Friday , May 26 2017

How to say ‘even if’ and ‘even though’ in Moroccan Arabic

Today you’re going to learn how to say even if and even though in Moroccan Arabic.

New word/s:

  • Even if
  • Even though (despite)

Sample sentences:

  • You go, even if I don't come.
  • Even though there was a lot of traffic, I went to the meeting.
  • I'll swim even if the water's cold.
  • Even though the weather is very cold, I'll go to the park.

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