Welcome to Dr. Elzeiny Arabic Class


Mandatory Preparation’s Instructions

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Lesson [1]:

Types of Words and Sentences. Marbota and Maftoha Ta’a.

You should setup your on-screen Arabic keyboard using these instructions. After doing this, you can open the word file for the homework and type the answers.

HW:

Part I: If you have not done this already Mandatory Preparation’s Instructions

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Lesson [2]

Types of Hamza and Lam.

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Lesson [3]

Grammar of Nouns 1 – Classification Based on Gender and Count

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Lesson [4]

Grammar of Nouns 2 – Converting Nouns Based on Gender and Count

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Lesson [5]

Grammar of Nouns 3 – Converting Nouns Based on Gender and Count

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Lesson [6] October 6, 2019

Grammar of Nouns 4 – The Surf

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Lesson [6A] October 13, 2019

Grammar of Nouns 5 – The Surf

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Lesson [7] October 20, 2019

Grammar of Nouns 6 – The Forms of Irab, Marfo^, Mansob and Majror

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Lesson [8] October 27, 2019

Grammar of Nouns 7 – Adding Two Nouns 1 (مضاف ومضاف إليه)

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Procedure to follow when composing Modaf and Modaf  Ilyh:

1.    For the Modaf (first noun)

a.     The Modaf can’t have a Tanwin but can have a Kasra (Rule 295-3).

b.    Using Rule 290, determine how to make the Modaf  Marfo, Mansob and Majroor.

2.    For the Modaf Ilyh (second noun)

a.     Determine if the Surf is allowed or forbidden (Rule 280, 285). The Modaf  Ilyh can have Tanwin or Kasra if Surf is allowed (Rule 295-4).

b.    The Modaf Ilyh is always Majroor. So, using Rule 290, determine how to make it Majroor.

3.    If the Modaf is duel or regular male plural, then remove the Noon.

Form

حِزَام وَلَد

A boy’s belt

حِزَام الْوَلَد

The boy’s belt

مَرْفُوعْ

ِزَامُ وَلَدٍ

حِزَامُ الْوَلَدِ

مَنْصُوبْ

حِزَامَ وَلَدٍ

حِزَامَ الْوَلَدِ

مَجْرُورْ

حِزَامِ وَلَدٍ

حِزَامِ الْوَلَدِ

 

·       Second example is (مَنْزِل لَاعِبِ؟نَ). The second noun (Modaf Ilyh) is regular 3+M, therefore according to  Rule 290, row 6, column 6, its Majroor form is Ya’a. Therefore,  (لَاعِبِينَ) is correct and (لَاعِبِونَ) is not correct.  See the table below.

 

مَنْزِل لْاعِب؟نَ

The Players’3+M Home1M

 

Form

مَنْزِلُ لَاعِبِينَ

مَرْفُوعْ

مَنْزِلَ لَاعِبِينَ

مَنْصُوبْ

مَنْزِلِ لَاعِبِينَ

مَجْرُورْ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Lesson [9] November 3, 2019

Grammar of Nouns 8 – Adding Two Nouns 2 (مضاف ومضاف إليه)

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Lesson [10] November 3, 2019

Grammar of Nouns 9 – Adding Two Nouns 3 (مضاف ومضاف إليه)

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Procedure to follow when composing Modaf and Modaf  Ilyh:

1.    For the Modaf (first noun)

a.     The Modaf can’t have a Tanwin but can have a Kasra (Rule 295-3).

b.    Using Rule 290, determine how to make the Modaf  Marfo, Mansob and Majroor.

2.    For the Modaf Ilyh (second noun)

a.     Determine if the Surf is allowed or forbidden (Rule 280, 285). The Modaf  Ilyh can have Tanwin or Kasra if Surf is allowed (Rule 295-4).

b.    The Modaf Ilyh is always Majroor. So, using Rule 290, determine how to make it Majroor.

