Lesson 43: Talking about Wants and Possibilities

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In this lesson, we build on Lesson 42, and learn how to talk about wants. For instance, 'I want to go to the cinema.' In addition, we learn some special verbs that allow us to construct additional subjunctive sentences. These special verbs include 'must', 'might', 'it's possible', and 'it's better'.

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Dear Sirs, I have noticed that with the word must " Bayad", we use the negative na-Bayad. but we cann't say na-shāyad, na-momkené , and na-betaré but we make the other verb negative like we say na-Bayad beram but we say Shayad neram

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