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CCJK, your Urdu Localization Partner

Hello, my dear friend, are you worried about finding a partner to help you handling Urdu localization issues? Are you searching in the internet, comparing which company is better, and still cannot make a decision? Do not worry! CCJK is right here for you! Founded in 2001, we have focused on translation and localization services for more than 10 years. We are one of the top localization agencies in China. We have many Urdu outsource translators and editors. Most of them are native speaks of Urdu, and also masters in some other language. They are focused on special aspect, such as: IT, medicine, mechanism, telecom, economy, law, etc. Also, they will carry out our TEP process, that is: Translation, Editing and Proofreading. During this process, we can guarantee accurate understanding of the source file, fluent and smooth expression of target language, and omit mistakes as far as possible. Introduction of Urdu Urdu (اردو) is the official language of Pakistan, and also a language that accepted of Indian Constitution. Urdu belongs to IndoEuropean languages, distributing in Pakistan, India and Bengal. Totally, there are 10.4 billion people using Urdu, making Urdu the 20th language that most people are using all through the world. Urdu is the national language used by the people at large in Pakistan, and also one of the 24 prescribed languages in India. From macroscopic view, Urdu can be considered as a part of Hindustani; all of Hindustani constitute the forth language in the world. In Pakistan, people from many cities can speak Urdu, including Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Hyderabad, Gujranwala, Multan and Sukkur. Urdu is the official language in every place, even through 93% of the population do not use it as a mother language. In schools using both English and Urdu, Urdu is a compulsive language to learn until middle high school. In this way, millions of people with their mother language of Panjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, Kashmiri, Seraiki, Brohi, have learnt Urdu. Urdu is also a National symbol of Pakistan, a symbol of unity. Also, in India, Urdu is used in Uttar Pradesh, Kashmir, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Bombay and some other places. Some Indian schools use Urdu as the first language. Islamic schools in India teach both Arabic and Urdu. Grammar In Urdu, there are 12 vowels and 42 consonants. Its grammar is almost the same with that of Hindi. Nouns and some adjectives have the difference in gender, number and form. The ordinary word order is subject-object-predicate. Urdu absorbed a lot of word from Vernacular language of Uttarapatha, and also Arabic, Persian and Turkish. During the period when India is dominated by UK, Urdu absorbed many English words also. Although Urdu and Hindi have huge difference in literature language, they are common in spoken language, called Hindustani (ہندوستانی). The written language of Urdu is based on Arabic alphabet writing from right to left. In order to make the layout clean and artistic, there is no space between word and word. Thus, words in Urdu are written continuously. Most letters have four writing forms. Sometimes it can change to another form in order to make the word more beautiful. For example:
English Urdu Pronunciation Notes
hello السلام علیکم asalam ulaikum اداب [aˈdaːb] is always used in a respected occasion و علیکم السلام [ˈwaɭikum ˈaʔsaɭam] is the right response
Good bye خدا حافظ khuda hafiz Khuda is the God of Persians, while Hafiz is originated from hifz of Arabic, meaning “protect”
Yes/right ہاں informal
Yes/right جی jee formal
No/wrong نا nay informal
No/wrong نہیں nahee OR jeenahee formal
please مہربانی mherbanee
Thank you شکریہ shukria OR jazakallah
Come in please. تشریف لائیے aap tashreef laeeay Can be understand as “bring your honor”
Sit down please. تشریف رکھیئے app bheteeyay Can be understand as “place your honor”
Nice to meat you. اپ سے مل کر خوشی ہوی aap se mill kar khushee hooy
Can you speak English? کیا اپ انگریزی بولتے ہیں؟ kya aap ungrazee (English) bolthay hay
I can not speak Urdu. میں اردو نہیں بولتا may urdu nahee boltha
My name is ... میرا نام ۔۔۔ ہے mera naam .... hay
Where is Bombay? ممبئی کہاں ہے؟ Mumbai (Bombay) kaha hay
Urdu is a great language. اردو ایک اچھی زبان ہے Urdu ayk uchee zabaan hay
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