The Command / Imperative

Verbs in Arabic have three tenses: the fi’l al-maadi (perfect / past tense), the fi’l al-mudaari’ (imperfect / present tense), and the fi’l al-amr (command / imperative). In a previous post we gave the tables for the first two. The following is the table for the third one: the fi’l al-amr. It is shorter than the other two since it only applies to the second person.

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One Response to The Command / Imperative

  1. the middle road says:

    Please note that this won’t apply to all verbs.

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