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26 [twenty-six]

In nature

In nature

‫26 [چھبیس]‬

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‫قدرتی نظارے‬

[qudrati nazare]

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Do you see the tower there? ‫ت- و--ٹ--ر---کھ -ہ- ہ-----‬ ‫تم وہ ٹاور دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ ‫-م و- ٹ-و- د-ک- ر-ے ہ-؟-ی-‬ ---------------------------- ‫تم وہ ٹاور دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ 0
t-m ----to-er----h---h----o? tum woh tower dekh rahay ho? t-m w-h t-w-r d-k- r-h-y h-? ---------------------------- tum woh tower dekh rahay ho?
Do you see the mountain there? ‫-م وہ-پ---------ر-ے--و--یا‬ ‫تم وہ پہاڑ دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ ‫-م و- پ-ا- د-ک- ر-ے ہ-؟-ی-‬ ---------------------------- ‫تم وہ پہاڑ دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ 0
tu- -oh pa-a---ekh----ay ho? tum woh pahar dekh rahay ho? t-m w-h p-h-r d-k- r-h-y h-? ---------------------------- tum woh pahar dekh rahay ho?
Do you see the village there? ‫---و--د-ہات ---ھ -ہے--و؟کیا‬ ‫تم وہ دیہات دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ ‫-م و- د-ہ-ت د-ک- ر-ے ہ-؟-ی-‬ ----------------------------- ‫تم وہ دیہات دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ 0
tu- w-h--eh--t-dek- rah-----? tum woh dehaat dekh rahay ho? t-m w-h d-h-a- d-k- r-h-y h-? ----------------------------- tum woh dehaat dekh rahay ho?
Do you see the river there? ‫تم-------ا --کھ--ہے-ہو؟کیا‬ ‫تم وہ دریا دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ ‫-م و- د-ی- د-ک- ر-ے ہ-؟-ی-‬ ---------------------------- ‫تم وہ دریا دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ 0
t-m ----da-ya dekh-ra--y--o? tum woh darya dekh rahay ho? t-m w-h d-r-a d-k- r-h-y h-? ---------------------------- tum woh darya dekh rahay ho?
Do you see the bridge there? ‫-- وہ-پل-دی-ھ ر-ے-ہو--ی-‬ ‫تم وہ پل دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ ‫-م و- پ- د-ک- ر-ے ہ-؟-ی-‬ -------------------------- ‫تم وہ پل دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ 0
t---w-- --l -ekh r-h-- h-? tum woh pal dekh rahay ho? t-m w-h p-l d-k- r-h-y h-? -------------------------- tum woh pal dekh rahay ho?
Do you see the lake there? ‫تم--- -ھی- د----رہے ہو؟---‬ ‫تم وہ جھیل دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ ‫-م و- ج-ی- د-ک- ر-ے ہ-؟-ی-‬ ---------------------------- ‫تم وہ جھیل دیکھ رہے ہو؟کیا‬ 0
tum-wo---h-el-de------ay--o? tum woh jheel dekh rahay ho? t-m w-h j-e-l d-k- r-h-y h-? ---------------------------- tum woh jheel dekh rahay ho?
I like that bird. ‫وہ---ندہ --ھے--چ---لگتا-ہے‬ ‫وہ پرندہ مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ہ پ-ن-ہ م-ھ- ا-ھ- ل-ت- ہ-‬ ---------------------------- ‫وہ پرندہ مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ 0
w-- par-n--h muj-e----a-l-g -ah--hai woh parindah mujhe acha lag raha hai w-h p-r-n-a- m-j-e a-h- l-g r-h- h-i ------------------------------------ woh parindah mujhe acha lag raha hai
I like that tree. ‫-ہ --خ- -----اچھ----تا -ے‬ ‫وہ درخت مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ہ د-خ- م-ھ- ا-ھ- ل-ت- ہ-‬ --------------------------- ‫وہ درخت مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ 0
woh d----ht m-jhe ach- l-g--aha--ai woh darakht mujhe acha lag raha hai w-h d-r-k-t m-j-e a-h- l-g r-h- h-i ----------------------------------- woh darakht mujhe acha lag raha hai
