Thursday , October 27 2016

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

Today you're going to learn one way that Sudanese people say verynot very and not at all in their dialect.

Pay attention to the way they say very - it has a different literal meaning but is also used to mean very.

New words:

  • Very
  • Not very
  • Not at all

Sample sentences:

  • I'm not very handsome.
  • The computer's very expensive.
  • She's not beautiful at all.

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This content was contributed by a native Arabic speaker of Sudan and produced by Talk In

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