The division of Pakistan into its four provinces: Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan and the
North-West Frontier was largely done on the basis of languages. Each of these principal ethnic groups and
mountain tribes has its own language Punjabi, Sindhi, Baluchi and Paktun, respectively. Educated Pakistanis
are able to read and write in Urdu as well as in English.
Islam has influenced the language and the philosophy of the people. Hence, it is common for Pakistanis to mention God's name in everyday instances. For example, Bismillah means "I begin in the name of Allah" Muslims commonly use this phrase before starting any activity. Inshaallah means "if it is the will of Allah." which is a response to any invitation. This expresses their intent but also suggests that events are not really within their control.
Here is a list of Urdu phrases for you to try: