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IrffiCuit p ' L L l ul this (is a) university 3 Know f* they a Remember la&& Who? f^ram where? Where? When? ^ a k m Note IL Nationalities *a &4 country -.. ,.. i>i i & a . 7 * \ . I . v J&l . \. Fill in the ID Fill in the blanks &a#au h h4fl. \&I . (Y) 4 I1 Occupations Read and match Verb : He studies (to study) w* Note: We always refer to 3" penon masculine as our-bastverb. (See Appendix A) To change into continuous form attach 4 To change intofuture form attach to the prewt prefix. to the pruent p d i Example: o à § * .

After a while Straight away 1 always Two days ago ~ o n time g ago 4& la ^fC 1 Morning L ) * ~ * ! L ~ N ~ (_l~4J 1 evevning Today Tomorrow Now At once * it is preferable to use a definite article after time and place expressions bAJi*-a bJS( Exercises Ask and Answer Look and answer È& (>. \J&J \J~*L\ (\)(^ti Make sentences dinner LudU\ lunch \a a match serial &L^ &LA\ picnic meeting -UÈ c%'fl lesson Verb : He says / to say ~ o t:e he title verb is always the 3" penoii &mime The pronominal always takes a kasra except only when the following vowel is a Dmuna, then in this case, it takes a Damma too.

Where? When? ^ a k m Note IL Nationalities *a &4 country -.. ,.. i>i i & a . 7 * \ . I . v J&l . \. Fill in the ID Fill in the blanks &a#au h h4fl. \&I . (Y) 4 I1 Occupations Read and match Verb : He studies (to study) w* Note: We always refer to 3" penon masculine as our-bastverb. (See Appendix A) To change into continuous form attach 4 To change intofuture form attach to the prewt prefix. to the pruent p d i Example: o à § * . Fumpk: wJ-^ - Drills tospWa +a] to read ^ ^ t o towork /^ Uue all thew verb8 with each person ex: Note that the 4 is the variable that always changes according to person.

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