How to talk about present actions in Levantine Arabic
Today you’re going to hear how to talk about present actions in Levantine Arabic.
Important Note: Each native speaker has given a sample of exactly how they would speak in real life when talking about a present action. What this means is that this is not a list of simple present conjugated verbs but rather a combination of simple present, active participle, habitual present and even future verbs.
It’s important to learn verbs the way they’re naturally used in context rather than from memorized conjugation tables.
- I’m going.
- You’re running.
- You’re (plural) sleeping.
- She’s coming.
- He’s speaking.
- We’re seeing.
- They’re knowing.
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