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Fully conjugated in all the aspects in a new,
easy-to-learn format, alphabetically arranged

by
Raymond Scheindlin, Ph.D.
Professor of Medieval Hebrew Literature
Jewish Theological Seminary of America

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Contents
Foreword
Introduction
501 Arabic Verbs
Index of Verbs in Root Order
Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order

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557

Foreword
This book is not merely an expansion of its predecessor, 201 Arabic Verbs, but a
completely new work. In preparing it, I had the help of an intelligent, efficient, and
loyal team, consisting of Dr. Michael Rand, an expert Semitic philologist, who drafted
the conjugations; Safwat Henein, who drafted the examples; May Ahmar, lecturer in
Arabic at Columbia University, who reviewed the examples for grammatical accuracy
and stylistic correctness; and my wife, Janice Meyerson, who contributed her editors
expertise and her artists love of detail to the English portions of the book and to the
preparation of the manuscript, plus an eagle eye that enabled her to raise some questions
even about the Arabic. The help of these contributors notwithstanding, the responsibility
for the accuracy of both Arabic and English rests entirely in my hands.

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Introduction: The Arabic Verb


One of the best-kept secrets of the Arabic language is the clarity and logic of its
verb inflections. Unlike the verbs in the languages of Europe, the Arabic verb brooks
hardly any true irregularities, that is, forms that cannot be predicted by rules (such as the
principal parts of to sing in English). Although the rules and the sheer quantity of forms
might seem daunting to the beginner, the regularity of the patterns makes mastering of the
Arabic verb a very achievable projectwith patience and a guide, such as this book.

Triliteral Roots; Prefixes and Suffixes for Person, Gender, and Number
The vast majority of Arabic verbs are built from a root consisting of three consonants.
The root usually conveys a certain core meaning that is made more specific by having
added to it the vowels and prefixes belonging to one of ten patterns, called Forms.
(Form in the sense of conjugational patterns is capitalized to distinguish it from the
common noun form.) Only when the root is realized in a particular Form is it a verb.
Although dictionaries are usually organized by roots, the verb is not the root itself but
only its realization in a particular Form. Its meaning may range widely from the core
meaning inherent in the root, depending on the Form and on usage as it has developed
over the centuries.
A verb can be modified to indicate mood, voice, tense,1 person, gender, and number.
The prefixes and suffixes for person, gender, and number are essentially identical in all
ten Forms. There are two sets, depending on which of the two tenses is being used.
The perfect tense is inflected by means of these suffixes:
he
she
you, masculine singular
you, feminine singular
I

-a
-at
-ta
-ti
-tu

they two, masculine


they two, feminine
you two, masculine and feminine

-
-at
-tum

they, masculine
they, feminine
you, plural masculine
you, plural feminine
we

-
-na
-tum
-tunna
-n

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The term tense is not strictly appropriate because, as explained below, Arabic verbs do not
indicate the time of the action but whether the action is complete or not. Linguists therefore
prefer to use the term aspect.
aspect. We retain the more familiar term, so beginners may think of the
perfect and imperfect as analogous to the past and future of the European languages.

The imperfect is inflected by suffixes as well as prefixes:


he
she
you, masculine
you, feminine
I

yatatatana
a-

they two, masculine


they two, feminine
you two, masculine and feminine

yan
tan
tan

they, masculine
they, feminine
you, plural masculine
you, plural feminine
we

yana
yana
tana
tana
na-

The Ten Forms


Ten Forms are in ordinary use in Arabic today, but no root occurs in all ten, and most
roots can be used in only a few. Here is a table of the ten Forms, using the common
root ( a root that contains the idea of doing), as has been the custom of Arab
grammarians for many centuries. In the left-hand Arabic column, each of the Forms
is represented by a verb in the perfect third-person masculine singular. This form is
the one closest to the root and therefore the form under which verbs are listed in most
dictionaries. In the second Arabic column, the same verb appears in the imperfect
third-person masculine singular. In the following columns the active participle, the
passive participle, and the verbal noun (except for Form I, in which the verbal noun has
no single form) appear.
Form I
Form II
Form III
Form IV
Form V
Form VI
Form VII
Form VIII
Form IX
Form X

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The Form in which a verb is conjugated has an effect on its meaning; for example,

( Form I) means to do, but ( Form VI) means to interact; ( Form VII)
means to be done or to be excited;

( Form X) means to fabricate or to
invent. It is not always possible to predict how a given Form will affect the meaning of
a given root; the only way to know for certain is to consult the dictionary. Here are some
generalizations that should be of help, along with a description of the main grammatical
features of the ten Forms.
Form I. Verbs in Form I may be transitive or intransitive; that is, they may have an
object, like to hit (as in He hit the child); intransitive, like to fall (as in I fell);
or stative, like to redden (as in He reddened with shame). Form I is the only Form
whose vowel pattern is not absolutely consistent, for the vowel following the second
letter of the root varies from verb to verb. That is why the perfect and imperfect of Form
I in the table have three vowels each in the second root consonant. Most commonly, this
vowel is a in the perfect and u in the imperfect. But many verbs have i in the perfect
and a in the imperfect, such as
, imperfect
; some have a in the perfect and i in


the imperfect, such as , imperfect
; and a few have u in the perfect and u in the
imperfect, such as
. When learning the verbs of Form I, the middle
, imperfect
vowel of the imperfect must be memorized along with the basic form (third-person
perfect masculine singular). In dictionaries, the middle vowel of Form I words is often
given in the form
a, meaning that the perfect has a, the imperfect a; or i,
meaning that the perfect has a, the imperfect i, and so on.
Form II. The distinctive features of Form II are the doubling of the second root letter, the
invariable vowel patterns a-a-a in the perfect, u-a-i-u in the imperfect active, and u-a-a-u
in the imperfect passive. Verbs in Form II are almost always transitive. If a root exists in
both Forms I and II, it may be intransitive in I and transitive in II. If a verb is transitive in
I, it becomes doubly transitive in II; thus ( Form I) means to remember (transitive),
but ( Form II) means to remind (doubly transitive because the verb can be used to
mean to remind someone of something, with both objects in the accusative). Form II
can also contribute a heightening of intensity to the meaning of a verb; thus the Form
I verb
, meaning to kill, is intensified in Form II to , meaning to massacre.
Form II is sometimes used to turn nouns or even phrases into verbs; a common example
is
, meaning to give the greeting ( peace be upon you).

Form III. Form IIIs distinctive features are the long vowel between the first and
second root letters of the perfect active (which becomes a long in the perfect passive)
and the vowel pattern u--i-u in the imperfect active (which becomes u--a-u in the
imperfect passive). It sometimes involves an element of reciprocity, so that
in

Form I ( to follow) becomes


(to
alternate)
in
Form
III.
A
verb
that
requires a

preposition in Form I may govern its object in the accusative in Form III. Thus
,
I wrote to him (Form I), becomes
, I wrote him (Form III).

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Form IV. Form IV is distinguished by the prefixed a in the perfect, the vowel patterns
u-i-u in the imperfect active, and u-a-u in the imperfect passive. The hamza in the prefix
of its perfect and imperative is never elided into a preceding vowel, unlike the prefixed
hamzas in some of the other nine Forms. Like Form II, this Form is mostly transitive:
verbs that are intransitive in I become transitive in IV; verbs that are transitive in I
become doubly transitive in IV; and nouns may be transformed into verbs by putting their
roots into Form IV.
Form V. Form V in the perfect resembles Form II with a prefixed ta-, but in the
imperfect, the vowel pattern is a-a-a-a-u. Some verbs in Form V have a reflexive
element, although this may not be immediately obvious; thus
in Form I means
to know,
in
Form
II
means
to
teach,
and
in
Form
V means to learn, that



is, to teach oneself. But no consistent meaning is attached to this Form.
Form VI. Form VI corresponds in form to Form III in the same way that Form V
corresponds to Form II, with a prefixed ta-, long between the first and second root
letters in the active and long between the first and second root letters in the passive, and
the vowel pattern a-a--a-u in the imperfect. It relates to Form III also in enhancing the
reciprocity in the action; Form III ( He fought him, transitive) thus becomes Form
VI
, the two of them fought each other.
Form VII. Form VII is characterized by the prefix in-. It is mostly reflexive, resultative,
or passive, and roots that are transitive in Form I become intransitive in Form VII. Thus
Form I
,
, to break, becomes Form VII
, to be broken; and Form I
to reveal, becomes
, to appear.
Form VIII. Form VIII is distinguished by having both a prefixed i- and an infixed t,
which is placed between the first and second letters of the root. The pattern is i-ta-a-a
in the active and u-tu-i-a in the passive. If the first root letter is a dental or waw, the
t assimilates into it, resulting in the doubling of the assimilated letter and often other
phonetic changes; examples in this book are
( from ;)
( from ;)

(from ;)
(from

);
(from

);
and
(from
). This common

Form often serves as a reflexive for verbs that are transitive in Form I; as Form VIII ,
to part, versus Form I , to divide. But there is no reliable element of meaning
associated with Form VIII.
Form IX. Form IX, like Forms VII, VIII, and X, has a prefixed i-; in addition, its third
root letter is doubled. It is used only with verbs indicating colors and defects, like
,to turn yellow, and , to be bent, and is therefore not very common.

Form X. Form X has the prefix ista- in the active and ustu- in the passive. It is often
associated with asking for a thing implied by the root, like

, to apologize
(i.e., to ask for pardon), from a root that in Form I means to pardon. It can also imply

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an attitude toward something designated by the root, like



, to approve


(i.e., to find something good), from
,
good.
It
is
sometimes
reflexive, as

to give oneself up, versus the same root in Form IV,


, to hand over.

Other Forms exist, but they are exceedingly rare in modern standard Arabic. Of somewhat
greater concern to the student are the handful of quadriliteral verbs. They have four Forms
instead of ten and are rare enough that only four occur among the 501 most common
verbs conjugated in this book:
, which are in quadriliteral Form I; ,
and

which is in quadriliteral Form II; and
,
which
is in quadriliteral Form IV. The


patterns of quadriliteral Forms I, II, and IV are similar to triliteral Forms II, V, and IX,
respectively, and are easily mastered.

Voice
Verbs may be active or passive. In English, we may say, I hit the man or The man
was hit by me. The act described is the same, but the emphasis in the first case is on
the subject who performs the act; in the second case, it is on the object of the act (who
becomes the subject of the sentence). In Arabic, some of the Forms habitually function
as passives. But most of the Forms have an internal passive that is formed by altering the
vowels; the initial vowel is always changed to u, and other vowels may change as well.
These changes are absolutely uniform within each Form and need only be memorized.
Passive forms are most naturally used with transitive verbs, that is, verbs denoting actions
that have a direct object, as in the example to hit, just given. But it is a peculiarity of
Arabic that intransitive verbs are sometimes used in the passive when there is no subject
or when the subject is vague (i.e., the impersonal construction). Thus, just as one
might use the passive
, The door was opened, without specifying who did the
opening, one might put the verb

,
( to disagree) in the passive and say
There is disagreement about it, literally, It is disagreed about. That is why a number
of verbs in this book are provided with a passive even though they are intransitive.

Tense
Arabic tenses function somewhat differently from those of English, which makes
a clear distinction between past (He went), present (He goes), and future (He
will go), and a variety of finer distinctions of time (e.g., He has gone; He has
been going; He had gone; He will have gone). Arabic makes distinctions not so
much with respect to the time of an act as with respect to the state of an act relative to
its completion. The tenses are therefore called perfect and imperfect. The perfect
can indicate past when it occurs with no other marker; but ordinarily, something in the
sentence indicates whether it is to be understood as past, present, or future. Thus
,
in the perfect, can, depending on the context, mean he wrote or he had written
(completed acts in the past), or he will have written (completed act in the future); but
it cannot be used to mean was writing (uncompleted act in the past). Likewise, the

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imperfect
can indicate future, when it occurs with no other marker, but it is quite

commonly used for the present, which does not have a tense of its own in Arabic; it only
unambiguously indicates future when it has the prefix
, or is preceded by the word
,
or
when
the
sentence
includes
some
other
indicator
of tense. Thus, depending

on the context,
could mean was writing (uncompleted act in the past), will be

writing (uncompleted act in the future), or is writing (an act in the present, therefore
by definition uncompleted); it only unambiguously means will write when it appears as

Mood
The imperfect has four moods.
The indicative is the mood that states an action as a fact: He goes or He will go.
In normal verbs, it is distinguished by the final vowel: u, for most persons in the singular
and the first-person plural; ni for dual; and na for masculine plural.
The subjunctive is the mood of a verb in a subordinate clause when it depends on a
main verb that connotes a command, wish, intention, or fear. The conjunction , that
(or its negative, , that not), is usually used to link the main verb and the subordinate
verb. As an example, consider the sentence He told me to go. In Arabic, this would
be expressed as He commanded that I go, that is,
, with the verb of the
subordinate clause in the subjunctive. The subjunctive is commonly used after other
particles that indicate intent, such as ,
, all meaning so that; and ( so
,
that not), as well as after the asseverative ( certainly not). In normal verbs, the
subjunctive is distinguished by the final vowel a in the persons in which the indicative
has u, and by dropping the syllable na from the suffixes -na and -na.
The jussive in normal verbs is distinguished by having no final vowel where the
indicative has u; like the subjunctive, the jussive drops the syllable na from suffixes -na
and -na. The jussive is used instead of the imperative to express negative commands;
for example,
,Dont go. It is commonly used with to form negative sentences
in the past; for example,
, I did not go. This usage seems counterintuitive until
we remember that the tenses in Arabic do not specify time, as they do in the European
languages (see n. 1 above). The jussive may be used to form a command in the third
person, which in English can only be expressed by roundabout expressions such as Let
him come, whereas in Arabic only one word is needed, . The jussive also figures
prominently in conditional sentences.
The imperative, as in English, is the mood of command, like the English Come here.
In Form I, it is formed by prefixing u- to the jussive of verbs that have u as the vowel of
the second root consonant, and i- to the jussive of verbs that have a or i as the vowel of
the second root consonant. In Forms II, III, V, and VI, the imperative is formed from the

jussive by dropping the prefix ta- of the second person. In Form IV, it also follows the
jussive but has a (which never elides) as a prefix. In Forms VII through X, it follows the
jussive but has i as a prefix (which does elide if the preceding word ends in a vowel). The
imperative is only used for positive commands; in negative commands, the jussive is used.

Person, Gender, and Number


Arabic has three numbers: singular, dual (used when speaking of two things), and
plural. These elements are indicated by prefixes and suffixes, which make it unnecessary,
and even incorrect, to use pronouns with a verb, except for the sake of emphasis. Thus

does not mean I will go but I, and no one but I, will go. Even the word two
may be omitted in sentences such as When are you two coming? because the twoness is accounted for by the suffix of the verb.
Arabic has two genders, unlike English, which has three. Because there is no neuter,
every noun is considered masculine or feminine. It is usually easy to distinguish; most
, and feminine names are, of course, feminine. But there is
feminine nouns end in
a complication in that plural nouns of the type called broken plurals, designating
inanimate objects, are considered feminine and ordinarily require a feminine singular
verb; for example,

( the kasra at the end of the verb is merely a linking

vowel connecting
to
the
definite
article of the following noun and is not part of

the conjugation), The dishes fell. The rules of agreement between verbs and subjects
include a few other surprises for English speakers. For example, when the subject of a
verb is a human being, the agreement depends on whether the verb precedes or follows
the noun: in the normal Arabic word order, with the verb first, the verb is in the singular,
as

, The men fell. But when the verb follows the subject, it is in the plural,
as in the sentence

, The men fell [singular] and died [plural]. The
rules for agreement of subject and predicate, although unexpected, are not complicated.

Participles and the Verbal Noun


These are forms of the verb that in some ways function as nouns or sometimes even
as adjectives. Every verb has an active participle, a form of the verb that describes a
person or thing performing the action. It may sometimes be used like English words
ending in -ing that are used to describe a person or thing engaged in an act, such as He
is writing. The suffix -ing makes the verb a participle, indicating the doer; it is not the
same as the -ing that indicates the act itself, as in Writing is my favorite activity. But
more often, participles describe persons or things characterized by a particular action and
thus resemble nouns or adjectives. For example,
could theoretically mean He is
writing, but normally it means He is a writing person, He is a writer, or even He is a
scribe.
The passive participle is the analogous form of the passive; it describes the person or
thing to whom the action was done, like
, He is killed.

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The verbal noun (masdar) is a noun formed from the verb, like many English words
ending in -ing (known as gerunds; e.g., writing, in the sense of the act of writing, as
in the preceding sentence, Writing is my favorite activity). But the use of the masdar
ranges beyond the ordinary uses of the verbal noun, in ways that must be studied from a
full grammar book.
The forms of the masdar are fixed in Forms II through X, but they are numerous
in Form I, so that for each Form I verb, the masdar must be memorized along with
the middle vowel of the perfect and imperfect. Some Form I verbs have two or more
masdars, which may be distinguished in meaning.

Deviant Verbs
The conjugational patterns just described hold good for all verbs that have three root
consonants, unless one or more of those consonants is hamza, waw, or ya. The deviations
from the patterns caused by the presence of any of these three consonants in the root
can nearly all be reduced to rules, but it is easier to master the rules once the student has
memorized the conjugation of a verb for each pattern and gotten the sound patterns fixed
in the ear. (In learning a language as an adult, always aim for reciprocity between raw
memorizationwhich is absolutely essentialand mastering the patterns according to
the rules.) Here is a summary of the most important deviant patterns.
1. Verbs whose root includes hamza. The Arabic alphabet does not have a way to
represent the glottal stop, even though it is a sound that bears meaning in Arabic and may
serve as a root consonant (whereas in English, it is merely a feature of pronunciation). To
make up for this deficiency, the symbol ( hamza) was added to the writing system at an
early time; it is placed on a letter of the alphabetalif,
alif waw, or ya
alif,
yathat represents the
vowel that precedes or follows the hamza; this letter is called the chair of the hamza. In
some situations, the hamza stands alone.
As far as the conjugation itself is concerned, the presence of hamza in a root affects
mostly the imperative in that the three common verbs
,
, and drop it (e.g., the

imperative of is ) , whereas other verbs assimilate it (the imperative of


) .
is
It affects some masdars. And in the case of one root,
, it is assimilated into the infixed
t of Form VIII to produce
.
Although the hamza is scarcely a problem for conjugation, it creates a considerable
problem for spelling. At the beginning of a word, the chair is always an alif
alif. When a

hamza occurs after a prefixed a- (as in


alifs are reduced to one with the
) , the two alif
symbol madda over it (
) . When the hamza occurs in the medial or final position
in a verb, the spelling rules are determined by the surrounding vowels; in general, the
presence of the vowel i gives priority to the letter ya over the letters waw or alif
alif; the
presence of the vowel u gives priority to the letter waw over alif
alif; and the presence of the

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vowel a gives priority to the letter alif only when the hamza itself has no vowel. When
a word ends with and hamza, the hamza usually is written without a chair. For details,
see Karin C. Ryding, A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic (Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2005), pp. 1619.
2. Geminate verbs. These are verbs whose second and third root letters are the same and
therefore assimilate into a single doubled consonant (e.g., the root , which becomes ) .
But in Forms II and V there is no assimilation, to preserve the doubling that is a feature
of the Form, so Form II of is
. Furthermore, some speakers and writers avoid the
assimilation in the jussive and imperative when the final root consonant would have a
sukn, as the phonetic tradition of Arabic avoids doubling in a closed syllable; yet other
speakers and writers prefer an alternative form of the jussive and imperative in which
the assimilation occurs but is put into conformity with the phonetic tradition by rounding
off the syllable with an extra vowel a. Thus, from the root , the Form I jussive (third
person) can be

( uncontracted) or
( contracted and rounded off with the extra
vowel). In Forms III and VI, the assimilation is optional, so these verbs have two parallel
sets of conjugation, as pointed out in the treatment of
in this book.
3. Verbs that have the unstable letters waw or ya as a root consonant. There are three
kinds, depending on the position of the weak consonant in the root:
a. Initial. The presence of a waw or ya at the beginning of a root affects mostly Form
I imperfect and imperative, where they simply drop out. The verb

in this book is a
rare exception in that it retains the initial waw. The letters waw and ya combine with the
prefixed of the verbal noun in Forms IV and VIII to yield ;in the perfect of Form
VIII, the waw or ya is assimilated into the infixed t, which is doubled as a result; compare

, from the root .
b. Medial. When the second root consonant is waw or ya, the verb is called hollow.
In Form I perfect, the middle consonant becomes a long if the third consonant has a
vowel, but if the third consonant has a sukn, the middle consonant of waw verbs turns
into the corresponding vowel; that is, waw becomes u (as in
, from the root ),
and ya becomes i (as in
, from the root ). In the imperfect, medial waw and ya

take the form of or , respectively, but a few verbs have in the imperfect, such as ,
which produces such forms as
in the imperfect. In Forms II, III, V, and VI, the middle
consonant is completely stable. In the other Forms, the middle radical becomes a long
vowel in open syllables and a short vowel in closed syllables; whether that vowel is a, i,
or u depends on the preceding vowel in predictable ways.

