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Arabic Adverbs
Learning the Arabic Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Arabic language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Arabic. Arabic adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, ad ectives !including numbers", clauses, sentences and other adverbs. #n Arabic an adverb is mostly translated with an adverb in the $th declension like %uwa yatakallam kathiiran &an ibnihi !he speaks a lot about his son". %ere are some e'amples( English Adverbs Arabic Adverbs

adverbs I read a book sometimes I will never smoke are you alone?

) thorowf ) aa*raa ketaaba ahaeeaanaa " ! #$ % ) aanaa lan adkhn abadaa &'! ) ) ( hal aant wahdak+

As you can see from the e'ample above, the structure of the Adverbs in Arabic has a logical pattern. Locate the Adverbs above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Arabic.

List of Adverbs in Arabic


Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and fre*uency in Arabic placed in a table. ,emori-ing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Arabic vocabulary.

English Adverbs yesterday today tomorrow now then

Arabic Adverbs

adverbs of time ( % ) thorowf alwa*t *+ ) aams ,% ) aleeawm !- ) ghada ./% ) alaan 0 ) thom

English Adverbs later tonight right now last night this morning next week already recently lately soon immediately still yet ago adverbs of place here there over there everywhere anywhere nowhere

Arabic Adverbs !1 2 ) feeemaa ba'd 3" % 45 ) hatheh allaeelah 6%7% ( % 62 ) feee alwa*t alhaaleee *+ 3% ) laeelah aams 89" :% 5 ) hathaa alsabaah )9;%< 9=>% ) alaosbow' almo*bel ) =;saabe*aa " #?+ ) mo'akhara " #?+ ) mo'akhara 9* ) areeeba @2 ) fawraa AB % ) laa eea-aal !1 ) ba'd 5+ ) month .+ ) thorowf makaan ) honaa ' ) honaak ' ) honaak .+ ) 62 ) feee kol makaan .+ C 62 ) feee aaee makaan .+ % ) laa makaan

English Adverbs home away out adverbs of manner very quite pretty really fast well hard quickly slowly carefully hardly barely mostly almost absolutely together alone

Arabic Adverbs A" B+ ) mona-al !1 ) ba'eeeda D@# ) khaare 3;" E% + ) thorowf men altareee*ah " !F ) adaa +G ) tamaamaa )F ) ameeel " ; ) ha*a H ) =sareee' !" F ) aeeed (" % ) althaabet 3I ) besor'ah JK9 ) bebot' 31 ) be'enaaeeah $% ) bealkaad $% ) bealkaad L%M% 62 ) feee alghaaleb 9;G ) ta*reeban NOP ) eetla*aa 1+ ) ma'aa !. wahdahaa

English Adverbs adverbs of frequency always frequently usually sometimes occasionally seldom rarely never

Arabic Adverbs $" $" % + ) thorowf men altaradod Q$ ) daa'emaa ) katheeera R$' ) aadah ) aaheeaana ) aaheeaana + @$ ) naaderaa maa @$ ) naadera ) !aabada

Adverbs of time place manner and fre*uency have a very important role in Arabic, therefore they need very special attention.