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Answer: يجيب (past = answered)
The students answered the teacher’s questions

arrive: يصل إلى مكان (past = arrived)
We arrived home late

ask: يسأل (past = asked)
You must ask if you want to know something

become: يصبح (past = became)
The weather became colder last night

begin: يبدأ (past = began)
The movie starts after 15 minutes

believe: يصدق (past = believed)
The mother believed her child because he said the truth

break: يكسر (past = broke)
The window broke into pieces

bring: يجلب (past = brought)
The beauty of the music brought tears to her eyes

build: يبني (past = built)
They are building houses in that area

buy: يشتري (past = bought)
I bought a new red dress for the party

call: ينادي (past = called)
He called for help but no one heard him

carry: يحمل (past = carried)
The monkey carried her baby on her back

catch: يمسك (past = caught)
The dog caught the ball in its mouth

change: يتغير (past = changed)
In Autumn leaves change from green to brown

close: يغلق (past = closed)
Close the windows and keep out the cold air

come: يأتي (past = came)
The little girl came running to her mother for sympathy

continue: يستمر (past = continued)
The fighting continued for a week before the enemy was defeated

cost: يكلف (past = cost)
It will cost you $500 to fly to Paris

cry: يبكي (past = cried)
She cried with grief when she hard news of her friend’s death

cut: يقطع (past = cut)
Don’t cut your fingers on the broken glass

die: يموت (past = died)
My love for you will never die

do: يفعل (past = did)
What are you doing now

drink: يشرب (past = drank)
One should drink water everyday

eat: يأكل (past = ate)
Tigers eat meat

end: ينهي (past = ended)
He ended his letter with good wishes to the family

enter: يدخل (past = entered)
Please do not enter without knocking on the door

explain: يشرح (past = explained)
John explained how to use the telephone

fall: يقع (past = fell)
The clock fell off the ****f

feel: يشعر / يحس (past = felt)
I can feel his heart beatings

fight: يتعارك (past = fought)
People usually fight for the independence of their countries

find: يجد (past = found)
I can’t find my boots

finish: ينهي (past = finished)
When do you finish your college course

fix: يصلح (past = fixed)
My father fixed the water tap

get: يحصل على (past = got)
I got a letter today

give: يعطي (past = gave)
You gave him money and he wasted it

go: يذهب (past = went)
I must go to school

grow: ينمو (past = grew)
She won’t have her hair short, she’s letting it grow

happen: يحصل / يحدث (past = happened)
A funny thing happened today when they were practicing

Have: يملك (past = had)
He has a nice car

hear: يسمع (past = heard)
I can hear someone knocking

Help: يساعد (past = helped)
The stick helps him to walk

hold: يمسك / يحمل (past = held)
She’s holding the baby in her arms

hope: يأمل / يتمنى (past = hoped)
We’re hoping to visit France this year

hurt: يؤذي (past = hurt)
He hurt his leg when he fell

keep: يحفظ / يبقي (past = kept)
Please keep this for me until I come back

know: يعرف (past = knew)
I know how to swim

laugh: يضحك (past = laughed)
He laughed silently to himself

learn: يتعلم (past = learned)
He is learning how to play the drums

leave: يترك / يغادر (past = left)
When shall we leave for the party

let: يسمح (past = let)
She lets her children play in the street

like: يحب (past = liked)
I don’t like to be unhappy

listen: يستمع (past = listened)
Listen to the music and don’t make noise

live: يعيش (past = lived)
If he goes on driving like a madman he won’t live long

look: ينظر (past = looked)
We looked at him jumping

lose: يخسر (past = lost)
I have lost my book

love: يحب (past = loved)
He loves playing the piano

make: يعمل (past = made)
He made a cup of tea for the guests

mean: يعني (past = meant)
What does that French word mean

Meet: يلتقي (past = met)
I met him on the street

move: يتحرك (past = moved)
The prisoner was tied so tightly that he couldn’t move hand or foot

need: يحتاج (past = needed)
You need to learn the value of money

open: يفتح (past = opened)
The shop opens at 10
pay: يدفع
He paid 2 pounds for that book

plan: يخطط (past = planned)
She planned to do some work this afternoon

put: يضع (past = put)
You put too much salt in this food

rain: يمطر (past = rained)
It is raining heavily this night

read: يقرأ (past = read)
I can read French but I can’t speak it

ride: يقود (past = rode)
Can you ride a bicycle

run: يركض (past = ran)
He ran to catch the bus

say: يقول (past = said)
What did you say

see: يرى (past = saw)
It was so dark that he could hardly see

sell: يبيع (past = sold)
There are many dishonest voters who sell their vote to whoever pays most

send: يرسل (past = sent)
If you need money, I’ll send it

sit: يجلس (past = sat)
If you can’t find a seat you’ll have to sit on the floor

sleep: ينام (past = slept)
He likes to sleep an hour in the afternoon

speak: يتكلم (past = spoke)
He was too ill to speak

stand: يقف (past = stood)
I couldn’t get a seat on the bus, so I had to stand

start: يبدأ (past = started)
He started poor but quickly became rich

stay: يبقى (past = stayed)
I stayed late at the party last night

stop: يتوقف (past = stopped)
We stopped working at teatime

study: يدرس (past = studied)
He studies medicine

take: يأخذ (past = took)
John took second place in the race

talk: يتكلم (past = talked)
Students are not allowed to talk in class without permission

teach: يُدرِس م يُعلِم (past = taught)
I teach English for intermediate classes

tell: يخبر (past = told)
You promised that you won’t tell anyone about my secret

think: يفكر (past = thought)
We should think of a solution for this problem

touch: يلمس (past = touched)
Don’t touch the oven it is very hot

try: يجرب (past = tried)
Lama had to try the dress before she bought it

turn: يلف / يتحول (past = turned)
The wheel turned slowly

use: يستعمل (past = used)
The cameraman uses a new type of films

wait: ينتظر (past = waited)
Don’t wait for me tonight I will stay out late

walk: يمشي (past = walked)
We walked together in the fields hand in hand

want: يريد / يرغب (past = wanted)
My grandma wanted to see me

wash: يغسل (past = washed)
Parents should tell their children to wash their hand before they eat

watch: يشاهد (past = watched)
We are watching a horror movie at this moment

work: يعمل (past = worked)
Don’t disturb your father because he is working

write: يكتب (past = wrote)
Sue wrote a letter to her friends

understand: يفهم (past = understood)
I cant understand him when he behaves so badly

visit: يزور (past = visited)
Tom has to visit his friend in the hospital

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