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57 [fifty-seven]

At the doctor

 


‫57 [ستاون]‬

‫ڈاکٹر کے پاس‬

 

 
I have a doctor’s appointment.
‫میری ڈاکٹر کے ساتھ ایک ملاقات ہے-‬
meri dr ke sath aik mulaqaat hai -
I have the appointment at ten o’clock.
‫میری ملاقات دس بجے ہے-‬
meri mulaqaat das bujey hai -
What is your name?
‫آپ کا نام کیا ہے؟‬
aap ka naam kya hai?
 
 
 
 
Please take a seat in the waiting room.
‫آپ مہربانی کر کے انتظار گاہ میں تشریف رکھیں-‬
aap meharbani kar ke intzaar gaah mein tashreef rakhiye
The doctor is on his way.
‫ڈاکٹر جلد آنے والے ہیں-‬
dr jald anay walay hin-
What insurance company do you belong to?
‫آپ کی انشورنس کہاں کی ہے؟‬
aap ki insurance kahan ki hai?
 
 
 
 
What can I do for you?
‫میں آپ کی کیا مدد کر سکتا ہوں؟‬
mein aap ke liye kya kar sakta hon?
Do you have any pain?
‫کیا آپ درد محسوس کر رہے ہیں؟‬
kya aap dard mehsoos kar rahay hain?
Where does it hurt?
‫درد کہاں ہو رہا ہے؟‬
dard kahan ho raha hai?
 
 
 
 
I always have back pain.
‫میری کمر میں ہمیشہ درد رہتا ہے-‬
meri kamar mein hamesha dard hota hai -
I often have headaches.
‫میرے سر میں اکثر درد رہتا ہے-‬
mere sir mein aksar dard rehta hai -
I sometimes have stomach aches.
‫کبھی کبھار پیٹ میں درد ہوتا ہے-‬
kabhi kabhar pait mein dard hota hai -
 
 
 
 
Remove your top!
‫آپ اوپر پہنے ہوئے کپڑے اتار دیں-‬
aap oopar pehnay hue kapray utaariye
Lie down on the examining table.
‫بستر پر لیٹ جائیے-‬
bistar par late jaiye -
Your blood pressure is okay.
‫بلڈ پریشر نارمل ہے-‬
blood pressure normal hai -
 
 
 
 
I will give you an injection.
‫میں آپ کو انجکشن لگا دیتا ہوں-‬
mein aap ko injunction laga deta hoon
I will give you some pills.
‫میں آپ کو گولیاں / ٹیبلیٹ دیتا ہوں-‬
mein aap ko tablet day raha hoon
I am giving you a prescription for the pharmacy.
‫میں آپ کو میڈیکل اسٹور کے لیے ایک نسخہ دیتا ہوں-‬
mein aap ko medical store ke liye aik nuskha day raha hoon
 
 
 
 


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The Arabic language is counted among the most important languages worldwide. More than 300 million people in over 20 countries speak Arabic. This Afro-Asian language originated several thousands of years ago. Originally only spoken on the Arabic peninsula, it later became widespread. There are many different Arabic dialects. Many of the dialects are very different from standard Arabic. Speakers from different regions often do not understand each other at all. Ancient Arabic is hardly spoken today.

It exists most notably in the written form. Interest in Arabic has increased in recent years. Many people find the Arabic writing system especially fascinating. It is written from right to left. If you want to learn Arabic, you must do so in a particular order. First the pronunciation, then the grammar, then the writing system. If you stick to that order, you will most definitely have fun while learning.

 


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