Levantine arabic verbs conjugation

Verb to learn in Levantine Arabic

Learn conjugation of the verb to learn in Levantine Arabic.

Verbs and their conjugations in Arabic are a key part of knowing the language. Unfortunately, you have no choice – if you want to speak Arabic well you must know how to conjugate the verbs correctly.

We decided to create materials for learning Levantine Arabic Verbs and help you understand the conjugation once and for all.

Below you will find a table with the conjugation of the Arabic verb to learn. The table includes: present tense, future tense, past tense and imperative.

Once you’re familiar with the conjugation, check out examples of how the Levantine Arabic verb to learn is used in phrases.

Verb to learn in Levantine Arabic
How to learn verbs in Arabic

Conjugation of the verb to learn in Levantine Arabic

Imperative1. Future tense: raH (رح) + the verb
2. After another verb
Past tensePresent tensePronoun


أتْعَلَّم

تْعَلَّمِت

بَتْعَلَّم

أنا

تْعَلَّم

تِتْعَلَّم

تْعَلَّمِت

بْتِتْعَلَّم

انْتَ

تْعَلَّمِي

تِتْعَلَّمِي

تْعَلَّمْتِ

بْتِتْعَلَّمِي

انْتِ


يِتْعَلَّم

تْعَلَّم

بِتْعَلَّم

هُوّ


تِتْعَلَّم

تْعَلَّمَت

بْتِتْعَلَّم

هِيّ


نِتْعَلَّم

تْعَلَّمْنَا

مْنِتْعَلَّم

احْنا

تْعَلَّمُوا

تِتْعَلَّمُوا

تْعَلَّمْتُوا

بْتِتْعَلَّمُوا

انْتوا


يِتْعَلَّمُوا

تْعَلَّمُوا

بِتْعَلَّمُوا

هُمّ
to learn in Levantine Arabic – selfarabic

To learn in Levantine Arabic – examples

هيّ بِتْحِبّ تِتْعَلَّم اللُغات 

[hiye bitHibb tit3allam al-lughaat]

She likes to learn languages. 

رَح أتْعَلَّم السّواقِة 

[raH at3allam as-swaaqa]

I will learn to drive (the driving). 

ما تْعَلَّم شي بالجامْعة

[maa t3allam shi bil-jaam3a]

He didn’t learn anything in college.

كيف تْعَلَّمْتوا عربي؟

[keef t3allamtuu 3arabi?]

How did you (plural) learn Arabic?

بِدّي أتْعَلَّم إشي جْديد

[biddi at3allam ishi jdeed]

I want to learn something new.

Quiz

To learn in Levantine Arabic – conjugation Quiz

Check if you know how to conjugate verb to learn in Levantine Arabic correctly with our quick quiz.

Present, past and future tense.

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