By Faruk Abu-Chacra
Arabic: a necessary Grammar is an up to date and sensible reference advisor to an important points of the language. appropriate for novices, in addition to intermediate scholars, this booklet bargains a robust origin for studying the basic grammar and constitution of Arabic.
The complexities of the language are set out in brief, readable sections, and workouts and examples are supplied all through. The e-book is perfect for self reliant novices in addition to for school room study.
Features of this e-book include:
- assurance of the Arabic script and alphabet
- a bankruptcy on Arabic handwriting
- a advisor to pronunciation
- complete examples all through.
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Hiya t˙a¯ libatun. ُﻫـَﻮ َواِﻟـٌﺪhuwa wa¯ lidun. ﻲ َواِﻟَﺪٌة َ ِﻫhiya wa¯ lidatun. He is a student. He is a father. 46 She is a student. She is a mother. g. َ. َ. atun/ do not take the extra ˙ final alif ـﺎ... in the indefinite accusative form. So the correct form is ﻃـﺎِﻟـَﺒـًﺔ َ ta¯ libatan (not: ﻃـﺎِﻟـَﺒـًﺘﺎ ). َ ˙ Note c: At the end of a sentence the final vowel of a word is normally not pronounced. Even ta¯ marbu¯ tah is usually left unpronounced at the end of a ˙ sentence, as in ﻃﺎِﻟَﺒٌﺔ َ /t˙a¯ liba(h)/ for /t˙a¯ libatun/ (cf.
Huwa wa¯ lidun. ﻲ َواِﻟَﺪٌة َ ِﻫhiya wa¯ lidatun. He is a student. He is a father. 46 She is a student. She is a mother. g. َ. َ. atun/ do not take the extra ˙ final alif ـﺎ... in the indefinite accusative form. So the correct form is ﻃـﺎِﻟـَﺒـًﺔ َ ta¯ libatan (not: ﻃـﺎِﻟـَﺒـًﺘﺎ ). َ ˙ Note c: At the end of a sentence the final vowel of a word is normally not pronounced. Even ta¯ marbu¯ tah is usually left unpronounced at the end of a ˙ sentence, as in ﻃﺎِﻟَﺒٌﺔ َ /t˙a¯ liba(h)/ for /t˙a¯ libatun/ (cf.
1put˘ out 4the fierce (strong) 3fire. ن (13) ar-rahha¯ latu atsˇa¯ nu. ˙˙ 1 The explorer is˙ thirsty. ﺸَﻔﻰ ْ ﺴـَﺘـ ْ ﺾ ِﻓﻲ ْﻟـُﻤ ُ ﺨِﻠﻴَﻔـُﺔ ْﻟـَﻤِﺮﻳ َ َأْﻟـ (14) al-halı-fatu l-marı-du fı- l-mustasˇfa¯ . ˘ sick caliph is˙ in the hospital. ﻌَﺒﺎَﻧٌﺔ ْ ﺤﺎِﻣُﻞ َﺗ َ َأْﻟـَﻤﺮَأُة ْﻟـ (15) al-mar atu l-ha¯ milu ta ba¯ natun. 1 The pregnant˙ woman is 2tired. ﻤٌﺔ َ َﺑـْﻐَﺪاُد َﻣِﺪﻳَﻨٌﺔ َﻗِﺪﻳ (16) bag˙ da¯ du madı-natun qadı-matun. Baghdad is 1an old (ancient) city. ﻌٌﺔ َ ﻃﺎِﻟ َ Gender 1 َّ َأﻟ ُ ﺸـْﻤ ﺲ (17) asˇ-sˇamsu ta¯ li atun.
Arabic: An Essential Grammar by Faruk Abu-Chacra