Tuesday , February 21 2017

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

Here you'll get to to hear how Sudanese native speakers say they want or don't want something.

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.

Get access to the Arabic transcript for this audio so you can read along with it as well as hundreds of other transcripts, MP3 files and exclusive benefits by becoming a member of Talk In Arabic today.

    Become a Premium Member

This content was contributed by a native Arabic speaker of Sudan 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 Talk In Arabic

The largest and most rapidly growing, community-driven database of spoken dialect material for Arabic learners online.

Check Also

This and That in Levantine Arabic

‘This’ and ‘That’ in Levantine Arabic

When you visit the Middle East, you'll need to be able to specify objects and people you're talking about using 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *