Friday , May 26 2017

How to say ‘very’, ‘not very’ and ‘not at all’ in Moroccan Arabic

In this lesson you're going to hear how to say verynot very and not at all in Moroccan Arabic.

New words:

  • Very
  • Not very
  • Not at all

Sample sentences:

  • I'm very happy,
  • They're very late.
  • The homework isn't very difficult.
  • I'm not very busy.
  • I'm not hungry at all.
  • He's not reliable at all.

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