Friday , April 28 2017

How to say you’re happy, sad or angry in Levantine Arabic

Today you’re going to learn how to say you're happy, sad or angry in colloquial Levantine Arabic.

New words: 

  • Happy
  • Sad
  • Angry

Sample sentences:

  • I'm happy.
  • I feel (am) sad.
  • Are we angry?

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