How To Say Yes And No In Urdu — 30+ Easy Ways

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Many moments occur in our lives where we have to say yes and no. If you are going to visit Pakistan soon, you should learn to say Yes and no in Urdu. By knowing these two basic words, you will be able to communicate with Pakistanis easily.

Yes and no are used widely in all languages. We can also say they are antonyms of each other. While visiting a country, one may find a need to say these words in daily conversation. In Urdu, they are pronounced as “Ji haan” and “Nahi.”

The Urdu Language

It is the official language of Pakistan and one of India’s 23 national languages. Urdu has roughly 170 million native speakers in India and Pakistan alone, making it the world’s 20th most spoken language. Urdu speakers are such a pleasure to listen to. Listening to Urdu poetry or music makes you want to learn Urdu. If you’re going to understand this aesthetically pleasant and sophisticated language, you can use the Ling app. With this amazing language learning app, you will be able to speak Urdu in no time.

Yes And No In Urdu — Translation, And Pronunciation

Different Ways To Say Yes In the Urdu Language

In Urdu, we can say yes as “جی ہاں” pronounced as “Ji hann.” There are several ways to say yes. Depending on the situation, the impression can be casual, sarcastic, professional, rude, and even aggressive. The following is a list of some common words and synonyms that can be used as “Yes.”

Different Ways To Say No In Urdu

Living in Pakistan, you have to learn No in the Urdu language because it regularly comes up in common conversation. If someone asks you, “Have you heard about this female singer?”. If you understand the word “No” in Urdu, you can easily reply to this: “نہیں، میں مرد گلوکاروں کو زیادہ سنتا ہوں۔”. Its English translation is, “No, I listen to male singers more often.” Read the following list to learn about various synonyms of the word “No.”

Sentences And Phrases Related To Yes And No In Urdu

Want to know more about yes and no in Urdu? If you’re going to move a step ahead and explore more words and phrases, you can learn from a dictionary. But, as we are living in a highly developed world, dictionaries are out of touch. We use online resources and blogs to learn our target language. We have gathered some common phrases that can be used to answer yes and no in Urdu.

“Yes” Related Phrases

We use yes to accept something in the Urdu language. It may be a service, fault, permission, or a simple question. Suppose someone approaches you and asks, “Do you need any help?”. You will reply instantly, “Ji haan! Meri gaari puncture ho gai hai”. It can be written as “جی ہاں! میری گاڑی پنکچر ہو گئی ہے۔”. In English, you are saying “Yes! My car tire is punctured”. Look at the following words and phrases to understand yes in the Urdu language.

“No” Related Phrases

Learn Urdu With Ling App

I hope now you can say yes and no in Urdu. But if you want to learn Urdu more in-depth, you can use the Ling app developed by Simya Solutions. It provides you with the best exercises, quizzes, and challenges. With its vocabulary, writing, and speaking tests, you will be able to assess yourself easily. Its spaced repetition system and the game-based platform make it even better for language learners. Practice hundreds of dialogues with this amazing app.

You can read our blogs on “Basic Urdu Words and phrases” and “Urdu vocabulary about transportation” to explore more about the Urdu Language.

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