3.    If the Modaf is duel or regular male plural, then remove the Noon.


 

Lesson [11]

Grammar of Nouns 10 – Adding Two Nouns 4 (مضاف ومضاف إليه)

Homework:

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Procedure to follow when composing Modaf and Modaf  Ilyh:

1.    For the Modaf (first noun)

a.     The Modaf can’t have a Tanwin but can have a Kasra (Rule 295-3).

b.    Using Rule 290, determine how to make the Modaf  Marfo, Mansob and Majroor.

2.    For the Modaf Ilyh (second noun)

a.     Determine if the Surf is allowed or forbidden (Rule 280, 285). The Modaf  Ilyh can have Tanwin or Kasra if Surf is allowed (Rule 295-4).

b.    The Modaf Ilyh is always Majroor. So, using Rule 290, determine how to make it Majroor.

3.    If the Modaf is duel or regular male plural, then remove the Noon.

Form

The boy’s belts2M

boys’3+M belt

مَرْفُوعْ

حِزَامَا الْوَلَدِ

حِزَامُ الْأوَلَادُ

مَنْصُوبْ

حِزَامَا الْوَلَدِ

حِزَامَ الْأوَلَادَ

مَجْرُورْ

حِزَامَيِّ الْوَلَدِ

حِزَامِ الْأوَلَادِ

 

Players’2F Home1M

The team1M players3+M

Form

مَنْزِلُ لَاعِبَتَيْنِ

لَاعِبُو الْفَرِيقِ

مَرْفُوعْ

مَنْزِلَ لَاعِبَتَيْنِ

لَاعِبُو الْفَرِيقِ

مَنْصُوبْ

مَنْزِلِ لَاعِبَتَيْنِ

لَاعِبِي الْفَرِيقِ

مَجْرُورْ

 

 

 

Players’2F Home1M

The Players’3+M Homes2+M

Form

مَنْزِلُ لَاعِبَتَيْنِ

بَيْتَا الَّاعِبِينَ

مَرْفُوعْ

مَنْزِلَ لَاعِبَتَيْنِ

بَيْتَا الَّاعِبِينَ

مَنْصُوب

مَنْزِلِ لَاعِبَتَيْنِ

بَيْتَيَّ الَّاعِبِينَ

مَجْرُورْ

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lesson [12]

Prepositions (Jur Letters) حروف الجر

Homework:

Procedure to follow:

For the noun that comes after the preposition, do the following

1.    Using rule 150, determine the count and gender.

2.    Using rules 280 and 285, Examine if the Surf is allowed or not.

3.    Using rule 290, column 6, determine the proper Majror form.

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The reason the prepositions are called Jur letters is that the noun that comes after the preposition is always Majror.

 

 


Lesson [13]

Adjective and Qualifying Noun (صِفَةٌ ومَوْصُوفٌ)

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Position and Irab.

1.    Unlike the English language, the adjective comes after the noun.

2.    The adjective much match the noun in Irab, Tashkil, count, gender and the Alif-Lam. They rhyme in pronunciation.

 

The following examples are for the case where the plurals are regular

Clever Player(s).

 

Irab

Count and Gender

With Alif-Lam

Without Alif-Lam

مَرْفُوعٌ

1F

الْلَاَعِبَةُ الْمَاهِرَةُ

لَاَعِبَةٌ مَاهِرَةٌ

1M

الْلَاَعِبُ الْمَاهِرُ

لَاَعِبٌ مَاهِرٌ

2F

الْلَاَعِبَتَانِ الْمَاهِرَتَانِ

لَاَعِبَتَانِ مَاهِرَتَانِ

2M

الْلَاَعِبَانِ الْمَاهِرَانِ

لَاَعِبَانِ مَاهِرَانِ

3+F

الْلَاَعِبَاتُ الْمَاهِرَاتُ

لَاَعِبَاتٌ مَاهِرَاتٌ

3+M

الْلَاَعِبُوُنَ الْمَاهِرِوُنَ

لَاَعِبُوُنَ مَاهِرِوُنَ


Lesson [14]

Adjective and Qualifying Noun (صِفَةٌ ومَوْصُوفٌ)

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Lesson [15]

Adjective and Qualifying Noun (صِفَةٌ ومَوْصُوفٌ)

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Procedure:

1.     Adjective comes after the noun

2.    Use rules 220, 230, 240 or rule 250 to convert the nouns and the adjectives from one form to another based on count and gender.

