Myself In Urdu Essays and Term Papers

  • anita desai

    start writing. Then I would put it away as soon as they came back. I learnt to work according to the school timetable, and now that I teach I find myself still following it. -As a teacher of creative writing, do you think that writing can be taught? -No, I don’t think so. I can’t teach the students...

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  • Linguistic Oppression

    they speak or accent they have. When I was 13 years old, my family and I took a trip to Karachi, Pakistan. This was where I realized that my form of Urdu was not accepted and stood out in the country where my parents grew up. The summer of 2008 was when my family and I decided to take a trip to Karachi...

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  • Proverbs

    say nai mantay. (Urdu meaning) 2) A sinful man going to the bath in the Ganges. 100 chohay kah kar billi hajj ko chali. (Urdu meaning) 3) A bad penny always comes back. Khota sika kisi ko kabool nai. (Urdu meaning) 4) Business is business. Soda phir soda hai. (Urdu meaning) 5) ...

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  • Hindi Nationalism

    was also “the good faithful but unglamorous first wife”, whereas Urdu, the mincing courtesan, was given the status of a second wife. Bharatendu, the father of Khari Boli called Urdu the language of dancing girls and prostitutes. Urdu gradually became the language of male excess, while Hindi was used...

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  • Spoken Language

    languages to show respect, I speak in English with my mom and sister and speak Pashto (my mother tongue) with my other family members. I recorded myself speaking in two different contexts to help me understand the choices I made when speaking to different people. At home I code switch depending on...

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  • College Essay

    Urdu is the national language in Pakistan. Urdu was also compulsory for everybody to learn, as it was a subject for which grades were given out for. I couldn’t write or read Urdu, but I did manage to learn how to speak in Urdu. Even though I have many grammatical mistakes when I spoke Urdu, I still...

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  • Personal Statement

    Before I start writing I was assigned by my English teacher to write an autobiography about myself. My name is Clinton Joseph and I currently study in grade 10th.My childhood was like any other child would have grew up as. I was a very active child firstly because I started walking at the age of 7 months...

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  • Post Colonial Impact in Anita Desai’s in Custody

    Post Colonial Impact on Urdu Language Lovers in Anita Desai’s In Custody Dr.A.CHANDRA BOSE, PhD., Assistant Professor of English The Madura College (Autonomous) Madurai, Tamilnadu -625 011 boseac@gmail.com Introduction Anita...

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  • Sharoon Nisar

    July 4th, 1987 N.I.C 37405-7174511-7 Martial Status Single Nationality Pakistani Religion Christian Language English, Urdu & Punjabi PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Medical Transcriptionist March 2008 – June 2009 Worked in MTBC as a Medical Transcriptionist My responsibilities...

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  • Language Learning Principles

    ruled for years and is still deeply rooted in the system. Pakistan's national language is Urdu. Here both types of medium of instruction exist Urdu as well as English. Despite the fact that its national language is Urdu, English as a medium of instruction carries more importance, status and recognition. The...

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  • Dawn Internship Report

    I assisted the marketing executive in managing and organizing the events. I also helped them in the launch and promotion of DawnNews 8se11 Urdu transmission. Apart from that I was looking after the branding at the events. During my internship, branding at following events was taken...

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  • English Urdu Relationship

    The Urdu-English Relationship and Its Impact on Pakistan’s Social Development* Introduction Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full, One for my master, one for the dame, And one for the little boy who lives down the lane. The black sheep run the country. The...

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  • Greek and Chinese Philosophy

    has English words, one can decipher what the sentence is proclaiming. The quote stated is an example of the hybrid language, Urduish, a combination of Urdu and English. The quote means, "Should I tell him your fine? Or should I tell him your sick? All right, I will not say a thing." Some people believe...

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  • Identity Paper

    the history of Islam for all the Shi’ites (Shi’a) around the world. ‘Ustad’ being my family name means teacher in Urdu and in Arabic. My mother tongue is a mixture of Guajarati and Urdu which has a unique dialect. These are a few facts of my life, but what is it really that shapes my identity? The...

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  • Humour and Satire in Urdu Literature

    Humour and Satire in Urdu Literature Tazeen Gul* & Tabassum Javed** Abstract Humour & Satire are an integral part of all forms of literature; & when the tragic part of a drama/story becomes unbearable, humour/satire provide a much needed diversion & relief. This article examines the effect of humour...

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  • Extended St

    College Shipley College GCSE grades English language B English literature B Maths C Double science CC Religious studies B ICT 2B’S, 2C’S Urdu C Post-16-ST. Bede’s Catholic Grammar School (2009- 2011) A-levels English Language Chemistry Psychology Biology I am a hardworking enthusiastic...

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  • Error Analysis

    has written “I am student”. This error seems to be due to his L1 that is URDU as in Urdu there is less use of article therefore he has not used it. If this sentence is translated in Urdu the sentence gives proper translation in Urdu as “mey talib-e-ilm hen” but it is incorrect as it demands a use of article...

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  • Allama Iqbal

    regarded by many as the spiritual founder of Pakistan. Iqbal was the foremost Muslim thinker of his period, and in his many volumes of poetry (written in Urdu and Persian) and essays, he urged a regeneration of Islam through the love of God and the active development of the self. He was a firm believer in...

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  • Reluctant Fundamentalist

    from Princeton and works in New York. Changez refers to Lahore as “the city of his birth”. On page 39 of chapter 3 he speaks to man in the Deli in Urdu, he says, “The man behind the counter recognized me; he had given me a free meal that morning when I mentioned it was my first day of work. “My friend...

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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin

      The Communalization and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai’s In Custody 1 Introduction T  of Urdu in India is an extremely layered one which needs to be examined historically, politically and ideologically in order to grasp the various forces which have shaped its current...

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