Wednesday , October 26 2016

How to talk about your intentions in Egyptian Arabic

In this lesson you'll learn to talk about your intentions in Egyptian Arabic.

New words:

  • I intend.
  • My intention.


  • I intend to go to university next year.
  • It's my intention to travel this year.
  • I intended to stay at home.

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One comment

  1. Patrick Baggett

    The PDF has:
    “I intended to stay at home
    انا نويت اشتيري عربية
    ana naweet ashtiri 3arabiya”

    The translation here is wrong. I’m pretty sure this reads, “I intended to buy a car”.

    Actually, I just listened to the MP3, and yeah, that’s what they /intended/ to write. 😀

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