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الفعل الماضي

الفعل الماضي

الفعل الماضي. The Past-Tense Verb . The past-tense pattern. The selected pattern for the active voice past-tense in three-lettered verbs is: فَعَلَ Each of the three base letters is vowelled with a َ e.g. نَصَرَ (he helped), جَلَسَ (he sat). . Suffixes for the past-tense verb.

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الفعل الماضي

الفعل الماضي

الفعل الماضي. The Past-Tense Verb. The past-tense pattern. The selected pattern for the active voice past-tense in three-lettered verbs is: فَعَلَ Each of the three base letters is vowelled with a َ e.g. نَصَرَ (he helped), جَلَسَ (he sat). Suffixes for the past-tense verb.

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Passive Voice

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PASSIVE VOICE

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PASSIVE VOICE

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Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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PASSIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

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Passive Voice

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PASSIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

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PASSIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

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PASSIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

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