At Home, Lesson 40


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At Home گھر میں

  • Home 1Look, make the bed over here.
  • The milk has turned sour.
  • Let me tether the cow.
  • Keep the room clean/dusted.
  • The coals were burnt to ashes.
  • How many children do you have?
  • We cook potatoes everyday for our meals.
  • What new dishes are made today?
  • When did the washer man last take the clothes
  • for washing?
  • Get this coat ironed again.
  • Put wet clothes in the sun.
  • Let me get ready.
  • You are taking too long/You are  very slow.
  • We'll reach there before time.
  • Her mother-in-law is good natured, but not
    her daughters-in-law.
  • You are welcome.
  • You should keep your word.
  • He behaved very rudely./He was impudent/rude.
  • Get your utensils tinned.
  • I can't wait any longer.
  • I have been out since morning.
  • I'm feeling sleepy.
  • I had a sound sleep last night.
  • There is nobody inside.
  • Now, go to sleep/bed.
  • You took a long time.
  • I'll be ready in a moment.
  • Why didn't you wake me up?
  • I didn't think it proper to wake you up.
  • I'll relax/rest for a while.
  • Home 2Pull/have a chair, please.
  • You are still awake!
  • Who is knocking at the door?
  • I woke up late this morning.
  • Someone has come./There is someone to see you.
  • Please come in.
  • Please be seated./Please have a seat./Please sit down.
  • Where is Anwar?
  • I don't know where he is.
  • What's it?
  • Who's it?
  • It's me, Ali.
  • Is Arshad in?
  • The day is far advanced.
  • I'm hard up/tight these days.
  • Engage some expert cook.
  • I am dead/terribly tired.
  • Let's have a chat.
  • Bolt the door.
  • Its time to depart now.
  • Keep the household things in their place.
  • Take rest/Relax here tonight.
  • You are dozing.
  • Make my bed.
  • Your nose is running.
  • We kept talking/chatting till very late.
  • Ring up the doctor.
  • My maternal uncle has come to see me.
  • This gentleman has some work with you.
  • I have to go to his house./I have to call on him.
  • He lives separately from his parents.
  • Had he asked me, I would have stayed.
  • I take/have a shower-bath every morning.

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