Saturday , May 27 2017

How to use ‘when’ to describe a time when something happens in Moroccan Arabic

Today you're going to hear how to describe a time when something happens in Moroccan Arabic (using 'when' as a relative adverb).

New word/s:

  • When

Sample sentences:

  • I'll see you when I finish work.
  • When you finish work, call me.
  • When I'm in Casablanca, I'll visit my friends.
  • They want to move to Algiers when they get married.


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