The Nominal Sentence; Wrapping Up Posted by Fisal on Jan 15, 2012 in Arabic Language, Culture, Grammar, Vocabulary
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 https://blogs.transparent.com/arabic/the-arabic-sentence-nominal-sentence/
- The Mubtada starts the nominal sentence and is always in the Nominative Case and has different types; https://blogs.transparent.com/arabic/the-nominal-sentence-the-subject-al-mubtada/
- The Khabar completes the meaning of the Mubtada and has three different types; https://blogs.transparent.com/arabic/the-nominal-sentence-the-predicate-al-khabar/
- The Arabic nominal sentence can have more than one predicate; https://blogs.transparent.com/arabic/multiplication-of-the-predicate/
- The Predicate can start the nominal sentence in a few cases; https://blogs.transparent.com/arabic/the-fronted-predicate/
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