Thursday , December 8 2016

How to use the future tense in Levantine Arabic

Today you’re going to hear how to talk about future actions in Levantine Arabic.

(راح/رح)‬ is the future marker in this dialect. It’s a good idea to compare this to the future markers of other dialects which differ considerably.

Sample sentences:

  • I will go.
  • You will run.
  • You (plural) will sleep.
  • She will come.
  • He will speak.
  • We will see.
  • They will know.

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