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i would like to learn urdu

i need to learn urdu

i only can say: dil main ho tum

kiya haal hain?

tum mujy acchi lugthi ho and some words more but i need to understand and learn a lot of urdu language. first latin urdu then ...

i am from Bogotá - Colmbia help me to learn

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(salam)

^the site does not work :(

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do a google with SC Unipad in the search box. Prolly the first link in the first page is a live link

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Bismillah

Salam Alaikum

شیعہ چاٹ پر ہم آپ لوگوں کو خوش آمدید کہتے ہیں

Can you see your wellcome in Urdu above?

Was Salam.

(salam)

sis, just tell me one thing y i can c the above urdu sentence properly but not the others

in the whole website. that's strange, how did u write tht one????

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(bismillah) (salam)

I m still having problems viewing urdu.I think its "ح" "ة" "ي" which i cannot see may be some more I m not so sure but boxes along with big dashes are still appearing in between the sentences :( and also I m using Win 98.

Hope Sis Zanabia can help Inshallah.

Wassalam.

(bismillah) (salam)

(salam)

I have compiled a Phonetic Keyboard type for SC UniPad.

The English letter has been chosen in a way that it matches the Urdu pronunciation of that letter.

i.e.

A for Alif :).

Here it is. Download it to some location on your Computer, Extract it, then run SC Unipad, then click Keyboard > Load > and select the file you have extracted...

I have made a ZIP file because SC Unipad's Keyboard Extension *.UKB* isnt in the allowed upload files list.

I hope its helpful.

I tried my best to not miss any words but I incase I have then it can be pointed out here or the alternatives can be found on Default Key Board of SC Unipad.

Thanks :).

Remember me in your prayers.

Keyboard updated. Thnx to khaala Rawshni.

Brother how to use that??? Sorry but its installed and now i dont know how to use it. :D :Hijabi:

Wassalam.

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(bismillah) (salam)

I m still having problems viewing urdu.I think its "ح" "ة" "ي" which i cannot see may be some more I m not so sure but boxes along with big dashes are still appearing in between the sentences :( and also I m using Win 98.

Hope Sis Zanabia can help Inshallah.

Wassalam.

(bismillah) (salam)

Brother how to use that??? Sorry but its installed and now i dont know how to use it. :D :Hijabi:

Wassalam.

Bibi

Click Keyboard in the Menu Bar, click load, and click Urdu Phonetic Keyboard from the files list

It works fine.

He's done a darn good job of it

Edited by Rawshni

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(salam)

Baita it's you who merit all the appreciation from those of us who want to write in urdu and needed help.

You've been so swift in responding with the addditions, its surprising. These things after all need time. When you invest that in something just to make others' life easy, it merits acknowledgment.

Blessed be ...

Khaala

(salam)

Thanks very very very much to Khala Rawshni for telling about the "glitches" and appreciating...

:)

May Allah bless you khaala g. :)

WaSalam.

Edited by Rawshni

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Bismillah

ÔیÚÀ ÇŠ Ñ Àã  áææŸ ˜æ ÎæÔ ÂãÏیÏ ˜ÀÊÿ ÀیŸ

u've got a very nice language, to my idea something between farsi and hindi. anyway Im Iranian and ur language is really understandable to me since we are both persion. nice. good job!!!!

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