Friday , October 28 2016

How to tell someone you’ll try in Egyptian Arabic

In this lesson you'll learn how to tell someone you're trying or will try to do something in Egyptian Arabic.

New words:

  • To try

Sample sentences:

  • I'm trying to concentrate.
  • Try to call me.
  • I'll try to remember.

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