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c. Final. When the third consonant is waw or ya, the verb is called weak. The difficulty
is caused by the fact that these consonants are so similar to vowels that they tend to
merge into the surrounding vowels. This may be observed immediately in the
third-person masculine singular of Form I, the most basic form of the verb and the one
used for dictionary entries, for it has only two syllables instead of the usual three, and
this syllable ends in the long vowel , spelled with ( alif)
alif) for verbs whose root ends in
alif
w, and ( alif maqsra) for verbs whose root ends in y (e.g.,
, from the root , and
, from the root ). The patterns by which these mergers occur does not depend on
the Form, voice, tense, mood, person, gender, or number but only on the configuration of
sounds; thus, like so many features of Arabic morphology, once you know the rules, you
can work out the correct form with considerable certainty.
The rules require us to imagine that these verbs are absolutely regular and to observe
the configuration of vowel and consonant around the final waw or ya that would result
from any conjugated form. Consider, for example,
( Form I, imperfect third-person
masculine plural), from the root . The hypothetical regular form would be *
, but
it is only natural for the group uw to merge into the , giving rise to
. Likewise,

if the root letter ya is followed by the vowel , as in the hypothetical *

)( , Form I
imperfect second-person feminine singular, the iy will naturally merge into the , resulting
in
. Other such common mergers are iw; uy; awaw; ayaw; ayay,
and so on. Because the rules are complicated, many students find it more efficient simply
to memorize verbs exemplifying the various possible transformations and to study the
rules only after having many patterns well established in the eye and the ear. Memorizing
the following Form I verbs will provide you with enough examples to cover any case:

, , .

,
The situation is somewhat simpler in Forms II through X, in which verbs with waw as
the third root consonant are treated exactly like verbs with ya as the third root consonant.
The same rules apply, but the collapse of the distinction between the root u and the root i
reduces the number of possible mergers.
A final point about the weak verb must be made explicit, although it follows from what
has been said. It applies to participles and follows from the fact that active participles of
all roots in all Forms have the same pattern in their last two syllables: C-i-C-un (where
C represents the second and third letters of the root). If the third letter of the root is w
or y, that would yield the hypothetical ending *iyun or *iwun; these hypothetical forms
merge into Cin. Thus in Form I would give rise to the hypothetical *
, which, in
conformity with the rules summarized in the preceding paragraph, yields . This form
sometimes puzzles beginners because it is nominative, even though the suffix i ordinarily
signifies the genitive; but this particular i is merely the regular contraction of iyun to in.
When the participle has the definite article and accordingly loses the tanwn, the form is
, representing the regular contraction of iyu to .

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Doubly Deviant Verbs


A number of common roots have two features that cause them to deviate from the
basic patterns. In most cases, the rules for the two kinds of deviation do not come
into conflict. A verb such as , to come, from the root , with a hamza as its first
consonant and ya as the third, produces odd-looking forms such as
in the imperative,
but it is actually quite regular. Only a few verbs of this type are truly irregular, in that
their forms cannot be exactly predicted from rules. One is the common verb , to see,
which has hamza as its second root consonant and ya as the third because the hamza
disappears in the imperfect (and, therefore, in the subjunctive, jussive, and imperative) of
Forms I and IV. Another is the root ( sometimes given as ), which is realized in
Form I sometimes as
and sometimes as
, both meaning to live. The imperfect


of Form I is unexpectedly spelled as
, and the perfect of Form IV as
. The
spelling of Form X also varies, depending on whether the meaning is to spare ones life
or to be ashamed.

xv

This Book
The 501 verbs conjugated in this book were selected according to W. Fromm,
Hufigkeitswrterbuch der modernen arabischen Zeitungssprache (Leipzig, 1982). For
each of the 501 verbs, there is a heading with, on the right, the verb itself in Arabic and
English and, on the upper left, the root and Form. The translation next to the Arabic verb
provides only a selection of possible meanings. For a full treatment, consult a dictionary
because words in Arabic, as in every language, can cover a wide range of meanings, and
this range only rarely overlaps exactly between any two languages. The semantic range of
Arabic words is often very different from that of English, and words may be used in ways
that are completely unexpected. One of the great pleasures of learning Arabicor of any
foreign languageis the slow process of coming to grasp and then to internalize the train
of thought that links ideas in the mind of the native speaker, although at first they appear
to have no relation to each other in the mind of the student.
After the heading, the active voice is conjugated with the perfect and imperfect
indicative in the right column and the subjunctive and jussive in the left. Beneath these
appear, in the right column, the active and passive participles and the verbal noun, and in
the left column, the imperative. Grammatical terms are provided in English. For transitive
verbs (and for some intransitive verbs that are often used impersonally), the passive is
also provided, in the same format as the active.
Each verb is followed by a few sentences that serve as examples of how it is used. As
in English, verbs often acquire different meanings depending on whether they connect
to the following noun by using the accusative or a preposition and, if by a preposition,
depending on which preposition is used. It is therefore a good idea to study these
examples not only to see how the verb is conjugated but to see how its meaning may alter
in accordance with the way it governs its object. In the translations of the sentences, the
English words corresponding to the verb under treatment are italicized, along with any
other English words included in the verbsuch as subject and object pronouns that are
prefixed or suffixed to the verbalthough these are separate words in English.
The order of the conjugation tables is by root. When several verbs derive from one
root, they are arranged in the numerical order of the Form. At the end of the book is
an index of verbs in strict alphabetical order to help you locate a verb when you are
uncertain of its root.

xvi

501 Arabic Verbs


Fully Conjugated in All Forms

to refuse
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

The child refused to drink his milk.

Why are the two of you refusing to go to


?the market with us

I wish they would not refuse to play with


our children.

to come

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

3
2
1

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---


---

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE

---

---

?May I go to the theater with you

The train is late; do you know when it will


?arrive

She was not able to come with us


because her little boy is sick.
Why did none of you bring your
?chemistry book

I didnt get [literally: bring


bring] this idea from
!Mars

to bring

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

---

---

---


---

JUSSIVE

Do you two want us to bring anything to


?share for dinner

He brought us everything we need.

to inuence

Form II
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE



PLURAL





---





---

Many studies proved that the environment


has an effect on childrens development.
.
His father and mother tried to influence
[i.e., to get him to change] his decision.

to prefer

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE


---

MASCULINE

VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE






IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE





---

FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---





---





---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

The student preferred French over


English.


.
, ,
.

Ali, Mahmud, and Uthman preferred to


study hard.
He favors himself [literally: He chooses
himself for good].

to be impressed

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE


--


--

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





--





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL





--





--

Many people with disabilities have been


influenced by the story of Taha Hussein.

We were moved when we heard of the


death of your father.

to take

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---






--




DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL






---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--





---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---





---

?Can I take this book home with me

The story of how I came to be accepted


to college is a fascinating one [literally:
something that takes the heart].

The father and mother dealt severely


with their little girl for playing with the
knife.

to blame

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE













---




FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---






---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

! .

Pardon me [literally: Dont blame me]! I


didnt mean to step on your foot.

Muna reproached her husband for the


way he spoke to her in front of people.
We resent your not [literally: We resent
you for not] inviting us to your graduation
party.


to take
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE













---











---

10

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE













---







DUAL SINGULAR













---











IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---














---

JUSSIVE





PLURAL













---













---

You must take a position with respect to


this problem.

This project has begun to take on a


distinctive shape.

11

Did you adopt the necessary measures


?to face the coming storm

to be late
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form V
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL





---


---


DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Sorry, I have come to you late because


of the traffic jam.

I am trying to get in touch with them to


find out why they were late.

She was angry at him because he was


late in coming to her.

to convey; to accomplish

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

12

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

If you follow this road, it will bring you to


the commercial center.

He who performs a service for others


should not expect anything in return.

13

Do you realize that not committing to


doing the required work will lead to your
?failure

to bind; to capture

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR


---

MASCULINE




--




MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE






14





PLURAL





---





---



.
.

A number of people underwent torture


when they were captured in the war.
This piece of music captivates me.

In this spot, I am caught up in happy


memories.

to assure

Form II
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---


---




DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---





---

15


PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

The director assured the employees that


there would be a pay raise next month.

They confirmed to him that they were


serious about buying the house.
The instructor stresses the importance of
memorizing the new words.

to eat

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

16

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

Im hungry and I want to eat


eat.

.
.

We ate falafel and found it satisfying.

The fire consumed the wood completely.

His uncle encroached on his rights in the


inheritance.

Munir knows how to handle the matter


properly [idiom; literally: from whence the
shoulder is eaten].


to accustom; to unite; to compose

Form II

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---





---

17

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE


---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE



.
.


PLURAL





---





---

Naguib Mahfouz wrote many stories that


reflect the Egyptian reality.
He reconciled them to one another.
?Who can domesticate a lion

18

to confer; to consult; conspire

Form VI

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The worst betrayal occurs when brothers


conspire against each other.

Why are you plotting trouble for your


?friend

to deliberate, conspire

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

19

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


--

--





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

It is only wise that we should consult


before making a decision.
?Why do the nations take false counsel
counsel
][Psalms 2:1

The cabinet ministers carried out the


presidents orders [idiom].

to hope

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR





---






---




---






---

JUSSIVE

20

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE



---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

FEMININE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

IMPERATIVE





---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

?What do you hope to do in the future

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

We hope that the present circumstances


change.

to be safe





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---





--

21

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--



DUAL SINGULAR





--






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---

JUSSIVE





PLURAL





---





---

Every child feels secure when his mother


hugs him.

?Will we be safe from war

I am very glad that you came out safely


from the automobile accident.

22

Form IV

to believe
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

He who has faith will be safe [proverb].

.
.

If a person wants to succeed, he has to


have confidence in his own abilities.
I have confidence in your skills.


to begin; to resume

Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




---

23

PLURAL









---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE




---


PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL









---








---



---

24

JUSSIVE

---

We will begin our meeting next week at


the same time.
Who will resume the work after you
?resign

to support; to confirm

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR


--

MASCULINE


--


MASCULINE

FEMININE



---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





--





--

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





--





--

JUSSIVE

25

?Which of the two ideas will you support

If the young people back this candidate


in the elections, he will win.
We do not endorse this proposal.

. .

to be wretched

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--



---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

This fellow became miserable because


he couldnt find an opportunity for work.
The people were ruined on account of
the volcano.

26


to search

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

--

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE



27

PLURAL









---









---

We searched for you all day but didnt


find you.

.




.

Im going to the library to research the


subject of mans journeys to the moon.

?Can we explore this decision together

to begin

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---



--

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---






---

JUSSIVE






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

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PLURAL






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28

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---






---

The rain started coming down half an


hour ago.

?When does the party begin

We began talking and didnt stop.

to begin
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Most TV channels in the Islamic


countries begin with a reading from the
Holy Quran.

PERFECT

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---



--


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

29

I generally start my day by doing some


physical exercises.

?Can you start the car

Winter set in.

to exchange; to take turns

Form VI

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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---

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR



---

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JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

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---

30

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

They exchanged greetings.

When they were children, they used to


swap sandwiches.

We need to exchange ideas about this


subject.

to express; to disclose

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

31

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

---

---

---


---

JUSSIVE

Why didnt you express your opinion in


?the lecture today

It would be a different world if everyone


would show love to his friend as well as
to his enemy.


.
.

He expressed a desire to go to Tunis.

to be free; to recover
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

Form I
ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

32

---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE



--
--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PERFECT

3
2

PLURAL

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form VI

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


---

--

Do you think he will be cured of his


?illness

---

FEMININE

Sa'id was cleared of all the accusations


that were directed against him.

DUAL SINGULAR

IMPERATIVE

to vie, compete

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

33

Medhat and Ayman will compete in


chess.

Lets not compete but rather cooperate.

The two of them were competing for her


affection.


to be slow; to make slow

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

Dont delay answering my letter, please.

?Why were you so slow in coming

34


to send

Form I
ACTIVE

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---


---


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PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE








---








---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL




---


---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


35








---








---

I sent you a letter, but you didnt answer


me.

My father was sent as a representative


of the president of the republic.

Jews, Christians, and Muslims believe


that God sent prophets and apostles.

it ought to, it should

Form VII

ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE


---------

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


--------IMPERATIVE

-----

MASCULINE
FEMININE

I need to [literally: It is necessary that I]


get a high grade on the exam.
If you want to succeed, you need
constant training.

DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

---------

MASCULINE


--------
-----

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

.
.

Wealthy governments have to confront


poverty.

36

to remain, be left
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL




---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Do you know how much time is left until


?the end of the first half of the match

We have done everything to prepare for


the wedding, and all that remains is to
agree on the decorations.
The children will stay with their
grandmother.

37

to leave behind; to retain, maintain

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---


---

JUSSIVE

38

---

---

Were going out to dinner, so were


going to leave our children with their
aunt.

Im going to keep this book with me.


Why did you retain this chapter in your
?book

to remain
DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE








---

MASCULINE


---


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE
PLURAL

PERFECT

Form V

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Twenty minutes remain until the end of


the tournament.

How many kilometers are left until we


?reach the coast
A lot of the food is left over
over.

39

to reach

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---


--



DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE





--

---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL




---


--

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






40





--

---

My son Safwat will be [literally: will


reach] ten years old next Thursday.
reach

?When did you get to Tripoli

The children tried to reach the birds that


were on the tree.

to build

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---





---


---





---

DUAL SINGULAR





---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

41

IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

---

The pyramids in Egypt were built in the


period of the Old Kingdom.



.
.

Were going to build a hospital for the


treatment of children.

!Come, lets build the future together

Form IX

to be white, become white



ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

---







--


---


---

JUSSIVE


---

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

42

If your sins are like scarlet, they will


become white as snow [Isaiah 1:18].

This is surprising: the flowers have


turned white
white, when their color had been
violet.


:

.

to sell

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



--


,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL






--









--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




--

43



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



--




--

Im going to sell this house for 100,000


dinars.

How long do you think it will take before


?this car is sold

I sold my old computer so I could buy a


newer one.

to explain

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR



---


--

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

44

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

The teachers explained the lesson to


their pupils.
Sometimes it is hard for a person to
distinguish what is permitted from what
is prohibited.

to perceive; to become clear

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

---

45

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE


---


FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE





---





---

I realize [literally: It has become clear to


me] that I was in the wrong.

The investigators tried to get at the truth.


With time, the truth is distinguished from
falsehood.

46

to follow
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT


--


,
DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


--

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





--





--

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL




---

JUSSIVE






47





--





--

!I will follow you wherever you go

You have to comply with the rules of the


road.

Qasim attended classes regularly for a


whole year.

to continue; to pursue

Form III

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL





---






---

48

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--





---

I follow the daily column by Anis Mansur


in the newspaper Al-Ahram.

Can you keep an eye on these patients


?until I return from vacation

The government ministers went along


with the new plan to deal with avian flu.

to follow; to keep an eye on

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

49

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

The director kept an eye on the work on


the new project.

These scholarly organizations


investigate the stages in the growth of
whales.
The journalists will follow up on this
issue.

to follow
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





--




---

50

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--



DUAL SINGULAR





--






IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL




---


--

JUSSIVE





--





--

The state attorney prosecuted the


suspect for murder.

Great earthquakes are succeeded by


weaker earthquakes.

51

to translate

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---


---


DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---


---

JUSSIVE

52

PLURAL





---





---

This book has been translated into many


languages.

This student translated the article from


German.

to leave
PERFECT

MASCULINE



--

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I

---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL









---




---

53

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



--









---

It was not sensible for you two to leave


!your daughter alone in the house

?Can you leave me alone, please

The baby was left in the care of its sister.

to be finished
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form I







---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN







--


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---






** IMPERATIVE





---

*JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

, , , ** Contracted form: ...

54

Finished, with Gods help. Finished,


with praise to God [pious expressions
sometimes found at the end of a book].

.
.

The project was completed [literally: The


completion of the project ended
ended] in a
short span of time.

to destine; to afford

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--




--




DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---







--

55




PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



--




--

If she had taken advantage of the


opportunity that presented itself to her
last year, her situation would have been
completely different.

The company afforded him a great


opportunity.
One of the great means for dealing with
poverty is for charitable organizations to
provide loans to the poor.


to confirm
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form IV
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---





---

JUSSIVE


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

56

PASSIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

All the accusations that were directed at


him were confirmed.

Some believe that time substantiates the


truth of first impressions.

How can we prove to you that we didnt


?break the glass

to except

PERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form X
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




---

57

PLURAL




---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE










---



PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

IMPERFECT
MASCULINE

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE

---






---

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR



PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

---

---

Why does the government exclude


?women from its concern
Please excuse me from this competition.

58

to stir; to excite

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---


--



DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

59



PLURAL





---





---

These developments will stir up many of


the old problems.

.
.

This disclosure raised a number of


neglected questions.
This type of music doesnt excite me.

Form I

to be suitable; to be proper
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---




---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

It behooves us to recall the favors of


God [praise upon Him] to us.
Is it right for you to speak to your father
?in this way

60

to draw; to drag
PERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


---


---



---

*JUSSIVE



** IMPERATIVE


MASCULINE


FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


---


---

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

***JUSSIVE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:


, , , ** Contracted form: ...
, , , , ... *** Contracted form:

61

?Who will haul this table with me

The artist drew the pen over the panel.

That night, I was dragging my feet from


exhaustion.

Form I

to flow, run; to happen

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

---






--



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?What has happened to you

The kids are running in the house.

