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Basic Sentence Structure in Arabic (II) Posted by on Nov 9, 2017

In an earlier post, I focused on one type of Arabic sentences, the verbal sentence الجُمْلَة الفِعْلِيَّة. As its name suggests, it is the sentence that starts with a verb فِعْل. In like manner, the nominal sentence الجُمْلَة الإِسْمِيَّة, our focus in this post, is the sentence that starts with a noun اِسْم. This type…

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The Predicate of Kana and Sisters Posted by on Mar 17, 2012

We have already known that the Nominal Sentence  الــجــمـــلـة الاسـمــيــــة consists of two parts; the Mubtada الـمـبـتــدأ and the Khabar الـخــبـر . Both the Mubtada and the Khabar have different types.   We have also known that the verb Kana كان and its sisters can begin the nominal sentence and thus the Mubtada becomes the noun…

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