Thursday , December 8 2016

How Sudanese Arabic speakers use adverbs of frequency

Here you'll get to hear how Sudanese people from Darfur use the most common adverbs of frequency in their dialect of Arabic.

New words:

  • Never (at all) 
  • Sometimes
  • Often 
  • Always
Pay close attention to the word placement in the sentence. There is some flexibility when it comes to placement of adverbs of frequency but for now try to just focus on the way it’s used by the native speaker in the sample sentences.

Sample sentences:

  • I never eat pork (at all).
  • Sometimes I go swimming.
  • I often call my mother.
  • I always go to the cinema.

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