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Speaking English with kids through Hindi, Urdu part 13

Learn English words and sentences to speak English and practice with kids, children through Hindi and Urdu language. In English बच्चों से बात करना بچوں سے بات کرنا is easy to understand and learn. You can mistakes while practicing English with kids and you will not feel any pressure. This is part 13 of English speaking with kids video tutorial series. Learn English speaking and conversation for kids is aimed to the parents, mothers and fathers of Indian and Pakistani origin who understand Hindi or Urdu and they want to speak in English with their kids.

The transcript of this English speaking practice lesson for kids is as follows:
Hello, friends. Welcome to Ifactner.com’s “English speaking with kids” video tutorial series. Lesson number 13 mein hum English kay thees sentences bolna seekhain gay. Jo hum apnay bachoon kay saath aam zindagi mein bol saktay hain. Shorow kertay hain.

Mujhay idea nahin hai.
I’ve no idea. I’ve no idea.
Mujhay intaha tuk na lay ker jao.
Don’t push me to the limits. Don’t push me to the limits.
Mujhay kaam kernay doa.
Let me work. Let me work.
Mujhay naihn pata.
I don’t know. I don’t know.
Mujhay phalay daikhnay doa.
Let me see, first. Let me see, first.
Mujhay sach batao na.
Please tell me the truth. Please tell me the truth.
Mujhay tang na kero, mein thuki hoi hoon.
Don’t disturb me, I am tired. Don’t disturb me, I am tired.
Mujhay tang na kero.
Don’t tease me. Don’t tease me.
Mujhay tang na kero.
Please, don’t disturb me. Please, don’t disturb me.
Mujhay throa sa saknoon chahiay.
I just want a little piece of mind. I just want a little piece of mind.
Mujhay tum say bohat umeed hai.
I expect a lot from you. I expect a lot from you.
Mujhay tum say piyaar hai.
I love you. I love you.
Mujhay tum say yeh umeed nahin thi.
I didn’t expect this from you. I didn’t expect this from you.
Mujhay tumhara homework kewn kerna perta hai?
Why do I end up doing your homework? Why do I end up doing your homework?
Mujhay tung na kero, mein musroof hoon.
Don’t disturb me, I am (I’m) busy. Don’t disturb me, I am (I’m) busy.
Mujhay tung na kero.
Don’t bug me. Don’t bug me.
Mujhay tunha chor do.
Leave me alone. Leave me alone.
Mujhay yeh pasand hai.
I like it. I like it.
Mujhay yeh rawiyah pasand nahin hai.
I don’t like this behavior. I don’t like this behavior.
Mushkil bachay na buno.
Don’t be a difficult child. Don’t be a difficult child.
Musla kia hai?
What’s the matter? What’s the matter?
Na chilao.
Please don’t shout. Please don’t shout.
Na jao. Yahan ruko.
Don’t go away. Stay here. Don’t go away. Stay here.
Na ro.
Don’t cry. Don’t cry.
Naak say chohay na nikaalo.
Don’t pick up your nose. Don’t pick up your nose.
Nahanay ka time ho gaya hai.
It’s time for a bath. It’s time for a bath.
Nahanay say phalay kapray uutaro.
Please undress before getting into the shower. Please undress before getting into the shower.
Nahaooo.
Take a shower. Take a shower.
Nahin A/C nahin lug sakta.
No we can’t switch on the A/C. No we can’t switch on the A/C.
Nahin, ab dair ho chuki hai. No, it’s late. No, it’s late.
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Speaking English with kids through Hindi, Urdu part 13

Speaking English with kids through Hindi, Urdu part 13

You can always think before speaking English with your kids and you should not hesitate in speaking English with your kids and family. This tutorial is especially designed for English learning parents from India and Pakistan who know how to speak Hindi and Urdu and would like to improve their English speaking skills in order to speak English with kids.

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