Table of Contents: Part 1 – Back to the Basics

Author’s Preface

Part 1: Back to the Basics

Chapter 1

A: The Equational Sentence

B: The Definite Article

C: Case

D: The Nominative Case

E: Question Words

F: Helping Vowels

G: Demonstrative Pronouns

H: Gender

I: Pausal Form

 Chapter 2:

A: The Genitive Case 

B: Prepositions

C: The Idaafa

 Chapter 3

A: The Noun-Adjective Phrase

B: The Pronoun of Separation

C: The Nisba Adjective

D: Possessive Pronouns

E: Verbs – Past Tense and the Accusative Case

Chapter 4

A: Sound Plurals

B: Verb-Subject Agreement

C: Masculine Sound Plurals in Idaafas

D: Broken Plurals

E: Plural Demonstrative Pronouns

F. The Words كل and بعض 

 Chapter 5

A: The Rules of Agreement in Arabic

B: The Dual of Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns and Verbs

C: Direct Object Pronouns

D: Prepositions with Pronoun Suffixes

E: The Preposition ل “belonging to”

5 responses to “Table of Contents: Part 1 – Back to the Basics”

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    Umm Najm

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