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Urdu (pronunciation (help·info), اردو, trans. Urdū, historically spelled Ordu) is an Indo-Aryan language of the Indo-Iranian branch, belonging to the Indo-European family of languages. It developed under Persian and to a lesser degree Arabic and Turkic influence on apabhramshas during the Delhi Sultanate and Mughal Empire (1526–1858 AD) in South Asia.[2]

Urdu is a standardised register of Hindustani[3] termed khaṛībolī, that emerged as a standard dialect.[4] The grammatical description in this article concerns this standard Urdū. In general, the term "Urdū" can encompass dialects of Hindustani other than the standardised versions.

Standard Urdu has approximately the twentieth largest population of native speakers, among all languages. It is the national language of Pakistan as well as one of the 23 official languages of India.

Urdu is often contrasted with Hindi, another standardised form of Hindustani. The main differences between the two are that Standard Urdu is conventionally written in Nastaliq calligraphy style of the Perso-Arabic script and draws vocabulary more heavily from Persian and Arabic than Hindi, while Standard Hindi is conventionally written in Devanāgarī and draws vocabulary from Sanskrit comparatively more heavily. Linguists nonetheless consider Urdu and Hindi to be two standardized forms of the same language

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What did you do?
What should I do?
What can I do?
What are the questions?
What were the questions?
What is the last question?
What is written in the letter?
What you had been told?
What will be the answer?
Why did you come?
Why did you sleep?
Why did you tell him to go?
Why did he bring the bag?
Why did she pay the money?
Why did they sit there?
Why do you drive the car?
Why did they come late for the meeting?
How did you come?
How did you sleep?
How did you drive the car ?
How did you write?
How many apples are there in my hand?
How many did you take?
How much did he pay you?
How much distance to go?
How was the journey yesterday?
Which way did you come?
Which is your favorite color?
In which room did you sleep? 
Which story did you tell?
Which is the sweetest fruit?
Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?
Which Indian state has the largest population?
Where are you coming from?
Where did you sleep?
Where is the manager’s cabin?
Where should I go?
Is it a book?
Yes, it is a book
Is it the answer?
Yes, it is the answer
Will you come with me?
I shall come with you.
Will you give me your pen?
Yes, of course. 
Do you love me ? 
Yes, I love you.
Can you give me your pen?
Can you lift the box?
Can you write the exam?
Did you have your lunch?
How are you?
I am fine
Hai / Hein (respect)
Tumhara / Aapka (respect)
Tumne / Aapne (respect) kya kiya ?
Hum kya karoon ?
Hum kya kar sakta hoon ?
Sawalat kya hai?
Sawalat kya thein?
Aakhiri sawal kya hai ?
Khat mein kya likha hai ?
Tumhein/Aapko kya kaha gaya tha ?
Jawab kya hoga ?
Tum / Aap kyon aaye ?
Tum / Aap kyon soye ?
Tumne/Aapne unko jaane ko kyon kaha ?
Woh bag kyon layein ?
Unhone paisa kyon diya ?
Ve wahan kyon baithe the ?
Tum / aap car kyon chalate ho ?
Ve meeting ke liye der se kyon aaye ?
Tum / aap kaise aaye ?
Tum kaise soye ?
Tumne car kaise chalayee ?
Tumne kaise likha ?
Mere haath mein kitne sev hein ?
Tumne kitne liye ?
Usne Aapko kitne paise diye ?
Aur kitni door jana hai ?
Kal ki safar kaisi thi ?
Tum / Aap kis raaste se aaye ?
Tumhara /Aapka pasandida rang kaun sa hai?
Tum / Aap kaunse kamre mein soye ?
Tumne kaunsi kahani batayee ?
Sabse meetha fal kaunsa hai ?
Hindi mein sabse achcha akhbaar kaunsa hai ?
Kis hindustani soobe ki aabadi sabse jyada hai ?
Aap / tum kahan se aa rahe ho ?
Tum kahan soye ?
Manager ka cabin kahan hai ?
Mujhe kahan jaana chahiye ?
Kya yeh ek kitab hai ?
Haan, yeh ek kitab hai
Kya yeh jawab hai?
Haan yehi jawab hai.
Kya tum mere saath aaoge ?
Mein aapke saath aaunga.
Kya tum mujhe apna pen doge ?
Haan, zaroor
Kya tum mujhe pyar karte ho ?
Haan, mein tumhein pyaar karta (male) / karti(female) hoon
Kya tum mujhe apna pen de sakte ho?
Kya tum box utha sakte ho ?
Kya tum pariksha likh sakte ho ?
Kya tumne dopehar ka khana khaya ?
Tum kaise ho / Aap kaise hain ?
Main achha hoon
Urdu being the seventh most spoken language all over the world is unique because of its hybrid culture. It evolved from Turkish and Hindi, has its ancestors in Persian and Arabic. The Urdu language is written in the Arabic script and in this differs from Hindi which uses the Devanagari script. Urdu is a descendant of the great literary and religious language Sanskrit. It is distantly related to Greek, Latin and most of the European languages. As such, it has some characteristics of European languages which may be familiar to native English speakers, or those who have studied a European language. This is where the similarities end, however. The pronunciation and sounds of Urdu are very different from European languages, given its thousands of years in close contact with other South Asian languages. Combined with the different writing system, learning Urdu makes for an interesting challenge. And unlike the major European languages, or the other major languages of Asia, there are relatively few resources to learn Urdu. It is the national language of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, but it has also overcome the Hindi extent in the Indian movies, most of the Indian movies are in Urdu rather than Hindi. It doesn't mean that I am comparing Hindi and Urdu here. Hindi itself is a very vast language having its ancestors in Sansikrat and Grumukhi.
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