i hope you all would be doing great there,
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I hope you would be doing great there,
Thanks for your reply and asking such an intereting question or i should say suggestion , urdu and english both are completely different dialects , there's no similarity between these two languages ,
Let me expalin you little bit about Urdu language ,
Urdu probably began with the Muslim conquest of Sindh in 711. The language started evolving from Farsi and Arabic contacts during the invasions of the Indian subcontinent by Persian and Turkic forces from the 11th century onward. Urdu developed more decisively during the Delhi Sultanate and the Mughal Empire, the literary language was influenced by the languages spoken in the south, by Punjabi and Haryanvi, and by Sufi and court usage. The earliest verse dates to the 15th century, and the golden period of Urdu poetry was the 18th–19th centuries. Urdu religious prose goes back several centuries, while secular writing flourished from the 19th century onward. Modern Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and is also spoken by many millions of people in India.