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can someone explain about this verb > ينام ? please help
Apr 12, 2018 1:50 AM
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ينام= sleeping
أنام= I sleep
نام= slept
April 13, 2018
thank you @Tasneem
what makes me confuse is the verb ينام changing
for example :
 يدرس - ادرس - درست
but for ينام
ينام - انام - نمت

April 12, 2018
@Rihab Essam thank you so much for the explanation... it helps me a lot :)
April 22, 2018

you use it to talk about a man who is currently sleeping and not present :) 


April 21, 2018

هو يدرس he study - present 

انا ادرس i study  - present 

انا درست its the past in arabic ...i studied 

if you want to use the verb in The Imperative it will have the same letters of the present ' Adrusu أَدرس انا i study . but the difference is that u have to put Damma on the Alif Udrus Anta أُدرُس 


And so on with the verb ينام  to sleep.. only one difference with the Imperative of this verb that is irregular will be ' Nim نِم

Good luck



April 20, 2018
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