If you have been studying Arabic for a while you are probably aware that there are 10 main forms of verbs in the in the Arabic language. Each of these forms have letters and vowels that are added to the root form which alters the meaning of the root verb in variety of different ways. Knowing that many students of Arabic struggle with the correct pronunciation of the different forms and tenses we put together this detailed interactive sound chart for all of the 10 Arabic forms across 9 different tenses & patterns. Arabic students should be able to use this chart along with their course materials to refine their ability to pronounce and correctly hear the different verb forms. Students who have a strong understanding these verb forms typically find that it becomes much easier to acquire and understand new vocabulary. We have used the verb فعل, to do, as a model. It should be noted that most verbs do not have each form across all patterns but it is still a very useful tool for the Arabic student.
Professor Ghada Osman at San Diego State University was kind enough to record all the verb sounds for us.