The Akkadian language is rich in many forms, including the GT form. These two symbols refer to two meanings in foreign languages, especially English (G) meaning (gerund) and (t) represent the augmenting on the basic formula, the formula (Gt) is a natural product born from the womb of the need to expand the meanings, so when the basic formula does not meet or fails to perform a specific connotation , linguists resort to the augmenting to fill the deficiency, it is believed that these are characteristics of the mother's tongue , the Akkadian language is thus no different from its sisters from the same language family. The choice of the subject was based on the necessity to get acquainted with this form and clarify the ambiguity surrounding it, especially since it shares the same form of the perfect verb, as the past tense (Gt) has the same morphological shape that shows the perfect,(iptaras), they both take the same form, but the intention is different , So the perfect form expresses a specific time, while the formula (Gt) has other functions that differ from the formulas of perfection. Hence the need to clarify this formula and delve into it. The researcher in ancient languages and the cuneiform reader cannot predict the meaning from the formula itself, so the study came to clarify the ambiguity facing researchers in the field of translation, as well as to know some of the secrets of this formula based on the texts, to be the decisive factor in explaining what they are, and the comparison approach helps the student to draw attention to other languages to understand some common linguistic aspects.