3.    Use rule 280, 285 to check if Surf is forbidden.

4.    Use rule 290 to use the appropriate marks.

Cnt/Ged

Irab

With Alif-Lam

Without Alif-Lam

1M

مَرْفُوعٌ

الْلَاَعِبُ الْمَاهِرُ

لَاَعِبٌ مَاهِرٌ

مَنْصُوبٌ

الْلَاَعِبَ الْمَاهِرَ

لَاَعِبَاً مَاهِرَاً

مَجْرُورٌ

الْلَاَعِبِ الْمَاهِرِ

لَاَعِبٍ مَاهِرٍ

1F

مَرْفُوعٌ

الْلَاَعِبَةُ الْمَاهِرَةُ

لَاَعِبَةٌ مَاهِرَةٌ

مَنْصُوبٌ

الْلَاَعِبَةَ الْمَاهِرَةَ

لَاَعِبَةً مَاهِرَةً

مَجْرُورٌ

الْلَاَعِبَةِ الْمَاهِرَةِ

لَاَعِبَةٍ مَاهِرَةٍ

2M

مَرْفُوعٌ

الْلَاَعِبَانِ الْمَاهِرَانِ

لَاَعِبَانِ مَاهِرَانِ

مَنْصُوبٌ

الْلَاَعِبَيْنِ الْمَاهِرَيْنِ

لَاَعِبَيْنِ مَاهِرَيْنِ

مَجْرُورٌ

الْلَاَعِبَيْنِ الْمَاهِرَيْنِ

لَاَعِبَيْنِ مَاهِرَيْنِ

2F

مَرْفُوعٌ

الْلَاَعِبَتَانِ الْمَاهِرَتَانِ

لَاَعِبَتَانِ مَاهِرَتَانِ

مَنْصُوبٌ

الْلَاَعِبَتَيْنِ الْمَاهِرَتَيْنِ

لَاَعِبَتَيْنِ مَاهِرَتَيْنِ

مَجْرُورٌ

الْلَاَعِبَتَيْنِ الْمَاهِرَتَيْنِ

لَاَعِبَتَيْنِ مَاهِرَتَيْنِ

3+M

مَرْفُوعٌ

الْلَاَعِبُوُنَ الْمَاهِرِوُنَ

لَاَعِبُوُنَ مَاهِرِوُنَ

مَنْصُوبٌ

الْلَاَعِبِيْنَ الْمَاهِرِيْنَ

لَاَعِبِيْنَ مَاهِرِيْنَ

مَجْرُورٌ

الْلَاَعِبِيْنَ الْمَاهِرِيْنَ

لَاَعِبِيْنَ مَاهِرِيْنَ

3+F

مَرْفُوعٌ

الْلَاَعِبَاتُ الْمَاهِرَاتُ

لَاَعِبَاتٌ مَاهِرَاتٌ

مَنْصُوبٌ

الْلَاَعِبَاتِ الْمَاهِرَاتِ

لَاَعِبَاتٍ مَاهِرَاتٍ

مَجْرُورٌ

الْلَاَعِبَاتِ الْمَاهِرَاتِ

لَاَعِبَاتٍ مَاهِرَاتٍ

 


Lesson [16]

Noun Sentences (Subject + Predicate)

 

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use the notes given to you in the class.

 

Applicable rules

1.    The default case of the subject and the predicate is Marfo^.

2.    The verb to be is not needed in Arabic. We don’t use is, are, was, were …etc in Arabic.

3.    The predicate comes after the subject

4.    Use rules 220, 230, 240 or rule 250 to convert the nouns and the adjectives from one form to another based on count and gender.

