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19 [nineteen]

In the kitchen

 


‫19 [انیس]‬

‫باورچی خانے میں‬

 

 
Do you have a new kitchen?
‫کیا تمھارا باورچی خانہ نیا ہے؟‬
kya tumahra bawarchi khanah naya hai?
What do you want to cook today?
‫تم آج کیا پکانا چاہتے ہو؟‬
tum aaj kya pakana chahtay ho?
Do you cook on an electric or a gas stove?
‫تم بجلی یا گیس کے چولہے پر پکاؤ گے؟‬
tum bijli ya gas ke cholhe par ge?
 
 
 
 
Shall I cut the onions?
‫کیا مجھے پیاز کاٹنا ہے؟‬
kya mujhe pyaaz kaatna hai?
Shall I peel the potatoes?
‫کیا مجھے آلو چھیلنا ہے؟‬
kya mujhe aalo cheelna hai?
Shall I rinse the lettuce?
‫کیا مجھے سلاد دھونا ہے؟‬
kya mujhe salad dhona hai?
 
 
 
 
Where are the glasses?
‫گلاس کہاں ہیں؟‬
glass kahan hain?
Where are the dishes?
‫برتن کہاں ہیں؟‬
bartan kahan hain?
Where is the cutlery / silverware (am.)?
‫چھری کانٹے کہاں ہیں؟‬
churee kantay kahan hain?
 
 
 
 
Do you have a tin opener / can opener (am.)?
‫کیا تمھارے پاس کین اوپنر ہے؟‬
kya tumhare paas can opener hai?
Do you have a bottle opener?
‫کیا تمھارے پاس بوتل کا اوپنر ہے؟‬
kya tumhare paas bottle ka opener hai?
Do you have a corkscrew?
‫کیا تمھارے پاس کارک نکالنے کا آلہ ہے؟‬
kya tumhare paas kaark nikaalte ka aala hai?
 
 
 
 
Are you cooking the soup in this pot?
‫کیا تم سوپ اس برتن میں بناتی ہو؟‬
kya tum soop is bartan mein banati ho?
Are you frying the fish in this pan?
‫کیا تم مچھلی اس کڑاہی میں تلتی ہو؟‬
kya tum machhli is mein ho?
Are you grilling the vegetables on this grill?
‫کیا تم سبزیاں اس گرل میں بناتی ہو؟‬
kya tum sabzian is girl mein banati ho?
 
 
 
 
I am setting the table.
‫میں میز تیار کرتا ہوں‬
mein maiz tayyar karta hon
Here are the knives, the forks and the spoons.
‫یہاں چاقو، کانٹے اور چمچے ہیں‬
yahan chaako, kantay aur chamchay hain
Here are the glasses, the plates and the napkins.
‫یہان گلاس، پلیٹیں اور نیپکن ہیں‬
yhan glass, platen aur nipkn hain
 
 
 
 


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