Note how the numbers are written -these are the closest approximation - they are tending to be displaced by English numerals
Note above that 51 and 15 are written and read as in English even though Urdu reads from R to L.
Continuing with the vocabulary
Above read -yoghurt-dahee, flour-aata, tea-chaye, oil-tael, cheese-paneer, milk-dudh, eggs-ande, butter-makhkhan, chicken-mugi, meat-gosht,
floor-farsh, door-darvaza, garage-garage, window-khirdki,roof-chhat, chimney-chimney, pillars-sitoon, gate-phaatak, stairs-sirdhiyan', bed-bister, wall-diwar, pillow-takiya
plant-poda, blanket-kambal, tap-nalka, drawer-drwaz, comb-kanga, lamp-lamp, soap-sab(u)n, bottle-bot'l