Friday , April 28 2017

Conditional (If) Sentences in Sudanese Arabic

Today you'll hear how Sudanese native speakers use conditional sentences (using the word if).

New word/s:

  • If

Sample sentences:

  • If I have money, I'll visit France.
  • If it's raining, I won't go.
  • If I'm hungry, I'll eat.
  • If he loves her, he'll marry her.
  • If you come to Sudan, will you visit me?

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