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Hi i am an Phatan Engineer From NEd and Having MBA from IBA, i am preparing for 2010 but the problem is that i can neither read nor write pushto but i can speak it frequently as it is my mother tongue, Advise me should i opt for Pustho???

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Hi i am an Phatan Engineer From NEd and Having MBA from IBA, i am preparing for 2010 but the problem is that i can neither read nor write pushto but i can speak it frequently as it is my mother tongue, Advise me should i opt for Pustho???

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dear if u cant read nor writ pashtho then dont go for it.
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Hi i am an Phatan Engineer From NEd and Having MBA from IBA, i am preparing for 2010 but the problem is that i can neither read nor write pushto but i can speak it frequently as it is my mother tongue, Advise me should i opt for Pustho???

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You must go for it as it is highly scoring subject. Reading and writing is not a big problem as it is a matter of few days. Just take this book and start practising writing and reading.

Pashto Adab Zar by Hanif Khalil.


I should remind you that the same was problem with me. the first Pushto paper i took was that of Provincial civil service in which i scored 81 out of 100.


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Hi i am an Phatan Engineer From NEd and Having MBA from IBA, i am preparing for 2010 but the problem is that i can neither read nor write pushto but i can speak it frequently as it is my mother tongue, Advise me should i opt for Pustho???

Answer please DEar phatan fellows.
Most of Pashto speaking people are not able to read and write it. Learning Pashto writing and reading is not a big deal for a Pashto speaking person. We know already many idioms and proverbs of our language and structure as well.

With little difficulty you can cover this subject. You can get help of another person who can guide you how to write and read. I advise you to buy Pashto Book Pohanna - best book of CSS and start your operation of learning Pashto. It is very scoring subject and secondly you will get aware of our literature, legends, heroes, customs and traditions.

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Which topics should be studied from Pohanna?
Go through the whole book. It helps in the MCQs when you go through the history of Poets and the works of literature written in earlier ages. Do read the idioms and their translations and read it in general along with the past five years papers given at the end of it. That should help you in it.

Ideally You should be a native speaker of the language and then you should practice writing it because the script uses extra characters not found in URDU or Arabic script. These have been introduced to cater to the multi dialects in vogue across the Pahstun Belt. A consesnus was reached in amalgamating The Yousafzai dialect and Kandhari Dialect in writing as well as putting the southern dialects understanding into it. Thats why the different ways of writing it.

However dont rely solely on this book. Take it as the starting point. If you are at Peshawar go to the Pashto Department at Univ of Peshawar and seek some guidance. IF you are somewhere else, try to find any person who teaches the subject at college level. That should help you.

IF you dont or cant find someone like that, Read this Forum for notes on Pashto. While they are in English and you may need to translate them to Pahto for Preparation, it is still better than nothing at all.

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Another best book for Pashto is PASHTO ADAB ZAR by hanif khalil

you can find solved questions of past papers here and also you can find MCQs of past papers

i have studied it and also in Pohana you can find MCQs.

topics to be studied

Rehman baba

Khushal baba

Hamza baba

Hamid baba.

Ghani Khan

Kazim Sheda,

Pashto awami adab

Pahsto matal,

These topics are enough as for i think

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@ Noor,I only read Pohanna but don't think one can solve the Mcq's by simply reading that,should I buy Pusto Adab zar for it and one more thing what if I study rehman baba and Khushal Khattak from the poet's portion.
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I'm one of those people who didn't get the chance to read or write pusto during the student life so how much time will it take me to cover up the subject keeping in mind the fact that i'd have to start all over from scratch.
******.. I could nt even read it properly and i scored 73
moreover,, i studied only for 9 days and in this short period i managed to write, read and learn (ratta)

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Aslam-oalikum

Hi i am an Phatan Engineer From NEd and Having MBA from IBA, i am preparing for 2010 but the problem is that i can neither read nor write pushto but i can speak it frequently as it is my mother tongue, Advise me should i opt for Pustho???

Answer please DEar phatan fellows.
i dont agree with Islah jee in this regard
go for it
u can manage it in a matter of 2 weeks..
i assure u

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Where to find mcqs of pashto?
i got a book weighing 20 kgs from Pashtu deptt and got photocopies the idioms from it... but it was even outa the standards of the paper itself. so i recommend it not for u and i also then left it in the midst

for mcqs,,, Pohanna has more dan 500 MCQs. i think its enough.. however if u go through the whole book and highlight the important dates, books etc,, that would be enough

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@ Noor,I only read Pohanna but don't think one can solve the Mcq's by simply reading that,should I buy Pusto Adab zar for it and one more thing what if I study rehman baba and Khushal Khattak from the poet's portion.
rehman baba and khushal baba in pohanna book is more than enough. u wont be able to read that even properly if it comes to learning all the poems over there

plus u cannot give whole of the time during ur exam attempting a single question

n this is my personal experience that i lost loads of time writing on khushal as it went lengthy.. so i had then little time left for the rest of questions

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