Arabic grammar Tag

Pronouns are incredibly elementary. They are simply the I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they, and other variations we are all familiar with. We learn how to use these at a young age in school as a required grammar lesson, and, although grammar on its own is exceptionally important, pronouns are also drastically important when it comes to identification communication. Learning to correctly apply pronouns...

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When it comes to language learning, one good thing about prepositions is that they are limited; they belong to a closed class of words, just like pronouns. Additionally, in the case of Arabic grammar, they are simple when conjugating them with pronouns. Arabic preposition particles are Mabni words كلمات مبنية which means that they mostly have a fixed pronunciation regardless of their position in the...

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Even if you’re just beginning to study the Arabic language, you may have noticed that there are some sentences that do not contain verbs. Because they have no verbs, these are sometimes called Noun sentences, but in Arabic grammar, they are known as Equational Sentences because they are equivalent or “‘equal to” to sentences in English containing the verb “to...

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