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Daily Use English Sentences for Electricity in Urdu

Daily Use English Sentences for Electricity in Urdu
Written by Muhammad Waqas

Learn Daily Use English Sentences for Electricity in Urdu for English Speaking Spoken English Sentences to talk about electricity in daily life makes it easier for English learners to talk confidently common English to Urdu sentences for Electricity to help students learn important sentences to discuss Electricity These English Sentences will improve your Spoken English as you can use these daily use sentences to talk about Electricity. You can Also Get a PDF for this important lesson of Daily English Sentences that are used to talk about Electricity.

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Daily Use English Sentences for Electricity

A windstorm caused a power outage. Tofan ki wjahan ay light chali gai طوفان کی وجہ سے لائٹ چلی گئی۔
The electricity has been cut off. Bejli cut gai hay. بجلی گئی ہے۔
When will the power come back? Bejil kab ayegi? بجلی کب آئے گئ؟
The power went off/ out. Bejli chali gai. بجلی چلی گئی۔
The electricity has been restored/ come back Bejli gai. بجلی آگئی۔
Why did you make the power go off? Apnay light ku bhaga de? آپ نے  لائٹ کیوں بھگا دی؟
The power goes off more often in the summer. Garmiyu main bejli zidaa jati hay. گرمیوں میں بجلی زیادہ جاتی ہے۔
Power outage is rare here. Yahan light bohat kam jati hay. یہاں لائٹ بہت کم جاتی ہے۔
My phone is on the charging. Mera phone charging par hay. میرا فون چارجنگ پر ہے۔
Remove the phone from charging. Phone charging say otar dain. فون چارجنگ سے  اُتار دیں۔
Load shedding is the big issue. Load shedding sab say bara masla hay. لوڈ شیدنگ سب سے بڑا مسئلہ ہے۔
Switch off all the lights. Sab lights band kar dain. سب لائٹس بند کر دیں۔
Turn on all the lights. Sab lights chala dain. سب لائٹس چلا  دیں۔
Electricity is Coming and going again and again. Lights bar bar aa aur ja rahi hay. بجلی بار بار آ اور جا رہی ہے۔
Electricity has become expensive. Bejli menhangi hugai hay. بجلی مہنگی ہو گئی ہے۔
Wapda workers are being cursed. Wapda walu ko galiyan de ja rahi hain واپڈا والوں کو گالیاں دی جا رہی ہے۔
There is a power crisis. Bejli ka buhran hogya hay. بجلی کا بحران ہو گیا ہے۔
There is a power outage/ breakdown. Bejli ki kharabi hugai hay. بجلی کی خرابی ہو گئی  ہے۔
My mobile’s battery is about to dead. Mobile ki battery Khatam hunay wali hay موبائل کی بیٹری  ختم ہونے والی ہے۔
He died of electricity current. Bejli kay current  wuh mar gya. بجلی کے کرنٹ سے وہ مر گیا۔
The water tank is full. Pani kai tainki bhar gai. پانی کی ٹینکی بھر گئی۔
The power has not yet come. Bejli abhe tak nhee aai. بجلی ابھی تک نہیں آئی۔
I am waiting for the electricity to come. Main bejli kay anay ka intizar kar raha hu. میں بجلی کے آنے  کا انتظار کر رہا ہوں۔
The electricity will come at night. Bejli raat ko ayge. بجلی رات کو آئے گی۔
The electricity doesn’t go off here. Yahan Bejli nhee jati. یہاں بجلی نہیں جاتی۔
The electrician fixed the power. Electrician nay bejil theeek ki. الیکٹریشن نے بجلی ٹھیک کی۔
The power cords are hanging disorderly. Bejil ki tarin bay tartibe say latki hue hain. بجلی کی تاریں بے ترتیبی سے لٹکی ہوئی ہیں۔
The power poles are lying down. Bejli kay khamaby nechay paray huway hain. بجلی کے کھمبے نیچے پڑے ہوئے ہیں۔
Use less units of electricity. Bejil kay unit kam kharach karin. بجلی کے یونٹ کم خرچ کریں۔
Put the wire into the socket. Taar ko socket main daal dain. تار کو ساکٹ میں ڈال دیں۔
Why the hell light went out now! Light abhe hi q gai! لائٹ ابھی ہے کیوں گئ!
Power supply has been suspended Bejli ki farahmi mu’attal kar de gai hay. بجلی کی فراہمی معطل کردی گئی ہے۔
Daily Use English Sentences for Electricity in Urdu

Daily Use English Sentences for Electricity in Urdu

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Muhammad Waqas

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