Parts of a Bird in Punjabi from English

Learning the Punjabi language can really make us take kindergarten classes with children. I feel this is the best way of learning any language if you have the time and resources because it helps you in understand the very basics of a language. In this post, I am providing the parts of a bird in […]

Parts of a Plant in Punjabi from English

Learning languages becomes easier if we understand the world around us in that language. For children, this is particularly beneficial because they are anyhow being exposed to newer things on a daily basis. Plants and animals are part of our daily lives, and to understand it is good to lead a better life. In this […]

Names of deers in Punjabi

If you are a lover of wildlife, you will not find too many types of wild animals in Punjab. There are few but they are not as diverse as you may find in other states which has large areas of forests etc. Birds however are aplenty in Punjab too because a lot of migratory birds […]

How to say I have to go in Punjabi

It is easy to learn how to say I have to go in Punjabi. You don’t have to worry about the gender or the singular plural usage of words. Direct meaning of these words in Punjabi language will give you the phrase. This sentence can be used to convey that you want to go somewhere […]

I can speak Punjabi

How to say I can speak Punjabi in Punjabi

This sentence sounds funny ‘how to say I can speak Punjabi in Punjabi’ but if you are not a native speaker of this language, you will be happy to find the exact phrase that can help you convey that you have learnt Punjabi and can speak it. There is no need to worry about the […]

How to say take care of yourself in Punjabi

While learning to say take care of yourself in Punjabi, you don’t have to worry about gender but will need to take care of the tone and small changes in words to show respect to the person who is elder to you or at a higher position than you. For younger and lower status, you […]

Why not in Punjabi

How to say why not in Punjabi

While learning how to say why not in Punjabi, just take care of the tone that you carry while pronouncing these words because the tone will define your mood and also the respect that may have to show. You can ask this question from elders too but not in a stern tone. If you would […]

What Did I do in Punjabi

How to say in Punjabi What Did I Do

While learning how to say in Punjabi what did I do, you need to take care of the tone with which you pronounce this phrase because it is a question. Rest, there is no confusion of gender or singular plural usage of words. If you would like to learn Punjabi language, you can purchase any […]

How to say I have a headache in Punjabi

While learning how to say I have a headache in Punjabi, you need not take care of gender or singular plural options of the words. However, this expression can be conveyed in two versions. If you would like to learn Punjabi language, you can purchase any of these books The fourth word of this Punjabi […]

How is work in Punjabi

How to say how is work in Punjabi

While learning how to say how is work in Punjabi, there is not much that you need to take care of. There is no gender consideration and there is no confusion about singular plural form also. So, just straight knowledge of the three words will give you this expression in Punjabi language. If you would […]

How to say I am sad in Punjabi

This is a straight forward sentence and you don’t have to worry about gender or any other thing. If you know the meaning these three words in Punjabi you can make the sentence yourself. So, while learning how to say I am sad in Punjabi, just remember to use the three words in correct sequence […]

How to say do some work in Punjabi

This is an imperative form of sentence and in Punjabi can be conveyed through 2-3 types. We will try to provide all possible alternatives that can be used for this sentence. If you would like to learn Punjabi language, you can purchase any of these books There is no confusion about the gender and therefore […]

I am hungry in Punjabi (female)

How to say I am hungry in Punjabi

There are two ways in which this sentence can be translated in Punjabi. However, the first method, in which you say that I am feeling hungry, conveys the same emotion but has a different usage of words. Doubtlessly, the basic thing is that you want to convey your present state where you are feeling hungry […]

How do you say I will miss you in Punjabi

How to say I will miss you in Punjabi

While learning how to say I will miss you in Punjabi, it’s important to notice that literal translation of this sentence may lead to confusion of the contextual meaning. What the person is trying to say is to convey the feeling that he/she will remember the other person repeatedly. If you would like to learn […]

How to say in Punjabi where are you

When trying to learn how to say ‘where are you’ in Punjabi, you need to take care of the fact to whom you are asking this question. According to age, status, and authority of the person, the words may change. If you would like to learn Punjabi language, you can purchase any of these books […]

How to say in Punjabi what are you doing

It’s interesting to know how to ask ‘what are you doing’ in Punjabi. We need to take care to whom this question is asked. Gender will make the expression sound different. Also, if you are asking it to a younger person, it would be different from the one when you are asking someone who is […]

How to say in Punjabi I love you

I remember I was sitting in Kaua’i when somebody asked me: ‘How do you say “I love you” in Punjabi?’ I was kind of confused because we don’t say it–most of the youngsters use the English expression itself. If I am true, I have never heard anybody saying to someone ‘I love you’ in Punjabi […]

Gift Ko Punjabi Mein Kya Kehte Hain

It’s interesting to know about this word ‘gift’. A lot of Punjabi speaking people would just use this English word itself because, in Punjabi conversation, there are a lot of English words that are used nowadays. At the same time, a lot of words from Arabic, Turkish, Persian, and Mongolian have also become kind of […]

How to say in Punjabi I am fine

How to say in Punjabi I am fine

‘I am fine’ is a common phrase used in almost universally in conversations using various expressions of different languages. When it comes to Punjabi, there are two expressions that can convey the same meaning. We will be providing both the version: One is literal meaning while the other one is more conversational and commonly used […]

How to say see you tomorrow in Punjabi

How to say see you tomorrow in Punjabi While learning how to say see you tomorrow in Punjabi, you need to understand the contextual meaning of the Punjabi phrase would be about meeting and not only about seeing. So, we would be using the translation of that Punjabi word. If you would like to learn […]

How to say I want to see you in Punjabi

How to say I want to see you in Punjabi While learning how to say I want to see you in Punjabi, make sure that the contextual meaning is to meet and not actually see. So, the Punjabi meaning of ‘meet’ is used in this phrase. If you would like to learn Punjabi language, you […]

How to say I can’t wait to see you in Punjabi

How to say I can’t wait to see you in Punjabi While learning how to say I can’t wait to see you in Punjabi, you must take care that the exact translation of this sentence or Punjabi phrase is not used. A more contextual phrase is used, which actually might mean ‘I look forward to […]

How to say see you soon in Punjabi

How to say see you soon in Punjabi When learning how to say see you soon in Punjabi, take notice that the Punjabi of soon is not the original Punjabi or Indian word, but due to its popularity, only this word is used. The original Sanskrit-oriented word is almost never used. If you would like […]

How to say see you later in Punjabi

How to say see you later in Punjabi It’s easy to learn how to say see you later in Punjabi. However, you need to understand that contextually, it might also mean ‘see you again’. However, we need to know that actually this Punjabi phrase means a different thing. I was checking the Google translation for […]

How to say words in Punjabi from English

While learning how to say words in Punjabi, you must take care that Punjabi verbs, helping verbs and subjective nouns tend to change according to the age, gender, and status of the person using those Punjabi phrases. I have tried to cover some of these commonly used Punjabi phrases. I hope this will be helpful […]