blati sani3a before i go
yeah oh my bad i didnt really explain it good did u get to the part in ur study of MSA where they talk about verb forms, usually they do it using the verb root f-3-l (which is to do but rarely used even in MSA i think), to show the forms, theres like 9 of them or something, and they have patterns which are useful to learn…i cant really explain it oh wait here it is check it
"Derived stems-- Arabic verbs are noted for an unusual system of derivation. From any particular root, up to nine different verb stems may be formed, each with its own template (though there is no verb where all eleven stems can be successfully applied). Western scholars usually refer to these derivations as “form I”, “form II”, … up through “form XV,” though these designations are not used indigenously, where they are referred to derivating the verb ??? “to do”. Accordingly, form I would be ??? (fa?ala), form II would be ??? (fa??ala), etc.
These forms and their associated participles and verbal nouns are the primary means of forming vocabulary in Arabic. All of the examples shown here are the citation forms, which in Arabic means the 3rd-person masculine singular perfect (e.g., “he did”, “he wrote”)."
REALLY good stuff to know…i couldnt bring myself ever to memorize it or start reading and comprehending the patterns