Friday , October 28 2016

How Sudanese speakers say there is or isn’t something

If you ever want to tell a person in Sudan that there is or isn't something, here's how you can do it.

New words:

  • There is
  • There isn't

Sample sentences:

  • Is there a cafe near here?
  • Is there a dog in the park?
  • There isn't any money.

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One comment

  1. To say there is, you can say either توجد (tujad) for feminine nouns or يوجد (yujad) for masculine nouns, followed by the noun that you’re talking about. To say there isn’t, just prepend the whole sentence with لا. Example:

    لا توجد مشكلة
    There is no problem

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