Everything came off well.

62

Form II

to embody, represent

ACTIVE

PERFECT

3
2
1

IMPERFECT

3
2
1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

































---

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

































---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE






---





---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL

63

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

The play represented reality in an


objective manner.

Can you act out the incident one more


?time
These panels will represent the history of
the Jordanian people.

to put; to make; to effect

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL





---




---

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE













---




64





PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---













---

And we brought Moses the Book and we


made it a guide for the Israelites
[Quran 17:2].

I have set the Lord before me always, for


He is at my right hand; I shall not be moved
[Psalms 16:8].

How did you make this wonderful


organization happen in such a short
?time

to sit

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--






---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

65

..

I like to sit in this spot every time.


Come, lets sit down together to have
a discussion.
Please, sit down here.

to become clear

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE






---

MASCULINE



---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The meaning became clear to me.

.



.

We Copts believe that saints become


manifest in visions.

The thoughts were expressed in clear


words.

66

Form I

to gather
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE









---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE









---

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT



---



JUSSIVE





---





---

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

67

PLURAL









---









---

We have collected fourteen volumes so


far.

Remember that you will gather all these


papers that you are scattering.

Whats the result if you add thirty and


?forty

to assemble, meet
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR















---

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL







---

JUSSIVE












---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL








---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

The church gathers every Sunday at


10 AM.

The trainer got together with the players


to drill the strategy.
Do you know when we meet with the
?president

68

to work hard

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL









---






















---





--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

You have to make an effort in studying.

No independent reasoning in the


presence of a text [Islamic legal maxim].

69

No scholar of Islamic religious law


has applied juridical reasoning to the
problem of genetic engineering until
now.

to answer

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---





---








---

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE


---

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE




---






---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

70



PLURAL



---



---

I dont like the manner in which they


answered you.

All children hope that their desires would


be granted them.

We are going to turn them down [literally:


answer them with denial].

to grant; to reply



PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

---



IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL





---

---


---


71

PLURAL

---



PASSIVE PARTICIPLE


VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

Form X

PLURAL

---




IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---

---




Do you believe that the government will


]respond favorably to [literally: answer
the demonstrations demanding a
?reduction of taxes

We have to grant the workers the raise


that they have demanded.
Did you answer the message that Tamir
?sent you

to interrogate


PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form X
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL


---




---


---




ACTIVE PARTICIPLE


PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

---




IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

72

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

JUSSIVE



---


---




The state prosecutor interrogated the


suspect until he confessed.

Why are you interrogating me? I havent


done anything.

to adjoin
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form III
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR


---


---


PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---




---

JUSSIVE

73

PLURAL



---


---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---




---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE



PLURAL



---


---

I know him very well because I was his


neighbor in Alexandria for five years.

Why dont you share this goal with me


[literally: Arent you by my side in this
?]goal

Ill be sharing the office with you [literally:


Ill be your neighbor in the office] until
they fix up my office.

to pass; to be allowed; to be possible

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

74



---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE




--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE




---








FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---



--

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

JUSSIVE



---



--

Perhaps [literally: It may be that] he did


not see you.

!We passed the exam; we have to party

He fell for the trick [literally: The trick


passed over him].

75

to pass, exceed

Form VI
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE






---

MASCULINE




---






MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--










76

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

It is past 3 oclock [literally: 3 oclock


has passed
passed].

Did the ball go beyond the end line of the


?field

The accomplishments of this government


will surpass all expectations.

to traverse; to overcome

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---






FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

--

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--



---

77





PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---













---

If Lucy comes through this crisis well, she


will go back to working for the company.

It is not permitted to any individual


to cross the border unless he has an
entry visa with him.

I didnt know that Id have to go this way


[literally: pass on this road].

Form I

to come
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

* IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL


---





---

________________________

* These are merely theoretical forms of this verbs imperative. Normally the imperative of the
is used instead. verb

78

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---




---

We came from Germany last month.

He was very sad when they brought him


][literally: when they came to him with
news of his fathers death.

.

.

The newspaper reported [literally: The


report came in the newspaper] about
their marriage.

Suad brought [literally: came with] the


truthful report.

to love

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form IV
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


---

---




79

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

*JUSSIVE




--





DUAL SINGULAR



---


** IMPERATIVE


MASCULINE


FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


---



---

---





--

***JUSSIVE

I love you.
?What would you like to drink

Children like to eat sweets.

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

** Contracted form: ...


, , ,

, , , , *** Contracted form:

80

* to argue
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




--

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE

VERBAL NOUN

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL



---

IMPERATIVE

ACTIVE

---



ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

MASCULINE

Form III

FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

--




--









---

JUSSIVE









---




PLURAL

________________________

* This verb is conjugated here using the usual contracted forms in most tenses. Alternatively, uncontracted forms

may be used. Because these are perfectly regular, it is enough to give their principal parts: perfect,
;
imperfect,

or
. In the following examples,
; verbal noun,
; active participle,
; passive participle,
the uncontracted forms are shown in parentheses alongside the more usual contracted forms.

81

In liberal thought, there is no such thing


as dont argue and dont quarrel.


( .


)

(


)

?Can a creature argue with his creator


This generation of scholars will dispute
the ancient beliefs concerning the origin
of the cosmos.



(
)


.

to define; to appoint
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---





FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

DUAL SINGULAR

Form II

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---

--82

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---













---

The meaning of the word globalization


has not been defined in this study.

The government will designate new


ambassadors in the near future.
The division director did not name me
as one of the group he chose to travel to
Syria.


to happen

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE








---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









--









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

83

?Can you tell me what happened


happened

Many changes will occur on the basis of


your decision.

?How did this disaster come about

to speak, talk

PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---





--

MASCULINE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

FEMININE









---

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form V

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE









?Can I speak with you

Why dont you speak to the director


?about this problem
Id like to discuss the future with you.

84

to warn
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT




---






DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---




---

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form II

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE











85



---



---

The United Nations warned of an


environmental disaster in the future.

All fathers and mothers caution their


children not to play with knives.

I warned you, but you didnt listen to


what I said.

to preserve; to win

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--




--







DUAL SINGULAR

Form IV

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL








--



---

86

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




--



---

Who won the Spanish league title in soccer



?this year

What are the goals youd like to achieve


?this year

to desire, aspire

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Watch this suitcase until I return.

Form I
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---





---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

87

I really want to set a new record in this


race.

The government ministers aspire to do


their duty toward the people.
?Will you be sure to attend the party

to honor

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL








--




---






DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








--

88













---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---













---

Children have respect for their parents.

The community respected him because he


served them sincerely.

We have to hold the director in respect.

to perceive; to feel

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form IV
ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---










---

*JUSSIVE





---

PLURAL





---



** IMPERATIVE






MASCULINE







FEMININE

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

** Contracted form: ...

,
,

,

89

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---











---

*JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---


?Do you grasp what Im saying

We sense the lack of honesty in your


words.

We heard the sound of thunder this


morning.

Form I

to compute, reckon


ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--





---


PLURAL

________________________

* Contracted form:
...
,
,
,
,

90

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE





---







---



IMPERATIVE





MASCULINE







FEMININE
,






,
,

PASSIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE






---


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--




JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---






---


We tried to calculate the cost of the trip


several times but failed.

Well charge the new ball to you.

Have you counted how many chairs we


?need

91


to do well

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE






---









FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

--

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---



---
















IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--
















92

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---



---

!You have done well

I am sure you will sing well.


well

The government did not deal well with the


earthquake crisis.


to gather, mobilize

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE































---

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

93




---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE




---



































---

The team assembled all its players for


the World Cup.

The company will mobiliz


mobilize all its
financial resources to win the new
bidding contest.

to be confined; to restrict oneself




ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL












--

Form VII

PLURAL








---




JUSSIVE













---





IMPERATIVE







MASCULINE






FEMININE

94

Admission tickets are restricted to


members of the club only.

The meal was limited to vegetables only.

to occur; to attain, get


Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--






---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

What happened to [i.e., Whats wrong


?with] the TV

When will you receive your bachelors


degree? I will get it next May.

95

The al-Salm Charitable Association


received a sizable loan from the bank.


to be present; to attend

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---






---








DUAL SINGULAR






---

JUSSIVE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

IMPERFECT
MASCULINE

PLURAL

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






---
















96





---

?Will you be at the next meeting

I attended the lecture, but I didnt


understand a thing.

It would be nice if you would be present


on the day of the interview.



to preserve; to mind, heed

Form III

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---





---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL

---


JUSSIVE

---



IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

The museum preserved many relics.

!Watch what you say


The people of olden times used
to preserve their [literally: the] customs
and traditions.

97

to throng together; to celebrate


Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

People gathered to see the president.

The couple celebrated their third


anniversary.

His mind was full of many worries.

to investigate, examine; to determine, Form II


verify; to affirm
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




98









---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---



---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL









---









---

Officer Sharif Umar is the one who is


investigating this complaint.

They are still looking into the matter.


Do you believe that this matter has been
?investigated sufficiently

99

to be realized; to prove true


Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL











---







---


JUSSIVE











---



ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL









---



IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

Do you feel frustrated because your


?dreams didnt come true

Do you believe that their prophecies


?will come true

I verified that all those invited were


present.

to arbitrate; to govern

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




100













---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

FEMININE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR
















---

IMPERATIVE









---

FEMININE




---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---









---

You have to judge with justice.

He was sentenced to death.

Let God be the judge between us.

101

to untie; to solve; to release

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

3
2
1

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR








---

MASCULINE








--

MASCULINE

FEMININE









---


** IMPERATIVE


MASCULINE


FEMININE

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE









---

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL









---









---




---

***JUSSIVE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:


, , ,** Contracted form: ...
, , , , ... *** Contracted form:

Note that this verb has the same root as the following verb. The two verbs are distinguished only by the
characteristic vowel of the second radical, which in this case is u.

102

Dont release the donkey from its place.

?Who will solve this problem

to alight; to take the place of

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

--

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL









---









---

---

*JUSSIVE











** IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Wealth may take the place of poverty.

He took over the position of director.

The eating of pork is not permitted in the


religious law of the Muslims or the Jews.

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

, , , ** Contracted form: ...


Note that this verb has the same root as the preceding verb. The two verbs are distinguished only
by the characteristic vowel of the second radical, which in this case is i.

103

to occupy

PERFECT

MASCULINE

--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form VIII






---

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE













---









---











** IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---

PLURAL













---




PLURAL

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

** Contracted form: ...


, , ,

104

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

*JUSSIVE

--









---

Economic problems occupy the first


position in the governments priorities.


.
.

I will occupy the first rank among the


students.
The United Kingdom occupied many
countries during the age of imperialism.

to carry

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE




---




MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

105

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

It has become normal in the Middle East to


see fathers carrying their children.


.



.

Every child carries a backpack full of


heavy books to school.

These children hold their parents in esteem


[literally: bear feelings of esteem toward
their parents].

Can you take responsibility for feeding the


?goldfish at my house

to endure; to take upon oneself


Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR









---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

106













---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE



.
.

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

IMPERATIVE









---

FEMININE




---


















---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

The saints suffered many torments on


account of their religion.
I have to assume responsibility for training
them.
Who will take responsibility for the
?children

My father took over the cost of the trip.

107


to need
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE





---






MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE











---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form VIII

JUSSIVE

PLURAL














---

















---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL


















---






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

108

JUSSIVE

PLURAL














---









---

?Who needs help

We need to buy milk every day.

Athletes will need specialists in natural


healing.

to transform
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








---




---






DUAL SINGULAR

Form II

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL













---








---

109

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---













---

Can you change the color yellow to the


?color orange

I have turned my attention from the matter.

Please transfer $1,000 to my son in


Damascus.

to attempt, try

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

110

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE








---

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

I tried to get in touch with you, but I didnt


find you.

Were going to try to go to the game.


Lets try to phone him again; maybe hes
sleeping.

to contain, encompass

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

111


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

This book contains five chapters.

The program included a number of folk


songs.

Now the challenge is how are you going


to handle [literally: encompass] this
?situation

112

Form I

to draw near (time)


ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

-------

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR


------JUSSIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT





-------

------
-----

IMPERATIVE

-----

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

It is now time [literally: The time


has come] for the evening call to prayer.

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Havent they understood yet [literally:


Hasnt the time come for them to
understand] what Im saying?

I happened to turn around [literally:


The time for turning came] to the boy just
when he was drowning [literally: and he
was drowning].

113

* to live
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR




---



---



---

MASCULINE




--

**

--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Long live the king [literally: May the king


!]live

Who among us will live until the third


?millennium

Deal with this world as if you are going


to live forever, and deal with the next
world as if you are going to die tomorrow
[Hadith].

________________________

.
* This verb also occurs in the form
The only difference in the conjugation is the perfect
. third-person feminine singular

** This participle is usually replaced by the adjective

114

to greet
PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form II

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---


---



IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE


115



---



---

Muslims greet one another by saying,


Peace be upon you.

!God preserve you


to inform
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form IV
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

--




---







DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--



---

116





PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---



---

?Who told you that

The director informed us of the date of the


trip.
?Why dont you tell us the truth


to finish
PERFECT

3
2

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form VIII

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL
















---
















---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

117

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL
















---
















---

Prayers conclude with the word amen.

?How will you end the meeting

?Why dont you wrap up this topic

to serve

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE













---






---

118

PLURAL

*IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE




---

DUAL SINGULAR













---











IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

Atif has done [literally: served


served] many
favors for Salah.

Father Georgius will celebrate [literally:


serve] Mass tomorrow.

We have to cultivate the arid land until we


realize the harvest.

________________________

, and so on. * The imperfect may also be conjugated with u as the middle vowel:

119


to use; to employ

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form X
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---









---



MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
DUAL

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE


















---


SINGULAR

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

VERBAL NOUN







---


MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

PLURAL





















---


120

PLURAL






















---

JUSSIVE









---


You can use my dictionary.

If you hire a mechanic to fix the car, you


will pay him a lot of money.

Many people in Cairo make use of the


public buses.

to go out

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

!I dont know how we got out of that fix

?When do you [pl.] get out of school

Whatever they say to you, dont deviate


from your noble morals.

121

to fear

PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I



---

DUAL SINGULAR


---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

122

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

?Do you fear God

I m afraid youll forget me.

Some children are afraid of dogs.

to specify, designate; to distinguish



Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR


















---


MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---




JUSSIVE

---




PASSIVE PARTICIPLE


VERBAL NOUN

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE











---




MASCULINE

PLURAL

PLURAL

--

123

PLURAL

---




IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE











---



---




The seats in front are designated for the


prime minister and his assistants.

We need to devote a lot of time to this


lesson.


to be distinguished; to have as

a special function

Form VIII

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR

DUAL























---








--

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE









---









---






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE


**










________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

** Contracted form:

124

PASSIVE
PERFECT

SINGULAR

DUAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

MASCULINE

FEMININE






MASCULINE











FEMININE



---






2
1

2
1

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE


FEMININE



--














---

IMPERFECT

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE















---




This court has jurisdiction over criminal


cases.

Muhsin took over this car for himself.

These players will specialize in defense.


to defer, submit

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL








--





















---

PLURAL

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

125

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE





















---


































---






--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

It is hard for a person to accept his fate.

The patient underwent medical tests.

The citizens obey the traffic law.



to draw a line; to designate, delimit Form II
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

---


MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL






---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

126

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

---


















---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

---






---














---

The girl drew calligraphy lines in her


notebook.

The girl penciled her eyebrows.


Has the government mapped out the
?streets in this new town

Many people live their lives without


making a plan.


to hide; to disappear

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

127


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE



--



---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The book was right in front of me, but


it disappeared.

Imad was at the party, but he disappeared


from sight.

Now its your turn to hide.


to pass through, permeate; to intervene Form V
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---



---

128

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

Water seeped into the whole [literally: the


sides of the] house.

He was thrown into doubt [literally: doubt


permeated him].
I think that this new paragraph will be
inserted into the program between the
second and third paragraphs.


to leave behind

Form II
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---



129


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE.
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




--



---

JUSSIVE


PLURAL


---


---

King Hussein appointed his son King


Abdullah as his successor to replace him.

?Why do you leave garbage behind

Some families in the Arab world today


have [literally: leave behind
behind] only two
children.

130



to disagree, differ
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I disagree with your opinion [literally: with


the two of you in opinion].

This car is different from the other with


regard to speed.

People differ in the way they raise their


children.

to create

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---




131

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---





DUAL SINGULAR











IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---




---


---

JUSSIVE




PLURAL



---


---

In the beginning, God created the heavens


and the earth [Genesis 1:1].

Outstanding ideas are only created after


a struggle.

I am creating for you the image of a bird


out of clay [Quran 3:49].

132


to plunge; to become absorbed

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE






---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---

DUAL SINGULAR

---






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE



133

PLURAL



---



---

The nations entered [literally: plunged into


the flood of] the war.

Every one of us is subject to [literally:


immersed in] difficult circumstances.

Will you tackle [literally: plunge into] this


?experiment or not


to fear

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



--





---



,
,

JUSSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---



---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL




---



---


134

IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE





---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---

I am afraid of death.
They are both afraid of separation.

You shouldnt be afraid of the future.

to grant, confer
PERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



--


MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form II
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

135

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

The family has granted me financial


independence.

He was accorded the right to drive the car.

to betray

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE











136

PLURAL



---



---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---




--

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

JUSSIVE

I will never break a promise.

to manage
3

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---

Dont betray your wife.

MASCULINE



---

Being betrayed by your closest friend


makes you feel insecure.

PERFECT

Form II
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

137

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

IMPERATIVE



---

FEMININE


--


FEMININE

JUSSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

Fawziya is the one who organized this trip.


The storekeeper asked me to manage his
store until his return from out of town.
?Who will cover all these needs

138

to enter

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



--


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE




---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE






139



PLURAL





---





---

?When did you come into this place

My boy Imad will enter a new school next


year.

!I came in by the door, not by the window

to study

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---



---


DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---




---

140



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---









---

?What are you studying at the university

?How many hours will we study today

We studied this subject last week.

Form I

to call; to invite; to pray


ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

141

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---

JUSSIVE

It is terrible to hear a mother cursing


[literally: praying against
against] her child.

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---

If you are in trouble, pray to God to relieve


you of it.

DUAL SINGULAR

---

Basim has invited us to attend his


wedding to Sara.

to allege

PLURAL

Form VIII
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

142





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---

DUAL SINGULAR






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

The student claimed that he was sick.

Fatima sued Mahrus for harassing her.

Who claims that she can beat me at


?chess

143

to drive away, push; to pay

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


--

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






144



PLURAL





---





---

?Who will pay the bill

Can you help me by pushing [literally: and


?push] the car from behind
push

The government supported [literally:


pushed the cart of] manufacturing.


to defend

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---


,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

145





---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

The lawyer didnt agree to defend the


suspect.

The players defended their goal


vigorously.

I expected you to defend me in front of the


boss.

to indicate

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---





---

*JUSSIVE



** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

, , ,** Contracted form: ...

146

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL



---





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---





---

*JUSSIVE

All indications point to the success of the


deal.

He who has lost his way needs someone


to point out to him where to go.

to express, utter

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

---

PLURAL

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

147

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The foreign minister uttered a new


declaration about the problem of Darfur.

