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Learn Arabic Using the Q & A Method — Part 2

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12 Lessons (3h 8m)
    • 1. Introducing the course

      6:17
    • 2. Do All English Tenses Exist in Arabic Language?

      24:08
    • 3. Is the Word أَرْضٌ Masculine or Feminine?

      23:34
    • 4. Is it possible to use a masculine adjective for a feminine noun?

      7:01
    • 5. Are there abbreviations in Arabic, like ‘etc.’ in English?

      22:23
    • 6. What’s the difference between the two phrases كُتِبَ الدَّرْسُ and الدَّرْسُ مَكْتُوبٌ?

      8:54
    • 7. What are the different types of the predicate of the nominal sentence?

      15:17
    • 8. What is the difference between أَوْ and أَمْ?

      12:48
    • 9. What is the hidden pronoun in Arabic language? الضَّمِيـرُ المُسْتَتِـرُ

      17:29
    • 10. How to express verb ‘to have’ in Arabic Language?

      21:33
    • 11. What is the Meaning of the So-Called ‘Interpreted Verbal Noun’ and how it is formed?

      25:02
    • 12. Course Conclusion

      3:56
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Hello and welcome to this new amazing Arabic language course.

Learn Arabic Language Using the Q & A Method — Part 2

From my long experience with my students at the university, I found out that one of the best ways to learn Arabic is through asking questions & understanding their typical answers.

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Haytham Ibrahim, Prof.

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This is Haytham Ibrahim, highly qualified Arabic language lecturer. I’m an expert in TAFL ‎‎‎(Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language.)‎

