Monday , October 24 2016

‘As soon as’ something happens in Iraqi Arabic

If you've ever wondered how to say that something will happen as soon as something else, here it is in Iraqi Arabic.

New terms:

  • As soon as


  • I'm going to sleep as soon as I arrive
  • Call me as soon as you finish eating
  • As soon as you leave I'm going to have a party

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