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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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Quarrel جھگڑا

  • Quarrel 1Why are you losing your temper?
  • Beware, don't utter it again!
  • You are very short-tempered.
  • He has got on my nerves.
  • Come what may!
  • What harm/wrong have I done to you?
  • You'll have to mend your ways.
  • Why do you quarrel with him unnecessarily?
  • Don't get worked up/excited.
  • Now settle the matter somehow.
  • Are you in your senses?
  • Get out of my sight./Get lost.
  • How are you concerned with our affairs?
  • Don't stretch the matter further.
  • Go to hell.
  • Let him mediate between the two
  • The quarrel is settled./The matter ends here!
  • Now be friends.

Apologies معذرت معا فی

  • Apologies 02Please don't  this./
  • Please don't feel bad about it.
  • I was just Joking.
  • I'm sorry, I got late
  • I was sorry/pained to hear this.
  • Excuse me, if there has been any mistake.
  • I beg your pardon.
  • Please excuse my incorrect pronunciation.
  • I'm sorry for interrupting you.
  • Sorry, I couldn't call you.
  • Apologize on my behalf.
  • Don't apologize. It does not matter.
  • It was merely done by mistake.
  • I am very sorry.
  • Don't worry.
  • No harm is done.
  • I am very sorry if I have unknowingly
    It was done unknowingly.
  • I am awfully sorry to have kept you waiting so long.
  • That's all right.

Anger غصہ

  • Anger 3You should be ashamed of yourself./Shame on you.
  • You should be ashamed of yourself.
  • You are too clever/smart.
  • You are an extremely cunning roan.
  • Shame on you.
  • You are a mean/cunning fellow.
  • I don't want to see your face./
    Don't show me your face again.
  • Don't talk nonsense./Stop yapping.
  • It's all because of you.
  • Its all your doing.
  • You can't get away like this.
    You can't. escape from this.
  • You don't deserve forgiveness./
    You can never be forgiven.
  • You are responsible for this/that.

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 Negative نفی / انکاریہ

  • Negative 1I can't accept what you say.
  • I know nothing in this connection.
  • Don't do such a mischief again.
  • It's not so/like that.
  • He couldn't manage to get leave.
  • I have no complaints./I don't have  any complaint.
  • It's impossible/lt can't be so.
  • No, I couldn't go
  • I don't know.
  • I don't want anything.
  • Nothing.
  • How can I do this?
  • I can't do this.
  • I don't agree/believe.
  • This is not true.
  • You should not allow this.
  • Don't find fault with others./
    Don't criticise others.
  • Don't be proud of your riches/money.
  • Don't cheat anybody
  • Don't walk on the tall grass.
  • Don't be stubborn.
  • Sorry, I can't buy/afford it.
  • Sorry, I don't have any change.
  • I don't know how to sing.
  • Don't be angry./Don't lose your temper.
  • Don't be rude to anybody./Don't speak harshly with anybody.

Consent حمایت

  • Consent 2As you like./As you please.
  • You are right.
  • I have no objection./I don't have any objection.
  • It doesn't matter.
  • It will be so.
  • I agree with you.
  • I am with you.
  • Yes, it's true.
  • I'll follow your advice.
  • I accept your invitation.
  • I give my consent to this.
  • Do as your father says.
  • I'm not trying to impose my will on you.
  • You don't seem to agree with me.

Sadness افسوس

  • Sadness3Excuse me./Forgive me./Pardon me.
  • I'm sorry, you had to suffer because of me.
  • I'm very sorry to hear this.
  • My sympathies are with you

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Encouragement حوصلہ افزائی

  • Enco 1Rest assured.
  • Stop worrying.
  • Don't cry like children.
  • What's bothering you?
  • Don't worry about me.
  • Don't be scared
  • There is no need to worry,
  • I'm not bothered about it.
  • You can ask me if there is any difficulty.
  • Take whatever you need.
  • You are unnecessarily worried.
  • I'm proud of you.
  • Don't hesitate.
  • It doesn't matter.