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1. Introducing the course: a Salaam alaikum. Hi, Tam Ibrahim is here. Welcome toe. Really Arabic courses learn Arabic language using the Q and A method poor, too. In this video, I will show you what you will learn and how to get most out off this new course I have created. The second part off the C is for my eager student, who wants to go deeper into Arabic language through learning grammar rules and morphology, using this new method off question and answers. Who, when I created the first part off the Siri's, I have received many thank you messages from many students at my website really Arabic dot com, who said that they had similar questions and they got the typical answers they were looking for with my students at the university. I found out that this method is fruitful, and I have answered questions many students had in their minds. I believe you, too, will learn a lot from this scores. From this course, you will learn hundreds off a couple Aries and many grammar and morphology rules. Here is what you will learn. You will learn how to use English tenses. You really know in Arabic, with many examples in detail AIDS. You will learn how to use helping words or supporting words to express different tenses, which you already know in English. You will learn how to a different shape between subjunctive mood in Arabic and in English. You will learn how to use the imperatives for giving orders for requesting or advising someone to do or not to do something. With many examples, you will learn how to form the past progressive, tense in Arabic compared to the English one. With examples, you will learn how to form the future Perfect tense in Arabic with examples, you will get introduced to the three different types or toe the three different indicators to define a word as a feminine in Arabic, with examples, you will learn now ones that could be used or treated as either masculine or feminine. With many examples, you will learn how to use certain types off adjectives for men and women alike. With examples, you will learn how to use the masculine form for a woman and not the feminine form. As usual, you will learn how the most common abbreviations in Arabic works with full combat isn't with abbreviations in English. You will learn how to a different shape between the verbal and the nominal sentences. Al jobless MIA will general fairly in terms off meanings, depending on the context for each off them. You will learn how to form the one word, predicate it in details with examples. You will learn how to form the verbal sentence of critic it in details with examples. You will learn how to form the same sentence predicated ship Will Jumla in details with examples. You will learn how to use the conjunction particle out for many purposes, including choosing doubt up security and distribution. You will learn how to use the conjunction Particle Um, for many purposes, including specifications and equalization, you will learn how to do and how toe under identify the head in pronoun, which is so called at the mural myostatin and how to use it for the purpose off rhetoric. Alba. With full syntax analysis, you will learn how to say the verbal tohave in six different ways in Arabic, using an adverb beall expression, fraser verb, a preposition or even by another verb. With many examples, you will learn how to different shape between the two types off their verbal now owns in Arabic. The 1st 1 is the pure verbal known, and the 2nd 1 is the interpreted verbal. Now you will learn how to use that. Seven formulas toe convert the interpreted verbal noun into a pure verbal known with many examples in details. Thanks for watching and let's start the first listen, I will see you there. 2. Do All English Tenses Exist in Arabic Language?: a Salaam alaikum. Hi, Tim Ibrahim's here Welcome toe. Really Arabic courses Learn Arabic language using the Q and A method Part two. In this video, I will answer the following question. Do all English tenses exist in Arabic language? The answer is no. They don't tenses in English, are many and could be complicated compared toa tenses in Arabic language. For example, in English, you can find around 12 different tenses as follows. Present simple things past IDs. Future Simple Present. Perfect past. Perfect Future Perfect Present. Continuous past continuous future. Continuous present. Perfect, continuous past. Perfect, continuous future. Perfect. Continuous. However, in Arabic, we have mainly to tenses past and present Will Ferrell, Mahdi and Will Ferrell Moura, which we can use to distinguish between an ongoing action and a completed action. However, you will need to use helping words to express different tenses, which you already know in English. Let's two examples, and in these examples we will use the verb to go in Arabic, which is yet taboo as a general verb and obliged. Different kinds often says on it, So we're going to consider the verb you have abou, which means to go or literally it means, he goes. Let's start with the first tense, which is the president's in general. The present tense is used to talk about something that is going on now, or that is true now and at any time. Let's applied on the verb you have Abou in different formats. The very BF habu, as I mentioned, means he goes As you can see, this world is conjugated with the HOA. How would how did we know? Because of the prefix year which he comes here at the end off the at the beginning, off the verb yelled Babou. Then we could use helping words to get more variations off this verb. For example, we could use the part could layer, which is delegation particle that comes before the verb in the present tense. And in this case it means he doesn't go Yeah, you have Hubble. So we have you have apple, he goes, lay have Abou He does not go. Also we could use the particle mayor which comes also before the verb in the present tense marry of Hubble which literally means he rarely goes or were. He doesn't go as well, so we have lay of Hubble. Matt, you have Hubble. The next one we have here is to use the part lab in the beginning, off the verb and the we used noon which is used to emphasize the verb. As you can see from here we say lay of heaven lay ever have been Which means it really. Or indeed he goes. So as you can see, we have used helping works with the verbs in the present tense to get more variations You have Hubble, he goes lie of habu. He doesn't go mad, have habu He really goes have been Now he goes or very he goes. The next tense we have here is the past continuous tense The past continuous tense is formed using the past tense off the verb to be which is waas or wear and the present participle verbs ending in i n g. These two tenses can be used together to indicate that an action already happened while another action was in progress. Let's apply it on the verbiage taboo in different formats. So in the past, since we have the verb, the hava and the habit means he went when we use supporting words or helping words like lamb before the verb. We have to use the verb in the present tense. That's why he would have said Lamia Sahab, which means he did not go. As you can see when we negate an action in the past tense in Arabic we use the verb in the present tense, preceded by the particle em. Remember that lamb is one of the particles that makes the verb Toby in the Joseph mood. That's why we have used the Su kun here on top of the letter bet le me as the hub he did not go Another helping word is the world cut and in this case, when it is used before the past tense got the ABA. It means he has already gone God the head about Another variation we have here is to use the verb you have have in the present tense preceded by lamb then followed by the world bad do so when we say lemahieu have bad literally means he has not gone yet. So the world bad do literally means yet so Lamb Yes, have bad do He has not gone yet. When we use the next in the next sentence we use the world cut preceded by let luck cod which in this case confirms or Mex it to be in the meaning off early Or indeed so when you say look odd va harba he indeed went lock Odd va haba So again, Rabah, he went Lamu have hub He didn't go Godiva Harbor He has really gone Lam, you have had bad do He has not gone yet La cod the harbor he indeed went Another one we have here is to use the part Kenmare before the verb in the past tense the harbor So when you say mave a harbor literally means he has no gun. Another variation is to use the Parkland maybe for the verb in the past tense The habit followed by the World album The word Abbott literally means never. So when you say Mav Ahab about then he has never gone Metha have about them The next tense we have here is the past tense progressive the past progressive tense in the case, continuing action which means something that was happening or going on at at some point in the past. This tense is formed with helping to be the in the past tense plus the present participle off the verb with an I n g for example, when you say I waas reading my book all day yesterday let's a plight on the verb you have Abou in different formats. The first variation we have here is to use the verb it can now, before the verb e of Hubble and we can literally means waas So when you say can I have Habu literally means he waas going similarly if you use the verb Avala which literally means to remain or to keep doing the same thing. So when you say well a you have Abou which means he was going still. So can you have Abu Walla have you? The next variation we have here is to use the verb a canna funded by the negation particle lab. So we say canna Larry of Habu can a lie. You have Hubble. He waas not going Similarly, when you use the port lamp before the Verba Kanna In the present tense, which is your coun it becomes Lamia coun and then forward by the verb you have Abou. So Lamia Cooney ev abou literally means he was not going So can I have Hubble, which is equal to Lamia, Kuneva, Habu, the next verb or the next tents we have here is the past perfect tense The past perfect tense refer toa a time earlier than before Now it is used to make it clear that one even happened before another in the past tense. It doesn't matter which event is mentioned First the tents in Mexico here Which one happened first? Let's up light on the verb. You have habu in different formats. The first variation we have here is to use the verb canna followed by cut before the verb in the past tense Can a called Deborah He had gone canna. Could the harbor Mac Anna Kat VEB, Maracana, VEB Have you noticed that we have used the part can match which negation particle before the verb canna Maracana cut the ABA literally means he hadn't gone, which is equal to Lum when it is used before the verb Kanna in the present tense. So here we could say Lamia conquered Draba. He had not gone yet. So as you can see from here, we have two variations. The 1st 1 is using the particles. May which is a negation particle before the verb it can. And the 2nd 1 is to use delegation pork lamb before the verb eu kun, which is in the present tense. Maracana, Padva, Abba, Lamia, Khoon Ka. The next variation we have here is to use the verb it can in the beginning, off the sentence followed by the negation particle matter and the verb gabba. In the past tense, so can amalgam harbor canna Madaba He had no gun. Similarly, if we used lamb instead off mayor. But of course we have to use the verb in the present tense in this case by saying canna lemahieu lab canna Lamia Vab He had no gun. So can I am at the harbor. Can a Lamia Vab The next tense we have here is the future continuous stents. The future continuous or future progressive tense is used to denude an event that is in going in the future. It is made up off two elements a simple future off the verb to be plus the present participle with I n g. Let's up light on the verb you have have you in different formats and in this case we will have supporting or helping words to get more variations in Arabic. The 1st 1 we have the verb you have Abou preceded by the little say or seen with feta And in this case, it becomes, say, of Hubble. And remember that say is used for near future almost a balloon Al Caribou. So So you have Abou literally means he will go for near future. And if we wanted to use it for the for future simply We use the word so far before the verb in the present tense sofa you have abou which means he will go for far future. The next variation we have here is to use the park land before the verb in the present tense. Remember that lunch is one off the particles that makes it the present tense verb to be in the subjunctive mood, which means month soup. So, Lanuf Sabah, have you noticed that we have used if at her on top of the little bear instead off bomber because off land so long you have halvah literally means he will not go for near future Lanny of Heber. If we wanted to make it for the for future, we need to use the negation Part cola before the verbiage taboo sofa, lay of habu He will not go for for future. So for now you have a taboo. The next variation we have here is say a value you have Abou Sorry. Yeah, Well, Lou, you have Abou remember that the verbal let in the past tense means to remain and the Here it is in the present tense Yeovil Lou preceded by the letter say, for the near future Cellular One Lou, you have Hubble. He will be going future progressive se over Lou. He ever taboo the next tense we have here. Is the future perfect? The future perfect is a verb form or construction used to describe an event that is expected or planned to happen before a time off reference in the future such as will have finished In the following example, I will have finished by tomorrow Notice that we used the particle work plus the past tense to distinguish the future perfect will have gone from the subjunctive would have gone Let's apply it on that verb Iev Abou in different formats. The 1st 1 we have here is to use the verb Kanneh before the far future. So in this case, we're going to say Can a south failure taboo? Cannot Sofa, You have Abou He will have gone Gana sofa You have taboo Seiyaku New cadaver Seiyaku New cut grab As you can see in the second sentence we have used the near future using the letter seeing before the verb in the present tense Yakult New So Seiyaku No cut the however he will have gone The next variation we have here is Sau Fa la Yakult New cadaver Sau fa La Yakult knew God Abba which means he will not have a gun. And this is the negation off Gana sofa Leia, Khoon, Ka Zab. As you can see, we have the negation part cola before the verb e a coon. Similarly, if we use the Parkland which is also used for negation before the verb in the present tense By saying Langley a kuna god's ab London Yeah, kuna Could the harbor So sorry for Laocoon. Look at the harbor Lenya kuna cadaver. He will not have gone That next variation we have here is can a some filet of habu canna sofa layer You have Abou which means he will not have gone and in this case, delegation off the verbal Sahaba, not can A. As in the previous sentence, so can a so far lay of Hubble, another variation which is can a lundy of Harbor Canna Lenya, Hava. As you can see from year, we have used delegation part land before the verb in the present tense. Yabba. So in the previous payers off sentences we have negated the verb Kanneh. But in the second pair we have negated the verbiage Hubble. That next tense we have here is the subjunctive mood. That subjunctive mood or a verb is in the subjunctive mood. When it is expresses a condition which is doctor or not factual, it is most often found in a close beginning with the word if it is also found in closes following a verb that expresses a doubt. I wish regret, request, demand or proposal. If you want to express the subjunctive mood, which means something impossible in Arabic, you could use certain type off particles like, for example, the park land, which comes immediately before the verb in the present tense. Let's apply it on the verbiage taboo in different formats London. You have harbor. He will not go. Remember, we have mentioned earlier that lunch is one of the particles that makes the verb to be in the subjunctive mood. Mon soup. That's why the better here takes about her. Not dumb as usual. So let me ask you, Abba, he will not go if we can. You get it with home. The verbal with home is you have Bouna. But because off land you have to drop the noon from the end of the verb. And just at an Al iftar it becomes Lanyon Taboo. Lanuf Habu. They will not go. And in this case before bloom a male home Le Nyev Taboo. The next one is Lundy of have been a lemme of habit, which means they will not go but four floor of female Lundy of Pabna They will not go And the next one London. I've have a London of harbor. I will not go. As you can see, there is an Aleph here as a prefix which indicates the first person pronoun Anna, land of habit. I will not go And it could be used for a singular male or a singular female. The next one we have here is London of her Ba London of habit, which means we will not go land. Never. Abba Next one we have here is a land of hobby London have Herbie. And in this case, it means you will not go for a singular female. How did we know? Because of the prefix that which we have it here and that Suffolk's yet which he comes here because in the normal case, which is indicative case, you would say and eat of havina. But because off land which becomes a year before the verb in the present tense, we have to drop the known from the end off the verb. That's why you are going to say London happy. You will no go for a singular female. The next one we have here is the imperative, which is the comment so in English and imperative is formed from the infinitive. Form off a verb and imperative for is under state as being in the second person and this can be taken as singular or pleura. Imperatives are mostly used for giving orders for requesting or advising someone to do or not to do something. Let's up light on the verb Iev abou in different formats. If you are given order or an advice to someone singular male, you are going to say ifab So Antah ifab And in this case is used for singler mayor for a single or female. Simply say if Abby empty. If Abby for two males or two females, you say and Touma is have ah so this one could be used for two maids or for two females for pleura mail you say is taboo, Anton. If Habu you all guys go on Guna if have been And in this case it's four fi maids Pleura So antenna is happy now you all go. How about the negation? Let's apply it on the verb Iev habu in the negation form, remember in order to negate the verb in the Imperative Unit to use the part Lula before the verb in the present ends. So as you can see from here, you are going to say a lot of hub. You don't go And in this case it is four A singular mail, anti lot of hobby. You don't go for a singular female and tumor lat of have for two males don't go or could be used also for two females. And Tom Ford pleura may let of habu don't go for flora Mail Cantona let of habits Nah, you all females don't go as an order in this case. Thanks for watching and let's move toward the next listen. 