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Arabic Prepositions; Answers Posted by on Apr 17, 2015

   Ahlan, Arabic fans! Did you read the posts about the Arabic prepositions? How was your answer to the prepositions exercise? Ok, now you can check your answers.  Here are the answers to the last Arabic prepositions exercise. To view the exercise and questions again, kindly click here. تــكــمــلــة الـقــطـــعــــة  بــحــروف الــجـــر الــصــحــيــحـــة :   …

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Arabic Prepositions Exercise Posted by on Apr 16, 2015

   Ahlan, Arabic fans! In two previous posts, we discussed all the Arabic prepositions. What we will be doing today is to practice these prepositions. You may need to go over the posts. Read the Arabic Prepositions (Part 1) Read the Arabic Prepositions (Part 2)    Now, that you have read the posts that explain…

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The Semi-sisters of Kana; Kada and its Sisters (Part 1) Posted by on Mar 29, 2012

      We have already been introduced to the special verb Kana and its sisters كان و أخواتها and we have known that these verbs start the nominative sentence الجملة الاسمية and cause the mubtada المبتدأ (subject) to be their noun (Ism اسم) and the khabar الخبر (predicate) to be their khabar. Only the khabar changes…

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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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