Learn Egyptian Arabic phrases: General Questions #5
Learn how to ask general questions in Egyptian Arabic
Lisa is standing in front of a shop that sells different kinds of fresh juice. She gets a phone call from an Egyptian friend, and he asks her, ”Ezzay-ik?” She replies that she is fine. Then she asks him, ”Ezzay-ak?”
He then says that he wants to meet her at the cinema downtown to watch the latest movie with her after his meeting. Lisa likes the idea and asks him what she should drink. He tells her that she should try Assir Assab (sugar cane juice).
Lisa says, ”Ana mesh fahma.” Her friend laughs and tells her to order Assir manga (mango juice). After she hangs up, she orders a big cold glass of orange juice.
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