The Present Tense and Moods in Arabic Language
Updated: Apr 8
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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Note: Present tense can also be "Mabniyy" in two cases:
1- Mabnهyy and the sign is sukoun: When "Noun An-niswa" نون النِّسْوة of the feminine plural Noun letter attaches to it; example:
هُنَّ: يَفْعَلْنَ، يَذْهَبْنَ، يَكْتُبْنَ...
2-Mabniyy and the sign is FatHa: When "Noun At-tawkeed"نون التَّوْكيد attaches to it; example:
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