to let in levantine arabic

Verb To Let in Levantine Arabic خلّى

Learn the conjugation of the verb to let in Levantine Arabic.

This post includes full conjugation of the verb to let for the present, past and future tense, negation and imperative.

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To Let in Levantine Arabic – Present

I letبَخَلّيbakhallii
You (m.) letبِتْخَلّيbitkhallii
You (f.) letبِتْخَلّيbitkhallii
He letsبِخَلّيbikhallii
She letsبِتْخَلّيbitkhallii
We letمِنْخَليminkhallii
You (pl.) letبِتْخَلّواbitkhalloo
They letبِخَلّواbikhalloo


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I letخَلَّيْتkhallayt
You (m.) letخَلَّيْتkhallayt
You (f.) letخَلَّيْتِkhallayti
He letخَلَّىkhallaa
She letخَلَّتkhallat
We letخَلَّيْناkhallaynaa
You (pl.) letخَلَّيْتواkhallaytoo
They letخَلّواkhalloo

To Let in Levantine Arabic – Future

I will letرَح أَخَلّيraH akhallii
You (m.) will letرَح تْخَلّيraH tkhallii
You (f.) will letرَح تْخَلّيraH tkhallii
He will letرَح يِخَلّيraH yikhallii
She will letرَح تْخَلّيraH tkhallii
We will letرَح نْخَلّيraH nkhallii
You (pl.) will letرَح تْخَلّواraH tkhalloo
They will letرَح يِخَلّواraH yikhalloo


To negate the verb to let in Levantine Arabic you need to add ما before the verb.

Examples: I didn’t let – ما خَلَّيْت , She doesn’t let – ما بِتْخَلّي , You (pl.) will not let – ما رَح تْخَلّوا


Let (you m.)خَلّيkhallii
Let (you f.)خَلّيkhallii
Let (plural)خَلّواkhalloo

To Let in Levantine Arabic – Conjugation Quiz

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