We have to express our opinions freely.

to destroy
PERFECT

MASCULINE


--


MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form II

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

148

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE

to revolve
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

Dont let frustration ruin your [pl.] future.

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

The bombs destroyed the whole city.

PERFECT

PLURAL



---


--

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

149

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


-- ,

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The earth and the other planets revolve


around the sun.

The days came and went [literally: turned


and returned].

!About-face

!
!

Why are you beating around the bush


[literally: twisting and turning
turning]? Speak
!openly
]Calamity overtook [literally: rolled around
them.

to turn; to manage
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR



---


--


Form IV
ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

150

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---

---


---

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

The man turned his head to see what had


happened.

?Can you start the car

The broadcaster conducted the discussion


eloquently.

Form I

to last
ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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---

PLURAL

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--

151

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


--


--
,








--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?How long will the interview last


last

As long as you keep on playing this way,


you will lose.

As long as I am [literally: while I continue


being] with you, I feel happy.
being

to condemn; to lend

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





--


--

JUSSIVE

152

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---


--

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

I have lent my friend some money.


All the governments in the world
condemned the violent acts in Darfur.

?Will the murderer be condemned or not

to store
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---




---

153

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE


--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE




--






FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

Many children save up some money to


buy sweets with.



.


.

Mahmud saved up a lot of money to buy a


new car.

154

to mention, say
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--



FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE






155



PLURAL





---





---

?Why didnt you mention that I was present

The spokesman in the name of the prime


minister said that the government would
give a raise to employees.

All the actresses in the film were


mentioned by name except for Yusra.

to remind
PERFECT

MASCULINE


--



MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form II

---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

--156



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--





---

Please remind me what your name is


[literally: remind me of your name].

We have to remind the teacher of the date


of the trip.

This scene brings to mind painful


memories.

to remember
PERFECT

3
2

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---


MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE



---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form V

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

157

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

?Did you remember to bring the book

Unfortunately, I didnt remember to phone


the doctor.

We must remember our past because we


learn from it.

Form I

to go
ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

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---

158





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---


--





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?Where did you go after the lecture

Gone with the wind [literally: It vanished


with the wind].

Some people go to the cemeteries on


festival days to visit their dead.

to disseminate, broadcast

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---



--

JUSSIVE

159

PLURAL






--









--

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL




---


--

JUSSIVE

Radio al-Sharq will broadcast Umm


Kulthums song You Are My Life.
Have you two publicized your
?engagement yet

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR








--

The news of the war spread fear in


peoples hearts.

to be in charge





--

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---




--160

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---




DUAL SINGULAR









---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--



---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL









---









---

The new director will chair the next


meeting of the administrative board.
Who was president of Egypt before the
present president, Muhammad Husni
?Mubarak

161

to see
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

3
2
1

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---


---

JUSSIVE

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

162

PLURAL

---

---

Did you see the full moon the night of the


?fourteenth

Ive seen you before, but I dont remember


where.

I consider it my duty to visit my


grandfather.

I dont agree with you [literally: I dont see


your opinion] about that.

to show
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form IV
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

163

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

?Can you show me this picture


?Do you think hell come tomorrow

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---

---

Id like to show you the flat I live in.


to tie, connect

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


164

PLURAL








---

---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL








---

---

We will join the two cities by building a


bridge that will pass over the river.

.

!
.

My son at four years old has learned to tie


!his shoes
Im trying to link this study with the actual
reality.


to commit oneself; to be connected

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




--165





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I love you and I want to be joined with you


in marriage.

Why have you bound yourself with this


?appointment

]Mahmud will be in touch [colloquial


with you by telephone to discuss these
changes.
Do you have a boyfriend [literally: Are you
connected/engaged
?]connected/engaged

to be arranged; to result

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








---

---

166

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---


--








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Can an appointment be arranged for me


?with the professor

You dont know what the consequences of


your actions will be.

Everyone must bear the consequences


of [literally: what follows from] their
decisions.

to return
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---


---

JUSSIVE






167

PLURAL





---





---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Migratory birds return to their homelands.

He came back to his senses before


committing a terrible error.

The word dinar derives from [literally:


goes back to] Latin.

to hope
PERFECT

3
2

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE



, ,

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form I

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




--


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

168

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL







---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

Every student hopes to succeed in the


exam.

.
!

Please [literally: I wish you would] listen


!to me
What are you hoping for as a result of
?these discussions

Form II

to welcome; to widen

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---

--

169

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

We welcome you to Alexandria.

The executive committee welcomed the


new plan.

May God grant you relief [literally: widen


your narrow straits].

to have mercy
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL









---


---

JUSSIVE

170

PLURAL








---








---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---


---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL








---








---

May God have mercy on him [eulogy used


after naming someone who has died].

God bless you [literally: May God have


mercy on you]! [said to someone who has
]sneezed
We have to be merciful toward one
another so as to overcome hatred.

The court spared him from the death


sentence.

171

Form I

to return, turn back; to reply


ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---


---

*JUSSIVE


** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---

PLURAL

---

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---



PLURAL

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:


, , ,** Contracted form: ...

172

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

*JUSSIVE


---

---

You have to return the greeting when


someone greets you.

.
.

I dont know how to repay all your favors


to me.
The army repulsed the enemy.

to send

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR


---




---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , ,... * Contracted form:

173

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

Did the e-mail that I sent you yesterday


?reach you

] [

The United Nations will send a new


delegate to the south of Sudan.

Form I

to draw, describe; to prescribe



ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

174

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---


---

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---





---

?Does fate ordain the future of each of us

PERFECT

PLURAL

This painting that you are drawing is nice.

DUAL SINGULAR

to approve

Who gave you the right to draw the lines of


?our relationship

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

175


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---




,

,

DUAL SINGULAR



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

May God be pleased with him [Islamic


eulogy].

.




.

All a lover wants is for his beloved


to be pleased with him.

?Do you condone all this injustice

176

to take into consideration; to observe Form III


ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---




---




DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

--


---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

177





---



--

You have to be considerate of the feelings


of others.

I respected his feelings.

If you dont comply with the regulations,


you will pay a fine.

to desire

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL








---








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?What do you want to be in the future

The minister of transportation wants


additional trains.

.

.

My children avoid [literally: desire away


from] homework.

The sick man couldnt stand [literally:


desired away from] food.

178


to reject, refuse
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

FEMININE

PASSIVE




---


---


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

---


FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I

JUSSIVE

179

PLURAL


---


---

Sara refused to answer Mushirs question.

Do not turn down someone who comes to


you in need.

.

.

to lift
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


--



DUAL SINGULAR

I cant deny a request of yours.

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





--





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





--




---

180



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--





--

Why has the government raised the price


?of fuel

If you want to ask a question, please raise


your hand.

Dont raise your voice.

!Be proud [literally: Lift your head], brother

Music elevates a persons romantic


feelings.

to rise
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---


---

181

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The waves in the Red Sea will rise higher


than usual by two meters.

The price of meat went up last month.


to accompany
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form III
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---






---

182


PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

Do you want to accompany me [literally:


?accompany the road for me] to the library
?Who will go with the children tomorrow

Mahmud accompanied Fatima on her trip


from Madrid to Rabat.

to ride

PERFECT

3
2

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form I

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL








---








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

183

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL







---


---

JUSSIVE

?Have you ever ridden a camel before

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE








---

I took [literally: rode] the bus from its first


station.

DUAL SINGULAR








---

Most farmers ride donkeys to the fields.

to perpetrate

PLURAL

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL










---

184





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

We have committed many errors in your


regard.

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE










---





---

What crimes did you commit that the police


?arrested you for

185

)to set up; to concentrate (transitive

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--



FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE


--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

JUSSIVE






186



PLURAL





---





---

The workers set up this pillar in the ground.

The pupil concentrated his thoughts on


study.

)to concentrate (intransitive

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---

---






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The acid was concentrated in the solution.


Were they concentrated [in one place] for
?the work, or were they scattered about

Ready [literally: concentrate]! [starters


]command in an athletic match

187

to throw
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

188





---





---

The children throw the ball to one another.

!Dont discard the garbage into the street

!Dont throw the responsibility onto me

to fluctuate, alternate

Form VI

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL







---



---

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The temperature will fluctuate between 30


and 35 degrees tomorrow during the day.
We alternate between going to the
stadium and watching on TV.

189

to want, intend
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE



---


--

MASCULINE

FEMININE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form IV
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---





---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

190



PLURAL

---

---

What do you want to do tomorrow after


?work


.
.

I only intend what is good for you.


I mean by it that I love you.

to tell, relate
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

191

---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---

---

?Who will tell the children a story tonight

The fathers told us of many events of the


past.

Abu Bakr reported many traditions in the


name of the Prophet, may God bless him
and grant him peace.

to drink ones fill


PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

-- ,

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The thirsty man quenched his thirst.

.
192

to be crowded, teem

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---




---



--

JUSSIVE



MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

It appears that your appointment book


for next week will be crowded with
appointments.
?Why is your mind crowded with thoughts

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR









---

The streets were crowded with cars.

PERFECT









---

IMPERATIVE

to sow

PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---



--

193

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--







IMPERATIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---



--



--

DUAL SINGULAR



--


--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

JUSSIVE

What do you sow in your fields? This


season well sow cotton.
What a person sows, he reaps.

194

to be paired
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN







---

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE








MASCULINE
FEMININE

to supply, equip
3

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

The people paired off two by two.


Her sufferings were doubled because of
the death of her father and husband in a
single accident.

MASCULINE





---

Poverty and sickness were joined.

DUAL SINGULAR





---

IMPERATIVE

PERFECT

PLURAL



---

Form II
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

195

---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE



PLURAL

---

---

The government supplied the market


with a number of food necessities in
preparation for the arrival of the month of
Ramadan.

?Can you provide us with fuel

We have to provide this office with


materials to withstand fire.

196

to visit
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---


---

JUSSIVE

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

197



PLURAL

---

---

One of the most beautiful songs of the


Lebanese singer Fayruz is the song
Visit Me Once a Year.

-
- .

In the Middle East, people visit their


relatives and friends during festivals.

The Moroccan president will be visited by


his Libyan counterpart.

to increase, exceed

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---





---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

198

---


PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---

---

The burden of making a livelihood


has increased for the average citizen
following the rise in prices.

Id like to know why your monthly salary


has increased
increased.

The price of this building is only [literally:


does not exceed
exceed] 200,000 guineas.

Dont increase the pressure on him to join


us.

to increase

Form VI
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

199

PLURAL





---

---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The number of applicants for this position


has increased at an unexpected rate.

His hopes to participate in the next match


increased after he heard praise from his
trainer.

to grow, multiply

Form VIII
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


--

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





--



--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Hind cried more and more [literally:


increased in crying].

Demand for this product increased.


increased
The love between them grew.
grew

200

to abate; to cease

*Form I and
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE

-----

MASCULINE
FEMININE

He is still talking [literally: hasnt stopped


talking].

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR





---


---

PERFECT

MASCULINE

--

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

The world is still [literally: does not stop


being] fine.
being

The sorrow has abated.

________________________

* The conjugation is given for the very common verb from the root, ( to cease), which is used
only with negations as an idiom that expresses an action or state that has not been completed,
as in the first and second examples here. The other root, ( to abate), is conjugated like .

201

to ask

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---




---



,
DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---




---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


202



PLURAL



---



---

Why dont you ask the teacher about this


?subject

Children ask many questions that require


creative answers.
?May I ask you for your name

to ask one another, inquire


Form VI

ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE












---

MASCULINE

PERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---



--

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Everyone is wondering about the source


of this commotion.

What is the problem that you are asking


?about in this study

203

to cause

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

Form II

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--



---

JUSSIVE



204

PLURAL


---


---

The storms brought about a paralysis of


through traffic.

You caused the loss of this opportunity for


me.

to be the cause of


PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---



--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form V
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

These gifts were the reason the children


were happy.

This problem is to blame for the lovers


separating.

205

to precede

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT




---




---



DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

FEMININE










MASCULINE

MASCULINE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I

206

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

In many Arabic books, the books contents


precede its table of contents.

The latest assemblies were preceded by a


number of preparatory meetings.

I got to the university ahead of you by half


an hour today.

The question is, who will arrive at a cure


?for avian flu first
first

to record, register


PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE






---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form II
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

207

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE






---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

Most singers record their songs at the


Rutana studios.

History has not recorded all the details of


events.
The player scored a goal.

to be fluent; to be harmonious

Form VII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR

DUAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL


















---




208

PLURAL

---



IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

---





---

---



IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

My thoughts are in harmony with the


thoughts of this book.

Did the children get along well together, or




?were there quarrels

to retreat, withdraw


Form VII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

SINGULAR

DUAL




---


DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

---





JUSSIVE

---








---

PLURAL

--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

209

Why did the team withdraw from the


?match

The minister of foreign affairs confirmed


that his country will withdraw from the
negotiations.

The army retreated.


retreated

Form II

to block up; to defray

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE




---





MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

210


---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---









---

The high dam in Egypt dams the water of


the annual inundation.

The water of the flood blocked all of the


roads.

The man paid his brothers debts.

to make happy; (passive) to rejoice

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---

--

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE




--



---

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
,

,
...
,

211

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

,
,

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

* IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

**JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

I am delighted [literally: It makes me


happy] to work with you.
happy

Wajih was happy [literally: was made


happy] when he heard that he had passed
happy
the test.

We will be happy [literally: It will make


us happy
happy] as a family to accept you as a
husband for our daughter.

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
,
,
...

** Contracted form:
,
,
,

...
,

212

to hasten

PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---





MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form III

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FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

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PLURAL













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IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

All the news media hurried to the scene of


the accident.

The rescue workers are racing to save the


wounded.

Every employee hurries to stand in the line



for payment of salaries.
.

Form III

to help

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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

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?Can you help me lift this table, please

UNESCO provides aid to some nations in


protecting their antiquities.

This rights organization contributed to the


liberation of women.

214

Form I

to strive, proceed; to run after

ACTIVE
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VERBAL NOUN

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--

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PLURAL





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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Hadi is striving to get a travel visa to the


United States.

Why isnt the state taking steps to solve


?the problem of education

Many poor people struggle to cover the


basic necessities.

The police chased the robber, but he got


away.

215


to travel

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MASCULINE




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--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

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---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form III

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I dream of traveling to China.


?On which airline will you travel

When was the last time you traveled to


?Beirut

to disclose; to result in; to shine


Form IV

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216


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FEMININE

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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The investigations disclosed the company


directors involvement in the crime of
bribery.
We dont know what will result from the
negotiations.

.


.

His face shone.


to fall; to be abolished

Form I

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---


217

JUSSIVE

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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--


,

IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE



?How did this giant fall
fall

The coach fell into a number of technical


errors.

I failed the exam.

The soldier fell in battle.

to be tranquil; to dwell

Form I

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1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

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PLURAL




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, , *

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



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IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

________________________

* The verbal noun


and
are
; is associated with the meaning to be tranquil
associated with the meaning to dwell.

218

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PLURAL



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The night was tranquil


tranquil.

?Where do you live in Cairo

The stormy waves abated.


abated

The politician trusted in the journalist.

Form II

to deliver; to greet

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219









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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
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PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE









---

JUSSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE





---

FEMININE




---



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JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

The mailman handed him the letter.

The suspects handed themselves over to


the police.

He greeted her warmly [literally: with a


warm greeting].

Please give my regards to your children.

Poor people resign themselves to God


[literally: turn their affairs over to God; i.e.,
they accept their fate].

The Prophet of God, may God bless him and


give him peace [common Islamic formula
when mentioning the prophet Muhammad].
220

to receive; to take over


Form V

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PLURAL






--

JUSSIVE





















---





PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR












---












---

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






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---


221

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---

Did you receive the letters that came


?yesterday

Husni Mubarak took over the reins of


government in Egypt after the death of
Anwar al-Sadat.

The watchman took charge of the keys of


the prison.

Form I

to allow

ACTIVE
PERFECT

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MASCULINE

FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL




---




---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

God forbid [literally: May God not permit], I .



had no intention at all of offending you.
The doctors permitted him to eat some
foods after the operation.

With your permission [literally: If only


you would permit
permit], may I use your mobile
?phone

222

to hear

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MASCULINE




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MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---




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223

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PLURAL













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---

?Did you hear what I said

Some children dont listen to what their


parents say.
I heard the trains whistle.

to listen, hear

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR

DUAL

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL








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---




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SINGULAR

DUAL








---

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

224

PLURAL


















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IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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JUSSIVE




---

Do you listen to the songs of Abd al-Halim


?Hafiz

Do not heed the voice of hatred.

The physician listens to the sound of the


heartbeat.

to name

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form II
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR


















---

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PLURAL





---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---
















---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

225

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

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FEMININE

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PLURAL





---



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JUSSIVE

PLURAL









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---

?What did you name your daughter

Invoke God over him [literally: Name


God over him, i.e., by reciting the Islamic
, religious formula
i.e., In the name of God, the merciful and
benevolent].

He was named president of the


organization.

to support

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

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PLURAL

226


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE




---





FEMININE

JUSSIVE


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


---


---

The prime minister needs someone to


support him in amending the constitution.



.
.


---

Well back you to the end.


I did not hesitate in [making] this decision
because my wife supported me in making
it.

227

to lean; to trust

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE





---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE














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PLURAL





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--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

On what foundation did your argument


?rest in this study

Lean on this wall.

to give a share; to participate



Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL





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228

PLURAL

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FEMININE

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1
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VERBAL NOUN

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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Practical studies contributed to


the development of the theoretical
assumptions.

All members of the party had a share in


winning the championship.

to harm

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

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PLURAL





---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

229

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--




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JUSSIVE

Dont wrong your country.



.
.

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






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to be annoyed



---

PLURAL

Mufid hurt Ihabs reputation when he


accused him of pilfering.
Pardon me for thinking ill [literally: harming
the thought
thought] of you.

Form VIII
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

230

PLURAL






--

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




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--









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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The director was displeased by the


report that was written about the
company.



.
.

Dont take offense at what I just said.

Form I

to rule, predominate

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE




---


, ,

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

231

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---




---

JUSSIVE

3
2

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

ACTIVE



---

FEMININE

Form I

FEMININE



---

Who will be master of Somalia is unclear


at this time.

PERFECT



---

Complaining prevailed amid the group.

to equal

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

232

PLURAL


---



---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

FEMININE



---

FEMININE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

This house is worth 100,000 riyals.

.

.

This is worthless [literally: worth nothing].

What you have lost is worth more than all


the money in the world [literally: All the
money in the world is not equal to what
you have lost].

to be equal; to make equal

Form III

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

233


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

One plus one equals two.

You cannot put the good and the bad


on an equal footing.

234

to travel

PERFECT

MASCULINE




---


--
,
,

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

How shall we go to the restaurant? Well


go on foot.

Im afraid that the projects might not go as


we planned.
?How did the trip go

]March! [military command

The work is in full swing [literally: is going


on foot and shank].

The woman lived a life of probity [literally:


traveled a good life course].

235


to control

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL



---





---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I

PLURAL






---

JUSSIVE






--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

Terror took hold of all the people of the


town.

Does freedom mean that no one controls


?you

Do you think that the government will


take charge of the problem of health
?insurance

236


to condemn

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE






---

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE





---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

IMPERFECT

PASSIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE



MASCULINE





---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE


---

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

237

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

Many governments have condemned the


violence that is taking place in the world.

