Quick Arabic Perfect and Imperfect Tenses Chart for English Speakers

Quick Arabic Perfect and Imperfect Tenses Chart for English Speakers Quick Arabic Perfect and Imperfect Tenses Chart for English Speakers

Quick Arabic perfect and imperfect tenses chart for English speakers. In given example, the verb is “fa’Ala” or “فعل” in Arabic, which means “to do”. For instance in perfect tense, Anna fa’Altu, I did. And in imperfect tense, Anaa af’Ulu, I do.

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