70 Arabic phrases of the type verbal sentence translated to English..
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The definition of an Arabic verbal sentence is a sentence that starts with a verb. The fact that a sentence contains a verb is not enough for it to qualify as a verbal sentence. However, a sentence can in some circumstances start with another word and still be classified as a verbal sentence.
He worked as a photographer.1
He looked for an employment.1
I take the bus every day.
My darling cooked food naked.
I thank you from all my heart.
The girl writes the letter.
I thank you a thousand thanks.
He placed the corpse in the grave.
He found a dead man's body in the street.
He placed the body of the killed in the grave.
We don't usually eat meat.
He forced a sweater over his head,1
The fisherman's life was saved by his life vest.1
The shirt shrunk in the wash.
He threatened the workers with dismissal.1
He threatened to strike.1
He hid the book behind his back.
He rolled up the carpet.1
He engaged in illegal activities.1
He painted the house white.1
Less talk and more action!1
He hiked in the mountains.1
He suffered from obesity.1
The truck driver gained weight.
A block of ice fell from the mountaintop.
The mouse nibbled the rope.
He requested to borrow money from the bank.
He thought about the consequences.1
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