Thursday , December 8 2016

Knowing how to compare stuff in Moroccan Arabic

So you want to know how to put two things together and compare them in the Moroccan dialect?

Here's how you do it.

Sample sentences:

  • This house is bigger than your house.
  • The dog is smaller than the cow.
  • I'm smarter than you.
  • She's (a lot) more beautiful than your sister.

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This content was contributed by a native Arabic speaker of Morocco and produced by Talk In Arabic.com.

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