Monday , October 24 2016

How to say you speak or don’t speak a language in Sudanese Arabic

Today you're going to hear one way to say you speak or don't speak a language in Sudanese Arabic.

New word/s:

  • To speak

Sample sentences:

  • I speak Sudanese Arabic.
  • I don't speak German.
  • Do you speak English?

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This content was contributed by a native Arabic speaker of Sudan and produced by Talk In

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