The Imperative Tense in Arabic Language


Verbs in Arabic Language; Part 3: All you need to know about the Imperative Tense in Arabic language, Declension and Conjugation: Brain Friendly Study Cards.


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In this series of lessons, I will provide a detailed explanation for each verb tense, in terms of declension and relevant signs, as well as conjugation, using brain friendly study cards, to help you recall the information, and refer to it when needed. Stay tuned and subscribe to the blog to get the following releases about Arabic grammar, and all other new FREE learning tools; plus get your subscription freebie: a complete Arabic conversation phrase book for beginners, which helps you get through daily life situations with ease (English translation and transcription provided). Additionally, follow the Facebook Page to get the new uploads straight into your news-feed!



علاماتُ بِناءِ فِعْلِ الأَمْر Mabney Signs of the Imperative Tense.

علاماتُ بِناءِ فِعْلِ الأَمْر Mabney Signs of the Imperative Tense.