Learn the conjugation of the verb to think in Levantine Arabic.
This post includes full conjugation of the verb to think for the present, past and future tense, negation and imperative.
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To Think in Levantine Arabic – Present
|You (m.) think||بِتْفَكِّر||bitfakkir|
|You (f.) think||بِتْفَكّري||bitfakkrii|
|You (pl.) think||بِتْفَكّروا||bitfakkroo|
|You (m.) thought||فَكَّرْت||fakkart|
|You (f.) thought||فَكَّرْتِ||fakkarti|
|You (pl.) thought||فَكَّرْتوا||fakkartoo|
To Think in Levantine Arabic – Future
|I will think||رَح أَفَكِّر||raH afakkir|
|You (m.) will think||رَح تْفَكِّر||raH tfakkir|
|You (f.) will think||رَح تْفَكّري||raH tfakkrii|
|He will think||رَح يِفَكِّر||raH yifakkir|
|She will think||رَح تْفَكِّر||raH tfakkir|
|We will think||رَح نْفَكِّر||raH nfakkir|
|You (pl.) will think||رَح تْفَكْروا||raH tfakkroo|
|They will think||رَح يِفَكّروا||raH yifakkroo|
To negate the verb to think in Levantine Arabic you need to add ما before the verb.
Examples: They don’t think – ما بِفَكّروا , I didn’t think – ما فَكَّرْت , He will not think – ما رَح يِفَكِّر
To learn new vocabulary check also: 1000 most common Levantine Arabic words
|Think! (you m.)||فَكِّر||fakkir|
|Think! (you f.)||فَكّري||fakkrii|
To Think in Levantine Arabic – Conjugation Quiz
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