3. Is the Word أَرْضٌ Masculine or Feminine?: a Salaam alaikum. Hi, Tim Ibrahim is here. Welcome to really Arabic courses. Learn Arabic language using that Q and a method Part two. In this video, I will answer the following question is the world are done, which means the land masculine or feminine? The answer is that the war are done is a feminine monness. And in order to understand this, let's have a look at the regular feminine endings in Arabic words in Arabic. There are three different factors or indicators you can call them also signals to define a world as a feminine oneness. I have made them in the following simple chart. The world, unless literally, means feminine, and it has three signals. The 1st 1 is a terrible more Buddha, or tell knees that there are feminine at the end of the world. For example, when you say the war, the more lemma, which means a female teacher. As you can see from here, there is a tad more but at the end of the world, which makes it feminine. The second signal is Elie Food techniques, Olim, Um, do that that elongated Aleph, which comes at the end of the world full of by the Hamza like, for example, that weren't the summer, which means sky. As you can see, there is an Aleph and Hamza at the end of the world, which makes it feminine. The third signal is Elie Food neath Ullmark Flora like, for example, in the world only, uh, which means upper and the world over there, which means greater let's take them one by one. Let's start with the 1st 1 a towel more Botha that they're or feminine. The first sign off feminine is the round a terrible more Botha, and it has two shapes. Depending on the preceding letter, it could be written as a small circle like this, with two dots above if it is preceded by a letter or non connecting letter. However, it is written like this shape, if it is preceded by any off the connecting letters, as you will see after Ah Wai And this data is called a terrible more Botha, and always it comes at the end off the singular master noun to convert it into feminine. Now unearth at in the following examples. The first word we have here is the world the morale limb, which means a teacher, and this word can be converted into a singular feminine by adding the time or Botha at the end of the world. So Moalim plus data More Botha. Because Mollema, which is a female teacher, the 2nd 1 we have here is the world the mohandes, which means an engineer. And when we add that at more Botha at the End of the World gives us the world Mohandie za, which is a female engineer, the next word we have is the word the car tib, which means author or writer. And when we add the timer. But at the end of the world, it gives us Tiba a female author or a female writer. The next war, dear, is that war taggers, which means a businessman or trader. And here we need toe. Add that at Mar. Botha like this because it is preceded by the little raw, which is one off the non connecting letters. That's why you need to leave a smaller space between the little raw and the following letter, which is the top more Botha in this case, and it becomes a tag era is a female trader. The next word we have is the world Habib, which is a male doctor. And when we add the timer But at the end of this world, it becomes a top Veba, which is a female doctor. Even we can apply this rule on animals. For example, when we say the words could which means monkey. When we add that at Mar Botha at the end of this world, it becomes a Kuroda which is a female monkey similarly for the world cooked, which means, uh which means cat. When we add the time or Buddha it becomes fit. The second signal off the feminine now and in Arabic is the elongated Aleph. The second sign off feminine is the elongated live. As you can see, it is Ali, followed by Hamza, which so called bellyful mad that comes at the end off noun that ends with Hamza, as I've said, preceded by the Aleph and in this case, the Aleph is considered a signal or marker off feminine. As in the following examples. In these examples, we are going to use that administrative pronoun heavy, which means this four singular feminine with the example we have here the world the first word we have this summer. Samat means sky. As you can see, this is a sky which means that the world sama is female or feminine. The next example we have heavy he Sahara Surat means desert. As you can see, the world Sahara is feminine. And that's why we have used heavy he heavy Sahara. The next example we have heavy has Mare. As you can see, that is an Aleph. And Hamza at the end of the world has net. And the world has never means pretty. The next example is heavy shock. Raw Shaqra means blond. So have he is for feminine and chakra is blown heavy. Shaqra, As you can see, there is an awful by Hamza at the end of the world. The next example we have here is heavy. I'm year heavy. Um, year. This is blind. Of course. You could replace heavy with here. Hey, Amir. What? You mean she is blind? Next example. Heavy high fare. This is told heavy. Hey, Fair. This is told. The next example we have here is heavy ham call. This is stupid. So as you can see, there is an alley full of by Hamza at the end of the World ham car, which means that this work is feminine. That mixed example we have here is heavy ear on a heavy he Ron that as you can see, there is an alley full of by hams at the end of the world runner. And it means this is lightheaded heavy. He run a There is an important thing you need to note here the feminine objective which it's masculine fools. The general pattern off fl which recorded the elective smote off deal. I have explained this in one of my courses this one always full Ooh, this method, especially adjectives off colors as in the following examples when it comes to their rick color and you want to use it as an adjective for a masculine we use have ah, armor. For example, If I wanted to make it feminine, I would say heavy Hamra. As you can see, we have added the olive and the hams at the end of the world to make it feminine. So have armor heavy Hamra, This is red. Have ah us for this is you know for singler male heavy. Safra This is yellow. Four single or female had the other This is green. For what? For Singler male. Similarly, I could say heavy cadre, This is green for a singular female. So as you can see, we have added the Aleph and Hamza Adan off the war toe. Make it feminine. The next one we have here is the short in Aleph. Aleph will make sure the third sign off feminine is a short in the Aleph and it should be written like this way which is so called Al al. If you'll make sure that comes at the end off certain types off knowns, as in the following examples In the first example we have here, we say have ah Akbar have aka bar, which means this is greater or bigger. So, as you can see from here, the world Akbar is used for a singular mail and the singular feminine off. The same word is Cobra. That's why here we have to say heavy he cobra, which means this is bigger. So this is bigger. Four singler male is have a Akbar and for singular female is heavy. He could brought similarly for the next example have ah, a sore and the feminine is heavy. He saw as you can see the Aleph mature comes here at the end of the world. Sora also got a means a smaller and Sora is smaller also but four singular feminine So have also got it. This is a smaller, heavy sort. This is smaller for a singular feminine. For the next example, we say who are Jawan? He is hungry for singler male. If we convert it into a singular feminine, we say here Jawara she is hungry. As you can see, the Aleph Max Aura comes here at the end of the world Java. Who are the wine here? Y the next example who are album who are album. He is greater for Singler mail, as you can see and when we convert it into a singular feminine, we say, Hear, hear! So we have added the olive max or a at the end of the world to make it feminine. So here, old mama, she is greeter. Now back to the world are done that word off the question it doesn't look feminine. It's not oneness as it doesn't have any off the femina indicators or signals as stated above. Actually the world are comes under the following list off works as a ship. Exceptions. Have a look at the following examples. We say heavy now the world not means fire. As you can see, the world heavy is used as a demonstrative pronoun for singular feminine. However, the word in our doesn't have any off the signals or indicators off feminine stated above. There is not at Mar Botha, there is no Aleph. Mem Duda. There is no Aleph Max shura. However, the world is still feminine as an exception. That's why we have used heavy not had. So it's wrong to say Have Amarone. The correct one is heavy in our own, which means this is a fire heavy Dhahran. This is a house. So the world down. Which means the house is a feminine. The world. Sampson is a feminine. That's why he was it heavy. Sampson This is a son. The next example. Heavy Reihan Had he re horn. This is a wind on the world. Re hunt is a feminine. The next one is heavy, Full heavy souq. Or you could say so common in this case so heavy spoken. Which means this is a market as you can see the world. Su kun is a feminine. That's why we have used heavy before it. The next one we have is hair the heebie heavy, but the world the bear means will. And as you can see, it is feminine as we are using that the administrative pronoun heavy before it heavy he Gatson have he cut soon. So the world the capstone is which means a cup is feminine next door. Do we have heavy? He Neff. Soon have enough Soon the world not so mean spirit or soul. That's why we have used heavy before it because it's a feminine. And here our example. Heavy Arden Heavy Arden. This is a land and the world are don't in this case is a feminine. So all of these words considered as exceptions for the rule we have learned it, and here we have some important newts. The 1st 1 If you want to add an objective super to these special kinds off feminine works, you will need to use the feminine form as in the following examples. The world. The arm is feminine as we have learned it earlier. If I wanted to describe to describe this world as big or large in this case, I have to use that at more remote at the end. That's why here, I said, are Don't Cabbie Raton, which means a large land. As you can see, we have used that ATM or Botha at the end because we are describing a feminine. Even if the world, which is feminine in this case, doesn't have any off the signals or feminine, so are don't Cabbie Raton. Don't say are don't cabbie Iran. That's wrong. The next example here is Big Run a Me cotton. So as you can see the Ward, America means a debe and the award. The bigger means well, and it's a feminine as we have a great already. That's why we need to add Itamar Botha at the end of the world America So big Run a me cotton next example is 300 shady that own so. As you can see from year, the world should either means a strong and the world really is feminine. That's why we have added that I'm or both at the end of the world, trade either one. And for the next example is the one where CIA tone the order wasa means species or large or bust depends on the context. But here Dhahran is feminine. That's why we have added the time or motor at the end of the world was Saturn because I'm describing a feminine work. The next note here is you should know that the double members off the body parts are usually feminine while the single members are masculine. For example, in human body there are two eyes and therefore they are considered as feminine while we have one nose. So this part off the body is a masculine. We have two hands. Therefore they are feminine but one phase. So it is a masculine. Have a look at the following examples. Have you noticed he that amusing heavy He which is a demonstrative pronoun for singular feminine. And then we have the world Reason in the world recently means a leg on the world. The visual is singular, feminine. That's why I said heavy. He regional. Don't say I have ah, Islam. Why? Because the world regime comes in pair. That's why it is a feminine heavy. He resolute. Similarly, for I nine means on I so heavy he had I known this is an eye and it is a feminine, heavy ozone. This is an ear. And also it is a feminine Have ye yet on this is a hand. As you can see, it is also here a feminine because it comes in pair heavy soon. This is a tooth. In contrast, the following words are mastering as you only have one off each. Have a look at the following examples. Had a family family means a mouth. As you can see, we have used Heather, which is for single or mail. Why? Because the world the family is a singular mail. Heather and phone. This is a nose. Heather, Listen on. This is a tongue. Have was your This is a face hair that soon This is ahead. The next Newt we have here some parts off the body can be either masculine or feminine as in the following examples. The world Robertson as we have mentioned area, it could be a feminine. However, you still can say this word as masculine. That's why here we say, have ah right soon. Correct. Heavy. He Wrightson. Correct. Have, uh, cabby don't correct. This is a liver heavy. He can't be done. Correct. Have, uh are you doing this is upper arm correct and also you could say heavy, he added on correct that next note we have here is names off newspapers and magazines. They are feminine. But why? Because the world magazine means magilla and as you can see the world imagine. Lab by itself is a feminine because it ends with it ends in that that more boat, as you can see from here and the world newspaper is Florida, and it has more boat at the end, which makes it feminine. So who, When we give it a name, it follows the feminine gender as in the following examples Majella to modulate Saba Saba means morning or their morning and literally it means morning magazine. As you can see, the world the measure led to is feminine however, the order so there is male or masculine. But because the world the Majella is feminine, we have to follow the way, have toe use the world of soba here after this word Majal little Saba. So if I'm talking about measure little Saba, he in this case I should consider it as feminine. Similarly, for the next example Jerry, that will Haram e Kalorama means the pyramids and the world. Cherita here comes in the beginning, and it's a feminine. So when I'm talking about Jerry, that will our army, I should consider it as feminine Soma gelato. So Bahais feminine Jerryd at a Romney is feminine, which means Bram, its newspaper. The next note here is that names off countries, cities and towns are feminine. Accepted the following countries. Have a look at the following examples. Have ah look non Have a look man, this is Lebanon. As you can see, we have used that administrative pronoun has a for singular mail look Nan, as a country is treated as a masculine. That's why we say have ah look Nan Havel Organ Havel Organ Urban is Jordan and it is masculine. Have ah al Iraq. This is Iraq and also it is a masculine. Has a Sudan had a Sudan? This is Sudan. As you can see, these four countries are treated as masculine Look Nan, order on Iraq, a Sudan that