How to say there is or isn't something in Egyptian Arabic
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Saying that there is or there isn’t something in Egyptian Arabic is really straightforward and simple.
Today you’ll hear an Egyptian woman show you how it’s done.
- There is
- There isn’t
- There’s a cafe near here.
- Is there a dog in the park?
- There isn’t any money.
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