Examples of Pakistan English

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My first language is called Pushto.

//maɪ feɻst ˈlæŋgwɪdʒ ɪz kæld ˈpʌʃtu//

 


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Basically, there are two official languages in Pakistan. One is English and the other is Urdu.

//ˈbeɪsɪkli/ðeːɻ ɑ tuː ɒˈfɪʃəl ˈlæŋwidʒəz ɪn ˈpɑːkɪstæn/wɒn ɪz ˈɪŋglɪʃ ənd ði ˈʌðəɻ ɪz ˈuːɻdu//

 


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I can’t face the thought of that game.

// aɪ kɑːnt feɪs ðə ʈɔːʈ əv d̪æt geɪm//


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The hat in the corner looks wonderful.

//ðə hɛt ɪn ðə ˈkɔɻnəɻ lʊks ˈwʌndeɻfʊl//


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The Duke never travels in the tube when he goes to London.

//ðə djuːk ˈnevər ˈtrɑvːlz ɪn ðə tjuːb wen he gɔʊz tu ˈlʌndən.


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When I came here I didn’t understand a single word of English (He means the English of Bradford)

//wen aɪ keɪm hɪəɻ aɪ ˈdidənt ˈiːvən ˈʌnderstænd eɪ ˈsɪɳgəl wɜɻd əv ˈɪŋglɪʃ//


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He sat near the rear door.

//hi sɛʈ nɪəɻ ðə ɻɪəɻ dɔːɻ//


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l, i, double t, l, e (Spelling little)

//eɭ/aɪ/ˈdʌbəɭ  ʈ/ eɭ/iː//


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