Conditional (If) Sentences in Sudanese Arabic

Asma Wahba


Asma Wahba

Conditional (If) Sentences in Sudanese Arabic

Today you'll hear how Sudanese native speakers use conditional sentences (using the word if).


New word/s:

  • If

Sample sentences:

  • If I have money, I'll visit France.
  • If it's raining, I won't go.
  • If I'm hungry, I'll eat.
  • If he loves her, he'll marry her.
  • If you come to Sudan, will you visit me?

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