Sunday , December 11 2016

How to say something was happening in the past in Sudanese Arabic

Today you’re going to hear how to say something was happening in the past in Sudanese Arabic.

Each native speaker has submitted a recording of exactly how they would normally say that something was happening in the past.

This is not a conjugation list of past continuous verbs.

Here you may find a mixture of past continuous and past habitual verbs as they would normally be used by native speaker.

Sample sentences:

  • I was going.
  • You (m.) were running.
  • You (f.) were running.
  • You (plural) were sleeping.
  • She was coming.
  • He was speaking.
  • We were seeing.
  • They were knowing.

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