Dialect Icon
levantine Dialect
levantine Dialect

Verb Packs

The Essential Levantine Arabic Verb Packs

Learn all the Levantine Arabic verbs you need to speak fluently in every conversation.

Learn More

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.
  • Kevin Merkelz
    Free Member

    For “نشوف”… Do you pronounce it “nashoof” or “inshoof”?

    • Lina Ob

      Hi Kevin,
      It should be “nshoof” with a Sukoon on the “n”, but since it’s difficult to pronounce it with Sukoon, we say “inshoof”.