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Hippocrene Books, 2007 - 276 páginas
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Arabic Verbs provides all the information you need to correctly use verbs in Modern Standard Arabic. Perfect for Arabic students at any level, this easy-to-use book clearly explains the usage and formation of verbs. Divided into three parts, Arabic Verbs includes: a complete explanation of the structure, use, and formation of verbs in all tenses, 155 complete conjugation tables showing all common verb patterns, plus words and phrases related to each verb, an index of more than 1,200 verbs and the conjugation pattern they follow. This comprehensive reference book is a must-have for students of Arabic. Book jacket.
 

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Introduction page
5
Form and use of the verb
7
Triliteral root principal parts
9
Class of verb
10
Subject person gender number agreement
12
Pronunciation
14
Past tense
15
Present tense
17
Using a dictionary
33
Verbal noun
36
Quadriliteral root
39
Verbal sentence nominal sentence
40
Subjunctive
43
Jussive
47
Imperative
48
Indirect speech statement question command
49

Future particle
19
Continuous past tense
20
Pluperfect tense
21
Government direct and prepositional object
22
Predicated verbs
26
Verbs used with the present tense
28
Increased forms
29
Condition and concession
52
Passive voice
56
Further expressions with the verbal noun
60
Verb tables
63
Verb list
233
Index to Part I
267
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Sobre el autor (2007)

Dr. John Mace was awarded a PHD for his unique and groundbreaking research, which led him to develop the Mace Method. He is Principal of a successful training academy in Perth, West Australia, where he also works as a Mace Method practitioner.

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