I'm a native Pakistani with Urdu as my mother tongue. I've inherited the best vocabulary from my parents along with pronunciation as they have studied Arabic widely too from which Urdu Qawaid takes its origin. Urdu is the language of poets the reason it is polite and respectful. I also have a Punjabi and Sindhi touch so I have diversity and clarity in accent. Although I've no experience regarding this what experience does it take to tutor your mother tongue? Urdu language in itself is very easy and wary of linguistic complexities. It still requires interest and persistence to own a language.
As I've mentioned above it's easy to learn but you must take interest and try speaking from time to time. But in general it's much easier than other languages
It depends on how much time you give. I can't say you'll be an expert just by having few conversations but you'll get more fluent with time
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