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Urdu Level 2




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For Whom?

Many people are concerned here. Though many people are aware of the vocabulary much attention is needed for proper grammatical usage. With some patience and proper step by step introduction to the various aspects of language structure, one can comfortably get through the nuances of the grammar. In intermediate level heavy emphasis is on grammar. As one gets a hold of it then it becomes easy to get more mastery over the language.


Intermediate level is especially useful for non natives residing in foreign country. There are professionals well versed and experienced in their profession and that with fair knowledge of a foreign language they can smoothly carry on with interactions. The intermediate knowledge of the language comes by learning properly a foreign language along with professional tasks.Without having to bother much of the advanced level.


The outcome of intermediate level is that one really gets to flow with the work culture and with normal average interaction and conversation. It sets the ball rolling and lets one see more opportunities which may come by and make best use of it.People need language and getting used to that foreign language helps one to get about his or her business smoothly. It is of use in practical purposes and colloquial language.

Course Features

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Max Students 20

Duration 45 days

Skill level All

Language English, Urdu

Re-take course 5

Urdu Structure Lessons


  • Urdu Imperatives
  • Negatives
  • Adjectives
  • Number and Gender
  • Interrogatives
  • Pronouns
  • Case Lesson 1
  • Case Lesson 2
  • Case Lesson 3-(vocative)
  • Habitual (Present,P ast)
  • Continuous (Present,Past)
  • Future
  • Compound Verbs
  • Tenses with intransitive verbs
  • Tenses with transitive verbs
  • Verb forms
  • Adverbs
  • Conjunctive Participles
  • Adjectival Participles
  • Adverbial Participles
  • Passive sentences
  • Causative form of verbs
  • Conjunctions, Interjections and Particles
  • Relative – Correlative forms
  • Conditional Sentences and Subjunctive mood

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