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Lettere Root, verbi al passato

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    Faissel B.
    MA
    Faissel B.

    very important topic

    Fliti B.
    DZ
    Fliti B.

    How are you

    Ali Jamal Mohammed A.
    BH
    Ali Jamal Mohammed A.

    What is the Nationality of the Teacher ???

    Ammar Muhammad A.
    NG
    Ammar Muhammad A.

    Arabic verbs (ﻞﻌﻓ fiʻl; pl. ﻝﺎﻌﻓﺃ afʻāl ), as the verbs in other Semitic languages, and as the entire vocabulary in those languages, are based on a set of two, three, four and also five consonants (but mainly three consonants) called a root ( triliteral or quadriliteral according to the number of consonants). The root communicates the basic meaning of the verb, e.g. k-t-b 'write', q-r-ʼ 'read', ʼ-k-l 'eat'. Changes to the vowels in between the consonants, along with prefixes or suffixes, specify grammatical functions such as person, gender, number, tense, mood, and voice. An example from the root k-t-b 'write'

    Muhammad Salim A.
    NG
    Muhammad Salim A.

    INTERESTED

    Paige G.
    GB
    Paige G.

    On the middle word part it could confuse people as the English words are not in the correct order drank and opened need to be swapped so that when reading the Arabic list right to left it matches the English words left to right.

    Berrayah B.
    DZ
    Berrayah B.

    كيف حالك

    Abir E.
    US
    Abir E.

    There is a mismatch of the words and their translation here. Jalasa means sat/ fataha means opened and shariba means drank!

    Sanaa J.
    JO
    Sanaa J.

    very important topic to know the roots for all different words.

    Eden H.
    US
    Eden H.

    The verbs columns seem to be labeled wrong. They are moved over twice in the wrong direction.

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