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Arabic Nouns: Case Posted by on Mar 27, 2015

Ahlan أهــْــلاً , Arabic lovers! Today, we go back to Arabic Grammar. We are going to study the three cases of Arabic Nouns. Any Arabic noun falls into one of three categories or cases: The Nominative Case حــالــة الــرفــع: It means that the noun is marked by a Dammah ضــمــّــة (or an equivalent) on the…

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The Nominal Sentence: The Subject (Al-Mubtada) Posted by on Nov 20, 2011

     As we said before that the first item of the nominal sentence is the Subject or Al-Mubtada المبتدأ which is the noun that we talk about. This noun is always in the Nominative (Marfoo’) Case. Now what are the types of the Subject (Mubtada) ?    Types of the Mubtada أنواع المبتدأ    The…

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