makes note. We have here some now and can be treated at of our masculine or feminine as in the following examples, you could say have ah sama own. This is a sky or heavy he summer on This is correct. So you could use have a summer own or heavy some my own. The next example has ah, belladonna. This is a country. Or you could say heavy Bella Dinh Mixed example. Have Sabillon This is away. Or you could say heavy. Sabillon, this is a way Have Ah Holon. This is a status or heavy. He had on have Ah, the human. This is a hell fire. Or you could say heavies. Heyman The next example we have here have our own. This is a soul or a spirit. Or you could say heavy Rune Next example we have here have ah, home run. This is why and also you could say heavy home run. The next example we have here is have the heaven. This is a gold or you could say heavy. The heaven still correct. Next example we have here is have a Torii Kun. This is a rude or away. Or you could say heavy Tory, you could still correct. Have that are equal or heavy. Tory could both are correct. Thanks for watching. And let's move to the next. Listen 4. Is it possible to use a masculine adjective for a feminine noun?: Salaam alaikum Haytham Ibrahim's here, working to really Arabic courses live in Arabic language, using the Q and A method poor, too. In this video, I will answer the following question. Is it possible to use a masculine objective for a feminine noun? The answer is yes. This is possible, and I will explain this shortly. How is a simple example when you say that a woman is Brigman, for example, you say the world or you use the word Hamill, which is grammatically speaking, the active participle Ismael file off the route letters higher, mean and limb, which means to carry. But why do we use the masculine form off a woman and not a feminine form as usual? Well, when we talk about something that can only happen to women or is applied to women like for example, being pregnant, then we don't have to write that more Botha At the end off the word as we do in normal cases, have a look at the following examples. The first example we have here is in Raton Higher Mylan. As you can see from here, we are describing the woman as a pregnant using the world ham and without that, Atmar Botha. In the normal case, we should have used the word Hamilton with the timer. But at the end, since the word being described is in rattled. But for this case, we are going to use the word the higher mill without that more Botha. So in Bratton Ham Mylan, which literally means a pregnant woman, the following examples are exactly same. A divorced woman in Bratton I Karen in Bratton, I carry on a betting woman. The next two examples we have in Brockton High you don't and if attacked oh Tormey phone in Brockton High You don't Fattah Tone Tor Mithun the world. The fact they're literally means girl. And the NRA, of course, means woman. However, in this case, they could be translated in the same way in Route on, Hired on Fattah Tone Thomas on a sick woman. The next example we have here is in Raton Sayi born in Bratton Say you born a deflowered woman. I don't more of their own A breastfeeding mother or woman. Fatter tone on Neeson Fattah Tone I'm Lee soon unmarried and off middle aged woman. So as you can see from these examples, we have used the active participle, which is Ismael file in the adjective, without adding that more Botha as in normal cases, Why? Because the world being described here is a feminine. So, as I have mentioned failure since if these adjectives are only for women money to add the round or the tell more Botha At the end of these adjectives, however, it is not wrong if you use the feminine forms off these words. And this was acknowledged by the Egyptian language scientific Academy answer as they have acknowledged the feminization off adjectives off such words. But in my opinion, I would recommend to keep using the standard four off these adjectives when describing feminine noun. Here we have some important news. The 1st 1 is some of the examples above are not really exclusively attribute it to women, but maybe we're in the past. The next one. Notice the difference when we used the word the Hamel in different context, as in the following example, have a look at this sentence. Mouna Hiam Milan Mona is Bregman int, since the Mona is feminine. That's why the world the Hamilton in this case doesn't need to have that Atmar Botha at the end of the world as you have learned it earlier. But when it comes into the second example, we have Muna Hamill, a Turn Mona High militant Defla Mona is carrying her child in this case, the war. The harm ill is not working as in the first example, because in the first example it means pregnant, and in the second example, it means carrying. That's why we need to add that that more Botha at the end of the world, the higher Miller tone, as you can see from here. So Mona Hamelin is different from Mona High Militant. That's why we need the object which comes here after the world harm military, which is so Mona High Millan, Mona Carmilla turn to flare. The next note we have here is sometimes, however, the adjective can be used for men and women alike. As in the following example, Imara Tone argues on In Raton Susan, The world as usual means old. However, this world could be used also for made by saying Raj alone. Jews on Raj alone has Susan. Have you noticed that we have used the word as usual in the two examples? Exactly same However, the world being described is different. The 1st 1 in Brockton, which is a feminine, worked. The second word is Raj alone, which is a masculine world. However the world are, fusion is still used without adding that that more Botha at the end in case of the criminal world in Bratton as usual, and Alderman Raj alone as usual on an old men. Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 5. Are there abbreviations in Arabic, like ‘etc.’ in English?: Salaam alaikum. Hi, item. Ibrahim is here. Welcome toe. Really Arabic courses, then Arabic language using the Q and A method poor, too. In this video, I will explain, or I will answer the following question. All their abbreviations in Arabic like etcetera in English. The answer is yes. There are abbreviations in Arabic, but they are less commonly used. Convert to English. In my opinion, they can be expanded to be commonly used in Arabic language in the near future. Have a look at the following commonly used abbreviations in Arabic with examples. Let's start with the 1st 1 The 1st 1 here is still a very he. Yeah, actually, he literally means till its end. Remember that L. A. Is her future or proposition, and it means to or tell. And the world record means end. And since we have the attached pronoun hair here at the end, it means it's end. That's why literally it means till its end, and it is abbreviated into three letters Alef, lamb and hope. As you can see, the first letter, Aleph is taken from the Al If Ophelia the next letter Islam, which is taken from the lamp off Ela the heart is the letter which is taken from the heart off. Actually, he list example or hey, bull for our key, huh? Gula at too far War Romana. Well, drew Africa. Katie, As you can see from here, since we are talking about the fruits and we are counting many types off fruits so you could use it actually, at the end off the sentence. So Hey, but for Wacky Kula so far were Romana while do a Fatah will actually literally means I like all fruits apple and bomb a grenade and gua for its Citra. Let's write it. So when we say Ella, uh, he did he As you can see, this one equals two Look. And as you can see, we have used the first letter here left, and Aleph is here. The lamb is taken from villa and the whole is taken from the heart off the world equity. He that next one we have here is Rahima holo Rahima holo, which literally means May Allah have mercy on him. And it is said if someone died as you can see, we can reveal this. Praise Rahima. Hello By taking that off the first little here and then hat is taken from Rahima Hope and this hair is taken from the world. Hello. So let's example come to a boo. So the Yuki Mahir Rahima Law literally means all I liked. My friend matters may ah law have mercy on him, which means he bought away so canto haboob. So the key mayor write him a whole lot. Let's write it. So Rahima Home Law written like this and it is abbreviated into Roy High End rhyme a homo. Let's move to the next one. The next one we have here is Roddy a la Ho On who or are the Allahu on who, as you can see it, is abbreviated into raw board and helped The first little rock is taken from Rodia. The 2nd 1 is bored and it is taken from the Lord off Rodia and the last letter hair is taken from the hair off and who and literally means May Allah be pleased with him. May Allah be pleased with him. So as you can see this phrase, rather your loved one who is said whenever a Muslim says a name off a companion off the Prophet Mohammed peace be up with him. Let's example, can a brother you're low on who I, Dylan literally means? Omar. May Allah be pleased with him. Was just canna Oh, Maru Ruddy a long one Who hired Dylan Omar? May Allah p be pleased with him was just or fair. Dylan means just or fair. Let's write it down. So we have Rodia. A law who on who? Abbreviated in tow. No dog and like this. As you can see from here, we have taken the off Rhodia here and the dog off Rhodia here. And the hair which comes here at the end off. And who is here Rather your Lohan, who may a lot be pleased with him. Let's take the next one. I like his cell. Um, I like you, Salome Ali. Salam is a phrase, and it is said whenever a Muslim says a name off any off the profits and literally means maybes be upon him, allay his cell. Um, as you can see, we have taken or we have abbreviated this phrase in try and demean The Highness taken from a lady and the name is taken from the world assalum, which means the peace. Let's the example. ASHA. Maybe you law, he no hone Allay his Salam Huilan. ASHA Never you, Lloyd. A lady Selome The Wieland literally means profit Move. May peace be upon him. Left for a long time. I shall be your law. Ali Salam the Wheelan. Let's write it down. So I Leahy assalum is abbreviated into I and mean, as you can see from here we have taken the eyeing from Ali. He and the Mim from asylum. I lay his salam, maybe speed up on him. Let's take the next one, son La la Who? Ali. He was Sellem some la la Jolla. He was Sellem. It is used for the Prophet Mohammed. Peace be upon him whenever a Muslim says his name. And literally it means may Ah Law honor him and grant him. BCE may a lot owner him and grant him peace. As you can see, it is abbreviated into sword lamb I and the name the letter sword off Fulla is is taken or the first that are sort is taken from that letter. Sort in the beginning, off fuller. Then the lamb is taken from a law and the hind is taken from Ah Leahy and the mean is taken from Wessel. Um, so let's example And maybe you Mohammed Salo Ali. He was Selome after ruefully. Well, MBIA and maybe you Mohamed Salah low l au assalum after ruefully. Well, mbia literally it means Prophet Mohammed. Peace be upon him is the lost prophet and messenger. So now let's write it down, Sal. Allahu Allah he was Selome is abbreviated. It's right It first So la along Leahy where seldom is abbreviated into So the 1st 1 and then lamb Second little then I third and mean So again, let's write it down. Ford Lamb I and the mean As you can see from here, the sort is taken from Sola. The lamb is taken from a law The high is taken from Ali he and the mean taken from the verb Salamah So low, Ali he was a peace be upon him. Let's move to the next one. The next one we have here is Alhamdulillah. He and Alhamdulillah literally means thanks to Allah, and it is used for thanking God. And actually, as you can see from year, it is abbreviated into the world. Alhamdulillah toe Alhamdulillah too. And it is pronouncing like this. Al Hamdallah too. So Al Hamdallah to is the act or the action off? Thanking a lot. Let's example Colonel Hamda Letta. If you calmly walked in, pull handle ETA vehicle walked in literally means say thanks to a lot every time Hotel Hamda letter Fecal Lee walked. As you can see from here, when we write it, it is written Alhamdulillah like this I'll hand do little lady. However, the abbreviation or the equivalent to this is Alhamdulillah to which is a little like this . And here you may ask, Where is that at Mar Botha came from? Actually this is the action off saying Alhamdulillah. So it is not taken literally from the alhamdulillah, the phrase Alhamdulillah but Al Hamdallah is the action off saying Alhamdulillah. That's why it's one word. Al Hamdallah too. The next one we have here, which is similar to the previous one, is all. How color how color is abbreviated or it's abbreviation taken from La Jolla, Walla Kuwata, Illah Billah, He la Jolla, Wala Kuwata, Illah Billah he and it is abbreviated into Al how Qala all how color. And it means there is no might nor power except in Allah. This is the literal meaning. So this statement is and expression off a servants humble submission to power or to the power and the glory off Ala It is a declaration announcing the reality off realities. Everything happens only with help off Allah alone. Man, however strong, powerful and great is powerless, weak and meek in front. Off a law let's example call new all how quality lamma feel alot Kohlu al How quality lamb a feel a who literally means saying there is no might nor power except in Allah is incomparable Cardinal how quality lamma feel alot Let's write it down So when you say le How Lola What? Uh well what? That Illah bill A He this one can be abbreviated into the expression alone How collar too which is written as one word like this all how color too So all how Qala to literally means or literally it is abbreviation off La Jolla Wallop water Illah Billah He I'll How college the next one we have here is a little bismillah and Alba smeller is used as an abbreviation for bismillah. He ar Rahman e r Rahimi in the name of God the most gracious, the most merciful l best. Miller. Let's the example. Alba smell a two door war. Yet on fee, Jamie and Ali Karti Alba smell a to Daru Re. It'll feature meal quality literally means saying, in the name of a law, the most gracious, the most merciful is necessary or important at all times. So now let's write it down on the best Miller. So it comes in from Bismillah. He bismillah, our Manny, our Rahimi. This one is abbreviated to Al Bus Mela, too. Alba smell a to Let's move to the next one. The next one we have here is a list I ever to a list either, too, which is abbreviation off our new bill. A he MENA Shiotani, our regime e our do Billa he Mina Chez Tani our regime e It is used mainly when feeling unsafe or before entering on safe places. Or when he scared by something, for example, a bad dream. And literally it means, Oh, I seek in a law from the curse. It's item. Let's example a list are there to walkie atone ministate on a list are ever to walkie atone Minnesota. Taani literally means the next one we have here is a list are too, which is an abbreviation toe. Oh, so Billa, he Mena, Shiotani regime me And this expression is used mainly when feeling unsafe or before entering unsafe places or when skirt by something like a bad dream. And literally it means I seek in a law from cursing seitan. Let's example, Calista there to work area tone Mina Sha Rani. As you can see, Calista, that who is protecting from seitan? The world work Latam means protecting and the men means from and seitan Is that cursive citing Let's write it down so I would do Bill uh, he minha Shiotani r a g me which is equal to at least either too. Which is it in like this way? Let's move to the next one. The next one we have here is Alhaji Allah to Al hi Allah to is one word expression and it is appropriation off. How Yala solidarity High Allah Solidarity literally means Harry to the prayer. Let's the example as Hubble list solidarity Endiama, A small high Aleta Abou list solidarity Endiama. A small Hiawatha literally means I go to prayer when I hear hurry to the prayer so all high Ayala is used as an abbreviation off high Yala solidarity. Let's write it down How you I love solidarity. This one is equal to uh hi, he allowed to Hi Yala Solidarity Harry Toe the prayer Al Hi Eala to see it again Al Hi Eala too So now let's read them again From the beginning, as I've mentioned, we have abbreviations in Arabic and it is not commonly used. However, I see that this one will be used in the near future. The 1st 1 we had here is Una fut He kill a theory which is prevented into or to a lack Which means it's Citra. The 2nd 1 we have learned Rahima whole Lahu, Rahima Lahu which is a prevented toe rock and the head the 3rd 1 we have here is rather your Lahu on who? Which is abbreviated into rock Lord and head The next one we have here. I like his cellar move which is abbreviated to I and me. The next one we have here is follow Ali. He was dilemma which is abbreviated toe for the lamb. I'm and the mean next one we have here is Al Ham do Lil Ahi, which is abbreviated toe Alhamdulillah too. Next one we have here is