This study is an attempt to understand how Arab people explain their space and time at the moment of the knowledge of their being in existence. Arabic temporality rests on the verb of anticipation, an essential verb for the being of the Arab person. It has two aspects since it bears the possibility of entrance and exit simultaneously and is anticipated and manifest. The concept of the sense of anticipation is what links them with the foundational temporal moment of the now, and the present imperfect verb is the original verb in terms of temporality, for it is the intermediate moment capable through its intuition to enable the past and future to become present. The elements of this image are completed in the past, but the possibility of their existence is only possible through elements of future time, while the present is the constant starting point.