5.    Use rule 280, 285 to check if Surf is forbidden. Tanwin of a noun is forbidden if the noun has Alif-Lam or if the Surf is forbidden.

6.    Use rule 290 to use the appropriate marks. We would use the Marfo^ form for both the subject and the predicate.

The examples below show the difference between Noun + Adj versus Mohtada’a +Khabar

The clever boy

الْوَلَدُ الشَّاطِرُ

Definite noun and adjective

A clever boy

وَلَدٌ شَاطِرٌ

Indefinite noun and adjective

The boy is clever

الْوَلَدُ شَاطِرٌ

Mobtada’a and Khabar

 

 

The clever player1F

اللَّاَعِبَةُ الشَّاطِرَةُ

Definite noun and adjective

A clever player1F

لَاَعِبَةٌ شَاطِرَةٌ

Indefinite noun and adjective

The player is clever1F

اللَّاَعِبَةُ شَاطِرَةٌ

Mobtada’a and Khabar

 

 

The clever boys2M

الْوَلَدَانِ الشَّاطِرَانِ

Definite noun and adjective

Clever boys2M

وَلَدَانِ شَاطِرَانِ

Indefinite noun and adjective

The boys2M are clever

الْوَلَدَانِ شَاطِرَانِ

Mobtada’a and Khabar

 

 

The Clever players2F

اللَّاَعِبَتَانِ الشَّاطِرَتَانِ

Definite noun and adjective

Clever players2F

لَاَعِبَتَانِ شَاطِرَتَانِ

Indefinite noun and adjective

The players2F are clever

اللَّاَعِبَتَان شَّاطِرَتَان

Mobtada’a and Khabar

 

 

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Lesson [17]

Noun Sentences (Subject + Predicate)

 

Homework:

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Applicable rules

1.    The default case of the subject and the predicate is Marfo^.

2.    The verb to be is not needed in Arabic. We don’t use is, are, was, were …etc in Arabic.

3.    The predicate comes after the subject

4.    Use rules 220, 230, 240 or rule 250 to convert the nouns and the adjectives from one form to another based on count and gender.

5.    Use rule 280, 285 to check if Surf is forbidden. Tanwin of a noun is forbidden if the noun has Alif-Lam or if the Surf is forbidden.

6.    Use rule 290 to use the appropriate marks. We would use the Marfo^ form for both the subject and the predicate.

The clever boys2M

الْوَلَدَانِ الشَّاطِرَانِ

 

Clever boys2M

وَلَدَانِ شَاطِرَانِ

 

The boys2M are clever

الْوَلَدَانِ شَاطِرَانِ

 

The Clever players2F

اللَّاَعِبَتَانِ الشَّاطِرَتَانِ

 

Clever players2F

 

لَاَعِبَتَانِ شَاطِرَتَانِ

 

The players2F are clever

اللَّاَعِبَتَان شَّاطِرَتَان

 

 

 


Lesson [18]

Noun Sentences (Subject + Predicate)

Homework:

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Use the following procedures to solve the homework.

 

Steps for 3+M noun + adjective. Example, Fast Players3+M: Indefinite noun.

 

1.    Check to see the form for Marfo^ regular male plural. (Rule 290, R5, C4)

واو

2.    Convert the 1M noun into 3+M noun using rule 240-1. Add Waw-Noon.

لَاَعِبٌ > لَاَعِبُونَ

3.    Rule 410-2 says that the adjective must match the noun in count and gender. Using rule 240-1. Add Waw-Noon to the adjective so that it matches the noun.

 سَرِيعٌ > سَرِيعُونَ 

4.    Rule 280-3 Checking the Surf

Surf is not needed for regular male plural.

5.    Rule 240-3 Checking if it can have Tanwin.

Regular male plurals can’t have Tanwin because and it ends with built in Fatha.

6.    Check if you need Alif-Lam using rule 260-1.

No need for Alif-Lam because it is indefinite noun.