La Jolla Wallach Water Villa Billa. He which is abbreviated to Al. How color too. The next one we have here Is this Miller here? Hominy are Rahimi which is abbreviated to Albus Mela too. Their next one here is although, Well, I am in a shape, Tanya Rogie Me, which is abbreviated to a list either too. And the last one we have is the one for the one high jalape quality which is Al hi Allah to hi Olusola et al Holla to thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 6. What’s the difference between the two phrases كُتِبَ الدَّرْسُ and الدَّرْسُ مَكْتُوبٌ?: assalam alaikum. Hi, item. Ibrahim is here. Welcome to really Arabic courses. Lemon Arabic language using the Q and A method poor too. In this video, I will answer the following question. What is the difference between the two phrases cootie, but there sue and at their Sue Mac Cuban cootie. But there sue and at their sue MK turban. Grammatically, there is a difference between the two sentences. The first sentence is a verbal sentence. Jumla fairly Curitiba at dusk, and the second sentence is a nominal sentence. Jumla Ismea at Dirceu, Mac, Cuban, but in terms off, meaning they are a bit different from each other. The first sentence cootie, but Dirceu means the listen Waas written and the second sentence at their sumac. Tobon means the listen is written. To understand the difference between the two sentences, let's have a deeper look at the structure off each sentence. Let's start with the 1st 1 The first sentence we have here is cootie that Dara Su. As you can see, the sentence is a verbal sentence. Jumla for Leah. Why? Because it starts with the verb CO TBA, which means waas written, and it is in the past passive form Al Fair, Lulu al Mahdi and Lebanon. You little Manzhouli al Fair Lulu al Mahdi l'm Ebony, you little Manzhouli. Remember, every verb contains three things. The 1st 1 is an indicator off time, which is as Eman. The 2nd 1 is a goal. All the action which is Alhadeff. And the 3rd 1 is the door off the action which is Al filed. Now let's do the typical syntax analysis. I'll air up off this verbal sentence. Cootie, back at that soup the listen Waas written Let's take it word by word the first sentence or the first word in the sentence a year in the verb cootie back. And this verb is in the past tense Soco TBA is Fairland Malvin Magne in little Manzhouli, al fact hottie of war hero T Allah here he he As you can see from here there is a factor on top of the last letter off the verb cootie back which is back in this case Soco tiba is fair loan Martin Mabon in Yunlin Manzhouli al fat hottie of wa t ala here he so the verb co TBA is a passive past tense verb and it is in decline. Nable or uninflected and the sign off being in decline Nable is the clear Fattah at the end of the world. The next word in the same sentence is the world at that soup at that soup comes here as now able filing. And once you say now Eboo fairyland, you must say more full. Why? Because more full or nominative is the different air up off now able file 12 way, Samar four. We still need to find the Alabama the sign while a mature roughly and the sign off rougher here is off the Mato avoid era to Allah Kitty. As you can see, we have Obama here on top of the last letter in the world which is seen in this case, a dark suit. So the world at Darcy is a subject off the passive. And of course, it's announced off the rebel symptoms in the nominative case by default. Why by default, as I mentioned, because the default a rob off now it will file is to be nominative. And the sign off being nominative is the clear dumber. Add the end off the word. No need to go to that second sentence. The second sentence we have here is nominal sentence Jumla Ismea at their sumac turban. Why? Because it starts with the noun, which is that they are so in this case. As you can see since the sentence is nominal journalists, media, this means that it is not related to a time. And here you need to remember the nominal sentence. Al journalists Mia has two essential parts. The 1st 1 is the subject which is denoted by Al Muqtada. And the 2nd 1 is the predicate which is Al Khabar. So the two essential ports off any nominal sentence is a limo PTA. And the 2nd 1 is Al Hubbard. So now let's do that. Typical syntax analysis a rob off the nominal sentence Dirceu Mark Cuban at their Sue Mac to bond the listen is written. The first word in the sentence is at that soup. As you can see this this room lies jr s media and it starts with a noun and this now and should be the Muqtada. That's why here the Arab is a Dirceu Is Muqtada on Marfan? Remember that once we say moved out that we must Samar four. Why? Because more for is the default Arab off the Muqtada, as you have learned earlier. And once we Samar four, we still need to find the Alabama. That's why year were said Wala matter raw free. And the sign off this rougher is what the matter of war hero to Allah. Kerry, he the clear, dumb A that comes at the end. So that's why we have Obama here on top of the last letter, which is the letter seen in this case at their soup. So the world out there so in the sentence is a subject. And of course, it's a noun off the nominal sentence. All journalists, media, and it is in the nominative case by default. Why by default? Because Muqtada must be more for by default. And the sign off being nominative is the clear bomber. Add the end off the word. The next order in the same sentence is Mac Tobon and this is the Hubbard. This is the predicated. So Mark Cuban is Hubbard. And once we say harbor, we must the same or four. Why? Because more four is the default rob off the Humber and want to be Samar four. We still need toe find Alum That's why here we have said while a matter raw free and the sign off being more for is Obama two of our hero to Allah Katie he so the war Dimock tube on here is a predicated. And of course it is a noun off the nominal sentence in the nominative case by default. And the sign off being nominative is the clear Gummer were at the end off the world. As you can see, the difference between the two sentences is that in the first verbal sentence, algebra is mia. We know the time when the listen was written and from the context we may be able to know the door. Al fan the one who rode the listen but in the second sentence and Jim Lowell is mia at their stomach Cuban. It is mentioned that the listen, which is that they're so is written. But we don't know neither when it was written, your who wrote it So in short, cootie But there sue, which is a criminal fairly year, the verbal sentence the listen was written. The time here is clearly mentioned and it is in the past off course and in the second sentence at their sumac to want the listen is written, but we don't know the time and we don't know the door as well. Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 7. What are the different types of the predicate of the nominal sentence?: assalam alaikum. Hi, Tim Ibrahim is here. Welcome to really Arabic courses. Learn Arabic language using the Q and A method Part two. In this video, I will answer the following question. What are the different types off the predicate off the nominal sentence? Jumla Ellis Me. You should know that there are three different types off the predicated Al Hubbard off the nominal sentence. Jumla Ellis Media. The 1st 1 is one word critic. It the 2nd 1 is verbal sentence Pritikin, and the 3rd 1 is the semi sentence predicted. Have a look at the full of one chart for the three different types off. The predicate I'll hover can be categorized into could be a Kalima, which means one world, or could be a Jumla a sentence and alumina could be Jumla fairly, which means a verbal sentence or Shibu Jumla, which means a semi sentence. Remember that she pulled Rummler, or the semi sentence is categorized into two types. The 1st 1 is Jar Warm Azure, which means the proposition Plus Now the 2nd 1 is var off, which means an advert followed by the Madoff Leahy. So now let's understand them one by one. Let's start with the first type one word Pritikin. And in this case, the Pritikin is just one word and it should be announced as in the following example a college Abu Mustafa Atallah Abu Mujahed on the student is hard working. As you can see, this sentence is a normal sentence because it starts with a now which is tolerable and are tolerable. Here is the move today because it comes in the beginning, off the sentence and the world in which tied down here is the harbor The predicated As you can see, it is one world predicated. Now let to do that Typical syntax analysis Arab off this simple sentence a Malibu musta had on the student is hard working. Let's take it word by word. The first word we have here is a Paul Ibou. As I've mentioned, this word is Muqtada. It is the subject off the nominal sentence because it comes in the beginning off the sentence, as you can see from here. And once we say moved that we must Samar four because more full or nominative is the default air up off them off. And once we Samar four, we still need to find the Allama the sign. That's why we've said here while I metal rough free and the sign off being more four is a dumb mato of war hero to the world off, Vera means clear. So a dumb motto of war hero to Allah theory. He So, as you can see from here, that letter better, which comes at the end off the world off Malibu has a llama on top ofit because it is more for so the world. A Malibu is a subject and of course, it's Announce off the nominal sentence Al Jumla smear in the nominative case by default. Remember why by default Because and Muqtada must be more four by default. And the sign off being nominative is the clear lumber at the end off the world. The next word in the same sentence is the world the mujahedin, which means hard working. And this is the harbor. And it is one word predicated or one word cover so hover and it must be more full. Why? Because the default Arab of the harbor is to be more for all the time. And once we say you more for we still need to find the Al Emma. So while a matter Rafi and the sign off being more four is Obama to and it is clear As you can see, we have 10 win amount above the lost letter in the world The most ahead on so cupboard on my phone while Amato Rafi Abd um Ato of our hero to Allah here he he so the world, the musta he don't is a predicted And of course it's an hour off the nominal sentence and it is in the nominative case by default. And the sign off being nominative is the clear lama at the end off the world Mujaheedin the second type off the critic It is the verbal sentence predicated which means Al Jammal Philia when it comes in the form off a predicate. So in this case, the predicate is verbal sentence. Jumla Ophelia, have a look at the following example. L wanna do you Hey, boo al Faqih! Hata A weather Do your haboob Al Faki Hata. Which means the boy likes fruits. As you can see, this junior is Jumla. Ismea. Why? Because it starts with announce a. Well, I do, but here we don't have the Hubbard as one word. However, we have another sentence. You haboob Al Faki. Hata. So this sentence is Jim left early. As you can see, it starts with the fellow with the verb, your reboot, which means to like that's why the harbor in this case is the whole sentence which comes a here after the Muqtada. So this is the harbor. But how to do this Arab. So now let's do the typical syntax analysis There up off this nominal sentence, the first word is a well, a do as usual. This is the Muqtada. And once you say move that you must Samar four. And once we Samar four, we still need to find the sign dilemma. So while I am not all roughly and the sign of being more four is off the metal of war hero to Allah Every day he, as you can see, we have done more here on top of the lost letter which is Dell in this case. So all well, a do is a subject now off the nominal sentence and journalists Mayor in the nominative case boy default and the sign off being nominative is likely of dumb that comes at the end off the world. The next word in the same sentence is your Hey, boo you. Haboob is a verb and it is in the present tense. As you can see, it starts with yet. So the verb you haboob is fair loan move Doria on loan mood Laurie own And it is more for while a metal roughly And the sign off Big Ingmar for is a dumb mato of war hero to Allah. Actually he As you can see, we have a bomb now on top of shadow on the lost letter Back in the verbal, your head boom! So you're a book is a prison tense verb is and it is in the indicative mood and the sign off being indicative is the clear bomber at the end Off the verb, the next word in the same sentence is Al Faki. Hector al Faqih at that. What you mean the fruits? And it is the object here. So it is my for Roland be it is math, Roland, be. And once we say math Roland be We must say months oub who I am untrue because man suit is the default air up off them Afolabi Once we say months soup, we still need to find the Alabama. So while a metal nose B and the sign of being mom food is a fact had to off a hero to Allah Kerry, he so you can see there is a factor here. On top of that, that more Botha, which comes at the end off the word Al Faki had. However, we still need to find the harbor because, as I mentioned, Al Gemellus Media has two essential parts. The first part is the Muqtada. And the second part is the Humber. Until now, we didn't tell anything about the predicated. That's why while Jamela to Al Fairly A to you're him Bull Alfa Key Hacked data Magni atone FEMA Hollier off. Arboreal Muqtada. So the whole sentence you haboob Alfa Quetta as a gambler or as a sentence is in decline. Nable and it is built on behalf off cub are almost so and object the world Al Faqih had. There is an object, Afolabi. And of course, it's a now off the verbal sentence. Al Jungle Fairly. Yeah, you're a bull Faki data and it is in the accuse. It'd case by the fault and the sign off being accused native is the clear Fattah. As you can see, we have fat. How? On top of that more motor, as I mentioned earlier at the end off the world and the verbal sentence you have Bull Fair Kenyatta is built on behalf of the predicated in this case. So all harbor in this case is the whole sentence or the whole verbal sentence. You Haboob Al Faki had the third type we have here off the predicate is that semi sentence predicated Al Khabar. Oh shit! Who eligibility? And here you need to remember as I've mentioned earlier, the semi sentence Schiphol Jumla can be categorized into two types. The 1st 1 is an adverb followed by Madoff Leahy. The 2nd 1 is a prepositional sentence which consists off Proposition Alp Article plus an hour as in the following chart Schiphol Jumla The same sentence can be categorized into two types. The 1st 1 is barf plus model philology which means and an advert plus Modoff Leahy. The second type is Georgia, where module which means rep positional sentence. Have a look at the following two sentences. The 1st 1 we have here is a Paul Ibou film Atrocity. Todd Abou film madrassa t which means the student is in or add the score. As you can see this Jumla is junior smear because it starts with the world. A tolerable which is a noun and in this case the world are tolerable. Is the Muqtada then we have film mad veracity. As you can see, there is no one word harbor or predicated in this sentence. That's why the whole sentence, which it comes from film atrocity, is on behalf of the harbor. As you can see, this sentence is not a normal sentence. It is shape Jumla semi sentence because it has fee followed by is more mature which is Maduro City. In this case, the second example of sheep Will Jr we have here is a lot Alamo Focal Masnaa Al Alam Focal must ni The flag is above the factory. As you can see from here, this junior also is cumulus media because it starts with the world Al Alam which means the flag. And once we have moved out that we must define the harbour. But the harbor year or the predicate is not one word hover. It is a sentence right? But because the sentence here starts with focal, which is an adverb, it means that this is not normal sentence. It is semi sentence shape. Who? Jumla. So we have an adverb. Foca, fooled by Alma SNI and almost not here, works as Madoff Leahy because it is preceded by focal, which is an adverb. So now let's do the typical syntax analysis a rob off the following sentence. Let's choose the 1st 1 A tall Ibou film atrocity. The boy is in the school. Let's take it word by word. The first word in the sentence is a party boo. And as usual, this word here works as Muqtada. And once we see that, we must the same or four, and the more four means that you still need to find the Alabama. So while a metal rod free and the sign off Big Ingmar four is a dumb mato of our era to Allah theory, he, as you can see, a Malibu, has around my year on top of their a little better. In this case, the last letter so authority. Boo is a subject, and it's a noun off the normal sentence. Al generally smear in their nominative case by default. And now you know why By default And the sign off being nominative is the clear drama at the end off the world The next word in the same sentence is fee And the fee here is how our future It is a proposition Alp article that makes the following now and to be in the generative case. That's why the following word which we have here is a madrassa. T and madrassa. T is preceded by harmful geography. That's why it is Isman madrone. And once you say it's moon madrone, you must have find Alum. So it is this morning madrone bad a fee after Fee Walla Matal Gerry and the sign off job is Alcazar. As you can see, we have Kasra under me. The lost letter in the world l'm atrocity, which is that that more border in this case. But however, we still need to find the Hubbard the predicated and in this case, Al Khabar or the predicate is not one word cover. Why? Because it comes in the form off a semi sentence film atrocity. That's why year we need to say worship bull Djamila tea and the same sentence. Film Maduro City Magnini Atone FEMA Holly Rowe Free Crabs Will move today A dream Holly Rowe Free Crab Barrel Moved at the In behalf off the harbor. So Alan Matarasso City is a noun and it is in the generative case by default. Why by the fourth? Because it is preceded by the proposition fee and the sign off being generative is the Kasra at the end off the world. And you still need to complete this because you still need to find the Humber and the semi sentence Cybil Jumla is built on behalf off the predicated on behalf off the harbor. Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 8. What is the difference between أَوْ and أَمْ?: Salaam alaikum. Hi, Sam Ibrahim is here. Welcome to really Arabic courses. Learn Arabic language using the Q and A method poor too. In this video, I will answer the following question. What is the difference between O and M? Actually, each off them can be used to give the meaning off poor. However, there is a big difference between them in terms off. Yes, it and I will explain this shortly in English. There is only one word to express doubt or equalization. It is the world. Or however in Arabic we have two words. The 1st 1 is, um and the 2nd 1 is out and both of them are so cold through philosophy, conjunctions or conjunction, particles for details about the conjunctions are given in one of my courses mastering nominative case in Arabic language. Remember the word which it comes after a conjunction partner harmful out is called a full of work, which means Taba, and it takes the same case ending as the world before it. Since the word out and the world, um, have same meaning. So when do you use which one? To answer this question. Let's learn each of them one by one. Let's start with the first word, which is out in Arabic. You can use the conjunction particle out for many purposes. Here are the popular ones one choosing at the he is to I doubt a shock free obscurity, which means Pam four distribution, which means nausea. So again the word out could be used for at the here. Choosing or a shek Doubt or a Pam Hope Security or act Nausea, which means distribution. Let's take these usage or these 41 by one let's get started with the 1st 1 choosing at the here. The conjunction particle out is used for choosing from two or more options. Have a look at the following example. The first example we have here is God. Jassal Moalim Oh Palyama wouldn't God Yasser Al Moalim Luoma. Our wouldn't The teacher may arrive today or tomorrow. The second example we have here Ash, Rabuka, Watan, Sheree In Abu What? I'm sharing all drink coffee or tea. So, as you can see from these two examples, we are choosing from two options The first example called the Yasu al Mwalimu Luoma Allah. Then we have two options. Only here the first option is to arrive today, and the second option is to arrive tomorrow. And in the second example, we have also two options. Ash, Rabuka, Watan Alien. The first option is coffee. And the second option is Shay, which means D. The 2nd 1 we have here is I shook. Which means doubt the world or the conjunction. Parker, How is used? If you don't remember? Exactly. Or not sure, as in the following example Car up to a Serena soft hot on our fellow Athene. Corrupt to Serena. Soft hot on our cell. Athene, are you read? 20 or 30 Bages. It means that I don't remember exactly. So corrupt toe Serena. Soft hot on our fella theme. The next one we have here is used for Pam obscurity. The conjunction part Oh is used If you want to hide or don't want to tell anyone about you Really intentions, as in the following example Joseph, You Jahmal Hamisi. Do you see? I would travel on Thursday or Friday. So as you can see from here, you didn't give exact date. However, you have just give give a range here. So I said, Who's a few? I travel jahmal Hamisi, which means there's day or hour. Jahmal Jamaat e, which means Friday number four distribution at nausea. The conjunction part with our is used if you want to classify or divide a category into subcategory, as in the following example Al Colima to this morning. How fair loon! How hard phone the world is a noun or a verb or a particle. So as you can see the world, calima means the world and it could be classified into three categories. Isman, Our fair Alone. How hard phone. So since we have many options here or sub categories, we can use the particle. How in between each subcategory I'll calima too. Isman, our fair alone. How hard phone that next one. The second word we have here is the world M. You should know that the world, um is different from the world. How and it can be used for the following two purposes. The 1st 1 is at the Gadid specification and the 2nd 1 is at the sweet air Equalization. So the conjunction particle um is the front from out and it could be used for the following two purposes. The 1st 1 is a tad it which means specification. The second. The purpose is to be used for equalization, which means at the sweet Let's learn them one by one. The 1st 1 a Hadid specification. And in this case, the conjunction particle, Um, is used to separate a single pair off choice. You have to choose one normally, um, is used after the nun translated question world, which is Al Hamza, which means is or do as a question as in the following examples. Have a look at the first example A to redo. What an um, share your story. Do what? I'm, um, share you. Which means do you want coffee or tea? So, as you can see from here, we have used the question word Al Hamza in the beginning, off the question here. That's why we have used as a conjunction particle to choose between Kawa or Shea. Coffee or tea. So a to redo Cottam. Um, Sharon, remember that you cannot use our in this case. It would be wrong. Why? Because this is a question. A to read what? And I'm sure the second example we have here at that cool new sama can, um Lemon, as you can see from here, we have started the question using Al Hamza in the beginning. As you can see before the verbiage Kohlu. So attack Cool. Osama Can, um Lonmin Do you eat fish or meat? So that's why we have used the conjunction part of here instead off using out. So we have used, um instead off. How? Because this is a question starting with Al Hamza. The third question year or the third example we have is a taboo mashie and, um, Rocky ban a taboo mashie and, um, brought Cuban. Which means do you go walking or writing? As you can see, this is a question starting with Al Hamza before the verb. Yeah, Baboon. And here we have two choices. Walking is the 1st 1 and riding is the 2nd 1 And we have, um, as a conjunction part of between them. So at have habu, mashie and am rock even. Do you go walking or writing? You should note here that from the previous examples you may have noticed the following number one ward order from the first example the words for coffee, which means Kawa and the World 40 shea are direct objects number two using the Hamza have you noticed that you have to use a Hamza before you introduced the two possibilities? The second usage off m is for equalization. Which means at this were in this case the world M is used for equalization and it has to be used after the world. So where? So where? Which means equal or sameness. Have a look at the following example. So we're own. Yeah, they're Carta Amla Ebita. So where on Alaya That Carter, um, lie better literally. This sentence means it doesn't make any difference for me if you study or play. As you can see from year, we have started the sentence with the words aware which means same. This old alike Allah Yeah, means for me literally or to me at their carta. There is Hamza here, remember, Comes before the verb. So they're Carta that Kara is to study. So I'm now talking to a singular made because of the tear. And then also we have there. So now we are talking to a singular mail move forward move. Occur so somewhere own Allah. Yeah, which means it doesn't make any difference to me at that Carta. If you study, um, lie better or you play. So as you can see, we have used in this case for equalization because it doesn't make difference. It's equal to each other. Whether you play or you, you study so somewhere on Aaliyah, ever character and life, Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 9. What is the hidden pronoun in Arabic language? الضَّمِيـرُ المُسْتَتِـرُ: assalam alaikum. Hi, Tim Ibrahim's here. Welcome toe. Really Arabic courses learn Arabic language using the Q and A method poor too. In this video, I will answer the following question. What is the head and pronoun in Arabic language of Amirault al musta in Arabic, you sometimes hear the expression head and pronoun so called dumb Iran with stati. Ron, this is typical for Semetic language. It is usually the verb that starts a sentence, Jumla and not a noun, as in English. However, in Arabic, we normally don't try the personal pronoun before the verb unless you want to emphasize it for the purpose off rhetoric, Alba Leva as the verb can be market by a hidden pronounce as you will learn shortly in order to understand the head and pronoun of the Miro. Almost data Have a look at the following two examples The 1st 1 Cata back up for a Liberto at Darsha Cata but upto Liber to adopt Sir the student through what the listen. Remember that the student here is a female student. As you can see, there is a tap more Botha at the end of the world. So cata but upto a Liber to at Dorsa. The second example we have here is gotta but a Dorsa cata bet at D'Arcy which literally means she rode the listen in the first sentence Cata bet Otto halibut to a Dorsa. That there which comes at the end off the verb Cata backed is not a hidden pronoun. The immune status. It is just a marker for femininity. Third, the person so called the techniques so that there which becomes a year in the first sentence, Cata but upto a labour to a Dorsa. Is that the knees? Why? Because the verb here is conjugated with upto labour to which is a female student. However, in the second sentence that there at the end off the verb cat, a vet is Asaf ICS added to the verb in the past tense when it is conjugated with the verb and it is the only way that tells us the number and gender off the door. Al file since that there has Sukhumi means that the one who wrote the listen is a singular feminine character backed. When you conjugate this verbal with the pronoun here, you're going to say he a cata bet. So who are Catawba, he wrote. Hayya Cata bet So you need to add that there as a suffix at the end of the verb in the past tense to conjugated correct with the pronoun here. Remember, this is typical, or this is a typical verb conjugation in the past tense all fair Lulu al Mahdi. So, as you can see from the second sentence, Cata bat at Garcia, the duer is not clearly mentioned as in the first sentence, Cata back out or Liberto at Darsha. The door here is clearly mentioned, which is a total labor too. The door in the second sentence is represented by a Hedden pronoun. A so called the Miran was stat Iran, the Miran with stati run as the There is actually substituting the pronoun here, meaning cata. But here at Darcy Cata. But here at Dorsa. But as I've mentioned earlier, it is enough to say Cata bet a Darcy. You don't need to add the pronoun here since the verb cattle, but is really conjugated with the prune on here. To understand the difference, let's to go into the details and do the typical syntax analysis al Arab for the two sentences above Let's start with the first sentence Cata but upto Oliver to add Dorsa, the female student wrote the listen, let's take it word by word. The first word in the sentence is Cata bet and as we have mentioned cattle, but is fair loan Malvin Fairly soon. Marvin Lebanese Yoon alittle fatty Mabini, Yoon al Fatty. What? Who lit nisi that that here is four femininity. So cat, this is the fat which comes here on the little bet, the last letter in the world before it is connected to the attach it pronoun step. Or that that here, which comes for femininity. So Fairlawn Malvin, Melbourne EU, NARAL fatty What the little knees? What lit the knees? So Cata bet. Let's do it again. To understand the difference between the two sentences, let's go into the details and let's do the typical syntax analysis. Air up for the two sentences above. Let's start with the first sentence Cata but Tolliver to at Dorsia, which means the student or the female student road. The listen, let's take it word by word. The first word in the sentence is the very big data, and that is step with that niece attach it here at the end of that verb because off the door, which is feminine. So Cata better is Fairlawn, modern Mabini, Yoon al Fatty What the new licked needy And that there which becomes a year at the end of this verb, is four femininity. So Cata bet an active past tense verb and it is in decline. Nable and the sign off being in decline. Nable is the clear Fattah at the end off the verb before it is connected to the test which is used here for femininity that would that knees the next word in the same sentence is up to Oliver to a totally Batou is here, Farrell. It is the door. So it is Fair island. And once we say fair, I don't We must say more full. Why? Because my four is the default a rob off the door, the fact and went to the same or four We still need to find a sign. The Alabama. So while a matter Rafi and the sign off being more for is a dumb Mato volunteer A to Allah . Haiti he As you can see, we have done more here On top of that last letter which is tap more Botha in this case. So a tali Beto is a door and of course, it's a noun off the verbal sentence. All German affair Leah in the nominative case by default. And the sign off being nominative is the clear bomber at the end off the world The next word in the same sentence is at Dorsa Abd ar So here is the object. So it is math Roland be. And once we say math Roland be we must say munsu. Why? Because monsoon is the default air up off them Afolabi. Then we still need to find the Alabama. So Walla matter must be and the sign of being on food Al fat How to avoid toe the clear fat , huh? Allah here he its end. As you can see the little seen here The lost letter in the world at Dorsa has a fat How on top of it So at Darcy is an object. And of course he It is a noun off the verbal sentence and it is accuse it'd by default. And the sign off being accused a tive is the clear fat, huh? At the end off the world Now let's do the typical syntax analysis for the second sentence. The second sentence is Cata, but at Darcy Kata. But at Darcy, as you can see in the sentence of the door, is hidden. However, it is represented here using the letter tear at the end of the verb piccata. So the ear literally means she wrote the listen, let's start with the first World Cata bat as usual cattle. But here is felon Mardin. Mavynee Yoon alittle fat he As you can see, there is a fat whore here on top of the lost letter, bear off the Verbeek Catawba before it get connected to the tap. And here we need to mention the door because the door is not there. That's why we need to say, Well, far you. And the door is the mere on most at Iran is ahead and pronoun took Jiro who here estimated by the prune on here. How did we know? Because of the tear which becomes a year at the end off the Verba cattle, but so that that here tells us that the door is a singular feminine. She so Cata bet is an active past tense verb and it is in decline Nable and the signs of being in decline. Nable is the clear fat her at the end of the verb. But we still need to tell or two to say Who is the door here? And the door is hidden the mirror myostatin and it is estimated by the separated pronoun here. Which is she? As I said, How did we know we knew this already from the verb cata bad Because of that that which comes here at the end off the verb. The next word we have here is a Darcy. So a dark TSA muff Roland be. And once we say my for Roland, be you must the same improved. Which means that the accuser tive case ending off tomorrow will be is the default. That's why we say my photon beam on soup and we still need to find dilemma. While Amital must be Alfa tattoo of our hero to Allah, every he so at Darcy is an object. And of course, it's announce off the verbal sentence and it is accuse it'd by default. And the sign off being accused it'd is the clear fat, huh? At the end off the word. Let's take more examples. Have a look at the 1st 