The Urdu Language and Translation

March 14, 2012by future-trans0
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The Urdu Language

The Word Urdu is derived from the Turkish word that has given English the word horde.

It is the official language of the Ghurids, the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughal Empire and their successor states.

Urdu is the national language of Pakistan.

Urdu grammar, word construction and sentence structure are very systematic, but it can be difficult to learn. For those whose languages are written from left to right, one of the challenges of learning Urdu is getting used to reading form right to left.

Urdu Translation Gaining in Importance

Urdu TranslationThere are 60 to 70 million people who speak Urdu around the world, and it is the fourth most spoken language in the world after Mandarin, English, and Spanish.

Urdu translation is becoming more and more important as the number of the people speaking Urdu is increasing each day on a global scale. Urdu speakers are found in Pakistan, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, the United States, and Bangladesh.

The Urdu Language has in recent years acquired a peculiar Pakistani flavor that is different from the Urdu spoken by native speakers, diversifying the language even further.

 

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