|study ||Present Simple|
|studied ||Past Simple|
|studied ||Past Participle|
|studying ||Present Participle|
|to study ||Infinitive|
she/he/it + studies
they/we/you/I + study
she/he/it + is + studying
I + am + studying
They/we/you + are + studying
she/he/it + has studied
they/we/you/I + have + studied
present perfect continuous
she/he/it + has + been + studying
they/we/you/ I + have + been + studying
she/he/it/I + was + studying
they/we/you/+ were + studying
past perfect continuous
Subj. + had + been + studying
Subj. + will + study
she/he/it + is + going to + study
I + am + going to +study
they/we/you + are + going to + study
Subj. + will be + studying
Subj. + will have + studied
future perfect continuous
Subj. + will have been + studied
My brother studied well for the math exam.
دَرَس أخي لامتحان الرياضيات بشكل جيد.
The teacher said: You have to study hard, because the exam will not be easy.
قال المعلم: عليكم أن تدرسوا بجدّ، فلن يكون الامتحان سهلاً.
You have to study 5 hours a day.
عليكَ أن تدرس 5 ساعات في اليوم.
I saw her studying before the exam.
رأيتها وهي تدرس قبل الامتحان.
She was studying for the recitation exam when she got home.
كانت تدرس لامتحان التلاوة عندما وصلت إلى المنزل.
early 12c., "to strive toward, devote oneself to, cultivate" (translating Latin occupatur), from Old French estudiier "to study, apply oneself, show zeal for; examine" (13c., Modern French étudier), from Medieval Latin studiare, from Latin studium "study, application," originally "eagerness," from studere "to be diligent," from PIE *(s)teu- (1) "to push, stick, knock, beat" (see steep (adj.)). The notion appears to be "pressing forward, thrusting toward," hence "strive after."