Friday , April 28 2017

How Saudi speakers say there is or isn’t something

If you ever want to tell a person in Saudi Arabia that there is or isn't something, here's how you can do it.

New words:

  • There is
  • There isn't

Sample sentences:

  • Is there a cafe near here?
  • Is there a dog in the park?
  • There isn't any money.

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

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One comment

  1. I would like to really enjoy this session as it is extremely useful, however, I think it would be better written out in English and spoken slower. I could not understand what the word for there is and isn’t was.

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