How to ask and tell the time in Iraqi Arabic

Asma Wahba


Asma Wahba

How to ask and tell the time in Iraqi Arabic

الساعة بيش راح اشوفك؟

نتشاوف بالخمسة

بالخمسة كلش من وقت

شنو رأيك بالستة إلاربع؟

بالستة إلاربع كلش زين

Today you’re going to hear how to ask and tell the time in Iraqi Arabic.

Sample sentences:

  • What time is it?
  • It's eight o'clock.
  • Half-past three.
  • Quarter to one.
  • It's seven twenty.

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