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The Future Tense in Arabic

Learn about the future tense in Arabic language.

Review Part 1: The Past Tense (Click here).

Review Part 2: The Present Tense (Click here)

Review Part 3: The Imperative Tense (Click here)

Review Part 4: The Imperative Tense, Part 2 (Click here)

First watch this short video which will teach you an easy trick to remember the future tense in Arabic! (Click here to open in a new window).

The simple trick or tip is:

Remember the saying as easy as a piece of cake.

Now make it a strawberry cake. S for Strawberry.

Use Sa- prefix or "sawfa" particle before the present tense verb to change it to the future tense! Voila as simple as a piece of strawberry cake with sa- or sawfa icing on top!

Examples used in the video:

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