“Walk” (future) (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Walk” (the verb, in the future tense) is written using the Latin script as:

(I) Bemshe

(You) (m) 2emshe

(You) (f) Temshe

(You, plural) 2emsho

(He) Byemshe

(She) Btemshe

(We) Mnemshe

(They) Byemsho

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

بمشيي (I)

أمشي (m) (You)

تمشي (f) (You)

أمشو (You, plural)

بيمشي (He)

بتمشي (She)

 منمشي (We)

بيمشو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“I will walk there.”

2an bemshe honik.

.أنا بمشي حونيك

“I’m going to walk to the bus stop.”

Rah 2emshe 3al bus stop.

.bus stop راح أمشي عال

“I’m not going to walk to class today.”

Marah 2emshe 3al saf 2al yawm.

.ماراح أمشي عال صاف أليوم

“Are you two going to walk?”

2ento naynetkon rah temsho?

أنتو نايناتكون راح تمشو؟

“He is going to walk here.”

Huwe rah yemshe hon.

.هو راح يمشي حون

“She is going to walk there.”

Hiye rah temshe hon.

.هي راح تمشي حون

“My friend is going to walk here.”

Sahbe rah yimshe hon.

.ساحبي راح يمشي حون

“We will walk over in a few minutes.”

Rah nemshe bi kam di2a.

.راح نمشي بيكام ديقا

“They said they are going to walk here.”

2alo 2eno rah yemsho hon.

.ألو أنو راح يمشو حون


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