Future tense - Kaleela

Future tense

Future tense

 

 

The future means that the action happens after the time of speaking

 

As in

 

اِحْنا هَــنِتعَلِّمْ عربي

 

/iHnaa hanitʻallim ʻarabi/

 

Means

 

We will learn Arabic

 

 

 


 

 

The future form of the verb is the same as the present tense with the prefix

 

هَ

 

/ha/

 

As in

 

هَــنروحْ

 

/hanrooH/

 

Means

 

We will go

 

 

 


 

 

Conjugating in first person (Singular): أَنا

 

The prefix هَـ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

أَنا هَـروحْ

 

/ʼanaa harooH/

 

Means

 

will go

 

 

 


 

 

Conjugating in first person (Plural): اِحْنا

 

The prefix هَـ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

اِحْنا هَــنروحْ السّوق

 

/iHnaa hanrooH issooʼ/

 

Means

 

We will go to the market

 

 

 


 

 

Examples:

 

أَنا هَـرْجَعْ

 

/ʼanaa hargaʻ/

 

will return

 

اِحْنا هَــنِرْجَعْ

 

/iHnaa hanirgaʻ/

 

We will return

 

 

 


 

 

أَنا هَــشْرَبْ

 

/ʼanaa hashrab/

 

will drink

 

اِحْنا هَــنِشْرَبْ

 

/iHnaa hanishrab/

 

We will drink

 

 

 


 

 

أَنا هَـآكُلْ

 

/ʼanaa haakul/

 

will eat

 

اِحْنا هَــنَاكُلْ

 

/iHnaa hanaakul/

 

We will eat

 

 

 


 

 

السّوق

 

/issooʼ/

 

Means

 

The market

 

 

 


 

فُسْتان

 

/fustaan/

 

Means

 

Dress

 

 

 

 


 

 

الجاي

 

/ilgaay/

 

Means

 

Next

 

As in

 

الأُسْبوع الجاي

 

/ilʼusbooʻ ilgaay/

 

 

 


 

 

بَعْدِ

 

/baʻdi/

 

Means

 

After a…/In a… (Time related)

 

As in

 

بَعْدِ شَهْر

 

/baʻdi shahr/

 

After a month

 

 

 


 

 

بُكْرَه

 

/bukrah/

 

Means

 

Tomorrow

 

 

 


 

 

Conjugating in second person (Masculine/Singular): إِنْتَ

 

The prefix هَـ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

إِنْتَ هَــتروحْ

 

/ʼinta hatrooH/

 

Means

 

You will go (Masculine)

 

 

 


 

 

Conjugating in second person (Feminine/Singular): إِنْتِ

 

The prefix  هَـ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

إِنْتِ هَـتروحي

 

/ʼinti hatrooHe/

 

Means

 

You will go (Feminine)

 

 

 


 

 

Examples:

 

إِنْتِ هَـتِرْجَعي

 

/ʼinti hatirgaʻee/

 

You will go back (Feminine)

 

إِنْتَ هَـتِرْجَع

 

/ʼinta hatirgaʻ/

 

You will go back (Masculine)

 

 

 


 

 

إِنْتِ هَــتِشْرَبي

 

/ʼinti hatishrabee/

 

You will drink (Feminine)

 

إِنْتَ هَــتِشْرَب

 

/ʼinta hatishrab/

 

You will drink (Masculine)

 

 

 


 

 

إِنْتِ هَــتَاكلْي

 

/ʼinti hataaklee/

 

You will eat (Feminine)

 

إِنْتَ هَــتَاكُلْ

 

/ʼinta hataakul/

 

You will eat (Masculine)

 

 

 


 

 

Conjugating in third person (Masculine/Singular): هُوَّ

 

The prefix هَـ  should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

هُوَّ هَــيروحْ

 

/huwwah hayrooH/

 

Means

 

He will go

 

 

 


 

 

Conjugating in third person (Feminine/Singular): هِيِّ

 

The prefix هَـ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

هِيِّ هَــتروحْ

 

/hiyyah hatrooH/

 

Means

 

She will go

 

 

 


 

 

Examples:

 

هِيَّ هَـتِرْجَعْ

 

/hiyyah hatirgaʻ/

 

She will go back

 

هُوَّ هَـيِرْجَعْ

 

/huwwah hayirgaʻ/

 

He will go back

 

 

 


 

 

Examples:

 

هِيَّ هَـتِشْرَبْ

 

/hiyyah hatishrab/

 

She will drink

 

هُوَّ هَـيِشْرَبْ

 

/huwwah hayishrab/

 

He will drink

 

 

 


 

 

Examples:

 

هِيَّ هَــتَاكُلْ

 

/hiyyah hataakul/

 

She will eat

 

هُوَّ هَــيَاكُلْ

 

/huwwah hayaakul/

 

He will eat

 

 

 


 

 

مِشْ

 

/mish/

 

Means

 

Will not

 

As in

 

مِشْ هَشْرَبْ قَهْوَة بُكْرَه 

 

/mish hashrab ʼahwah bukrah/

 

I will not drink coffee tomorrow

 

 

 


 

 

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