We condemn and denounce the torture of


prisoners.

Dont criticize something about which you


dont know all the details.

to encourage

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

PERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE










---

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE

PASSIVE

















---






















MASCULINE

PLURAL

PLURAL











---




DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

MASCULINE

ACTIVE

VERBAL NOUN

Form II

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE












---



238

PLURAL

















---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



































---

















---

These words of praise have heartened me.



.
.

to strengthen
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




--



FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

The pupil needs someone to encourage


him to apply himself to studying.
The matchs spectators cheered their team
on warmly.

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

*JUSSIVE



---


---




** IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL









________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

,
,
,
** Contracted form: ...

239

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE


--

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

*JUSSIVE

---

---

PLURAL

The mother strengthened her


sons resolution.

Passengers in cars fasten seat belts.

The consolers gripped his hand at his


fathers funeral.


to be strong; to intensify

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL







---

---

________________________

...
,
,
,

,
* Contracted form:

240

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

*JUSSIVE



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

His illness took a turn for the worse.

to drink
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

3
2
1

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR


**

The heat became intense


intense, and people fled
to the beaches.

PERFECT

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




--


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

,
...
,
,
,

* Contracted form:


** Contracted form:

241

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




--


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

What would you like to drink


?drink

Dont smoke [literally: drink smoke] in


closed places.

Lets drink a toast to the bride and groom.

) to expose, make clear; open (the heart Form I


ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR







---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

242









---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR









---

IMPERATIVE







---

FEMININE


---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

The teacher explained the lesson to the


students.

A sunny day makes me happy [literally:


expands my chest].

If you want to delight [literally: to open the


heart of] your wife, buy her presents.

243



to stipulate

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

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FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

PLURAL




















---










---



DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

JUSSIVE

VERBAL NOUN

ACTIVE








---

MASCULINE

Form VIII






---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL











---




















---


---

244

JUSSIVE


---

We stipulated that they come early.

You have to [literally: It is a condition that


you] apologize to her.
you

An excellent knowledge of the Arabic


language is a prerequisite to registering
for the subject of pre-Islamic Arabic
poetry.

to share in, participate with

Form III

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--245


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---


---

The father shared his sons opinion about


entering the college of medicine.

Will you join with Mahmud in the new


?project

The player Ahmad Hussam didnt take part


with the Egyptian all-star team in the final
match.


to collaborate, share

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

---


PLURAL

---







---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

246

Will your schools theater club take part


in the festival that the city is going to
?organize next summer

One of the basic principles of character


that children learn in school is to work
together.


to buy

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Do you object to our sharing equally the


cost of [literally: in buying] this expensive
?book

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---














---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

247

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---


---

I havent bought Christmas presents yet.

How much did you pay when


?you purchased this car

?Where do you buy your clothing

to feel, realize, perceive

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

248









---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE



---


-- ,

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

People feel safe in this place.

?What are you feeling now

Before he realized it, he had fallen on his


face.

to occupy; to divert

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---



---

---

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

249

PASSIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

This employee will temporarily occupy the


position of executive director.

He occupied himself with work so as to


forget his family problems.

What are these important things that


?distracted you from us


to be busy

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

She devoted time to solving the problems


of others.

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL










---

250

PLURAL




















---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE




















---





---

IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

---

MASCULINE

VERBAL NOUN

FEMININE

The children were busy playing and forgot


to eat.

?How does this machine operate

He was concerned [literally: His heart


was occupied
occupied] about his son, who was
traveling.

to doubt, suspect; to pierce

Form I

ACTIVE
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MASCULINE

MASCULINE
















---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

*JUSSIVE

PLURAL
















---









---

________________________

...
,
,
,

,
* Contracted form:

251

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

* IMPERATIVE


--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Do not doubt your abilities.

The investigators were suspicious of them


on account of the contradiction in their
testimony.

to thank
PERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---




,

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

The pin stuck him when he was playing.

Form I

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

,
,
,
* Contracted form: ...

252

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE



---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

I dont know how to thank you


you.
?Did you thank them for the fruit

I thank you
you, O Lord.

Thanks very much.


to form, shape, create

Form II

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


---

253














---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---

DUAL SINGULAR














---











IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE


---




---














---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE














---

The artist Mahmud Ismail fashioned a


statue that expresses the contemporary
situation.

The Italians offensive players created a


serious danger to the French goal.

This encyclopedia constitutes a complete


collection of sources.

254


to comprise, surround

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE



---



MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE



---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE









---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

IMPERFECT

PASSIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE











MASCULINE





---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE









---

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

255

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

This salary doesnt include the taxes.

God the Highest has surrounded us with


His care.

The exam covered the whole course.

to launch an attack
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


---

-

*JUSSIVE

---

PLURAL



** IMPERATIVE


MASCULINE



FEMININE



---

The airplanes launched a violent aerial


attack.

The journalists launched a campaign


against corruption.

________________________

...
,
,
,

,

,
,
,
** Contracted form: ...
* Contracted form:

256


to testify; to witness

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---



---



DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL














---














---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---



---











257

JUSSIVE

PLURAL














---














---

I testify that there is no god but God, and


I testify that Muhammad is the Prophet of
God [Islamic creed].

This person is well known [literally: is


attested] to be trustworthy and sincere.

You are subpoenaed to the court to testify


in connection with the crime of murder.

to make a sign, beckon; to hint

Form IV

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---




---




JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Although the traffic officer was motioning


the cars to stop, the drivers did not obey.

How I would love to learn sign language,


in which every motion of the hand and
fingers indicates a particular word.

258

The two teams moved very quickly the


moment the referee gave them the signal
to start.

to want

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


---



DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL






---

---

259

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---







---

Hell be here tomorrow, God willing


[literally: if God wills].

Whatever God wills. [expresses indefinite


quantity or time, equivalent to God only
knows; also an expression of surprise
or of admiration equivalent to Great! or
]!Wow

The police officers fabricated whatever


accusations they pleased about him.
Do whatever you like
like, but bear the
responsibility of what you do.

Form IV

to set up; to commend


ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---




---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


260

PLURAL


---



---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL





---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---

The members of the committee


commended him.

to become

MASCULINE

---

The coach praised the good performance


[literally: built up the level] of the
goalkeeper.

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

The Pharaohs built the great pyramids.

PERFECT

Form IV
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

261



---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

!Can you imagine, the dream came true

What do you [pl.] want to become in the


?future

Thank God, the weather turned very mild


after the rainstorm.

Form I

to be right; to be healthy

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---



--


*JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---


---






________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

262

* IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

---

VERBAL NOUN

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

It is right to sing his praises.

We shall see in the end whose words


turn out to be true.

The child recovered from his illness.

Form I

;)to proceed (from); to have origin (in

to be published
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I am convinced that these statements did


not come from [literally: come out of] Alis
mouth.

________________________

* Contracted form: ...


,
,
,

263

The Nile river originates in [literally:


proceeds from] Lake Victoria.

This special issue of the journal Rose al-

Yusuf was published in connection with its


.
hundredth anniversary.

to issue, publish
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE













---






MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form IV

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN





.



.




JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The Algerian Society for the Environment


issued a positive response in its comment
on the latest environmental decisions in
Algeria.
The Faysal Publishing House published
a new book discussing the history of the
Arabic language.
Will writers publish their books exclusively
?on the Internet in the future
It is too soon for the court to issue a final
judgment in this case.



.
264

to befriend; to approve, ratify

Form III

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE




---






MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--




---

PLURAL











265

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

Dont befriend people for the sake of


advantage.

.

!

!How I wish to be friends with my children


Will the assembly approve the new
?regulations


to collide, clash
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL










---

---

JUSSIVE








---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form VIII

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

Two trains crashed in Spain this morning.

Dont clash with him; pursue diplomatic


paths.










---

Many young men have clashes with reality


[i.e., come up against difficulties].

266

to explain, state frankly; to grant

a permit

Form II

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE




---




MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---




---











267

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

A major security source made an


announcement and said

...

?Why dont you speak the truth frankly


frankly

The ministry of highways granted us a


permit to do work in this spot.


to spend; to turn away

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

--



---

JUSSIVE









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

268


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---

Each of us will spend about forty pounds.

How much time did you spend on studying


?today

Why dont you drop [literally: avert your


?glance from] that subject

to turn yellow
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---



--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


---

Form IX
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL













--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

269

The air turned yellow on account of the


sandstorm.

Why have the leaves of the tree turned


yellow
?yellow

The patient becomes pale [literally:


becomes yellow
yellow] if he doesnt eat well.

Form II

to pray

ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE




---


--

PERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?Where will you recite the dawn prayer


prayer

The Jews pray in synagogues, the


Christians pray in churches, and the
Muslims pray in mosques.

Let us pray for peace.

270

to do; to manufacture

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE




---




,
,

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE









---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

IMPERFECT

PASSIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE











MASCULINE

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE









---

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

271

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

The Japanese make many kinds of good


cars.

?Can you do me a favor

to hit, afflict; to be right



Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---




---

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---

272


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---



---

We were taken by surprise [literally:


Surprise befell us].

.

!

!]Right you are [literally: You hit


hit
You were right about your estimate of the
scope of the damage.

to be formed; to imagine

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE









---

MASCULINE




---






MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL













---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

273

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE









---

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

MASCULINE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form I

FEMININE













---

I thought you were Ahmad.

to become













---

Can you imagine the scope of the


?problem

PERFECT

PLURAL



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE











274

PLURAL



---



---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The weather turned cold.

Life became unbearable.

It got to the point [literally: he became


such] that he didnt own a thing.
such


* to be contrary; to be contradictory

Form VI

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE













--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

--

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

This action violates Islamic law.

( .
)

I believe that this thought contradicts the


preceding thought.

(
)

.

________________________

* This verb is conjugated here using the usual contracted forms. Alternatively, uncontracted forms
may be used. Because these are perfectly regular, it is enough to give their principal parts: perfect
.
; active participle
; passive participle
; verbal noun
; imperfect indicative

In the following examples, the uncontracted forms are shown in parentheses alongside the more
usual contracted forms.

275



to compel
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




















--







---



PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN


PERFECT

Form VIII

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL





---


*JUSSIVE








---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE



**






DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL











---

PLURAL







---


________________________







* Contracted form:
,
,
,

...
,

** Contracted form:

276

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

*JUSSIVE











---









---


He made his son leave home.

.

.

The airplane was forced to land.


Sometimes a person is compelled to
borrow money from his family.

to hit
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________







* Contracted form:
,
,
,

...
,

277

PASSIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



--



---

JUSSIVE

I will propound a proverb as an example


of what I was saying.
Recess begins when the bell is rung.



to be agitated
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

?Who will play the oud

DUAL SINGULAR


---

Dont beat your children.

PERFECT

PLURAL

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL







---


278











---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN







---

---



IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

Why did you become upset when you saw


?her

The sea will surge with waves.

My stomach becomes upset whenever I


eat falafel.

to bring together; to embrace

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE

PLURAL
















---









---

________________________

* Contracted form:
...
,
,
,

,

279

* IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

---




---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

**JUSSIVE

PLURAL
















---









---

The United States brings together many


people who immigrate from various
countries in the world.

The lover longs to embrace his beloved in


his arms.

The children broke this table; do you


believe that its parts can be joined
?together again

________________________

* Contracted form: ...

,
,
,

** Contracted form:
...
,
,
,

,

280


to be drawn; to join

Form VII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

SINGULAR

DUAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL

















---
















---




---



--









---

*JUSSIVE



IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

When will this player join his countrys


?all-star team




**




Yusuf joined a human rights organization.


The people were drawn together into a
single line.

The place of worship was packed with


worshipers.

________________________

* Contracted form:
...
,
,
,

,

** Contracted form:

281


to guarantee
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---




---











282

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---


Are you absolutely certain [literally: Do

you guarantee yourself] that they will keep
?their promises



.


to include
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form V
ACTIVE

SINGULAR

DUAL








--

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE







---







---


DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

The government promised it would


guarantee the stability of the price of flour.

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE












---


283

PLURAL







---


IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE






---






---


It is extremely strange that the book Those


Who Suffer on Earth is not included in the
list of books representing Arabic literature
at the Berlin book fair.

The race does not include young men


over twenty years old.

The schools today include students of


every racial group and social class.


to ruin, waste, lose

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR








---





---





DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---














---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

284

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL




---




---

The child lost the toy.

I dont believe that you missed this


!opportunity

Many people waste a tremendous amount


of fresh water.



to add

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR








---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

285


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---




DUAL SINGULAR


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

Add a little water at a time until it is ready


to eat.
Can you show me how I can attach a
?picture to the article on the Internet
The House of Representatives will add a
hundred million Egyptian pounds to the
budget to counter the rise in prices.

286

;to cover; to fold; to spread


(in passive) to be applicable

Form II

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE


---


MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE


---

FEMININE

PASSIVE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE






MASCULINE

MASCULINE





---

IMPERATIVE




---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

287


PLURAL





---





---

He is famous the world over [literally: His


fame is spread over the horizons].

Lets fold this bed sheet together.

How will this study be applied in the


?future

to throw; to present, submit

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL







---



---


DUAL SINGULAR







---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL






---






---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---

288

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---













---

The boy threw the toy to the ground.

If you subtract three from eight, how much


?is the result

The student put very intelligent questions


to him.

The company will present this proposal at


the general call for bids.


to touch (on a subject); to reach

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---



---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

289

It is not subject to doubt [literally: Doubt


does not reach itit].

.

.


to be extinguished
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

I will touch on these points in the next


lecture.

Form VII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---









---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Why isnt the light extinguished when I


?press this button

The lamp went out because the fuel was


used up.
Dont let hope be extinguished as long as
you live.

290

to seek; to ask for, demand


Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

291



PLURAL





---





---

Seek
Seek learning even in [i.e., as far away
as] China [proverb].

Can you order dinner for us from the


?kebab restaurant

If they asked you to become a governor


of your country for a single day, what you
?would do

He was asked to be the general director,


but he refused on grounds of health.
Do you believe that she asked for a
?divorce

to demand

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

292

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

The usurer demanded that the borrowers


pay the remaining balance or he would
have them put in jail.

The divorced father demands his rights of


visitation with his children.

Why do you make demands of her that are


?beyond her capacity


to necessitate, require

Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

293





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

IMPERATIVE





---

FEMININE


---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

The plan necessitated more money.

Males have to [literally: It is necessary


for males to] finish military service before
working.

294

to study, investigate
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The court studied the inquest files.

You have to investigate all the dimensions


of the subject before making any decision.


to set free, release

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

295





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---



DUAL SINGULAR






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

Release the bird from its cage.

.

!





---

The occupiers gave themselves a free


hand over the country.
Dont shoot [literally: Dont release lead] at
!anyone


You imposed no restraint on him [literally:

You released the rope over the withers], so
.
now he does whatever he wishes.

296


to be released
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form VII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The bird was released to freedom.

He set out running.

He became cheerful [literally: His face


brightened
brightened].

The infant burst out crying.

297


to be or become calm; to be or
become certain

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL





---









---

JUSSIVE


---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

The child felt safe with his uncle, whom he


hadnt seen for years.

We verified that he was born in 1940.


to develop, evolve
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

I calmed down after finding out that I had


been successful.

DUAL SINGULAR

IMPERATIVE

--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE


VERBAL NOUN

Form V
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

298





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---

--





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Their relations have developed for the


better.

?Has humankind evolved


evolved

to obey

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR





---



---


DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL






---






--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

299

PASSIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---






---






--

I obeyed you in this matter because I love


you.
If you want to be obeyed
obeyed, demand the
possible.


to volunteer
3

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Children obey their parents.

MASCULINE

JUSSIVE

PERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR








---

Form V
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

300

PLURAL





---

JUSSIVE

IMPERFECT


MASCULINE 3

FEMININE

MASCULINE 2

FEMININE
1

---
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR

!I will not enlist in the army

DUAL

Form X
ACTIVE
SINGULAR
INGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

DUAL

PLURAL















---



---

JUSSIVE























---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE

He volunteered to perform charitable work.


to be able

3

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE





---

FEMININE

PERFECT















---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

301

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR

SINGULAR
INGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL






---

DUAL

---

DUAL

PLURAL

JUSSIVE











---








---

I cant do this wicked thing.

We will be able to realize these goals.

The doctor was able to cure the patient.


) to be folded, enveloped; to pass (time Form VII
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

302





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE







--


---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The snake twisted around itself.

The teenager becomes wrapped up in


himself.

Time will pass.

;)to remain (in a place or a state


to keep doing

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE









---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE




---






---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE





---

________________________


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He kept silent the whole time.

The woman stood her ground [literally:


stayed in her place].

The family continued to live in the same


house for thirty years.

to think
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Dont think evil of me.

) ( .

I think well succeed.


He thought his wife was deceiving him.

to appear; to overcome

Form I

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2
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FEMININE

Did the Virgin Mary manifest herself in the


?Zaytun church in Cairo

?When will the moon appear in its full form


The ceremony turned out to be successful
[literally: appeared in an honoring way].

to express clearly or openly; to interpret Form II


ACTIVE

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306

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The newspaper gave expression to the


voice of the opposition.

Why dont you express your feelings


?openly

?Who will interpret my dream for me

to take warning; to consider,


take account of

Form VIII

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---





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The defense of the Saudi Arabia team


should beware of the danger from the
player of the Egyptian national team,
Muhammad Abu Tarika.
This study could have been much more
profound if the author had taken account
of recent scientific journals.

If each of us would learn from the


mistakes of others, we would surmount
many difficulties.

308

If these ideas were considered seriously,


the company would easily overcome its
difficulties.

to prepare

Form IV
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---


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---





---

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309

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Ill prepare the meal for you.

How did you get this study ready so


?quickly

We are getting ready to confront the


disease.

to straighten; to even out

Form II

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1
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We straightened the crooked bronze.

Adil modified his point of view.


She moderated her ideas, whereas before
she was extreme about them.

to be balanced

Form VI
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---

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311





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FEMININE

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1
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JUSSIVE


---

--





---

IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

The chemical compound has reached


equilibrium.

The two teams played to a draw in the


previous match.
Gold and iron are not equivalent in value.

to express, utter; to translate into Arabic Form IV


ACTIVE

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1
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---


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312

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1
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MASCULINE

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The government declared its concern


about the security situation.
?Can you express your opinion clearly

Did Edward Said translate his book about


?the East into Arabic


to occur; to interpose; to display

Form I

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313


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---


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?When did this misfortune occur


occur

He had an idea [literally: A thought


occurred to him].

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

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Well display our merchandise on Sunday.

The movie theater is showing a


sentimental film at the moment.

The price of the machines presented an


obstacle to the buyers.

314


to resist
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1
IMPERFECT

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

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MASCULINE

MASCULINE

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PLURAL

--

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DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form III

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


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--








315

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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?Why are you resisting this idea

Many problems worked against him.

Because he fears a confrontation, he has


begun to avoid meeting her anywhere.


to resist; to be subjected

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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MASCULINE

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1
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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---

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JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

We were subjected to many insults.

Do not expose yourself to infrared rays.

The crew are exposed to the dangers of


the waves.

Do not treat him in any bad way.

