Tuesday , February 21 2017

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

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

Sample sentences:

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

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

We acknowledge that there are often more ways to say one thing and this free content is not meant to be a comprehensive grammar or phrasebook. As Talk In Arabic.com aims to be a community-driven site, we welcome all revisions and contributions to its content.

About Donovan Nagel

I'm a language educator, blogger and translator with years of travel and language learning experience. I have a huge passion for language learning (especially Arabic!) and for helping to raise awareness of endangered minority languages around the world.

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