Monday , January 23 2017

How to say ‘very’, ‘not very’ and ‘not at all’ in Egyptian Arabic

In this lesson you're going to hear how to say verynot very and not at all in Egyptian Arabic.

New words:

  • Very
  • Not very
  • Not at all

Sample sentences:

  • I'm not very handsome.
  • The computer's very expensive.
  • She's not beautiful at all.

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