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Arabic Course Home Glossary of Arabic Grammar Terms
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STANDARD CLASSICAL ARABIC COURSE
32 Lessons and Exercises

GLOSSARY OF
ARABIC GRAMMAR TERMS


Hollow Verb (Middle is a weak letter)
The Definite Article
() The Prepositions
The particles (conditional Pronouns which introduce the verb in the Jussive Case.
The Jussive Case (w/ verbs)
The particles which introduce the verb in Accusative Case.
/ Noun/ Nouns.
The Five Nouns (, , , , )
The Interrogative Pronouns.
The Demonstrative Pronouns.
Active Participle
Passive Participle.
  The Relative Pronouns.
Conditional
: Conditional Phrase.
: Conditional Particle.
A Genetive Construction
The vowel of the last consonant in a verb or noun is dynamic.
The Imperfect verb with (you feminine singular, you masculine dual, they masc. Dual, you masc. Plural, they masc. Plural)
Comperative & Superlative
Feminine Noun ending with Alif &       
Hamzah ( )
Feminine Noun ending with (     )
, .......
Substitute
The end of a word, noun, verb or particle is static. Some employs the term “indeclension”.
The Diminutive Pattern.
The Verbal Exclamatory Style.
An Accusative of specification & comparison & measurement.
"Nunation" (duplicate vowel of the last consonant).
Added word for emphasis.
Comperative & Superlative
/ Genetive (with nouns).
/ Jussive (with verbs)
Plural
Broken Plural
Masculine Sound Plural
Feminine Sound Plural
Equential Sentence (Nominal)
Verbal Sentence
Haal Accusative
  The preposition
The Ten Letters (one or more added to the Root of the Verb to derive different meanings.

( , , , , , , , , , )
( )

The conjunctions.
The Alphabet.
The Predicate
/ Nominative ( Verbs & Nouns).
/ Absence of Vowels
Prepositional Phrase
/ Relative Pronoun
 
Attributive Relative Clause
The Personal Pronoun.
A proper Noun
Actor , (The doer of the verb (comes only after the verb.
Imperative
The Perfect Tense.
The Triliteral Verb ()
An Intransitive Verb
A transitive Verb.
+ one or more of the Increase Letters.
The Imperfect Tense ( indicates present or future Tense).
  The Weak Verb
Passive verb
Active Verb
Perfect Tense
La of Negation.
Ma of Negation.
The subject of a Sequential (Nominal) Sentence.
With a static case-ending.
Active Voice
Passive Voice
A Verb starting with ( , )
Dual
Exceptive
Exceptive Particles
Infinitive/ Verbal Noun
Genetive Construction
1st Particle of the construction
  2nd Particle of the construction
A Definite Noun
An Accusative Object.
  Adverbal Qualification of Time or Place.
Cognate Accusative (The Absolute Object.)
( )
Adverbal Qualification of Purpose
  ( )
A noun ending with long Vowel  ()
A noun ending with a long vowel()
  Followed by (). 
An unnonated noun.
A noun ending with ()
  ( )
Subject of the Predicate (Substitute of the Doer of the Verb)
  (It comes only with Passive Verbs).
Nisbah (Attributive Form)
/ Accusative (w/ nouns )
  Subjunctive (w/verb).
/ The Adjective.
A common noun
of emphasis
The feminine plural pronoun
The masculine Plural Pronoun
The dual pronoun.
The you feminine Pronoun.
A glottal stop
The Pattern of the verb.

 

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