I like this stone. ‫و- پتھر---ھ--اچ-----ت---ے‬ ‫وہ پتھر مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ہ پ-ھ- م-ھ- ا-ھ- ل-ت- ہ-‬ --------------------------- ‫وہ پتھر مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ 0
woh----h-r --jhe--ch----g-r-ha h-i woh pathar mujhe acha lag raha hai w-h p-t-a- m-j-e a-h- l-g r-h- h-i ---------------------------------- woh pathar mujhe acha lag raha hai
I like that park. ‫وہ--ا-ک -جھے-ا-----گت- -ے‬ ‫وہ پارک مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ہ پ-ر- م-ھ- ا-ھ- ل-ت- ہ-‬ --------------------------- ‫وہ پارک مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ 0
w----a-k m------ch- lag r------i woh park mujhe acha lag raha hai w-h p-r- m-j-e a-h- l-g r-h- h-i -------------------------------- woh park mujhe acha lag raha hai
I like that garden. ‫وہ ب-غ-چہ-مج-ے -چھا-لگ----ے‬ ‫وہ باغیچہ مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ہ ب-غ-چ- م-ھ- ا-ھ- ل-ت- ہ-‬ ----------------------------- ‫وہ باغیچہ مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ 0
woh-b-a-i-h----j-- ac-- -a- ra-a-hai woh baagicha mujhe acha lag raha hai w-h b-a-i-h- m-j-e a-h- l-g r-h- h-i ------------------------------------ woh baagicha mujhe acha lag raha hai
I like this flower. ‫-- -ھول -جھے-ا-ھ- -------‬ ‫یہ پھول مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ہ پ-و- م-ھ- ا-ھ- ل-ت- ہ-‬ --------------------------- ‫یہ پھول مجھے اچھا لگتا ہے‬ 0
yeh-p--o- m-----ac-a --g----a-hai yeh phool mujhe acha lag raha hai y-h p-o-l m-j-e a-h- l-g r-h- h-i --------------------------------- yeh phool mujhe acha lag raha hai
I find that pretty. ‫م-ھ- -----ب--رت-ل-ت---ے‬ ‫مجھے یہ خوبصورت لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ج-ے ی- خ-ب-و-ت ل-ت- ہ-‬ ------------------------- ‫مجھے یہ خوبصورت لگتا ہے‬ 0
m-j-e y-- -h--s---t-l-g-r-ha-hai mujhe yeh khobsorat lag raha hai m-j-e y-h k-o-s-r-t l-g r-h- h-i -------------------------------- mujhe yeh khobsorat lag raha hai
I find that interesting. ‫مجھے-یہ--لچ-- لگ-- ہ-‬ ‫مجھے یہ دلچسپ لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ج-ے ی- د-چ-پ ل-ت- ہ-‬ ----------------------- ‫مجھے یہ دلچسپ لگتا ہے‬ 0
m-jhe y---d--ch-----ag r-h--h-i mujhe yeh dilchasp lag raha hai m-j-e y-h d-l-h-s- l-g r-h- h-i ------------------------------- mujhe yeh dilchasp lag raha hai
I find that gorgeous. ‫-ج-ے-ی- -ہ---و--و----گ-- ہ-‬ ‫مجھے یہ بہت خوبصورت لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ج-ے ی- ب-ت خ-ب-و-ت ل-ت- ہ-‬ ----------------------------- ‫مجھے یہ بہت خوبصورت لگتا ہے‬ 0
muj-e y-- --h-t --o-sor---l------- h-i mujhe yeh bohat khobsorat lag raha hai m-j-e y-h b-h-t k-o-s-r-t l-g r-h- h-i -------------------------------------- mujhe yeh bohat khobsorat lag raha hai
I find that ugly. ‫مجھ---ہ -د صو-- -گ-ا---‬ ‫مجھے یہ بد صورت لگتا ہے‬ ‫-ج-ے ی- ب- ص-ر- ل-ت- ہ-‬ ------------------------- ‫مجھے یہ بد صورت لگتا ہے‬ 0
m-jhe---h b-d-----a- -a- -a-a --i mujhe yeh bad soorat lag raha hai m-j-e y-h b-d s-o-a- l-g r-h- h-i --------------------------------- mujhe yeh bad soorat lag raha hai
I find that boring. ‫-- ب----گتا--ے-مجھے‬ ‫یہ بور لگتا ہے مجھے‬ ‫-ہ ب-ر ل-ت- ہ- م-ھ-‬ --------------------- ‫یہ بور لگتا ہے مجھے‬ 0
yeh----- hai yeh bore hai y-h b-r- h-i ------------ yeh bore hai
I find that terrible. ‫ی- ہ-بت--اک -گ-- ہے---ھے‬ ‫یہ ہیبت ناک لگتا ہے مجھے‬ ‫-ہ ہ-ب- ن-ک ل-ت- ہ- م-ھ-‬ -------------------------- ‫یہ ہیبت ناک لگتا ہے مجھے‬ 0
y---Ha--a- -a---hai yeh Haibat naak hai y-h H-i-a- n-a- h-i ------------------- yeh Haibat naak hai

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