Arabic roots with weak letters are tricky. If you want to express "say!" (you both - dual) in Arabic, you use قُولا. Why do we keep the و here? An analysis.
The Aleph at the end of third-person plural verbs is there for protection.
The vowel on the second root letter of an Arabic verb reveals many things about the character and personality of the verb.
There are ten verb forms in Arabic. That is what most people learn - even at universities. But that is not the end of the story, as we will learn in this article.
Mai Ahmed from Cairo has written a book about Egyptian recipes for vegetarians. PLUS: We will check the 20 most important verbs for cooking in Egyptian Arabic.