Wednesday , December 7 2016

How to say ‘more’ and ‘less’ in Egyptian Arabic

In this lesson you'll hear and learn how to compare the quantity or amount of things using 'more' and 'less' in the Egyptian dialect.

New words:

  • More
  • Less

Sample sentences:

  • I have more money than you.
  • I have less money than you.

Additional Content (Members):

  • I enjoyed today more than yesterday.
  • I ate more than yesterday.
  • I paid the taxi more than last time.
  • I got more money than last month.
  • I love Zamalek more than Al-Ahli.
  • I love the sea more than the pool.
  • I ate less than yesterday.
  • I paid the taxi less than yesterday.
  • I got less money than last month.
  • I'm lifting less weights than last month.

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This content was contributed by a native Arabic speaker of Egypt and produced by Talk In Arabic.com.

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