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Sudanese Spoken Arabic

Sudanese Spoken Arabic is used in northern Sudan and parts of neighboring Egypt, Eritrea, and Ethiopia.

Arabic languages/dialects shown elsewhere:

  "standard" Arabic, Algerian, Baharna, Chadian / Shuwa, Egyptian, Gulf, Hassaniyya, Hejazi, Iraqi / Mesopotamian, Lebanese-Syrian, Libyan / Solaimitian, Maltese, Moroccan, Palestinian-Jordanian, and Tunisian


[the four essential travel phrases]

(Apparently these four phrases in Sudanese Arabic are the same as standard Arabic.)

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Alternate names for Sudanese Spoken Arabic include Khartoum, Sudanese, Kordofan, Ja'ali, and Shukri


The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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