Consolation تسلی

  • Consolation 2It's a pity /it's very  sad.
  • Console him.
  • That's the way things are.
  • It was God's will.
  • What cannot be cured must be endured.
  • Have faith in God,misfortune will pass.
  • May God give you strength to bear
  • this terrible blow.
  • We offer our condolences.
  • We are deeply grieved at the death of her father.

Affection شفقت / تعریف

  • Affection 3That was very brave of you.
  • Well done! Good show! Keep it up.
  • That's wonderful.
  • Your work is praiseworthy.
  • You are so nice./How nice you are!
  • You have been a great help to me.

Annoyance ناراضگی

  • Annoyance 4Why haven't you begun/started the work yet.
  • Why do you contradict me?
  • Why do you stare at me'?
  • You are angry for nothing./
    You are unnecessarily getting annoyed.
  • You just/simply waste your time.
  • Who is to blame?
  • Have I hurt you?
  • What a shame!
  • Whom can I trust?
  • It was not my fault.
  • Actually, it was done by mistake.
  • He is a nuisance.
  • He has let me down.
  • He irritates me.
  • He has betrayed/cheated me.

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Shouldn'tShould + notNeedn'tNeed + not
Didn'tDid + notAren'tAre + not
Weren'tWere + notCouldn'tCould + not
Doesn'tDoes + notShan'tShall + not
Wouldn'tWould + not

 

 

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Shopping

  • Shopping 1There is much demand for fruits.
  • We can get things at reasonable rates in super
    bazar.
  • Please buy some fruits for me.
  • I dislike cheap items.
  • Much boast little roast.
  • Try this coat.
  • Handle glass with care.
  • What is the price of sugar per kilogram?
  • Please show me superior quality.
  • The price is too high.
  • I want at some cheaper rate.
  • There is slum in the business nowadays.
  • The gold is looking up these days.
  • He paid me five rupees less.
  • His rates are very high.
  • Beware of him. He deals  in imitation.
  • These days the shopkeepers are fleecing the
    customers.
  • Count your cash carefully before leaving the
    counter.
  • We don't sell goods on credit.
  • Credit loses a regular customer.
  • The oranges are sold by dozen.
  • He purchased two grass of pencils.
  • The price of sugar has come down considerably.
  • Cheap buyers always gets bad meat.
  • He has lost his credit in the market.
  • He has gone bankrupt.
  • Islamia Book Lahore is famous for technical,industrial
    and religious book.
  • Fruits and vegetables are available here.
  • We have not to bargain on big shops.
  • Shopping 2Reputed firms sell their goods at fixed rates.
  • We deal in stationery.
  • Goods once sold will not be excepted.
  • Omissions and errors are expected.
  • These days fair price shops have been opened in big colonies.
  • Wholesale dealers allow discount to their customers.
  • Generally superior cloth will  last long.
  • Try the market before purchasing a thing.
  • He is a petty/an ordinary shopkeeper.
  • The hawkers are shouting at the top of their voice.
  • This rice is of an inferior quality.
  • This article is selling at a throw-sway price.
  • There is depression in trade these days./
    There is a slump in business these days.
  • This book is selling like hot cakes.
  • I am short by fifty paise.
  • This confectioner sells stale stuff/things.
  • You have given me one rupee less.
  • This cloth shrinks on washing.
  • This mango is over-ripe.
  • Everything is closed because of the strike.
  • All varieties of cloth are available at this shop.
  • This book is very popular.
  • The prices are falling.
  • This coat is tight for me.
  • This chair is quite cheap for sixty rupees.
  • Shopping 3Don't cut the hair too short.
  • Don't buy on credit.
  • Clear my accounts.
  • Bring flour for twenty rupees from the bazaar/market.
  • My trousers are loose/tight.
  • My watch needs cleaning and oiling.
  • Does your shoe pinch you?
  • This cloth is enough for a coat.
  • Take my measurements.
  • Give me some good books.
  • The doctor has a large practice.
  • Charge a reasonable price for this shirt.
  • Is the stuff good?
  • Is the color fast?
  • How far is the market from here?
  • Its quite far.
  • If you wish to buy everything from one place go to
    Super Bazaar.
  • This shopkeeper sells adulterated stuff/things.
  • Do you accept checques?
  • Its soiled/dirty.
  • Its torn.
  • Its brand new.
  • This shopkeeper doesn't sell things on credit.

