How To Ask And Tell The Time In Sudanese Arabic

Asma Wahba


Asma Wahba


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

Before you learn times, you’ll need to learn numbers. See our Sudanese numbers post and also our lesson on how to say the date in Sudanese 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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