Urdu is a New Indo-Aryan language, spoken by 50 million people in Pakistan and India. Phonologically and morphologically Urdu and Hindi are one and the same language. The most apparent difference is the script: Urdu uses Arabic-Persian script with some for Urdu only letters, Hindi uses Devanagari.
Conjugate a Urdu Verb
See the alphabet key below for translitteration of Arabic script. The resulting page will show the verb inflections both translitterated as well as in Arabic-Persian script.
- Tikkanen, Bertil. Urdun kielioppi. Suomen itämainen seura. Helsinki, 1990.