How to compare things (-er + than) in Egyptian Arabic
Today you’re going to hear one way to compare things in Egyptian Arabic (-er + than).
- This house is bigger than your house.
- The dog is smaller than the cow.
- I’m smarter than you.
- She’s (a lot) more beautiful than her sister.
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