Friday , October 28 2016

How to say you wish or hope for something in Sudanese Arabic

Today you'll learn one way that Sudanese people say they wish or hope for something in their dialect.

New term/s:

  • I hope / I wish

Sample sentences:

  • I hope the weather's nice tomorrow.
  • I hope we meet again.
  • I wish I could go to the cinema today.
  • I wish there was peace in the world.

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