Common Phrases and Idioms In Urdu – Learn English Vocabulary
You’ve got to be kidding
Tum mazak kar rahe ho
تم مذاق کر رہے ہو
Esi baat jis ki app umeed na kar rahe ho aur woh sach ho jaye
aik sawal : what is our biggest mistake?
You’ve got to be kidding Meaning/Usage:
This is used when a true statement is ridiculous. Explanation: “Kidding” is the same as joking. When a person hears something that is true, but it is not expected, the person will use this idiom to express that the statement is ridiculous.
A: Maryum is getting married. Did you hear?
B: You’ve got to be kidding!
A: Tariq is getting married again.
B: You’ve got to be kidding me
A: Hey John. Mom told me to tell you that you shouldn’t stay out too late.
B: You’ve got to be kidding me. I’m 30 years old.
A: Did you feel earthquake last night?
B: You’ve got to be kidding. I did not feel an earthquake
A: Patrick won the school election by two votes.
B: He’s not that popular how did this happen?
A: Nobody voted because they expected Jason to win.
B: You’ve got to be kidding me.
A: Munwar Shah has eaten fifty eggs in one hour.
B: tariq: You’ve got to be kidding!
Tariq : You can speak English like a native speaker in five years or 10 years
Shahbaz : Sir You’ve got to be kidding!
You must use this idiom ten times in front of different people
Make a situation by using “You’ve got to be kidding.”
It isn’t so.
It ain’t so.
Other Common Sentences
I really hope you’re wrong.
Main waqie mein umeed rakhta ka tum galat ho
Please tell me it ain’t so.
Meharbani kar ka bataye yeh sach nehi hai
Merharbani kar ka bataye aisa nehi hai
Today It is my request to please Forgive your enemies because It will make peace in your heart
Written By Tariq Aziz
Mr Crazy : You’ve got to be kidding.
Mr Tariq : No, I am serious
Mr Crazy: reply Chal jhoty
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