By Jane Wightwick, Mahmoud Gaafar
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Form VII is relatively uncommon and usually has a passive meaning: Öp∏r≤jn (basic verb yaqlib – to overturn/turn [something] over)➙ Öp∏n≤ær jn (form VII verb yanqalib – to be overturned) ô°ùrn µjn (basic verb yaksar – to break)➙ ô°ùnp µær jn (form VII verb yankasir – to be broken) 2. Form VIII is a common form and is usually intransitive, but there is no consistent meaning pattern connected with it. These verbs are often close to the basic root meaning: ™ªn é r jn (basic verb yajma´ – to gather/put together)➙ ™pªnàrénj (form VIII verb yajtami´ – to assemble/meet together) Üôro ≤nj (basic verb yaqrub – to be near)➙ Üpôàrn ≤jn (form VIII verb yaqtarib – to approach/advance) ô°ûo ær jn (basic verb yanshur – to publish/diffuse)➙ ô°ûp àn ær jn (form VIII verb yantashir – to become widespread) 3.
Here is a table summarizing the past and present patterns for doubled verbs. A good exercise is to cover the column showing the doubled verb and see if you can predict the pattern according to the rules on page 30. ) päOr On Qn radadti ƒn go »n pg he/it ÉfCG she/it Os Qn radda räOs Qn raddat Doubled verbs in the present Ot Qo nCG Ot ôo nJ ’arudd(u) nøjOu ôo nJ Ot ôo jn taruddiina tarudd(u) yarudd(u) Ot ôo nJ tarudd(u) narudd(u) plural øo ë r nf ºr ào rfCG we ÉnfOr On Qn radadnaa you (masc. pl) ºr oJOr On Qn radadtum Ot ôo nf n¿hOt ôo nJ øs ào fCG ºgo you (fem.
Look at the general rules on page 34 in conjunction with the later chapters if you need to find out how the verbs with hamza behave in the derived forms or other patterns. , the • )in the past. It has been chosen to show how the hamza is usually written when preceded by a Damma. 36 Arabic Verbs Present tense Hamza as root 1 (òNCÉj: to take) Hamza as root 2 (∫CÉ°ùj: to ask) Hamza as root 3 (ƒD £Ñj: to be slow) ∫ÉnC °Sr nCG (’as’al[u]) Dƒ o£rHnCG (’abTu’[u]) nârfnCG òNo ÉrC nJ (ta’khudh[u]) ∫nCÉ°ùnr J pârfnCG nøjpòoNÉrC nJ (ta’khudhiina) nÚpdÉnC °ùnr J (tas’al[u]) Dƒ o£Ñnr J (tabTu’[u]) (tas’aliina) nøjpDƒ o£rÑnJ (tabTu’iina) ∫nCÉ°ùr jn (yas’al[u]) ƒD o£Ñr jn (yabTu’[u]) ∫CÉ°ùnr J (tas’al[u]) ƒ o£rÑnJ (tabTu’[u]) øo ë r nf òoNrCÉnf (na’khudh[u]) ∫nCÉ°ùnr f ºr ào rfnCG n¿hoòNo ÉrC nJ (ta’khudhuuna) n¿ƒodÉnC °ùnr J (nas’al[u]) Dƒ o£rÑnf (nabTu’[u]) singular ÉfCG òoNBG (’aakhudh[u]) ƒn go òNo ÉrC jn (ya’khudh[u]) »n pg òoNÉrC nJ (ta’khudh[u]) plural øs ào fnCG n¿ròoNrCÉnJ (ta’khudhna) ørn dnCÉ°ùnr J ºgo n¿hoòNo ÉrC jn (ya’khudhuuna) n¿ƒodÉnC °ùr jn øs go n¿ròoNrCÉnj (ya’khudhna) nørdÉnC °ùr nj (tas’aluuna) ¿h n oDƒ o£Ñnr J (tabTu’uuna) (tas’alna) n¿Dƒr o£rÑnJ (tabTu’na) (yas’aluuna) ¿h n Dƒo o£Ñr jn (yabTu’uuna) (yas’alna) ¿n rDƒ o£rÑnj (yabTu’na) Remember that in the present tense the middle vowel will vary, as it does with regular verbs (see page 17).
Arabic Verbs & Essentials of Grammar (2nd Edition) by Jane Wightwick, Mahmoud Gaafar