316


to intervene, prevent; to object

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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MASCULINE

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

---


FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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FEMININE

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---


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317

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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Dont cut into the discussion with these


byzantine arguments.

The limited resources prevented the


accomplishing of the plan.

The management objected to your


proposal.


to know
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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MASCULINE
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1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
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Form I
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---


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--318



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?Do you know this woman

I didnt know that the speed of light is much


greater than the speed of sound.
We appreciate the favor you did for us.

I discovered by chance that she was the


daughter of Naguib Mahfouz.


to admit, confess, acknowledge

Form VIII

ACTIVE

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1
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

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PLURAL




---


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PLURAL





---





---

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319

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MASCULINE
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1
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The accused has not yet confessed that


he committed the crime of murder.

Mu'min admitted to Hanan that he loved


her.

I acknowledge your critical role in my


success in the exams.

Form II

to console
ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
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PLURAL

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---

320





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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
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PASSIVE

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PLURAL

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

FEMININE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE





---

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FEMININE


---

---

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JUSSIVE


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PLURAL





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Who will go with me to offer condolences


?to Ashraf on the death of his father

What consoles me in this business is that


my wife stood by me.

321


to give

Form IV
ACTIVE

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MASCULINE
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1
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PLURAL




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---








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322

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JUSSIVE

?How much money should I give the driver


Give him ten guineas.
Zakat means that every Muslim gives
some of his money and time to the poor
and the needy.

These young persons are working hard to


pay off the loans that were given to them.

to excuse, exempt; to dismiss

Form IV

ACTIVE
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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

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---


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---

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JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---








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PASSIVE
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323





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JUSSIVE


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My exemption from military service has


come into effect.

Does this offer excuse you from paying


?the sales tax
?When will the prisoners be released

to tie

Form I
ACTIVE

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
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---


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PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

324

PASSIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
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1
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Were pinning [literally: tying


tying] our hopes
on you.

She will become engaged [literally: Her


betrothal will be bound
bound] on Thursday.
We made up our minds [literally: tied our
determination] to go to the match.

to be tied together; to convene

Form VII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL




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325





---

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MASCULINE
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IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

An important meeting was held between


the presidents of Syria and of Egypt last
week to discuss the conditions of the
region.

The United Nations determination has


become firm [literally: been tied
tied] to
confront violence against women.

to believe
PERFECT

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MASCULINE


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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

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Form VIII
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PLURAL




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326

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PLURAL





---





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PERFECT

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PASSIVE

MASCULINE


---

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1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL





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---

Many religious people believe in the Last


Judgment.


.
.

I believe that you dont appreciate the


gravity of the situation.


to reverse

Form I
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327





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MASCULINE
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PLURAL





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You are trying to reverse the order of the


!universe

!





.

The vicissitudes of life are like a mirror that


reflects the true nature of each individual.

The attorney attempts to reverse the


decision of the court.

328

to make conditional; to make a commentary Form II


ACTIVE
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---





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329





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The government suspended the changing



of the emergency law on the basis of the
.
security report of 2006.

Who is the announcer who will comment


?on the match

The Lebanese president did not comment


on the statements of the representative of
the United Nations.

to hang from; to depend on

Form V

ACTIVE
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1
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

The picture hung from the wall.

The child clung to his father.

.

.

All these decisions depend on your


adventurous, daring spirit.
With regard to [literally: concerning that
] which hangs on the subject of


330

to know
PERFECT

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

1
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
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1
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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MASCULINE

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ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I




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331



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?Do you know where the exit is

We werent aware of what happened to


you until now.

I realized that he was busy.

Form II

to teach
ACTIVE
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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332



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JUSSIVE


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?Who taught you carpentry

?Can you teach me to drive a car


The teacher teaches the students the
natural sciences.

to learn

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

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1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PLURAL





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MASCULINE
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333

PASSIVE
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1
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I learned carpentry from my father.

I havent learned a thing about this subject.

We have learned much about life from the


experiences of others.

to proclaim

Form IV
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334

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The Ministry of Health announced a


campaign of inoculation against polio.
I am proud to announce the engagement
of my daughter Thana to Dr. Kamal.
Germany declared war against Poland in
1939.

335

) to be exalted; to come (imperative only Form VI


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FEMININE

God, may He be exalted [or: God, the


exalted; a common way of referring to
God, especially among Muslims].

.
.

PLURAL

]Dont look down on [literally: be lofty over


people.
The sounds of cars became loud in the
streets of Cairo.

!Come here

336

to support; to intend; to resort to


a place or an action

Form I

ACTIVE
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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

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PLURAL





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--

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PLURAL





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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The builder supported the wall with a thick


piece of wood.

The enemy resorted to portraying the other


party as weak.

to do; to work

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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FEMININE

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE


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FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

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What would you do if you were in my


?place

?Where do you and your wife work


work

What will you do during the summer


?vacation

He who does evil will reap its


consequences.

338

to use

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

SINGULAR

Form X
ACTIVE
DUAL















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---

VERBAL NOUN

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE






---

IMPERATIVE


PASSIVE PARTICIPLE














---


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PLURAL

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339

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All the mosques in Cairo use loudspeakers


to proclaim the call to prayer.
Dont use the automobiles horn except
when necessary.

This remedy is used on a wide scale.

?How is this machine operated


operated

to mean, intend

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


---

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JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I know very well that you dont mean what


you are saying.


Very often, people say particular words
when really they intend something else by .
them.

I prefer to spend time outside the


house that is [literally: it means], with
house
my friends
friendsover sitting in front of the
computer.

340

Form III

to be preoccupied; to undergo
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL


---




DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE





---








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






341

PLURAL





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---

I have exerted a lot of effort to achieve this


success.

We have undergone long periods of


warfare and hatred.

These agricultural lands suffered from


flooding.

to bend
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form IX
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

---




MASCULINE 2

FEMININE
--
1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL


---

JUSSIVE


---

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

Iron bends only under a high degree of .


heat.
His neck became twisted.

342

Form I

to return
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

-- , ,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---








--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

When will you return from your trip to


Europe? I will return next week.

The prime minister returned from his visit


to the United Kingdom full of new ideas for
investments.

This man was very angry, but now he has


come back to his senses.

It would be best if you would consult


[literally: go back to] your boss before you
implement this new proposal.

343

to repeat; to bring or put back

Form IV

ACTIVE
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


---



DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---








--

IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---





---





---


--

JUSSIVE

344

This song brought back many memories.


We returned the book to its place.

The town rebuilt [literally: brought back the


building of] the mosque.
The court will reexamine [literally: bring
back the examination of] the claim.

to be used to
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---


MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PLURAL





---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---
345



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


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---

We have become accustomed to you.

I became used to running every day.

You were not accustomed to working


fifteen hours a day.


to substitute, compensate

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE






---

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

346

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE






---

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

This work of art is irreplaceable [literally:


cannot be replaced
replaced].

.

.

May God repay you for your forbearance.


I will compensate you for the time you
have lost.


to live

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

347

---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE



---



---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE



,

,
,
,

FEMININE

Where did you live before you moved to


?the Middle East

The United Nations is showing special


concern nowadays for the millions who
live below the poverty line.

The great majority of Egyptians depend for


their livelihood [literally: live] on the small
area of the Nile Valley.

to designate, single out; to assign

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

JUSSIVE






348

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

---


---

JUSSIVE

The father assigned the inheritance of the


land to his sons and daughters.

to depart
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

He did not specify any reason for


committing this act.

Form III
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

I have been designated director of this


sector.

PERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

--349

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE


---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE





---





---

Lets get out of this place.


The airplane departed the Cairo airport for
Damascus.

350

to be immersed; to be absorbed

Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---










---









---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE














---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




PLURAL

---










---









---





---

351

JUSSIVE

You overslept [literally: sank into sleep].

The two of them laughed noisily [literally:


sank into laughter] all night long.

They all became absorbed in work.


to cover, wrap

Form II
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


---

---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

352

---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---


---

He covered himself with the blanket.

These funds will cover the expenses of


the trip.

Do not cover up the scandal.

to profit; to exploit

Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




---






---

*JUSSIVE






---


PLURAL











--

IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

**

________________________

* Contracted form:
...
,
,
,

,

** Contracted form:

353

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL





---

PLURAL

---

*JUSSIVE











--

---

Dont exploit people.

You have to take advantage of this


opportunity that has come your way.

The government will make use of the


desert areas.

to overcome

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

PLURAL

________________________

* Contracted froms:
...
,
,
,

,

354

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE







--



---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

We were overcome with sleepiness


[literally: sleepiness overcame us].

Maryam overcame the hardships.

The teams players overcame their lack of .


physical fitness.

to close, lock

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

355

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE





---


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

.
.

PLURAL

JUSSIVE





---

Shut the door, if you please.


The subject was not brought up [literally:
was locked
locked] because of a media blackout.
He foreclosed the mortgage on the house.

) to be or become absent; to set (the sun Form I


ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








---

356

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---


--








---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

It slipped the fathers mind to buy


presents for his children.
What is the empire on which the sun does
?not set
set

PERFECT

3
2

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

ACTIVE



---

FEMININE

Form V

FEMININE

He passed out [literally: withdrew from


consciousness] when his head collided
with the ground.

to change

JUSSIVE

357

PLURAL





---

---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Circumstances have changed.

?What has changed in our relationship

The economic value of the Egyptian pound


has changed vis--vis the dollar.

to open

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

358

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

?Can I open the door for you

He stared wide-eyed [literally: opened


his eyes to their ends] when he saw the
beautiful woman.

The salad stimulated my appetite to eat.


]This old lady tells [literally: opens
fortunes.

;to inaugurate, introduce


to conquer

Form VIII

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

359



---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




---


--



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I like the way in which you began your


book.

The president launched a number of


investment projects.

Amr Ibn al-As conquered Egypt in the


seventh century A.D.

to surprise

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL







---




---

JUSSIVE

360

PLURAL


---


---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE






---


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE




PLURAL





---





---

She surprised me with a gift.

The enemy took him by surprise.

The news hit us like a thunderbolt.

to explode; to burst out


Form VII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

361





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




---



--











IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The water burst forth from the spring.

He burst out crying.

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---




---

The shell exploded.


exploded


to impose


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

362

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---




---

JUSSIVE

3
2

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

ACTIVE






---

FEMININE

Form I

FEMININE


---

The United Nations imposed a blockade


on this nation.

PERFECT


---

Mustafa imposed his will on him.

to fail

PLURAL

363

---

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Amina failed the exam.

We failed because of negligence.

!Dont let your resolution falter


falter

to do; to affect

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



--


,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---




--364



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---





---

?What have you done

The war had a bad effect on him.

This problem has affected us greatly.

to lose; to miss

Form I
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MASCULINE


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FEMININE

1
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1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

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PLURAL




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PLURAL





---





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IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

365

PASSIVE
PERFECT

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MASCULINE


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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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PLURAL




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PLURAL





---





---

We have lost the fourth ranking in the


Olympics.

The man went out of [literally: lost


lost] his
mind.
They missed a great opportunity for
reconciliation.

;to check into; to miss


)to review (troops

Form VIII

ACTIVE
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366





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1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





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PASSIVE

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---





---

The church will look after the poor.


The man misses his wife, whom he has
not seen for three weeks.

The general is reviewing the troops


today.

367

to become poor; to lack

Form VIII

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The family became so poor that they could


not find food for dinner.



.

.

The government schools are lacking in


contemporary techniques of education.

This festival is missing the old songs.


to think
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FEMININE

Form II
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---








--368

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---

Give me time to think about the matter.


Have you given thought in depth to this
?decision

Come, lets think together about a solution


to this problem.

369

to understand
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---


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370

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---





---

I didnt understand a thing.

People need someone who understands


them.

.

.


I heard that you will be traveling next


month.

...

This report implies that [literally: It is


]understood from this report that


to vanish; to elude

Form I
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1
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FEMININE

1
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---

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371

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JUSSIVE


--

---

I have missed the 9 oclock train [literally:


The 9 oclock train eluded me].

Dont let this opportunity get away from


you.

Its too late [literally: The time has passed


passed].

The subject is finished and done with


[literally: This subject has passed and
ended].

to win

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

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MASCULINE


--

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

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--



--

IMPERATIVE
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FEMININE

372

Who do you think will win the tennis


?match

The conservative candidate won the


election.

to earn, acquire; to deduce


Form X

ACTIVE

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
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FEMININE

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---





---

JUSSIVE




---





---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

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DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

VERBAL NOUN

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

373

PLURAL





---

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE







---






---

I earned 1,000 dirhams by selling water in


the square during the month of August.

?What do you gain by violence

From this, it follows [literally: is deduced


]deduced
that he doesnt agree.

to accept; to admit
PERFECT

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FEMININE

1
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FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I
ACTIVE

PLURAL

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---


--


,

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PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

374

PASSIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

They havent yet accepted the gifts we


sent.

She agreed to marry him.

That is an incurable disease [literally: a


disease that does not admit cure].

This is a solvable problem [literally: a


problem that admits of a solution].

to meet

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form X
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

---

375

PLURAL

---

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE

---


PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
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1
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FEMININE

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FEMININE

---

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---

The president received the prime minister


to discuss the economic changes.

How did you take [i.e., in what emotional


?state] the news

I will welcome the guests.

376

to kill

Form I
ACTIVE

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1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

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PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


--


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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

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PLURAL

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FEMININE

PLURAL

---


--





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PASSIVE
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377





---





---

Famine kills many poor people.

.
.

We researched the topic exhaustively


[literally: killed the topic by way of
research].

My grandfather was experienced in the


ways of the world [literally: killed the
lifetime in experience].

; to take by storm, embark boldly Form VIII



to defy
ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
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378

JUSSIVE

PLURAL












---















---

IMPERATIVE
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PASSIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL










---


JUSSIVE

---



The winds swept over the entire town.

We defied the obstacles.

to be able
3

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE
















---

The police burst into the house.

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR
















---

The land forces stormed the enemys


positions.

PERFECT

PLURAL

PLURAL

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---

379

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


--

-- ,





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

We werent able to deal with the problem.

The teacher is in a position to help me


understand the hard problems.

to determine; to appraise

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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MASCULINE


--


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

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PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

380

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

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FEMININE

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PLURAL





---





---

God has decreed everyones lot.

]God forbid [literally: May God not decree


!that the operation should fail

The inevitable happened [literally: It was


decreed and so it was].

You dont appreciate the extent of the


losses.

I took my jewelry to the jeweler for him to


appraise its value.

to arrive; to have the audacity to

Form I

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL

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---
381

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR


--

MASCULINE


--


, ,

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FEMININE

FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---
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FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








---

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PLURAL





---





---

The man reached the hotel after a long trip.


I embarked on [with a connotation of
daring] this experiment with confidence
of success.

382

to present, submit
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


--


DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

PLURAL


--

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form II

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

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FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








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JUSSIVE






383



PLURAL





---





---

The secretary general of the United


Nations presented to the Security Council
a brief report yesterday.

The al-Fatm Company is extending a


tempting offer for renting new cars at a
low rate.

Channel 2 will be presenting new


programs about the preferred places for
tourism in Egypt.
All the documents required of the
applicants for the competition have been
submitted.

to precede
PERFECT

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MASCULINE

1
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---

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ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form V

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
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PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

384

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

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FEMININE

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---





---

Young people are ahead of old people in


learning to deal with the new technology.

The Brazilian team was ahead of the


Argentine team by three goals to one.

May God forgive him for his earlier and


later sins [literally: what came earlier of
his sins and what came later].

to decide, determine; to confess

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

385

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PASSIVE

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE


--

---

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

FEMININE

---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

FEMININE


--

---

PLURAL

PERFECT

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

What have you decided to do about this


?problem


Do external forces determine mans
destiny, or does each individual determine

?his own destiny

The police made him confess the truth.

386

to affirm; to establish; to cool


)(the eye, i.e., to gladden

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---





---





---


---

DUAL SINGULAR

*JUSSIVE











** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE
PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:


, , , ** Contracted form: ...

387

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

*JUSSIVE


---

...

I, who am named below, affirm

The ministers instituted the new


regulation.

He was delighted to see his son [literally:


Seeing his son cooled his eye].

to be fixed, decided
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

---

Form V
ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


---


JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

388

In my view, what was decided in the


previous meetings is the correct approach.

It appears that a new time has been set for


the flight to New York.

to be settled; to be consolidated

Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR



---




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---


PLURAL





---


*JUSSIVE









---



IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE




**



The family has been settled [i.e., has


resided] in Beirut for twenty years.

The choice has not settled on anyone yet.

The situation has stabilized.

The economic circumstances will surely


not attain a definitive solution [literally:
settle on a single circumstance] in the
near future.

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
,

,
...
,

** Contracted form:

389

to read; to recite
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---



--


DUAL SINGULAR





---



---

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

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PLURAL






---






---

JUSSIVE






IMPERATIVE
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JUSSIVE




390

I didnt read the newspaper today.

Sheikh Mahmud will recite from the Holy


Quran.
They greeted us.

He studied Judeo-Arabic culture under


Professor Goitein.

to ask someone to read; to investigate Form X



ACTIVE

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FEMININE

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---














---

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FEMININE

















---


MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

IMPERATIVE

VERBAL NOUN

FEMININE

JUSSIVE











---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE


PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL





---

391

PLURAL



---

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE





---




.
.



---

I asked Sheikh Mahmud to recite the Holy


Quran for us.
We have studied the subject of orientalism
thoroughly.

to invent; to propose

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---


MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

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DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

392

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL





---


---

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PLURAL





---





---

?What do you propose for me

The director suggested that I take a course


to improve my skills.

to intend; to make for


Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL


















---







---

393

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---


---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

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ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

I didnt intend this at all.


?What do you mean

The government aims to improve the


circumstances of the poor.

We headed toward the market.


to judge, decide; to finish; to carry out Form I
ACTIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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---



394


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
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PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

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FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE



---

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MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

IMPERATIVE

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MASCULINE

FEMININE



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---

---


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JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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---

I wish for the judge to judge justly.

The die is cast [literally: The matter has


been decided
decided].

The court declared him innocent.

Well spend five weeks in Alexandria.

The poor nations can put an end to


unemployment by opening the door to
foreign investments.

395

He died [literally: He ended his allotted


time].

The famine killed them.


to be over
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

---


--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

---


FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VII

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Eight months of my pregnancy are over


over.

The matter is finished


finished.

The expiration date of the food has


passed.

396


to require
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---


JUSSIVE

---

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---










---

397

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

He was required [literally: It was required


of him] to justify the reason for his changed
attitude toward her.

It is incumbent on every Muslim to fast


during the month of Ramadan.

The problem does not call for all this


anxiety.


to cut, interrupt; to traverse

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL









---



---





DUAL SINGULAR









---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL














---














---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE











398














---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



---














---

The butcher cut off the head of the sheep.

The negotiations were broken off


off.

How long did your trip take [literally:


In how much time did you traverse this
?]distance

I bought [literally: cut


cut] a ticket [the verb has
this meaning only in this expression].

We have made great progress [literally:


cut a phase] in our negotiations.

to be or become few

Form I
ACTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

---





---

MASCULINE





---

PERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

*JUSSIVE

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

399

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

* IMPERATIVE



, ,

MASCULINE
FEMININE

The quantity of fresh water in the Sahara


has declined
declined.

If you drink a lot of water now, your blood-

alcohol level will drop


drop.
.

