I hail from Pakistan and my mother tongue is Urdu. I have had passion for Urdu literature and in the past, have studied works of several pioneers of this language mainly poets and writers such as iqbal , faiz Ahmed faiz and ghalib. Urdu could be a hard language to grasp especially for people who are coming from english family of languages but anything can be learned and perfected with a little bit of practice. We will start with the very basics and work our way up to forming sentences and grammer.
It might be a little difficult as you will not find many people to practice with but it is not impossible.
Well, yes and no. We can safely say on a difficulty scale; Urdu is a moderately difficult language to learn as a second language. It is harder than learning English or German, but definitely easier than learning Chinese.
Learning Urdu may turn out to be one of the most highly rewarding endeavors you take upon yourself. The Urdu language is one of the most beautiful sounding languages you can learn, and it is why Urdu is still a preferred medium of poetry and prose even by non-native speakers. It is enriched with history, culture, and religious influences, giving birth to some of the best literary and poetic works responsible for the socio-political, moral, and spiritual development of the South Asian region.
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