Wednesday , October 26 2016

How to say ‘I think’ in Moroccan Arabic

Today you're going to hear how to say I think in Moroccan Arabic.

New words:

  • I think

Sample sentences:

  • I think I know the answer.
  • I think it's expensive.
  • I think we'll have fun.
  • I think I should go.

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