A new Arabic verb a day – (كره)

Verb to hate

to hate – كره

The verb for today is كره – يكره 
Transliteration Kareha (Past) – Yakrahu (Present)
Meaning to hate
Example  يكره أبي الحياة في المدينة
My dad hates life in the city 
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A new Arabic verb a day – (دخل)

Verb to enter

Enter – دخل

The verb for today is دخل – يدخل 
Transliteration Da’kh’ala (Past) – Yad’khulu (Present)
Meaning to enter
Example
دخل العصفور إلى القفص 

The bird entered the cage. 

A new Arabic verb a day – (أحبَّ)

Verb to love

to love – أحبَّ

The verb for today is أحبَّ – يحب 
Transliteration Ahabba (Past) – Yuhebbu (Present)
Meaning
  • to love
  • to like
Example يحب أخي العمل كمدرس
My brother likes to work as a teacher 

A new Arabic verb a day – (لوَّن)

verb to color

to color – لوّن

The verb for today is لوَّن – يلون
Transliteration Lawanna (Past) – Yla-w-nou (Present)
Meaning
  • to color
  • to paint
Example لوَّن أخي الصغير الصورة
My younger brother painted the picture. 

A new Arabic verb a day – (نام)

sleep

sleep – نام

The verb for today is نام – ينام 
Transliteration Nama (Past) – Yanamu (Present)
Meaning
  • Sleep
  • Fall asleep
  • go to sleep
Example نام الطفل على ذراع أمه
the child slept on his mother’s arm 

A new Arabic verb a day – (صحا)

To wake up

wake up – صحا

The verb for today is صحا – يصحو 
Transliteration sa’hha (Past) – yas’shu(Present)
Meaning Wake up
Example يصحو الطفل كل يوم في الثامنة صباحاً
The child wakes up everyday at 8 o’clock in the morning 

A new Arabic verb a day – (طبخ)

verb to cook

Cook – طبخ

The verb for today is طبخ – يطبخ
Transliteration Taba’kha(Past) – yuatbu’khu(Present)
Meaning Cook
Example طبخ والدي طعام العشاء
My dad cooked dinner