Arabic Script [Let's Talk Arabic] by A. Yacoub

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The pronoun forms which he used with the preposition are basically the same like the possessive pronouns forms which mentioned in the previous lesson. The following table introduces these endings with prepositions indicating the meaning of (to have) in Arabic. Three of these combinations form (to have) in Arabic. The difference in how they are used to express possession is: - (lii) is used when referring to owning people: (lii 'akh) = I have a brother - (Aend) is used when referring to owning objects: (Aendii say-yaara) = I have a car - (maAa) is used for referring to owning something right now: (maAii dollar)= I have a dollar.

Grammar notice Simple Sentences Many Arabic sentences do not need the verb ‘to be’ (am, is, are) in the present tense, which means that you can have a ‘nominal sentence’ without verbs at all. Look at the following phrases; Noun-Adjective phrases: It is simple to form an adjective phrases in Arabic, because (The adjective follows the noun), as in the below example. As you see in the two examples, if the noun has a definite article (al) also the adjective must be with (al), and vice versa. Remember that, if the first word or the noun is definite or with (al) and the second word is not definite, so; it will be considered a full nominal sentence as in the grammar notice number 1.

You can see that the basic rule in the Arabic language is to put “taa marbuuta” to the masculine adjective to make it feminine. Grammar notice Simple Sentences Many Arabic sentences do not need the verb ‘to be’ (am, is, are) in the present tense, which means that you can have a ‘nominal sentence’ without verbs at all. Look at the following phrases; Noun-Adjective phrases: It is simple to form an adjective phrases in Arabic, because (The adjective follows the noun), as in the below example. As you see in the two examples, if the noun has a definite article (al) also the adjective must be with (al), and vice versa.

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