The two of them rarely [literally: little is


what they] meet at the tennis club.

to be turned, reversed; to change



ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

Form VII

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , * Contracted form: ...

400

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---


---

JUSSIVE

Conditions might change in an


unexpected way.

Alert: weather conditions will change this


evening.

.
:

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

The bucket turned over


over, and the water
soaked the rug.

DUAL SINGULAR





---

The world has turned upside down.

to retreat

PLURAL

Form II
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---

401

PLURAL




---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---



---


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The army fell back.

Dont retreat in the face of challenges.

to lead; to drive

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

, , ,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---



--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

402

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

?Can you lead me to the immigration office

The committee that is leading the journey


is prepared for any surprises.

He drives the car cautiously.

to say

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

403

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--



DUAL SINGULAR



---


--



--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





--

JUSSIVE



--



...

?What did you say to him


The proverb says that

...

The spokesman said on behalf of the


White House that

?Didnt I tell you so

404

to rise

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---








--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?When did you get up today

He got up from the chair to greet the


guests.

These decisions were taken under


unusual circumstances.
The employees rebelled [literally: rose up
against] against the company.

I took charge of booking the room in the


hotel.

The revolution was based on [the


foundation of] the belief in freedom.

405

to lift; to stay (in a place); to enact

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE











---




---



DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE





---



--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---


--

PLURAL

JUSSIVE


406



PLURAL








--








--

They lifted him up when he fell to the


ground.

I stayed in New York for a year.

?When will they hold the Christmas party

to write

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---




,
,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

407





---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---

?Did you write these notes

The teacher wrote on the blackboard.

Naguib Mahfouz wrote many books.

to be numerous
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

There was much gossip about this topic.


The number of people who are opposed to
our foreign policy increased.
increased
408

to recur
PERFECT

MASCULINE


---

--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form V

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

This mistake will not occur again.

This visit has to be repeated


repeated.

This phenomenon only recurs once every


hundred years.

to gain; to acquire

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


409

PLURAL

---



IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

IMPERATIVE






---

FEMININE




---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

The player got applause when he scored


the goal.

?What will you gain from this proposal

I havent earned a thing this morning.

410



to uncover; to investigate

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL







---

JUSSIVE






















---





PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
























---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE



---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

PLURAL








--

411

PLURAL


---


---

JUSSIVE

She took off her veil in front of her sister.


]Difficult circumstances reveal [a persons
true character.




.
.

The war broke out [literally: revealed its


leg].

?Who is the doctor who examined you

to provide for; to guarantee

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

, ,

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN




---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---





---

JUSSIVE






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

412



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

The mother provided for her family.

?Who will provide for this child

The government will supply the peoples


needs for electricity.

to suffice; to meet all needs

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

413

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---





---





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

!Thats enough
enough

It is sad enough that we have lost our


connection with our neighbors.

.
.

God is the best [literally: God is sufficient


as a] provider.

!May God make up for your shortcoming


[said to someone who has made a
]mistake

to speak

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

414





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE


---

MASCULINE

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

IMPERATIVE





---

FEMININE


---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

I havent spoken to her for a long time.


We will speak by telephone.

!Dont you two speak ill of him

415

to be on the point of

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE


--

-----

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

----I nearly went with them.


.
.

The subject of human rights is just


about nonexistent.
As soon as he saw her [literally: He
almost didnt see her before], he left
the place.

416

to be

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

He was a teacher. [Note that the predicate


is in the accusative, whereas in English it
]would be in the nominative.

I was writing you a letter when you called.


Damascus was the capital of the
Umayyads.

.

.

What they say is the nearest possible


[literally: the nearest there is] to the truth.

I had a beautiful dog [literally: A beautiful


dog was to me].

417

Form III

to suit
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

PASSIVE


--

FEMININE

FEMININE

IMPERFECT








---

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE








---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE





---

FEMININE




---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

418





---





---

I dont know whether that date suits him or


not.

The weather doesnt suit the idea of


holding the party in the garden.

We have to reconcile our needs with


[literally: and] our abilities.

to be mended, united; to be in harmony

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---


---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL








---








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE




?Has the wound closed
closed

The two were united after a long


separation.

The athletes coordinated quickly in the


play.

419

to wear

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

--




---


DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE


MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE



---



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form I

JUSSIVE

420

PLURAL



---



---

?What will you wear to the party

I wore this coat because of the rain.

The children wore the school uniform.

to take refuge; to resort to


Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--





---





---


---


-- ,

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Many people took refuge in shelters during .


the war.
.

We came to you [literally: had recourse to


you] so that you would tell us the truth.
Come to me [literally: Resort in me] if you
need anything.

421


to notice; to regard

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE





---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE



---

FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

PLURAL




---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

















---














---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE








--




422

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---






---

We noticed the change in him after the


accident.

.


.

It is evident [literally: Of that which can be


observed is] that factors are not suited to
carry out the experiment.

The father watches his children when they


are playing.

to adhere; to assume as a duty

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




423





---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

We have abided by what we promised


you.

We have to adopt respectful behavior in


dealing with the elderly.

.
.

I undertake to return the book on time.

to play

PERFECT

3
2

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE


---



,
,
,

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form I

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL








---








---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

424

The Zamalik Club of Egypt is going to play


the Real Club of Spain tomorrow.

What sport do you like to play during free


?time

The players of the Brazilian soccer team


play a collective game.


to turn
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

FEMININE

ACTIVE




---

FEMININE

Form VIII

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I turned around and didnt find anyone.

I didnt look back the whole way.


You have to pay attention to the traffic
signals.

425

to meet, encounter
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT


---

FEMININE

---

---

JUSSIVE

FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT




---

MASCULINE

PLURAL

FEMININE

ACTIVE




---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form I


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

426

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

I met my girlfriend at the club.

?Did you find the suitcase you lost

We underwent a number of hard


experiences.

to throw

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

--


---

JUSSIVE





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

427

---


PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---

---

I threw the ball on the ground.

The police arrested them.

The lover flung himself into the arms of his


beloved.

He pronounced the formula of divorce


against her.

The teacher delivered a good lecture.

to receive

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL








---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

428

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---

The students took lessons in biology.


The employees got orders from the
director.

DUAL SINGULAR

---

I havent received any letters from you.

to meet

PLURAL

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

429





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I met my friend at the university.

When shall we get together


?together

The prime minister met with his assistant


for political affairs.

not to be

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---



-----------------

-----------

-----------

-----------

PLURAL

-----------

JUSSIVE

-----------

-----------

-----------

-----------

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

430

-----

-----

-----

We dont have anything [literally: There is


not a thing to us].

He shouldnt talk to you that way.

This is not good.

This is not good


good. [Note the difference in
the Arabic construction from that of the
preceding example, which is identical in
]meaning.

?Isnt that so
I am not that kind of man.

to be blessed; to enjoy

Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---

--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

431

?Did you enjoy the film

This child enjoys many blessings.

Many countries do not enjoy the same


resources as the ones we have.

to represent; to perform

Form II

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---


---



DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

---

432



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

The minister of finance will represent his


country at the international economic
conference.

The actor Ahmad Zaki played a


distinguished role in the film The Days of
Sadat.
Now there are five teams representing
Africa in the World Cup.

to be similar; to be represented; to typify Form V


ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---


---

JUSSIVE

433

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---


---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL





---





---

The girl took after her mother.

.

.

Not all the members of the Security


Council were represented at the last
meeting.

The criminal stood before the judge.

to extend
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---





---

434

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

---





---





---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT






** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE


--

MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

MASCULINE

FEMININE


--

FEMININE

*JUSSIVE

***JUSSIVE

!May God prolong your life, father

The charitable foundations extended a


hand to the poor after the earthquake.

The man extended his hand to shake with


his guests.

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

, , , ** Contracted form: ...


, , , , ... *** Contracted form:

435

to be extended
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR





---


---

--

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

**

The effects of the hurricanes extended


over the entire island.

The interview went on until 5 PM.

I had hoped that our meeting would last


longer.

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

** Contracted form:

436

to take, get; to ask for help


Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




---

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

















---






---

VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL





---







---


ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

MASCULINE

PLURAL






---

437

PLURAL







---

JUSSIVE







---

The boy got his good qualities from his


father and mother.

.




.

The African nations got help from Europe


in confronting AIDS.

He asked for help from the teacher for the


sources necessary for completing the
research.

to pass
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---





---


---





---







-- , ,

*JUSSIVE






** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

He passed in front of me, and I didnt see


him.

The problem passed without trouble.

This remark was mentioned earlier


[literally: Its mention has passed
passed].

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

, , , ** Contracted form: ...

438

to last; to continue

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL



---

Form X





---


*JUSSIVE


MASCULINE 2


FEMININE

1
---



ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE


**



Do you know how many minutes this TV


?program runs

A soccer competition lasts ninety minutes. .



The workers kept on working on the
building for a whole year.

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

** Contracted form:

439

to practice or pursue an activity


Form III

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---



---

PLURAL


440

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

?Have you practiced this exercise before

You have to practice this occupation for a


long time to understand its secrets.

The student has to apply himself to writing



research papers from the beginning of his
.
studies.

to touch

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




--

---




ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

Form I


---

*JUSSIVE






---




** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

PLURAL

________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

** Contracted form: ...


,
,

,

441

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

--




--

---

*JUSSIVE


---

PLURAL

Dont touch the fire! [Note the double form


]of the verb here and in the next example.

( !


)

No harm came to [literally: touched


touched] us.

.
(


)

]It is necessary [literally: The need touches


to buy a car.


to grasp, hold

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

---

PLURAL

---



________________________

* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
,

442

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE


PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN


PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---



---




IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

---











---



PLURAL

---



JUSSIVE

---



The student grabbed her bag and went.

Salah held his tongue.

?Who will keep the accounts

443


to walk, go

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

---


--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Come on, lets walk to school together.

.

.

]Boushra spread [literally: walked with


slander.
?When will you go away from this place


to go away; to go on, continue

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


444


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


--



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

It did not take long [literally: Hardly a


little passed
passed] before she asked him for a
divorce.

At least a year has passed since then


[literally: What is no less than a whole
year has passed since that].

The lecturer went on with his speech.


to be possible

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---




---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL














445

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE


---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

IMPERATIVE






---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

]May we [literally: Is it possible for us to


bring the children along with us to the
?soccer game

You can take the bus.

Can you two take these books to the


?library

446


;to have influence or power
to be able; to master

Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I couldnt come because of the traffic jam.


Poverty took hold of the family.


to acquire

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE









---

447

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE



---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE



---

,
,

FEMININE

JUSSIVE









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL









---









---

Queen Victoria ruled a long time.

.

.

We were overcome with anger [literally:


Anger mastered us] when we heard these
rumors.

He couldnt speak [literally: did not control


speaking] gently to them.
speaking

448


to acquire; to own
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---



---


DUAL SINGULAR

Form VIII

JUSSIVE









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---



---

PLURAL


449

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

We have had this house since we were


children.

The scientists have mastered


biochemistry.

?Do you own a car

to prevent, prohibit

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---


--



DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---




---

450



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


--





---

He was prevented from entering.

We have protected you from every harm.

Smoking in public buildings is prohibited


prohibited.

to desire

Form V
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL




---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

451

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

I hope to visit China.

We wish you happiness.


to die

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE


452

PLURAL








---








---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Millions have died because of wars.

Sadat died by assassination.

The Egyptians are crazy about [literally:


die for] eating pickles.

to be distinguished
PERFECT

PLURAL

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

ACTIVE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

Form VIII





---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


---

--

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

!]Excellent [literally: Distinguished


Distinguished

This president is distinguished by his


concern for people with limited income.

This student is superior to the others


because of his serious work.

We were better than they were at playing,


and thats why we won the match.

.
453

to inform
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form IV
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR



---

---


--

---

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---



---

JUSSIVE



454

---

I informed you of this news so that you will


be prepared.

The father imparted valuable advice to his


children.

The school notified the guardians to come


to the school.

to produce

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL






---



--

DUAL SINGULAR






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE


---

455




PLURAL

IMPERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE



--


---

The factory produced more than we


expected.
Egypt produces superior cotton.

Injustice gives rise to feelings of hatred.

)to succeed; to pass (an exam


Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE









---

MASCULINE






---



--
,

,

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I hope to be successful in my work.


We passed the exam.

.


456

The government succeeded in controlling


the famine.

to execute; to accomplish

Form IV

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?Has the matter been accomplished


We can accomplish this task if we work
together.

.

.

We have used up the sources of natural


energy.


to choose; to vote

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458

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We have chosen the best drink for you.

?For whom will you vote

The nation elected the president for a new


term of office.

to call out, invite

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459

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I called out to you, but you didnt hear me.

The teacher invited the students to talk


with them.

He was proclaimed prime minister.

460

to descend; to take up a position

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He came down quickly from the mountain.


The airplane landed early.

.
.

Muhammad stayed with us as a guest.

]The player took [literally: went down to


the field.
He served as [literally: occupied the
position of] director.

461

to forget

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462

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I have forgotten to bring the book with me.


Dont forget our date tomorrow.

I will never forget [literally: If I forget


forget, I will
not forget].
forget


to grow; to arise

Form I
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We grew up [literally: originated


originated] in
Morocco.

This branch grew out of the stump of the


tree.

The fire started accidentally.

463


to adjure

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464

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

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The government urged the citizens to use


birth control.

I implore you by God.


We beg you to maintain silence.


to spread; to publish

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465





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Insects spread diseases.

I will publish this article in the journal The


Last Moment.

Dont announce the matter yet.

)to stipulate; compose (a letter


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* Contracted form:
,
...
,
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,

** Contracted form: ...

,
,

,

466

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The law stipulates

...

The director formulated the letter and sent


it to all the employees.

;to come to someones aid



to be victorious

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* Contracted form:
,
...
,
,
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467

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The new government will come to the aid


of the rights of man.

In wars, no one wins.


to look, see
3
2

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Many charitable organizations came to


the aid of the poor.

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468

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What are you looking at


?at

See below.

See reverse [i.e., please turn the page].

!

.

Eyes front! [literally: forward,


;!forward, look
forward
]military command
We looked at him askance after he uttered
these insulting words.

469


to await, expect
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470

JUSSIVE





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Ill wait for you in the restaurant.


We expected much from the wealthy
countries.

The people set the greatest expectations


on this project.


to organize

Form II
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471





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The guys organized a terrific festival.

.
.

Come on, lets set up the tables.


Students, arrange yourselves in single file.

to implement; to send

Form II

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472

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The team executed the coachs plan and


won the match.

You have to carry out the traffic directives.

We sent the letter to Mahmud last night.

* to expel; to deny

Form I
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________________________

in the in the perfect and is identical in meaning and usage; it appears as * The root
imperfect.

473

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JUSSIVE

) ( The English expelled many leaders during


the occupation.
.
.

The committee turned down the proposal


for the project.

(

)
.

Dont deny that, together with me, you are


responsible for this problem.

474


to discuss

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475

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JUSSIVE

Id like to discuss with you the lecture you


gave today.

It is the duty of every husband and wife


to discuss their disagreements openly.

to move; to report, quote; to translate

Form I

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476

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We moved the bed from our room to our


sons room.

From what book did you quote this


?information

Abd al-Wahhab Ali translated this book


from French.

to change location
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MASCULINE


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FEMININE

477

We moved to Cairo last month.

Naguib Mahfouz died [literally: proceeded


to the mercy of God].

The news traveled quickly.

to grow; to be ascribed

Form I

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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Plants need light in order to thrive.

The need for the computer has increased


in recent years.

It has come to my attention that you are


going to travel tomorrow.

478

)to pursue (a course

Form VIII

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1
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--

---


479

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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We have followed the path of those who


taught us.

Well take the quick way to get to


Alexandria.

The government is pursuing a destructive


course in dealing with many problems.

to come to an end
PERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I hope to finish writing the last chapter


tomorrow.

The problem with this novel is that it ends


with an expected ending.
Qasr al-Ayni Street runs into Freedom
Square.

480

to deputize; to frequent; to repent


Form IV

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PLURAL





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PLURAL



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481

PLURAL

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---

The director authorized me to lead this


meeting.

We frequented the home of our friend


Ahmad.

The sinner repented to God.

to take; to take up

Form VI
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PLURAL

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482





---

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?When shall we take our meal

I got the book from him.

In this study, I will treat the subject of


I took Holy Communion in the church this
morning.

to sleep

Form I
ACTIVE

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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

483

I didnt sleep well last night.


Newborns grow at a great rate while they
are sleeping.

?How can you sleep on this bed

to attain, obtain

Form I
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PLURAL

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484

---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

JUSSIVE


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I havent yet achieved what I dream of.


The student got his share of success.

He was discredited by rumors [literally:


Rumors took away from his reputation].


to land; to sink; to lose weight

Form I

ACTIVE

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MASCULINE





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The airplane landed safely.

The ship sank in the ocean.

.

485

His [literally: The] blood pressure dropped,


dropped
and he lost consciousness.

Form III

to attack

ACTIVE
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486





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The troops attacked the city.

The press attacked the economic


decisions violently.

The coach ordered them to attack the


other team.

to threaten
PERFECT

3
2

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MASCULINE


---


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1
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MASCULINE
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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

487

PASSIVE
PERFECT

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MASCULINE


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---

He threatened me with a pistol.

You cant intimidate him because he is


sure of himself.

Wars menace the lives of the innocent.


to aim

Form I
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PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL

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---

488





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

JUSSIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

This project aims to encourage


intercultural dialogue.



.
.

I intended to read fifty pages.


These people are not aiming for profit.


to aim; to be exposed

Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR




---










---

JUSSIVE















---





ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL










---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

FEMININE

489

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

SINGULAR

DUAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL






---

PLURAL










---

JUSSIVE










---










---

The goal of this campaign is [literally: This


campaign aims] to combat polio.

The continent of Africa is susceptible to


the perils of famine.

to trouble, preoccupy

Form IV

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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---

490





---

PLURAL

*JUSSIVE

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE 3

FEMININE

MASCULINE 2
FEMININE

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---





---



**IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE
PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL




---


---

PLURAL





---





---

***JUSSIVE

These changes worry me.

.
.

His girlfriends leaving him distressed him


for a long time.
These studies preoccupy me.

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:


** Contracted form: ...
, , ,

... *** Contracted form:


, , , ,

491

to be concerned; to be interested

Form VIII

ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---


---

*JUSSIVE



---




---

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

---

MASCULINE

VERBAL NOUN

FEMININE

**

We are worried about the state of


deterioration that the environment has
reached.



.
.

Parents are concerned about their


childrens future.

Are you interested in attending the


?concert

________________________

, , , , ... * Contracted form:

** Contracted form:

492

to congratulate

Form II
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

---


---


JUSSIVE





---





---






IMPERATIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---





---





---

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

JUSSIVE






493

Everyone congratulated him on his new


position.
We congratulate you on your happy
marriage.

to be ready
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

Form V
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---


---

--

JUSSIVE





---





---

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

?Have you prepared well for the exam


!Get ready

The army mobilized for the battle.

494

Form I

to fear

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

DUAL SINGULAR



---


---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL








---








---

JUSSIVE


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL








---








---

JUSSIVE


495

The man feared the situation.

I fear God.
The girl respected her mother.

to follow in succession

Form VI

ACTIVE

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MASCULINE





---

MASCULINE


---

--

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Events followed in succession.