1 Shari backed Al Kito 11. A sherry, but al Kito, Lebanon. As you can see from here, it means the cat female cat, of course. Or kitchen. The cat drank the milk, drank Chaddy backed. As you can see, these verbs conjugated with a singular female. How did we know? Because of the tear off feminists see here and that that more Botha here, which comes in the door Calcutta to so sherry. But you get to Lebanon a the other world 11 a means the milk. If we wanted to hide the door from this sentence, we would say Shari but a Lebanon so that that here is different from that. That here in the 1st 1 that there is for the neath that off femininity on the 2nd 1 here which represents the female, the female pronouns here sherry but he 11 a so you could ride the sentence below here shoddy but a Lebanon as sherry. But here 11. But as I've mentioned earlier, you don't need to repeat or to write the pronoun since already it is mentioned in the verb sherry. But the next example we have here is the Alabama toe taboo on Hey, Sabah Kalama up to LeBow Al Hasaba. The students learned the meth. As you can see for me, this Jumla Jumla fairly. Yeah, it starts with the fella Kalama, which means to learn how to lob over here is the door and Al Hasaba is the problem be or the object? So, as you can see from here, the verb Kalama, Ula boo Elisheva that do are here is not most chatter is not most data is not Heather. So it since it is not hidden, it is clearly mentioned here immediately after the verb Kalama. If we wanted to hide that door from this sentence, simply we can say the Alamo Al Hasaba, the Alamo Al Hasaba. Remember that the verb here is conjugated with the pronoun home home. That's why we don't need to say the Alamo home. Al Hasaba. Why? Because the well Aleph, which comes here at the end of the verb it is clearly or it makes it clear that it is for home. So the Alamo Al Hasaba, Where is the door? Here? The door here is hidden, and it is estimated by the separated pronoun home. How did we know? Because of the world. Aleph. What? You comes here as a suffix in the verb salam and it means they learned the meth. Another example. Here we have Tara. Yes, Eroding Olatunji that and Yasser invented new machine. If there are yes, Iran. Allah 10 Jadida 10. As you can see from year, this Jumla is Jumla Fairly starts with the verb extra in the past tense, which means to invent. And the door here is clearly mentioned. His name is yes, Iran. And if we wanted to drop the door from the sentence a year, we could say Tara L. A. Tanja did attend. So as you can see from here, there is no word for the one who invented the new machine. That's why he invented new machine. But how did we know that the door here is he? Why not she? Why, no, they? Because we have the verb terra, which is really conjugated with the separated pronoun who are so who are Tara a lot. And Jadida 10. Who here is good enough to refer to the duel which is? Yes, it in this case. So the door. In the second sentence, Tara Elliot and JD Data is heading Alfa a Blue Moose data, and it is estimated by the separated pronoun HOA. Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 10. How to express verb ‘to have’ in Arabic Language?: Salaam alaikum. Hi, Tim Ibrahim is here. Welcome toe. Really Arabic courses learn Arabic language using the Q and A method poor, too. In this video, I will answer the following question. How to express the verb to have in Arabic language in Arabic. There is no specific word equivalent for the English verb tohave, but we can use an ad verbal expression, frizzle verb, a preposition, or you can express it even by another Virpi. In this video, I will give you many examples on how to use or how to say the verb to have in Arabic, depending on the context. First, let's have a look at the common expressions and words that could be used to represent verbal tohave in Arabic. The 1st 1 we have here is ring death, and it means have at or by 2nd 1 is let Ah, and also it means have at or by next one we have my which means with or have next one we have the verb e Emily Cool. Yeah, Emlico means to possess or to own the next one we have here is the is Allah, which means with have on or even upon depends on the context. The last one we have here is Lee and Lee means four or two, depending on the context, and it's always used to express ownership. Now let's see how these common expressions are used to give the meaning off the verb toe have in Arabic. Let's start with the 1st 1 find, uh, common expressions used with ender. The war during that is an adverb love, and it means at it could be used to reflect the ownership or position as long as it is used with the attach it pronounce of the mayor as in the following table. And that, plus the attached pronoun who equals in the WHO, which means he has kinda plus the attached pronounce hair Aleph equals. And, uh, she has and, uh, plus home a which is used for two males or two females, and in this case, it becomes India. Homa, remember that this is one world. Don't say you're in the huma. Wrong. You have to say it as one word N doma Next one here is aimed at with the attach a pronoun home for pleura milk. Bring the home they have, and also here it should be pronounce it as one word. I'm the home. Next one here is aimed up plus the attach a pronoun care for singler mail in that car in Decca you have in the plus key for the singular female is ring the key you have And that plus the attaching pronoun yet equals and the I have And this one could be used for singular male or singler female That plus the attach pronoun DNA equals ring than ah, which means we have Now let's use it in short sentences to see how it works. Have a look at the first example and who say Jara in the who say Yara literally means he has a car in the same tiara. She has a car. I'm gonna say, Yara, we have a car laser. I'm gonna say, Yeah, we don't have a car can a I am gonna say Yeah, we had a car, remember That Kanneh means two walls And here in this context, it means had we had Maracana. The who say you're Makan makan A is delegation off canna. So here we or he had no car as you considering the who for and the who refers to singular mill because the who is an attached pronoun for who So Mac. And in those Ayala he had no car. Lemahieu cocoon In the who say Yara he had no car. So as you can see, the two sentences American and American R equals both of them means he had no car. So what is the difference between them? The 1st 1 is delegation off can A in the past tense. The 2nd 1 is delegation off Kanna In the present tense Maracana Lamu Coun The next word we have here or the next common expression is letter. The world ladder is another version off the world kinda and in general it has more meanings . Convert to the world anger and I will explain this shortly. The world ladder is used with the attach it pronounce at the more rural Matassa as in the following table. The 1st 1 is Ladder plus rue equals lady. Have you noticed that Alec will make sure that comes at the end off the world letter has been converted into normally air when we use that wretched pronoun so leather plus who think was lady he, which means he has leather plus hair, equals Lydia. She has letter. Plus Huma, Lady Hema and some kind off pronunciation you might hear is Lady Huma. Lady Huma is still correct. But here we say Ledet. Hema, They have letter. Plus home equals Ledet him. Let him. They have leather. Plus care equals Latika. You have for singular mail Letter. Blonsky equals Ledet key. You have for Singler female and the ladder. Plus. Yeah, Let that. Yeah, like yeah, I have leather. Plus now equals Latina. Have you noticed that in all examples, the Aleph mature? A has been change it into a regular or a normal year. Now let's use it in short sentences to see how it works. Lady, he's a Yara. He has a car. Lydia. Say Yara. She has a car. Latina. Say Yara, we have a car. Les Saleh. Dana, say Yara. We don't have a car. Laser means navigation. Which means not Latina. Say Yara means we don't have a car. So now you may ask me Went toe use letter and went to you. Send us since they have similar meanings. Okay, Number one. If you are talking about something you own and it is not with you now, then you could use kinda. And if that thing is with you now, then use letter. Have a look at the following two examples nd column on Djamila and the Salamone Jamelia, which means I have a beautiful Ben. But it is not with me now I have or I own a beautiful pen. But it is not with me now and the column on Djamila. But when you use the same sentence and change Andy to Lydia, the meaning is going to be different at it. So here, yeah, column on Djamila. Whaddaya Salomon Jamie alone, Which means all. I have a beautiful pen and it is with me now, and this is the main difference between India and the letter. So and that means that I own it, but it's not with me now, but letter means I on it. But it is with me now, and I can use it now. That's the main difference between India and the letter. Another difference, in my opinion. We should use leather for objects that physically cannot be owned, For example, like when you say I have two sons or daughters or things like intelligence or self confident or self confidence for example, you could say lady he Zeca Hourigan, Lady Zeca on Hari corn which means he has extraordinary intelligence. As you can see, extra ordinary intelligence is not a physical thing Toby owned So when we used tear we should use leather instead Off Renda, Don't say you're in the who The car on hurrican, but say lady, he the car on Hajric on. Similarly, for the next example we have here Lady he Thika triumph in Nazi Ledee Freak atone for NFC which literally means he has a self confidence. He has self confidence. So here, as you can see, self confidence is not that thing that you can own. However, you still can have it. But you use letter in a state or finder. So don't say in the who Cicotte unf in Nazi, but say lady, he think atone Finnessey. That next common expression we have here is Maar. Remember that the world march is an adverb and it means with it could be used to give the meaning off positions. As I will explain shortly, the world Amar is used with the attach it pronounce as well. Damar through Elmo Prasidha. Have a look at the full of examples map plus the touchy pronoun who means my who Which means with him, Ma plus hair My, uh with her not plus Huma Ma Huma. Remember, it's now one word. Mama. Don't say ma Huma. No, Mahama is one word which means with them And in this case, it's for two mins or two females. Map plus home equals my home. Which means with them my blood guy Macca for singler mailed with you map plus key Not a key with you for singler Female. My blessed day Yeah, it was my e which means with me and that could be used for singler mail. Oh, single female. The next one we have here is map Listener equals manna which means with us. Now let's use it in short sentences to see how it works When I say ma who Mallon My who Mallon the world madam is money or anything related to money actually So Ma who Mallon literally means he has money. If we wanted to negate the previous sentence, we could use laser before it. So just say life. Some are home alone, which means he has no money. Lisa Ma who Marrone my er Claman, I have pens. Maggie are Claman. Can a ma home alone? He had money can. Now he doesn't have. So can I. Ma Who? Mallon. Lum? Yeah. Kohn. Ma home alone. He hadn't money, so he hadn't money. So lamb yak one year is the negation off Kanna in the present tense. Let me back on my home, Alan, that next common expression with the verb e Emlico the verb e Emlico means toe own and it is used mainly for precision. And in the following, as in the following examples who are, um Lichterman Zeeland? Who were you? Emlico men, Zealand. He owns a house. If we wanted to negate it, simply use the particle a before the verb e Emlico. So if I said Hoel Alioum Lichterman Zealand, he doesn't own a house. Who are you? Emlico. Who? Emlico means you. He on it and the whole year refers to a singular mail. You could say who I am Lika for a singular female object. Um Lika, like, for example, if it's so Yara, you could say who I am, Liquid. So yeah, I mean the car. And in this case, you have to use the Emlico are with the attach a pronoun How can a family come and xylan canna you Emlico man Zeeland He owned a house. But now he's not owning any house. That's why. Can I am liquid NZealand Lum Yeah kun yam like humans Villain. And here is Delegation Elam. Yukun. So he didn't own a house. Maracana Um lick woman Zealand. Similarly, he didn't own house. As you can see, we have used this many times. So far we have used lamb before the verb can a But in the present tense Lemahieu Cohen And also you could use the same meaning if you U s department Ma before the Verba Kanna in the past tense Maracana. That next common expression we have here is you should know that the Allah is a three letter breath position, harmful jar and it means on or a bone. It could be used to give the meaning. Opposition. Have a look here at the following examples. I like your lady. Yeah, of the habu Alanna, which literally means I have to go. I have to go now. Allah Yeah. Of the harbor at the Taboo and a lady of the Habu on I have to go now. Similarly, if we use it with the touch of pronoun care Allah, you can't the hub which means you have to go Aleka. So as you can see when we use the attach a pronoun with the proposition Allah, it gives you the meaning off to have. So I like of the habu. Remember that you could replace that verb a noun of Abou with the particle and and the verb in the present tense. So you could say you're Aleka on debe which also same meaning You have to go Aleka until Harba. Similarly, if we add the touch of pronoun a ally another the hub we have to go. I like you never herbal The next one ally, you can have the hub you all your floor a male Have Togo allow you come available canna a logica of the Hubble can Ah, like remember, canna gives you the meaning off head. So you had to go. I can like the herbal That next common expression is lead the letter Lee is one letter proposition harf usually and it means to belong to and it could be used to give the meaning off position as in the following examples, La Hogue known Wassim Lahoud. Banon was human. What does this mean? Means he has a handsome boy. So as you can see, the world even literally means son or boy Wasim means handsome. So in this case, we have used the attached pronoun who Lahu, which means for him, belongs to him. Lahu Similarly, you could say Lahu bite on cabbie Iran. He has a big house. Lahu bite on cab Your own Havel COLUMN Lacquer HAVEL COLUMN Lacquer this spend for you or literally this penance for you Have a column lecher! You could say lucky Orla coma or lack, Um, depends on the context. Local, Um, a new local A man who you got there protection, actually, the world a man who means peace or safety. So when you say local amano means you go the safety. As you can see, we have used that that you pronounce care and in this case it means you. For singular mills, you could use key and say lucky by saying, Luckily, a man, if you are talking to many pleura mail, you're gonna say Laocoon a man the next one we have here that you should know that English expressions with to have are expressed by standalone verbs in Arabic. Haven't quite the following examples. Yes, Bill. Allah U. S. Bureau. Allah literally means to have patients with ya. Spirou, remember, the verbiage bureau is to get to have the patients and we use the proposition Allah. And in this case, we have This is considered as a phrase, a verb or prepositional verb in Arabic. Yes, Bureau Allah to have patients with your Sabu Bill body use Abu Bill Birdie means to have cold the world. But it means cold and use. Abu literally means to get infected. So you saw Abu Bill body to have cold? Yeah, the house. Oh yeah. Hahaha So this is a common verb in our being and it means to have a look over to inspect Yet that house through yet ASHA a coup. And this verb takes harmful Jarvie which means to have a piece off or literally means to share yet Tasha Aku And it takes the proposition fee The next one we have here is yeah, refuge hidden Jari Fu Jayden The verb BRD full literally means to know and jail. You didn't means very well. Oh, well, so when you say Jari food, Jaden literally means to have good knowledge off Jari. For Jayden. The next one we have here is not Roka Saeed on Larrocha. Saeed on the old side. I don't means happy. The world in the heart means they time. And when you say aha, Rocca literally means your daytime is happy. So I wish so Have a good day. Remember that You could say no. Ha Rocca, If you are talking to a man and Haro key if you're talking to a woman and the heart Oh, come. If you are talking to many males, Haro, come or many people. So no hard, Lucas A. You don't have a good day. Thanks for watching and let's move to the next listen. 