 Describing People/Things لوگوں / چیزوں سے متعلق

  • Shopping 4He is tall.
  • She is short.
  • Raza is of medium height.
  • Amna is fat.
  • Maryum is slim.
  • Sameer is well built.
  • Zanib is pretty/beautiful.
  • Ahmad is handsome.
  • Simi is fair.
  • Ali is dark.
  • His complexion is wheatish.
  • Ahmad has moustache.
  • Mr. Raza has a beard/moustache.
  • Ahmad is clean-shaved..
  • This box is heavy.
  • This packet is light.
  • This table is round.
  • My purse is  square.
  • This basket is oval.
  • This book is circular.
  • This well is very deep.
  • This pond is shallow.
  • This route is long but safe.
  • This route is short but risky/dangerous.
  • This chapati is stale and hard.
  • The bread is fresh and soft.
  • The food is delicious.
  • There is a high wall between the two houses.
  • This room has a low ceiling.

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(A) Instruction/Order  ہدایت/ حکم

  • Order A 1Do your work.
  • See him off at the station.
  • Speak the truth, don't lie.
  • Try this coat on.
  • Work wholeheartedly.
  • Don't drink.
  • Fetch/get me a glass of fresh water.
  • Talk politely./Be polite.
  • Reply by return post.
  • Check the accounts.
  • Sip the hot tea slowly.
  • Get a tonga from the tonga-stand.
  • Parking is not allowed here.
  • Squeeze two oranges.
  • Keep to the left.
  • Wake me up early in the morning.
  • Mend your ways.
  • Draw the curtain.
  • Take him round the city.
  • Bring the guest in.
  • Be polite to all./Speak politely with everybody.
  • Remind me of it at the proper time.
  • Keep pace with me.
  • Put the child to sleep/bed.
  • Remind me about it tomorrow.
  • Keep everything ready.
  • Walk cautiously.
  • Come afterwards.
  • Wake me up at 5 o'clock.
  • Get ready if you want to come along.
  • Order A2Wait here until I'm back.
  • Don't speak like this.
  • Work carefully.
  • Do your own work.
  • You may go now, I have some work.
  • Note this down.
  • Come back soon.
  • Come and see me some other time.
  • Please mind your own business.
  • Have patience.
  • Respect your elders.
  • You stay there.
  • Hope for good times.
  • Take care of the baby.

(B) Instruction/Order  ہدایت/ حکم

  • Order B3Go yourself.
  • Be ready.
  • Light the lamp.
  • Switch on the light.
  • Put off the lamp.
  • Switch oft the light.
  • Switch on the fan.
  • Send for him.
  • Lot these people do their work.
  • Wash your hands.
  • Come soon.
  • Stop the car.
  • Go back.
  • Don't delay./Don't be late.
  • Don't write with a pencil.
  • Write with a pen.
  • Don't copy others.
  • Hire a taxi.
  • Button up your coat.
  • Keep the fire going.
  • Feed the horse with grass.
  • Go and blow your nose.
  • Don't forget to inform me.
  • Tighten your shoe-laces.
  • Don't study at the cost of your health.
  • Write a detailed letter/Write a long letter.
  • Don't do so in future./Let this not happen in future.
  • Post this letter yourself.
  • Be punctual.
  • Don't beat about the bush.
  • Don't pluck the flowers.
  • Order B4Give up bad habits.
  • Chew your food well.
  • Brush your teeth.
  • Don't chatter./Don't talk nonsense.
  • Arrange/keep everything in order.
  • Write in ink.
  • Don't be silly.
  • Look after the guests.
  • Mind your own business.
  • Hold with both hands.
  • Sacrifice your life for the motherland/country.
  • Don't hold up the work.
  • Be careful against bad habits.
  • Reset the computer.
  • Keep the change.

