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49 [forty-nine]

Sports

 


‫49 [انچاس]‬

‫کھیل‬

 

 
Do you exercise?
‫کیا تم کوئی کھیل کھیلتے ہو؟‬
kya tum koi khail khailtay ho?
Yes, I need some exercise.
‫ہاں، میرے لیے حرکت کرنا ضروری ہے‬
haan, mere liye harkat karna zaroori hai
I am a member of a sports club.
‫میں اسپورٹ کلب میں جاتا ہوں‬
mein sport club mein jata hon
 
 
 
 
We play football / soccer (am.).
‫ہم فٹ بال کھیلتے ہیں‬
hum foot baal khailtay hain
We swim sometimes.
‫کبھی کبھار ہم تیرتے ہیں‬
kabhi kabhar tertey hain
Or we cycle.
‫یا پھر سائیکل چلاتے ہیں‬
ya phir cycle chillate hain
 
 
 
 
There is a football / soccer (am.) stadium in our city.
‫ہمارے شہر میں ایک فٹ بال اسٹیڈیم ہے‬
hamaray shehar mein aik foot baal stadium hai
There is also a swimming pool with a sauna.
‫ایک سوئمنگ پول اور ساونا بھی ہے‬
aik swimming pol aur sauna bhi hai
And there is a golf course.
‫اور ایک گولف کورس بھی ہے‬
aur aik golf khailnay ki jagah
 
 
 
 
What is on TV?
‫ٹی وی پر کیا چل رہا ہے؟‬
TV par kya chal raha hai?
There is a football / soccer (am.) match on now.
‫ابھی ایک فٹ بال میچ چل رہا ہے‬
abhi aik foot baal match chal raha hai
The German team is playing against the English one.
‫جرمن ٹیم انگریزوں سے کھیل رہی ہے‬
german team engrazeo se khail rahi hai
 
 
 
 
Who is winning?
‫کون جیتے گا؟‬
kon jeetay ga?
I have no idea.
‫مجھے کوئی اندازہ نہیں ہے‬
mujhe nahi maloom
It is currently a tie.
‫ابھی تک کوئی فیصلہ نہیں ہوا ہے‬
abhi tak koi faisla nahi howa hai
 
 
 
 
The referee is from Belgium.
‫ریفری بلجئیم کا رہنے والا ہے‬
refree Belgium ka rehne wala hai
Now there is a penalty.
‫اب گیارہ میٹر کا شوٹ ہے‬
ab gayarah meter ka shot hai
Goal! One – zero!
‫گول! ایک کے مقابلے میں صفر‬
gole! aik sifar
 
 
 
 
 


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