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Experts Tell Us the Best Books To Learn Urdu

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This article showcases our top picks for the Books To Learn Urdu. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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Complete Urdu by Mohamed Kasim Dalvi

This product was recommended by Jennifer Schlette from KitchenSubstitute

This book is designed for people who want to learn Urdu but are not comfortable with reading. It has pictures of things with their Urdu translation next to them. This is a great way to learn new words and their meanings. The book teaches you the basics of Urdu in a very simple manner. It starts with basic greetings and moves on to teach grammar, sentence structure. and vocabulary.


Read and write Urdu script (Teach Yourself) by Richard Delacy

This product was recommended by Geninna Ariton from Trendhim

Teaching oneself a language is not uncommon, and if you’d like to learn Urdu without the hassle of attending a class, this book is made especially for that.


Essential Urdu Dictionary by Timsal Masud

This product was recommended by Sam Illingworth from Smartworths

This is basically a Two-way dictionary: Urdu-English, English- Urdu with transliteration; it is a clear & concise book that covers all the most used urdu terminology. The best thing about this book is that it is well constructed & easy to understand for non-Urdu speakers.


Learn Urdu Alphabet Activity Workbook by Dinesh Verma

This product was recommended by Adam Ng from Trusted Malaysia

This book teaches the Urdu alphabet to a child familiar with English using a variety of puzzles, exercises and games. The book makes it fun to learn Urdu. Activities include coloring pictures, finding letters in alphabet soup, finding paths in mazes, looking for letters in a word, and games for mixing and matching starting or ending letters of Urdu in a word.


Let’s Learn Urdu by Gopi Chand Narang

This product was recommended by Adam Ng from Trusted Malaysia

The mixing of letters in a word is introduced using ice cream flavors and other interesting exercises. This is the first in the series of Urdu activity books that can be used to teach yourself Urdu. This is ideal for children fluent in English to learn Urdu language.


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