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Here we find the definition of speech: Any composed utterance that is beneficial in the Arabic language. Translation: And it is divided into three types: noun, verb and particle that conveys meaning. All Arabic speech is classified into 3 parts — Nouns, verbs and particles. In the next paragraphs, the author explains how to recognise nouns, verbs and particles. How do you tell if a word is a noun, verb or particle?
Pretty straightforward right? But what if the sentence is slightly more complex? When the sentences get slightly more complex, it is often difficult for the beginner to classify them into one of the three groups we discussed. And this is where these simple rules can help you. Let us go back to the text now. Khadh just means Jarr in the Kufi school of grammar. So if it is in the state of Jarr, it is a noun.
Alif-Lam: If it can accept the alif-lam definite article , it is a noun. Let us try rule two now. As you can see, the word clearly accepts a Tanween. Therefore it is a noun. And finally, rule three.
Can it accept the alif-lam? Therefore, according to rule three, it is a noun as well. Now, let us move on to the verb. So it is clearly not a verb. You will notice that it does not conform to any of the rules. Next Lesson:.
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