11. What is the Meaning of the So-Called ‘Interpreted Verbal Noun’ and how it is formed?: a Salaam alaikum Hi from Ibrahim is here. Welcome toe. Really Arabic courses learn Arabic language using the Q and A myth. It poor too. In this video, I will answer the following question. What is the meaning off the so called Inter traded verbal noun and how is it formed in Arabic? There are two types off. Verbal now owns all Master. The 1st 1 is the pure verb, a noun which is so called Al Masaru Osorio. And it is for men, according to the standard known methods former batters. And the second type is that interpreted Verbal Now, which is so called Mass Darla Moore A well, and it can be for Mitt from the pure verbal known. The two types mean exactly the same with few differences, and I will explain it in this video. You an actor, you know there are general formulas we can use to convert the pure verbal non almost er sorry. Who to and interpreted verbal noun almost r O l know. Well, the following formula is the most common one. We use the construction and, plus the prison tense verb al fair Lulu Alma Dorio toe form their interpreted verb unknown . So the general formula is and plus al final Madura equals almost daro A well, you, in other words, the interpreted verb. A noun can be built by using the part on to be added before the verb in the present tense as in the following examples. As you can see, the first example we have here is, um, funded by the ver bien habit. The verbiage have means to go remember that the particle and is one of the particles that makes the verb in the present tense. Toby in that subjunctive mood, which means among soup. That's why we have fat her here on top of the bed, the last letter off the verb young harbor. So, Anya Haber, this is almost Daru Alma Powell, and it can be converted into a monster Assyria into the habit, which means going so Anne of Have about the harpoon. Similarly, for the next example and your lava Liben, which means playing and your Laba Liben next example and Yarmila. So it becomes am alone, which means working or doing And yes, Baha, which means to swim and here see Baja tone, which means swimming and yes, ma, some my own listening or hearing and young Jaha to succeed nausea, hone success and yeah, there are to attend so door on attendance and yet far to pay or to push that phone paying or pushing. And here we have important notes, as you can see the verb after the particle and must be in the subjunctive mood and the verbal must be monsoon accordingly. The next one we have here here is the difference between the two types. Off verb announce the pure verbal now on which is almost daro. Sorry, who has the following features? The 1st 1 It is one word. As you can see from the previous examples, the 2nd 1 It doesn't refer to certain time unless mentioned Number three. It could be used as an adjective number four. It could be used to explain the number off the verb. If it's a singular or dual old pleura, I will explain this shortly. So in general, interpreted verbal. Now I'll muster a low is forming off the infinitive particle plus a sentence. This sentence could be verbal failure or nominal this media so infinitive particle plus a sentence or a verbal sentence or a nominal sentence equals interpreted, Verbal. Now and here we have seven infinitive partners. We will take them in details after Hawaii. So here are the seven infinitive particles that we can use to form their interpreted verbal Now and Noah and Que Lo Value Shorty A T. Hamza to test we 80 Matt must diarrhea map of our FIA again. The 1st 1 is Edna, which means that and it comes always before a nominal sentence. Jumla Ismailya the next one. And also it means is that But it comes before verbal sentence. Jumla fairly. Yeah, the next one is K, which means to or in order to next one is Lau Ra you shorty Yah which means if for no unconditional next one hums at test, Sweetie, the hands are off equalization. That next one we have is Matt Almost Doria. Which means what in four infinitive the last one we have is mad off, or FIA which means what adverb you Let's start with the first formula. The first formula here works according to the following equation on DNA Plus Jr is mia equals must Dharma. What which means and not plus a nominal sentence equals and interpreted Verbal Now have a look at the following two sentences as I Jenny, a new home. Rossi bona as a journey and no Home Rosie Bouna. I was disturbed that they were failing. And the second sentence we have here as our Gianni Russo boom as a Jenny Russo boom which means they are failure, bothered me. What is the difference between the two sentences? As you can see in the first sentence, it starts with the verb as Asia me and the 2nd 1 also starts with the verb as a journey which means bothered me In the first sentence, you will find that we have unearthed followed by the pronoun home, then the ward Rossi Bouna. So as you can see, the following sentence which comes after Anna is as Ramla Ismea nominal sentence which starts with the pronoun home So home Rossi Bouna is preceded by an That's why it becomes here Onda home. Rossi, Bouna. But in the second sentence, we don't have under we have the verbal. Now on Rue Souk go home, which is the pure verbal now on muster Assyria. So the first sentence has the interpreted verbal down on mustard Alma. Well, because it has UNA followed by Junior is me. However, in the second sentence, it doesn't have under And it is the Master Asari or the pure verbal now. So let's write it down. So we have the particle on DNA. Remember that there is a so coon on the noon and now plus home. Rossi Muna, this is album. Release me, which comes after and it's about the Harakat here. So and now so and now. And this home Rossi Bouna, they are failing. When we connect Ana with home, it becomes under home which is written like this on the home. And that's actually what makes muster a well and no, um Rossi. Bouna, remember that the verbal known loose OUB comes from the verb er Subbu, your sobo is to face a new home. Rossi Bouna. So when we come to that second sentence we have here, you will find that there is There is no una in the sentence which makes this as verbal or pure verbal. Now, muster. Sorry. That's why we have said here. So go home. So its roof ube, which means failure bless home the attach it pronoun which comes at the end. So In this case, it is just written like this Russo boom like this way. So on Master Alma well is a new home. Rossi, Bouna and All Master Asari is Or if you boom, the next formula, we have year works according to the following equation. On a plus fell more Dora equals Must arm. Oh well, which means and plus the verb in the present tense equals that interpreted verb a noun or I'll muster on my will. Let's example, were an sumo higher locum were an sumo high. You're lucky, and fasting is good for you. And in the second sentence, we have PharmaKom ha, you're loco moco. So, as you can see and which comes here before the verb in the present tense sumo makes it a verbal Toby in the subjunctive mood fella moratorium on food. That's why we can use the verb allowing from aunt assume, which is so Makumbe in the second symptoms, which means you're fast is better for you. So McQuinn, how you're lucky. So the verb here is conjugated with Antam. So we're on. So let's right and here. And remember that the newly it has a raccoon and on dumped a few Muna, actually, Right, So little like this. And don't assume you know you fast, but because off and which comes here before the verb in the present tense you have to drop this noon and just add an l f at the end off the verb because the verbal here must be in the subjunctive mood must be months group because it is preceded by the particle. And so in this case, it would be written like this and no food like this week until sumo is an interpreted verbal known must dharma all well and it is or it can be converted into muster Syria by writing and must Doris Aria from the Web. Salama Salman. So Solomon is I'll muster. Ah, sorry. But once we add from, they're touching pronoun here it becomes sophomore come, which means you're fast and should be written like this way. So Makumbe so some local hiring Lacombe which means you're fast, is better for you. The next formula we have here is to use the particle k before the verb in the present and so K or leak I because they are equal plus al final Madura, The present tense equal muster. Alma. Well, the interpreted verbal now. So let's example just ahead. Leica Hahaha! Remember that guy is one of the particles that makes the verb in the present tense to be in their subjunctive Mood month soup. And he is just ahead. Leica 10 Jihad. That's why we have the heart here with a fat, huh? Is dr to succeed? And now when we convert it into a pew were verbal down we say Isha hit Lina Jarrahi Ca Strive for your success, Naja, Here is the verbal non from the verb Yangzhou. So young, Jehovah. So like I Tanja, Is that almost a room? Ah, well, So like a Tunja Honda, you Tanja! This one equals two Naja. Naja is the pure verbal known measure solely Kate and Johanna. That's why in the second sentence year we've said is just ahead. Lena! Djakovica! Remember that the lamb which comes here in the beginning means in order to or four. So is the head. Lena Jah Shaka! Why We have added the care here because we are talking in the first sentence. We're talking to the second person Singular male Santa is tied anti Aleka Tanja So it stayed Lena, Jack, Erica. So, as you can see, the interpreted verbal now has been converted into pure verbal. Now, using this formula next formula, we have here works according to the following question. Lo plus the verb equals muster more with Lau plus all fell equals Must our, um, our or the interpreted verbal. Now let's example where that to loan Assata Were that too low? Ngata, which literally means are you wished you had succeeded. I wished you had succeeded. So as you can see, we have low Here comes before the verb unnatural her in the past tense. And here we have the care because we are talking to the second person Singular male ente So what it to Anna? I wished Loubna's otta if you succeeded or if you had succeeded as you can see from here it means that he failed because love nausea allow means he didn't he was not succeeded actually So when we convert this in tow Master sorry or pure verbal Now we could say what that to Najah haka that to nasha Hakka which means all you wish you success. So as you can see, we have the part low plus the verb Naja her in the past. Things Sequins. Noja. Success as a known. So as you can see, if we would've out here, have a cat we have love. Naja. This is the verb in the past tense. But the 2nd 1 we have here is Naja Hone, which means success as a noun. So this is a noun which actually is the verbal now the pure verbal, non, almost narrow Astoria. So using the park allow before the verb in the past tense can be converted into pure verbal out. Or I'll muster Osoria Naja phone. The next formula we have here is working according to the following equation hams that would test we 80 plus the fell or FL equals almost the room. Ah, well, hams it with this reality. Plus LF l equals all monster Elmo, remember, we have taken homes that that the sweetie earlier, which means the Hamza off equalization have a look at the full among example. So we're on. Ah ha Barta, This is the Hamza off at this week or equalization. So? Well, how about that? A dub set, um, rip tha felon our bow Anka felon or go Anka literally. It means whether you attend the class or not. I will not be pleased with you. Have you noticed that we are using the word this hour? Which means equal or same. So whether you attend the class or not, I will not be pleased with you. So where Ah hah dart Dorsa Um Ripka Felon are bo and care. So now we have the verb Hado Hado Aura is to attend and the verbal now from Harare is hold your own. Have a look at the second sentence. So, uh on Luca So where do Luca, um the, uh BUCA felon? Our bar hunka. So your attendance or absence are saying to me all I will not be pleased with you. So as you can see from here the verb How did it all is preceded by hams that with this were the hamza off equalization can be converted into all muster. So door as you can see from here. So so do Luca. I'm the Yeah BUCA. That's why I always with Hamza to test area. We need to have the world's our own as you have learned in the previous listen So So what? On a hot or Dorsa, I'm ripped a felon Ardo Anka So our own food Aruca, Amri, Abacha, Fallon, Ardo, Anka The next formula we have here is mad, Almost diarrhea, infinitive math plus all fell equals a master Elmo. How will the interpreted verbal now have a look at the following example Ah Farahani Mass Amir to unca Farahani Massa Minnetonka rejoiced me What I heared about you. As you can see from here we have mare which comes before the verb Samir to that which comes here with the verb Samir to because off Anna Farahani Anna Mass I'm in it to mass a mere two which means what I've heared or what I hear Anka which means about you. So if we get the verbal non from Samir to which is some my own That's why in the second sentence we say Ah Farahani Sammer e nunca which means rejoiced me hearing about you. So if we write it here Math Samir to equals Sammer e as you can see from here mass Amir toe this step because of Anna seminary my hearing literally means my hearing. So the world is Samia said me, I and the verbal now is some my own hearing or listening and that's how to convert a muster A sorry to on muster Alma Well and vice versa. That next formula we have is match which is over FIA at verbal plus all fell equals must dark more well and interpreted Verbal Now have a look at the following example London Art Velika Marriage Toe Land Act rule aka marriage to which means ah, you will not disappoint you as long as I'm alive or I am living so as you can see from here land act zilliqa remember that land is one of the particles that makes it a verb. Toby in the subjunctive mood months soup. That's why we have actually care the care here if is to enter. And this is our mare And then the verb is rich to s two comes from the verbiage issue. Yeah, issue is to live. Yeah, issue is to live. That's why here, when we change it into almost a Syria, it comes in the second sentence we have here land zilliqa mood data, the tea, the fatty. Which means all you will not disappoint you for the duration off my life. Isha So Now we have the verbiage issue. Yeah, Issue which is written like this to live the verb A noun is Asia Asia. So when we use it as mine in this case, we're going to say Isha t the Shatti, Which is that in like this way? Isha t my life. And of course, it is preceded by the word moda which means duration. So when you say mood data, Isha T means the duration off my life. Mood data the Shatti the duration off my life. Thanks for watching and need to move to the next Listen. 12. Course Conclusion: a Salaam alaikum. Hatem Ibrahim is here. Welcome toe. Really? Arabic courses learn Arabic language using the Q and A metal poor, too. Course conclusion. You have completed the course. Congratulations. You have completed. Learn Arabic language using that Q. And a myth it far, too. I hope you have enjoyed the course and get ready for Part three is coming soon and the year I have a piece of advice for you. You should know that in general, learning any language needs the following two important factors. The 1st 1 here is consistency, and the second part is patience and practice. If we start with the 1st 2 and consistency, avoid the habit off. Not studying. Learning Arabic has Toby Constant. It shouldn't have too many ups and downs where you study one day and you don't for two days . All you study one day a week, but it must be an everyday commitment, or at least keep it five days a week. Learning Arabic should become your daily habit apart off your routine apart off your day that you don't want to mess. Taking pics or days off is okay. Still, because maybe you are busy because you go on holiday or vacation because you just need time off. But these off days should be the exception, not the norm. And they should not become the habit off. Not studying the second advice here. Patients, patients and patients. Don't rush it. You shouldn't force yourself to learn Arabic in a week or in a month, and instead you should have patients. If you learn Arabic in three months and then you don't maintain it, you don't bought it into practice or you don't review it for the next three months. After a total off six months, let's say you will remember nothing at all off what you had learned to get results in learning Arabic. You must have patience patients over time, but also patients with yourself. Don't worry if after one or two months is, you don't understand everything or you make mistakes when you speak, for example, it is all part off the process. Don't rush it and instead have patients. What is important is to make a little progress every day to get results in the long term. If you get a little better every day after one year, you will be a lot better So my advice is to both consistency and patients together. And to make an effort that short but consistent over time, in months or even years. If you have any questions, please let me know. I wish you good luck and learning Arabic language. Thank you. And I will see you in the next course.