Arabic adverbs of time is something every beginner should learn as soon as possible. They help us to determine when and how frequently an action happens.
Adverb of time in Arabic is called ظرف الزمان [dharf az-zamaan]. Words such as yesterday, tomorrow, always are examples of adverbs of time. Today you are going to learn how to say these words in Arabic.
In our list of Arabic adverbs of time we have included around 30 most common adverbs, that you will surely use/hear in everyday speech, even if you are still a beginner.
At the end of this lesson test what you have learned with our Arabic Vocabulary Quiz.
Examples of Arabic adverbs of time
Learn how to say today, yesterday, often, usually and more with our Arabic Vocabulary List. There is a simplified pronunciation written for each Arabic word.
If you don’t know the Arabic alphabet yet check our post Arabic alphabet – All you need to know to write in Arabic
|Later||فيما بَعْد||fiimaa ba3d|
|Day after tomorrow||بَعْدَ غَدِِ||ba3da ghadin|
|In the morning||صَباحًا||SabaaHan|
|In the afternoon||عَشِيّةً||3ashiyyatan|
|In the evening||مَساءً||masaa’an|
|Still||لا يَزال||laa yazaal|
|Not yet||لَيْسَ بَعْد||laysa ba3d|
Arabic adverbs of time Quiz
Arabic adverbs of time
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