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Time  وقت

  • Time 01What's the time by your watch?
  • Its half past seven.
  • When do you wake up?
  • I wake up every morning at half past six.
  • My sister has her breakfast around eight o'clock.
  • When does the teacher come to the school?
  • A little before nine.
  • When are the classes over in her school??
  • At quarter past three.
  • When do you have your dinner?
  • At half past seven.
  • I reach home at quarter to four.
  • Is ten past three now.
  • I have to go/leave at twenty to four/at three-forty.
  • By what time does your father usually come home every night?
  • At what time does he leave his office?
  • He leaves his office at/by five o'clock.
  • What's the date today?
  • It is fifteenth May two thousand and three.
  • When is your birthday?
  • I don't know, sir.
  • My watch gains two minutes daily.
  • Make the best use of your time.
  • Now he values punctuality/time./
    Now he knows the importance of time.
  • He wastes his time.
  • He/she is punctual to the minutes.
  • How time flies!
  • Time 2My watch has broken.
  • It is time to wake up.
  • He is quite in time./He isn't late.
  • He came at the right time.
  • You are late by half an hour.
  • We have enough time/We have plenty at time.
  • Its almost midnight.
  • We are too early.
  • You are just in time./I would
  • have left in another minute.
  • Better days will come./Good days are ahead.
  • I am trying to save each/every moment.
  • There is a time for everything.
  • Can you spare a little time?
  • Time once lost can never be regained.

Permission اجازت

  • Premission 3Do/Should we begin?
  • May I go/leave?
  • May I also come along?
  • Let me go.
  • You may go/leave now.
  • Please permit/allow me to go now.
  • Can I use your phone?
  • Can I switch off the light?
  • May I play your video game?
  • May I come in, please?
  • Can I leave my books with you?
  • Can we smoke in your room?
  • Of course, with great pleasure
  • Will you please give me a lift/take me in your car?
  • May I borrow your bike for a while?
  • Can I disturb you?
  • Can I stay in this room?
  • May we rest here for a while?
  • May I go to see a movie today?

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Meal طعام

  • Meal 1I am feeling hungry.
  • What will you like to eat?
  • Which pickles do you have?
  • Have you had your breakfast?
  • Not yet, Rubina.
  • Prepare/make the breakfast.
  • Let's have breakfast together.
  • Just taste it.
  • No, I have to attend a party.
  • What sweet dishes do you have?
  • Has Lata finished her meals?
  • Hurry up, food has been served.
  • Do you want a packet of cigarettes?
  • I prefer cigar to cigarettes.
  • You hardly ate/had anything./You ate very little.?
  • Have a little more./Please have some more.
  • Do you also smoke?
  • Would you have tea or coffee?
  • Bring/get me a cup of coffee.
  • Pour the coffee.
  • Waiter, the spoon is dirty/not clean.
  • Pass me the salt, please.
  • Give some fresh butter, please.
  • Get/bring some more, please.
  • Help yourself, please.
  • Change the plate, please.
  • Are you a vegetarian?
  • No, I am a non-vegetarian.
  • I'll dine out today./I'll have my dinner out today.
  • Would you like some milk?

 

  • Meal 2I have just sat down to have my meals.
  • I'm not fond of rice./I don't eat rice.
  • What is there for dessert?
  • Two Chapatis were not enough for me.
  • Alu-matar is my favourite dish.
  • It is dinner time.Get ready.
  • There is less salt in the vegetable.
  • Don't take water on an empty stomach.
  • What dishes are cooked today?
  • Bring a pinch of salt from your mother.
  • Potatoes are all we get here.
  • l'rn still thirsty.
  • They have invited roe to lunch.
  • Please have your dinner with me.
  • Will you have boiled or fried eggs?
  • There were seven items/dishes at their party.
  • Nina is an expert cook
  • May I have little/some more gravy?
  • I like tandoori/grilled chicken very much.
  • He's a glutton.

