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100+ Examples of Common Verbs in Arabic with English & Spanish Subtitles

Updated: Apr 1, 2022

Easy Video Lesson about present tense verbs in Arabic, with lots of practical examples from daily life

In this lesson you will find all the basic common verbs that you need to know in Arabic, in the present tense, using pronouns: he, she, you (masculine), you (feminine) and I. Suitable for beginners and interemediate learners. This will help expand your vocabualry and construct questions and sentences. One of the most efficient ways of learning new verbs and vocabulary is through relevant examples. To make the best use of this lesson, try to write down the sentences yourself and construct your own examples.


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