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Imperative Verbs

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The imperative or command tense verb is always used in the second person. Therefore each verb can occur in all these forms:

You = أنتَاُكّتُبْM
You = أنتِاُكْتُبِيF
You = أنتمااُكْتُبَاM & F
You = أنتماُكْتُبُواM
You = أنتنَّاُكْتُبْـنَF

The Imperative differs for different types of verbs. We will look at this in detail in the following sections.

2 thoughts on “Imperative Verbs”

  1. Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa RahmatuLlaahi wa Barakaatuhu,
    AlhamduliLlaah for this resource on verbs. In the above chart, there is a shaddah on the nun in [اكتبن], the command form for female plural.

  2. Assalaamu ‘Alaykum wa RahmatuLahi wa Barakaatuhu,
    Jazaaka Allahu khayran for this resource on verbs. It is very much needed. Please be aware that the nun in the plural feminine command is written with a shaddah [اُكْتُبْنَّ].

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