Tuesday , February 21 2017

How to use the word ‘before’ in Egyptian Arabic

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Today you’re going to learn how to use the word before in Egyptian Arabic.

New word/s:

  • Before

Sample sentences:

  • Before I go swimming I'll change my clothes.
  • Let's meet before the game.
  • Do you want to eat before class?


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  1. Thank you for the slides. I noticed that there’s a mistake in the title on them. It says: How to say ‘about’ in Arabic, instead of before.

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