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Index of Arabic Grammar Posted by on Oct 12, 2014

     Ahlan Arabic lovers! Since Arabic grammar is giving some headache to most non-Arabic speakers, today’s post will be devoted to recycling Arabic grammar. Here, I will publish the topics and links of all the grammar posts that I have written since March, 2011 in the same chronicle order they were posted. I hope…

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The Nominal Sentence; Wrapping Up Posted by on Jan 15, 2012

Today, In Sha’a Allah, we will wrap up all what we have learnt about the nominal sentence up till now.  The Nominal Sentence consists of two parts; the first is a noun and it is called the subject or the Mubtada المبتدأ . The second part is called the predicate or Al-Khabar الخبر…

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Top Ten Arabic Blog Articles Posted by on Dec 31, 2011

Hi friends and Arabic fans ! Today, is the last day of 2011, so we wish you all a Happy New Year. In today’s post I am going to go over the top ten Arabic Blog articles.      1- The first top post was about the Arabic Numbers from 1 – 100 . You can…

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Nouns: Wrapping Up تلخيص الاسم Posted by on Apr 11, 2011

Today, we are going to wrap up what we have learnt so far about nouns. Definition: A noun is a part of speech that refers to something that can be realized by the mind or by the senses and Time is not part of. In the previous posts, we have looked at nouns from four…

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The Noun الاسم : Definite المعرفة & Indefinite النكرة Posted by on Mar 18, 2011

Arabic nouns are either definite or indefinite.  The Indefinite Noun الاسم النكرة It is the noun which refers to a common and non-specific noun;(person, animal, thing …etc.). It can be given to any member under that category of nouns. So, when you say an indefinite noun, you really don’t mean someone or something definite. Examples…

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Some constructions involving nouns Posted by on Nov 2, 2010

In this post, I bring together some constructions that are based on nouns or that involve nouns in them. These can be confusing to new learners of Arabic. The reviewd constructions are nominal sentence (الجملة الاسمية), nouns and adjectives (الاسم والصفة) and idaafa constructions (الإضافة). The Nominal Sentence: A nominal sentence begins with a noun or a pronoun…

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Almanqoos Posted by on Aug 6, 2010

(الاسم المنقوص) is a noun that ends in a long i: (ي) with a kasra (ـِ) on the letter before last, e.g. (النادي) “club”, (القاضي) “judge”, etc. These nouns are very tricky to master in Arabic because they are often confused with other nouns and adjectives that end in (ي), e.g. nisba adjectives for nationalities…

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