Muslims believe that the traditions of the


Prophet were transmitted in an unbroken
chain from one age to another.

496

Form I

to be necessary

ACTIVE
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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---





---





---


--

JUSSIVE

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

I had to apologize to you.

We must wear overcoats.

He dressed properly [literally: as one


ought] for the occasion.
ought

to make obligatory

Form IV
ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



497


---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---



DUAL SINGULAR



IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--


---


---

JUSSIVE



PLURAL





---





---

The teacher made these readings


obligatory for us.
The situation demands that we express
our gratitude to you.

.





.

The committee imposed the taking of a


medical examination before the race.

498

Form I

to find
ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---


--




DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE





--





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---


---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






499



PLURAL





---





---

?Did you find the book you lost

A great temple was found in the western


Sahara, dating back to the Stone Age.

How did you like [literally: find


find] the play
?that you saw last night

In Egypt, there are [literally: there are


found] remnants of the Pharaonic,
found
Hellenistic, Roman, Coptic, Islamic, and
Jewish cultures.

to be afraid
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE



--

-- ,

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The child was afraid of the monster.

Dont be afraid of the unknown.

Pious people revere places of worship.

500

to direct, steer, guide


Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR











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FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE













---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE













---

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT




---






JUSSIVE












---










---

FEMININE

PLURAL

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

501





PLURAL













---













---

The teacher guided us to a new reading of


the text.

The Egyptians are attempting to channel


the waters of the Nile to irrigate the desert.
I directed my glance at you.

The government brought a charge of


embezzlement against the minister.

to face, confront

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---




---




DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE














--
502





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

You have to face the situation bravely.

I will confront him with the truth.


The world has to fight the problem of
poverty.

to turn toward; to betake oneself


Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---





FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL








--





















---













---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE









We turned to Mahmud.

The ship turned toward the north.

.


.

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

I headed home.
503

;to be directed toward; to make for



to come to ones mind

Form VIII

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL









---


---




JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

All the discussions were oriented toward


speaking of the victim.

We headed toward the station an hour


ago.

It occurred to the students that they had


never thought of that solution before.

504

to love
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

Form I



---


---

*JUSSIVE

FEMININE

PASSIVE



---

PLURAL


** IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---

---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---



PLURAL

________________________

, , , ,... * Contracted form:


, , ,** Contracted form: ...

505

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

*JUSSIVE


---

---

I wished I were rich.

Do as you like.

.
.

Id like to eat now.

to see off; to bid farewell

Form II

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


--


FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





--





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

________________________

, , , ,... * Contracted form:

506

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---


--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





--





--

I said good-bye to my family before the


departure.

The man said farewell to life, leaving a


great fortune to his family.
Do not give up hope of success.

to inherit
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

Form I
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR



---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

507

---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE


, ,

MASCULINE

FEMININE


---

FEMININE

JUSSIVE

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

---

JUSSIVE

He inherited millions from his father.

They inherited good qualities from their


mother.

508

to come; to occur
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR









--

Form I
ACTIVE
PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Nothing like this has ever come along


along.

This money came our way unexpectedly.

These concepts occurred in the books of


Arabic philosophers.

to import; to procure

Form X

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL





---
509

PLURAL








---

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE






---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE





---


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




---

JUSSIVE





















---



PLURAL








---
















---

Egypt imports flour from the United States.


They import oil from Iraq.

The father got all his childrens school


needs from the city.

510

to distribute
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---


--



DUAL SINGULAR

Form II

JUSSIVE





--





--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---


--

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






511



PLURAL





--





--

The coach allotted tasks to all the teams


players.

Books were distributed among the pupils.


to soil

PERFECT

MASCULINE




---

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

Form II
PLURAL

--

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

--

512



---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---



---

This table has been soiled with dust


[literally: Dust soiled itit].

Dont soil your shirt.

to extend, expand

PERFECT

3
2

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---






MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form VIII
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL








--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

in the widest sense of the word [literally:


to everything to which the word extends].

.
...



.
513

The area of the field extended to include


nearly a hundred feddans.

He was gladdened [literally: His heart


widened] at this news.
widened

Form VIII

to be marked, distinguished

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---



--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL








--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL









---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

He is characterized by egoism.

.


.


The product was distinguished for its fine


quality.

What is distinctive about life [literally: By


what is life distinguished
distinguished] in the Middle
?East

514


to describe

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR








---




---





DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL





---




---











515

JUSSIVE


---


---

?How would you describe this story

This picture depicts life in the home.

The pyramids are of indescribable


grandeur [literally: cannot be described for
grandeur].

to connect, join; to arrive


Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

--





--


,

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL




---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE



---

516

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE




---



---

The story came to its end.

]I learned [literally: The news reached me


that

I havent yet received the letter [literally:


The letter hasnt reached me yet].

.

.

The president arrived in China to hold


negotiations.

to continue, persist

Form III
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

517

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---




---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

I do not understand how you can work


continuously [literally: how you can
persist in working] for three days without
stopping.

The crowds streamed continuously


[literally: persisted in streaming] into the
Cairo stadium.

Will AIDS continue to spread throughout


?the world

to obtain access; to hit upon


Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR






---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

518



---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE




---


--



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The employee gained access to the secret


computer.

Alexander Graham Bell hit upon inventing


the telephone.
I came by this conclusion after long
investigation.

to get in touch; to be connected


Form VIII

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519

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



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ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

My friend got in touch with me by


telephone.

What relation do these data have [literally:


How are these data connected
connected] with the
?main subject

The house caught on fire [literally: The fire


came in contact with the house].

to bequeath; to urge

Form IV

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FEMININE

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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
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PLURAL






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JUSSIVE

PLURAL


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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

520

PASSIVE
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

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PLURAL






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---

The father bequeathed the house to all his


children.

.




.

The director ordered us to complete the


project next week.

Doctors recommend using this treatment.

I urge you to take care of strangers.

Form II

to make clear
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521





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1
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JUSSIVE





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FEMININE

PASSIVE
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--












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---

We clarified matters to him.

This application has clarified the theory


for us.

The book does not illustrate what you are


saying.

522


to become clear
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MASCULINE
FEMININE

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1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form VIII
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PLURAL

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PLURAL



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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The points of disagreement became clear


clear.

It is obvious from the preceding that


Muhammad is innocent.


to set, place

Form I
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---

I set the food on the table.

.


.

We shall place the problem of poverty at


the head of our concerns.
Try to put yourself in his place.

We have to put the diacritical marks on


the letters [idiom equivalent to the English
expression cross the ts and dot the is].

524

to send; to delegate

Form IV
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FEMININE

1
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VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR


--

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--


MASCULINE

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PLURAL

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JUSSIVE

PLURAL





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IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
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PASSIVE
PLURAL

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---

JUSSIVE

525


PLURAL





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---

The company has sent me to negotiate


with you.



.
.

The government sent a high-level


delegation to Libya.
I will delegate you to represent me.


;to suit; to agree; to make agree
to correspond with

Form III

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1
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---


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,

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---






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PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE




526





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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

Does this appointment suit you


?you

I dont concur with you [literally: I dont


correspond with you with respect to
opinion] on this subject.
The fifteenth of Ramadan corresponds to
the eighth of October this year.

)(
.

He didnt agree to the proposal.

We will reconcile the husband and his


wife.

to agree; to occur by chance

Form VIII

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PERFECT

MASCULINE





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MASCULINE


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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

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PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

527

PLURAL





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---

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN


--

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

We agreed to meet tomorrow.

.
.

The two accounts were in agreement


agreement.

Ill come to you tomorrow in any case


[literally: however it happens to occur
occur].

to receive full payment

Form V

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PERFECT

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MASCULINE


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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

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MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

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---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

528

PASSIVE
DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


---

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---





---

He received his full share of the


inheritance.

We have received in full all we were


promised.

He died [literally: God collected His full


debt from him].

He died [literally: his debt was collected in


full] in A.D. 1413.

;to do something fully, to the end



to exhaust

Form X

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PERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

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DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL





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529



---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

JUSSIVE

---



---

IMPERATIVE

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

MASCULINE

VERBAL NOUN

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

FEMININE

PASSIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

PLURAL






---

---


---

---

JUSSIVE

We listened to the program to the end


[literally: We did fully the entire program].

.

.

I have given the baby his whole feeding


[literally: We have done fully the feeding to
the baby].
This study treated fully [literally:
exhausted] all the dimensions of the
exhausted
subject.

530

to make abundant; to increase,


augment; to save

Form II

ACTIVE
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DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE



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--

MASCULINE


--






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PERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PASSIVE

MASCULINE



---





--

MASCULINE


--





---

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

FEMININE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

PERFECT

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JUSSIVE

531

The teacher provided clarifying examples.

Did the government provide ample


?medicine for the poor people

We have increased opportunities for


employing young people.

The family saved money for a time of


need.

to fall; to happen

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
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PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
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PLURAL

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PLURAL







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--








--


--


JUSSIVE






IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

Many children fall down when they are


learning to walk.

]Several people were taken [literally: fell


captive in Iraq.

Several newspapers covered closely the


events that occurred in Tunis.
532

to knock down; to sign; to inflict

Form II

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR







---


--



DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE





---





---

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL







---


--

PLURAL

JUSSIVE






533





---





---

The player knocked down the other


unintentionally.

The director signed the request for a


leave.

The court imposed on him a punishment of


life imprisonment.

to expect; to have inflicted on one

Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

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FEMININE

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PLURAL





---


---


DUAL SINGULAR





---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






534





---



PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





---

The countries anticipate many hurricanes.

I dreaded [or: anticipated


anticipated] the results of the
exam.

A just punishment was imposed on him.

Many hardships were inflicted on us.


to stop (intransitive); to stand

Form I

ACTIVE
PERFECT





---

MASCULINE


--

MASCULINE

1
IMPERFECT

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---





---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

FEMININE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE


IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

535

]Halt! [traffic sign

The water stopped flowing.

We stopped going to that club because it


became unbearably crowded.

In schools in Egypt, the students stand up


as a sign of respect for the teacher.

After reading this book, I arrived at


[literally: stood on] a new understanding
of existential philosophy.


to stop (transitive); to delay

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL








---









---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

536

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---


---








---

PLURAL

JUSSIVE









---

We concentrated our attention [literally:


stopped our attention] on the problem of
environmental pollution.

This accident stopped the movement of


traffic.

The factory suspended me from work.


?Can you stop the car


to stop (intransitive); to depend

Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR





---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

537





---

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

JUSSIVE

--


---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The car stopped at the traffic signal.

My father stopped smoking.

This decision depends on many factors.

to protect

Form I
ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---





---





---


---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

538

PASSIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

This parasol protected me from the heat.


The helmet protected him from the bullets.

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

---

The mother protected her children from


danger.

PERFECT

JUSSIVE

to beware

---

PLURAL

Form VIII
ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

539

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL




---


---

JUSSIVE

---

---

He was God-fearing [literally: feared God].

Show consideration for your brothers


[literally: Fear God with respect to your
brothers].

.
.

The guard was wary of him.

We took shelter from the rain.

to be near; to follow; to be in charge

Form I

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FEMININE

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FEMININE

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---

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

---


540

PLURAL

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---



, , *
DUAL SINGULAR

---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL



---

---


---

JUSSIVE

---

]We will stay near you [literally: your side


until sunrise.

There [literally: In what] follows a


summary of the discussion.

Ali took over the government of Egypt.

________________________

are associated with the meaning to be near; the verbal noun and * The verbal nouns
,, with the meaning to be in charge.

541

to be a friend; to help; to follow

Form III

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

---

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE

IMPERFECT

FEMININE


MASCULINE

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

JUSSIVE

---

---

IMPERATIVE

FEMININE


---

---

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

542

PLURAL

---

---

I have been a friend of Georges since we


were at the university.

The man helped his wife set the table.

The troops followed the enemy.

The murder followed the robbery in the


order of the events of the crime.

to take charge; to seize control

Form V

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR




---

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PLURAL

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JUSSIVE

PLURAL





---





--

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DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL





---




--543

IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE


---





--

The president took over the government


in 1982.

Dont let despair overcome you


you.

This problem dominates our thoughts.

to follow in succession; to come


continually; to continue

Form VI

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE


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FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

PLURAL



---


---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

JUSSIVE

PLURAL

---





---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

544

Events succeeded each other in a logical


manner.

The news is still flowing in [literally: has


not stopped coming to us constantly
constantly].

to renounce

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE




---


--

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

Form I
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

--

JUSSIVE

PLURAL



---



---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE








Ive given up on life.

Dont give up trying.

545

to smooth; to ease

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN
PERFECT

--




---

DUAL SINGULAR

JUSSIVE











MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

MASCULINE




---

FEMININE
MASCULINE
FEMININE



---



---

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

MASCULINE

PLURAL

IMPERATIVE

MASCULINE

IMPERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE






---

FEMININE

ACTIVE

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

Form II

JUSSIVE

546





PLURAL



---



---

The farmer leveled the ground before


sowing it.

The earlier scholars have smoothed the


path before us to further study.

O my Lord, relieve my mind and ease my


task for me [Quran 20:25].

to be or become easy

Form V

ACTIVE

PERFECT

MASCULINE

MASCULINE

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL






---



---

JUSSIVE

PLURAL


---


---

IMPERATIVE
MASCULINE
FEMININE

The test was easy because I studied well.

The flow of traffic eased.


eased

The familys material conditions


prospered
prospered.

547


)to be awake; to awaken (intransitive

Form I

ACTIVE

DUAL SINGULAR

PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
ACTIVE PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE PARTICIPLE
VERBAL NOUN

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL




---



---


--

JUSSIVE


MASCULINE
FEMININE

I was awake all night long.


He woke up for the telephone
conversation.


to wake up

FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

She got up to study for the exam.






---

We woke up because of the thief.

MASCULINE





---

IMPERATIVE

PERFECT

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR

Form X
ACTIVE
DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE PLURAL

---

548

PLURAL

---


IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

JUSSIVE

---



ACTIVE PARTICIPLE














---

IMPERATIVE

--- PASSIVE PARTICIPLE


VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE

FEMININE

I get up every day at 6 AM.


We wake up every day at the call [of the
muezzin] to the dawn prayer.

He got up for a conference with the


students.

to be or become sure; to believe

Form IV

ACTIVE
PERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

DUAL SINGULAR

PLURAL

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE







---


--

JUSSIVE

549

PLURAL





---





---

PASSIVE PARTICIPLE

PERFECT

DUAL SINGULAR

ACTIVE PARTICIPLE

VERBAL NOUN

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

1
IMPERFECT

MASCULINE
FEMININE

MASCULINE
FEMININE

IMPERATIVE

DUAL SINGULAR SUBJUNCTIVE

PLURAL

MASCULINE
FEMININE

PASSIVE
PLURAL

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--

JUSSIVE





---





---

I am now certain of the truth.

We ascertained by telephone that he is not


at home.

550

He came to believe in the religious


doctrines about which he was formerly in
doubt.

Index of Verbs in Root Order

1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
12
12
14
15
16
17
19
19
20
21
23
23
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

32
33
34

35
36

37
38

39

40
41

42
43
44

45
47

48
49

50
52

53
54
55
56

57
59

60
61
62
551

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
76
77
78
79
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
92
93

Index of Verbs in Root Order




94

97

95
96
98
98
100
100
102
103
104
105
106

108

111

109
110
113
114
115
116
117
118
120
121
122
123
124

125
126
127
128
129
131
131
133
134
135
136
137
139
140
141

142

146

144
145
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
155
156
552

157
158
159
160
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
172
173
174
175
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
186
187
188

Index of Verbs in Root Order



189
190
191
192
193
193
195
195
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
213
213
215
216
216

217
218
219

221

224

222
223
225
226
228
228
229
230
231
232
233
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
244
245
246
247
553

248
249
250
251
252
253
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272



274


275




273

276

Index of Verbs in Root Order


277
278
279
281
282
283
284
285
287
288
289

290

293

291
292
295
295
297
298
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306

307
309
310
311
312

313

317

322

315
316
318
319
320
323
324
325
326
327
329
330

331

334

332
333
336
337
337
339
554

340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
368
368

Index of Verbs in Root Order

370

372

371
373
374
375
377
378
379
380
381
383
384
385
387
388
389
390
391
392

402
403
405
406
407
408
409
409
411
412
413
414
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423

393

427

398

428

400

394
396
397
399
401

424
425
426

429
430
431
555

432
433
434
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
444
444
445
447
447
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
461
462

Index of Verbs in Root Order



463
464
465
466
467
468
470
471
472
473
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
492
493

494
495

496

499

497
497

500

501
502
503
504
505

506

509

507
509
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
523
556

523
525
526
527
528
529
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
548
549

Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order

44
29
31
34
38
1
42
55

50

514

504
10
513
519
523
527
539
2
3
59
56
5
4
70
77
68
69
79

108
88
98
104
111
86
89
92
116
117
124
127
131
9
8
150
152
153
142
147
12
159

190

184

165
181
173
163
557

200
193
195
229
230
23
57
71
72
120
301
339
351
353
373
375
389
391
437
439
224
228
489
509
529
548
14
216

Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order

228
260
258
240
244
246
247
250
272
261
264
266
269
284
285
276
278
299
295
295
298

312
322
323
334
342
355
359
366
368
406
378
392
397
387
15
16
419
423
425
429
17

344

427

345

453

307
317
319
326
309

436
449
445
20

21
558

23
481
454
36
455
458
467
470
477
479
480
457
94
208
209
281
290
297
302
325
361
396
400
492
490
497
520
525

Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order





536
19
25
549
26
43
27
28
32
35
37
40

128

166

157
189
52
53
187
199
203
205
221
273

41

275


283

12

293

48
7
19
30
33
47
39
45
49
76
66
84
100
106

289

298

336

300
311
316
320
333
354
357
384
388
401
559

409
414
428
54
431
433
444
447
451
482
494
496
544
503
518
528
534
537
543
547
78
74
73
60
61
62
63
64

Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order

65
67
81
97
113
110
83
82
85

87

96

90
93
95
98
100
103
102
105
109
114
115
133
134
136
118
121
122

123
125
126
129
131
135

149

137

145
151
139
140
141
144
146
148
155
156
158
160
177
182
162
164
168
167
169
170
560

172
174
175
178
179
180
183
186
188
192
191
198
197
201
193
195
231
235
213
213
216
202
226
233
204
206
207
210

Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order



211
215
217
218
219
222
223
225
232
236
259
245
237
238

239

248

249

241
242

251
252
253
255
256
257
265
274
262

263
267
268
270
271
277

279

287

282
292
288
291
303
304
305
343
315
347

341

313

306
310
318
320
324
327
329
331
561

332
337
337
340
346
348
356
349
352
371
360
372
358
362
363
364
365
368
370
402
403
405
374
377
379
380
381
383

Index of Verbs in Whole Word Order


390
385
393

394

416

398
399
417
407
408

412

413

418

421

409
411

422
420
424
426
430
452
440
432
434
438
441
442

444
447
450
459
464
475
484
483
456
461
462
463
465
466
468
471
473
472

476

486

478
495
485
487
488
493
502
517
562

526
542
497
499
500
501
505
506
507
509
511
512
515
516
521
523
531
532
533
535
538
540
545
546
548

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