Friday , May 26 2017

How to say you want or don’t want something in Egyptian Arabic

Today you're going to hear how to say that you want or don't want something in Egyptian Arabic.

Here you’ll hear both want + noun and want + infinitive verb in positive and negative form.

Sample sentences:

  • I want an apple.
  • I want to eat an apple.
  • I don't want an apple.
  • I don't want to eat an apple.

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