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  1. answer me
  2. some
  3. to separate

    she separates you pl.

    she took me out
  4. to turn off
  5. Weak Verbs First Form Type 1
    First R = W
  6. In Malta there are many divers.

    Diving is a very popular sport
  7. he will announce the results tomorrow.
  8. to attach

    she attaches it msc
  9. to hurt, ache
  10. it arrives in Ċirkewwa about an hour later (bus)
  11. I didn't write the letter today

    I shall write it tomorrow
  12. he embarrassed you
    he left you

    I infuriate / burn you
    I infuriate / burn him
  13. he fell three stories
  14. proverb
  15. she frees you

    I freed you

    you freed me
  16. he loses him

    he wrote it
  17. pillow
  18. to want
  19. he takes me

    you / she takes her

    he takes you
  20. to burn, infuriate

    he infuriated me
  21. the boat leaves from Ċirkewwa for Gozo
  22. my sister has big ears
  23. mare, female horse
  24. Verb to be,future tense

    for habitual present
    I'm there every day
  25. Consonants which change in 1st pers. sing. & plur.
  26. the car door (small door)
  27. to turn, turn over, shift
    to turn (page)

    the weather changed

    to turn the page

    to lose everything (not related to qaleb verb) meaning wicker-basket, mould

    to mess up the wardrobe, throwing things out etc
  28. he freed him

    they freed them

    he opens it

    he takes him
  29. she loses us
    she leaves us - CCN4B
    she dreams about us -CCN9B

    he embarrasses / breaks you (pl) -CCN5A
    he divides you (pl)
    he kills you (pl)
  30. sailor
  31. to plough, to till
    to surpass, win by a long margin (us. sport)
  32. appropriate, decent, just, right
  33. there is still (something) left

    there are still six months left / there are still six left

    there are still some people left

    he still has six left

    I have nothing left / I have no more left
  34. he opened it

    he took him
  35. to take home, escort
  36. I will have, I will have to, I must

    I will have to hire a taxi

    I will have to study to pass the exam
  37. he wrote me
    he infuriated / burned me
    he took me out

    I write her
    I infuriate / burn her
    I take her out

    Due to a change of the accent: consonant+vowel-suffix EK/OK, U is added →

    2nd variable vowel - 'e' (weak), - becomes 'i'
    2nd variable vowel - 'a' or an 'o' - no change occurs
  38. to scrape, erase
  39. orange
  40. hearing

    deaf people
  41. driver
  42. she swore / vowed never to return to this place.

    she swore it

  43. nail (hand)

    her nail / nails
  44. to be afraid
  45. to be necessary

    need, necessity
  46. wise, knowledgeable
  47. to be sorry

    I am sorry / I'm not sorry

    I was sorry / I wasn't sorry

    You are sorry / you aren't sorry

    he is sorry / he isn't sorry

    she is sorry / she isn't sorry
  48. he takes him / me

    they take him / her
  49. x'għidt?


  50. witness

    to testify

    her ear
  51. he took me out

    you dream about us
  52. to sit down
  53. to show, reveal (conj)

    (die Konjugation vereint die Besonderheiten des assmilierten und des defektiven verbs)
  54. misleading, fallacious, deceitful
  55. they took me

    he took them

    she took it

    I take you / we take you

    The verb ĦA is irregular because its invisible root D reappears when a pronominal suffix is added to Singular Forms
  56. at 8:30
  57. to inherit
  58. what did you tell her?
    sing. & pl.
  59. to sell, he sells
  60. she frees them

    she opens them
    CCN4A - E-A

    she drinks them
  61. to fly - radicals - hidden middle


    to cause to fly, to explode

  62. he had some left

    you had some left
  63. you'd better write the letter today rather than tomorrow
  64. Jew
  65. two - ġiex

    two bottles
  66. we were sitting down when he came in
  67. he loses me

    I lose you

    he loses him
  68. tour, walk, excursion
  69. his feet are dirty
  70. he surpasses you

    he gave her
  71. wet
  72. I have nothing left / I have no more left
  73. I take you (pl.)
    you take me
    he took him / her / you plur / them

    The verb ĦA is irregular because its invisible root D reappears when a pronominal suffix is added to Singular Forms
  74. he fell from the roof and broke his leg, some ribs and four fingers
  75. to steal

    don't steal (sing. & pl)
  76. he leaves you
    he leaves him

    she frees you
    she frees him
  77. finer (special comparative)
  78. she was afraid she wouldn't be on time
  79. sack
  80. I /you told
    you plur
  81. to save, free, liberate
  82. whole
  83. to jump out of bed
  84. dry
  85. to fall, drop
  86. she used to live
  87. I burn you
    I burn him

    he opens you
    he opens it (masc)

    she embarrasses you
    she embarrasses him

    EK/OK, U rule - ends in Kons.
    ALL MAMMA forms & IMP. SING. TYPE A →
    2nd Variable Vowel REMOVED
  88. training
  89. behaviour (3)
  90. to weigh
  91. mist
  92. nidħqu - pronounce
  93. her ear

    my leg (spec. one)

    my leg, -s, two legs
  94. this year the selling of fish is going very well
  95. to dream
  96. naked
  97. weak, faint, feeble
  98. they take her

    he takes you

    you take me

    we took you (sing)

    The verb ĦA is irregular because its invisible root D reappears when a pronominal suffix is added to Singular Forms
  99. to run
  100. my mother bought me five dresses yesterday