The Present Tense and Moods in Arabic Language

Updated: Aug 4, 2020


Verbs in Arabic Language; Part 2: All you need to know about the Present Tense in Arabic language, Declension and Conjugation; including the Subjunctive and Jussive Moods: Brain Friendly Study Cards.


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علاماتُ رَفْعِ الفِعْلِ المُضارِع Nominative Signs of the Present Tense (Default case; no presence of Nasb or Jazm particles)

علاماتُ نَصْبِ الفِعْلِ المُضارِع Signs of the Subjunctive Mood for the Present Tense when preceded by a Nasb Particle.