Friday , May 26 2017

Iraqi Arabic: Saying something was ‘supposed to’ happen

Saying that something was supposed to, intended to and meant to happen in Iraqi Arabic is very simple and straightforward.

Listen to this native speaker demonstrate how it's done.

New term:

  • Supposed to

Sample sentences:

  • I'm supposed to be studying now.
  • Aren't you supposed to be at school?
  • I was supposed to call her but I didn't.

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