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Refusal نا منظوری

  1. Refusal 1I won't be able to come.
  2. I won't be able to do as you wish.
  3. I don't want to come.
  4. I'm sorry to refuse.
  5. They won't agree to this.
  6. It's not possible.
  7. I regret, I can't accept this proposal.
  8. You don't agree with me, do you?
  9. It can't be arranged.
  10. She's averse to this idea/to it,
    She does not like it.

Believing  یقین

  1. Beliving 2Don't you believe it?
  2. Its only a rumour.
  3. It's only a hearsay/rumour.
  4. Should/Can we trust this taxi driver?
  5. You can trust them fully.
  6. I have full faith in him.

Request التجا

  1. Request 3Please wait.
  2. Please come back.
  3. Let it be
  4. Please come here.
  5. Please reply/answer.
  6. Please wake him up.
  7. Hope to hear from you.
  8. Will you do me a favour?
  9. Let me work.
  10. Let me see.
  11. Let them relax.
  12. Please give me a pencil and paper.
  13. Please do come day after tomorrow,don't forget.
  14. Please repeat./Pardon./I beg your pardon.
  15. Could you move/shift a little.
  16. Can you see me day after tomorrow?
  17. Please forgive me.
  18. Please open the window.
  19. All are requested to reach in time.

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Invitation دعوت

  • invitation 2Come in please.
  • Please have something cold.
  • Will you please come over here?
  • Come for a walk please/Let's have a stroll.
  • Would you like to come with us to the cinema?
  • Will you spend the whole day with us?
  • I'll be glad/pleased to do so.
  • Let's go by bus.
  • May I dance with you?
  • No, I don't dance.
  • No, I don't know how to play cards.
  • Please spend next Sunday with us.
  • Thanks for your invitation to dinner.
    We'll try to be punctual.
  • I'm sorry I can't accept invitation to dinner.
  • Thank you for remembering me.
  • Will you come with us in taxi to Fatehpur?
  • Many thanks for your kind invitation.
  • Your idea of a taxi tour is really grand.
  • I'll surely join you.

Meeting and Parting ملاقات ، الوداع

  • jjjjjj Good morning!
  • Hello, how are you?
  • Very well, thank you.And you?
  • I'm fine.
  • I'm glad to see you.
  • It's my pleasure.
  • Its been a long time since we met.
  • l've heard a lot about you.
  • Look, who is it?/Who is here?
  • Are you surprised to see me?
  • Really, I thought/I Was under the impression that you were in London.
  • I was there, but I returned/came back last week.
  • O.K.see you again./O.K., we will meet again.
  • Must you go/leave now?
  • Have a pleasant/nice journey!
  • God bless you.
  • Please convey my regards/ compliments to your father.
  • May luck be with you /Best of luck.
  • Good night.
  • Bye bye./Goodbye.

Gratitude  احسان مندی

  • Gratitude 4Thanks a lot.
  • Thanks for your advice
  • Thanks for the present/gift.
  • This is a very costly/expensive present.
  • I'm much/very obliged/grateful to you.
  • You are very kind. So kind of you.
  • Not at all. Its my pleasure.
  • This is no matter of kindness,It will rather please me.

Congratulations and Good Wishes مبارکباد اور نیک خواہشات

  • Congragulations 5Wish you a happy new year.
  • Hearty felicitations on your birthday.
  • Many happy returns of the day.
  • Congratulations on your success.
  • Congratulations on your wedding.
  • May you always be lucky./May luck always shine on you.
  • Hope you do well in the examination.
  • I congratulate you on behalf of all.
  • Wish you all the best.

Miscellaneous Sentences  متفرق جملے

  • Misc 6Let's have food now.
  • What would you like tea or coffee?
  • I will come to the station to see you off.
  • Please look me up whenever you come to Lahore.
  • Let me introduce you to my family.
  • Please meet my wife Amna, my daughter Maryum and my son Raza.
  • You have lovely children.
  • I think we have met before.
  • What's the hurry?Please stay a little more.
  • I have no words to express my thanks to you.
  • You really saved my life.
  • May you have a long, happy and prosperous married life

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