Friday , October 28 2016

How to say something looks like something in Moroccan Arabic

Today you’re going to learn how to say that something looks like something in Moroccan Arabic.

New term/s:

  • Looks like

Sample sentences:

  • I look like my father.
  • That car looks like my car.
  • That house looks like a castle.
  • The dog looks like a horse.
  • That woman looks like my aunt.

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