How to say that you have to or need to do something in Iraqi Arabic (have to + verb)

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Asma Wahba


Today you’re going to hear how to say that you have to or need to do something (have to + verb) in Iraqi Arabic.

Sample sentences:

  • I have to go.
  • Do you need to eat?
  • She has to call me.

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