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Future tense

 

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

 

As in

 

نِحْنا رَحْ نِحْكي عَرَبي

 

/niHnaa raH niHkee ʻarabee/

 

Means

 

We will speak Arabic

 

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

 

As in

 

رَحْ روحْ

 

/raH rooH/

 

Means

 

I will go

 

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Conjugating in first person (Singular): أَنا

 

  The prefix  رَحْ  should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

أَنا رَحْ روحْ

 

/ʼanaa raH rooH/

 

Means

 

will go

 

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Conjugating in first person (Plural): اِحْنا

 

The prefix  رَحْ  should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

نِحْنا رَحْ نروحْ

 

/niHnaa raH nrooH/

 

Means

 

We will go

 

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Examples:

 

أَنا رَحْ إِرْجَعْ

 

/ʼanaa raH ʼirjaʻ/

 

will return to

 

 

نِحْنا رَحْ نِرْجَعْ

 

/niHnaa raH nirjaʻ/

 

We will return to

 

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Examples:

 

أَنا رَحْ روحْ

 

/ʼanaa raH rooH/

 

will go

 

 

نِحْنا رَحْ نروحْ

 

/niHnaa raH nrooH/

 

We will go

 

 

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Examples:

 

أَنا رَحْ آكُلْ

 

/ʼanaa raH ʼaakul/

 

will eat

 

 

نِحْنا رَحْ ناكُلْ

 

/niHnaa raH naakul/

 

We will eat

 

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السُّوق

 

/issooʼ/

 

Means

 

The market

 

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فِسْتان

 

/fistaan/

 

Means

 

Dress

 

 

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الجايِة

 

/iljaayih/

 

Means

 

Next

 

As in

 

الأُسْبوع الجايِة

 

/ilʼisbooʻ iljaayih/

 

Means

 

Next week

 

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بَعِدْ

 

Means

 

After a…/ In a…  (Time related)

 

As in

 

بَعِدْ شَهِرْ

 

/baʻid shahir/

 

After a month

 

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بُكْرَه

 

/bukrah/

 

Means

 

Tomorrow

 

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Conjugating in second person (Masculine/ Singular): إِنْتِه

 

The prefix رَحْ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

إِنْتِه رَحْ تروحْ

 

/ʼintih raH trooH/

 

Means

 

You will go (Masculine)

 

 

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Conjugating in second person (Feminine/ Singular): إِنْتِ

 

The prefix  رَحْ should precede the verb in present tense

 

إِنْتِ رَحْ تروحي

 

/ʼinti raH trooHee/

 

Means

 

You will go (Feminine)

 

 

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Examples:

 

إِنْتِه رَحْ تِرْجَعْ

 

/ʼintih raH tirjaʻ/

 

You will go back (Masculine)

 

 

إِنْتِ رَحْ تِرْجَعي

 

/ʼinti raH tirjaʻee/

 

You will go back (Feminine)

 

 

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 Examples:

 

إِنْتِه رَحْ تِشْرَبْ

 

/ʼintih raH tishrab/

 

You will drink (Masculine)

 

 

إِنْتِ رَحْ تِشْرَبي

 

/ʼinti raH tishrabee/

 

You will drink (Feminine)

 

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Examples:

 

إِنْتِه رَحْ تاكُلْ

 

/ʼintih raH taakul/

 

You will eat (Masculine)

 

 

إِنْتِ رَحْ تاكْلي

 

/ʼinti raH taaklee/

 

You will eat (Feminine)

 

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Conjugating in third person (Masculine/ Singular): هُوِّ

 

The prefix رَحْ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

هُوِّ رَحْ يروحْ

 

/huwwih raH yrooH/

 

Means

 

  He will go

 

 

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Conjugating in third person (Feminine/ Singular): هِيِّ

 

The prefix  رَحْ should precede the verb in present tense

 

As in

 

هِيِّ رَحْ تروحْ

 

/hiyyih raH trooH/

 

Means

 

She will go

 

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Examples:

 

هُوِّ رَحْ يِرْجَعْ

 

/huwwih raH yirjaʻ/

 

He will go back to

 

 

هِيِّ رَحْ تِرْجَعْ

 

/hiyyih raH tirjaʻ/

 

She will go back to

 

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Examples:

 

هُوِّ رَحْ يِشْرَبْ

 

/huwwih raH yishrab/

 

He will drink

 

 

هِيِّ رَحْ تِشْرَبْ

 

/hiyyih raH tishrab/

 

She will drink

 

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Examples:

 

هُوِّ رَحْ ياكُلْ

 

/huwwih raH yaakul/

 

He will eat

 

 

هِيِّ رَحْ تاكُلْ

 

/hiyyih raH taakul/

 

She will eat

 

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ما

 

Means

 

Will not

 

 

As in

 

 

 ما رَحْ إِشْرَبْ قَهْوِة بُكْرَه

 

/maa raH ʼishrab ʼahwih bukrah/

 

Means

 

I will not drink coffee tomorrow

 

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