This vintage studying relief, well liked by lecturers and scholars alike, has now been totally revised and considerably improved for an entire new version. With a completely vocalized Arabic textual content in transparent, legible sort, this worthwhile lexicon now includes greater than 3,500 Arabic verbs from 1,450 verb roots. Entries function concise English definitions, the right and imperfect tenses and verbal noun of every verb, and punctiliously crafted context sentences to demonstrate the right kind utilization and make clear the that means. An index of English definition is helping the person navigate the entries.

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