Future Tense

Arabic Lesson 15 (Future Tense & Weather)

Duration: 30 mins

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This 15th lesson deals with the future tense in Arabic. In addition I included a vocabulary list about weather expressions. I will try to give examples using both vocabulary and grammar. That way it will be easy for you to see the words when they are separate and when they are in a sentence. Going through the whole page should take about 30 min. Make sure to read the pronunciation and hear the audio as well. If you have any question about this course, please email me directly at Arabic Classes.

Future

The future is one of the 3 tenses (present, past, and future) we will be discussing in the next 3 lessons. So it is recommended not to skip any of them because they are all related.

Below is a list of 15 sentences conjugated into the future tense. I focused on the examples you might come across or use very often. The table contains 4 columns (English, Arabic, Pronunciation and Audio). Make sure you repeat each word after hearing it by either clicking on the audio button or by reading the pronunciation. That should help with memorization as well as improving your pronunciation.

Future Tense in Arabic

Future Arabic Pronunciation Audio
I will see youأنا سأراكana sa-araak
I will write with a penأنا سأكتب بالقلمana sa-aktub belqalam
You will love applesأنا سأحب التفاحanta sa-tuheb atufah
You will give moneyأنت ستعطي المالanta sa-tu'ty almaal
You will play tennisأنت ستلعب التنسanta sa-tal'ab kurat almezrab
He will read a bookهو سيقرأ كتاباhuwa sa-yaqra ketaab
He will understand meهو سيفهمميhuwa sa-yafhamuny
She will have a catهي سيكون لديها قطةhiya sa-ladayha qetta
She will know youهي ستعرفكhiya sa-ta'ref sadiqi
We will want to see youنحن سنريد أن نراكnahnu sa-nureed an nata'alam
We will think about youنحن سنفكر فيكnahnu sa-na'taqed anna alespania sahla
You (plural) will work hereأنتم ستعملون هناantum sa-ta'maloon huna
You (plural) will speak Frenchأنتم ستتكلون الفرنسةantum sa-tatakalamoon alfaransia
They will drive a carهم سيسوقون سيارةhum sa-yasuqoon sayara
They will smileهم سيتبسمونhum sa-yatabassamoon

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Weather Expressions

Below is a list of 26 words related to weather expressions. Knowing these terms can enable you discuss weather conditions with friends.

Weather Expressions in Arabic

Weather Arabic Pronunciation Audio
Autumnخريفkhareef
Cloudyغائمgha'em
Coldباردbaared
Foggyضبابيzababy
Hotحارhaar
Humidرطبratb
Rainمطرmatar
Rainyماطرmaater
Snowثلجthalj
Snowingمثلجmuthlej
Springربيعrabee'
Stormعاصفةasefa
Summerصيفsayf
Sunشمسshams
Sunnyمشمسmushmes
Umbrellaمظلةmezalla
Warmدافئdafe'
Windرياحryaah
Windyعاصفasef
Winterشتاءsheta'

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Daily Conversation in Arabic

Finally, here are some common sentences to strengthen your conversation skills. For a complete list of commonly used sentences, please visit our Arabic Phrases page. Enjoy!

Common Expressions in Arabic

English Arabic Pronunciation Audio
It is rainingالجو ممطرaljaw mumter
It is sunnyالجو مشمسaljaw mushmes
It is windyالجو عاصفaljaw 'asef
Today is nice weatherالجو جميل اليومaljaw jameel alyawm
Yesterday was bad weatherالجو كان سيئ البارحةaljaw kana saye' albareha
It's freezingالجو بارد جداaljaw bared jeddan
It's coldالجو باردaljaw bared
It's hotالجو حارaljaw haar
So soالجو معتدلaljaw mu'tadel

Fun Facts

Language Quote: ❝Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.❞ ‒Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Congratulations! You finished your 15th lesson in Arabic about the future tense, and weather expressions. Are you ready for the next lesson? We recommend Arabic Lesson 16. You can also simply click on one of the links below or go back to our Learn Arabic homepage.

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