How to make sentences in Arabic Language by using أَكْتُبُ – أَقْرَاُ – أَسْتَمعُ – أرْسَلْتُ – أشَاهِدُ

In this post, there are examples of verbs conjugated with the first person pronoun (أَنَأ Ana)

These are sentences containing present or past tense verbs + the subject (أَنَا) which is hidden and + the direct object الْمَفْعُول به

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أَكْتُبُ- aktubu – This is a present tense verb which means, “I am writing” conjugated with the first person pronoun (أَنَا – ana)

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أَقْرَاُ (aqraa) This is a present tense verb which means, “I am reading” conjugated with the first person pronoun (أنا – ana).

أسْتَمعُ إلَى – astami 3u ila – which means, “I am listening.” This verb usually needs a preposition حرف جر – harfu al-jar “إلى – ila.”

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أشَاهِدُ (ushaahidu) This is a present tense verb which means, “I am watching” conjugated with the first person pronoun (أنا – ana).

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أرْسَلْتُ (arsaltu) This is a past tense verb which means, “I sent” conjugated with the first person pronoun (أنا – ana).

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