7.    Use rule 410-1 to put the words together. The adjective comes after the noun.

لَاَعِبُونَ سَرِيعُونَ 

 

Steps for 3+F noun + adjective. Example, Fast Players3+F.

 

1.    Check to see the form for Marfo^ regular female plural. (Rule 290, R6, C4)

ضَمَةٌ

2.    Convert the 1M noun into 3+F noun using rule 240-2. Add Alif-Ta’a at the end.

لَاَعِبٌ > لَاَعِبَاتٌ

3.    Rule 410-2 says that the adjective must match the noun using in count and gender. Convert the adjective to match the noun using rule 240-2. Add Alif-Ta’a at the end.

 سَرِيعٌ > سَرِيعَاتٌ

4.    Rule 280-3 Checking the Surf

Surf is not needed for regular female plural.

5.    Rule 240-4 Checking the Tanwin.

Add Tanwin because it doesn’t have Alif-Lam.

6.    Check if you need Alif-Lam using rule 260-1.

No need for Alif-Lam because it is indefinite noun.

7.    Use rule 410-1 to put the words together. The adjective comes after the noun.

لَاَعِبَاتٌ سَرِيعَاتٌ

 

Steps for 3+M noun sentences. Example, The Players3+M are Fast.

 

1.    Check to see the form for Marfo^ regular male plural. (Rule 290, R5, C4)

واو

2.    Convert the 1M Mobtada’a into 3+M noun using rule 240-1. Add Waw-Noon.

اللَّاَعِبُ > اللَّاَعِبُونَ

3.    Convert the Khabar to match the noun using rule 240-1. Add Waw-Noon.

 سَرِيعٌ > سَرِيعُونَ 

4.    Check to see if you need Alif-Lam using rule 520-1 and 520-2.

Mobtada’a must have Alif-Lam.  Khabar cannot have Alif-Lam

5.    Rule 280-3 Checking the Surf

Surf is not needed for regular male plural.

6.    Check if you need Tanwin Rule 280-3

no need to check the surf for regular male plural. They end with built-in Fatha.

7.    Use rule 510 to put the words together. Mobtada’a comes first and Khabar follows.

الَاَعِبُونَ سَرِيعُونَ 

 

Steps for 3+F noun + adjective. Example, The Players3+F are Fast.

 

1.    Check to see the form for Marfo^ regular female plural. (Rule 290, R6, C4)

ضَمَةٌ

2.    Convert the 1M noun into 3+F noun using rule 240-2. Add Alif-Ta’a at the end.

لَاَعِبٌ > لَاَعِبَاتٌ

3.    Convert the adjective to match the noun using rule 240-2. Add Alif-Ta’a at the end.

 سَرِيعٌ > سَرِيعَاتٌ

8.    Check to see if you need Alif-Lam using rule 510.

Mobtada’a must have Alif-Lam.  Khabar connot have Alif-Lam.

4.    Check Surf

No need to check Surf for regular female plural.

5.    Check Tanwin

Mobtada’a can never have Tanween because it must have Alif-Lam all the time. Khabar can have Alif-Lam and has Tanween because it is regular female plural.

6.    Use rule 510 to put the words together. Mobtada’a is followed by Khabar.

لَاَعِبَاتٌ سَرِيعَاتٌ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lesson [19]

Pronouns and Possessions

 

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The procedure

They2F are fast. The root for fast is (سَرِيعٌ). The root is always 1M 3rd person.

Step 1: Use rule 230 to convert the noun into the appropriate form. For example, rule 230 will tell you how to convert the root (سَرِيعٌ) into a duel female noun third person (سَرِيعَتَانِ). You add female Ta’a followed by Alif-Noon.

Step 2: Use Rule 610 to select the appropriate pronoun. For example, for a duel female third person, the pronoun (هُمَا) is found in row 13, column 3, i.e. Rule 610- (R12,C3).

Step 3: Check Surf, rule 280, 285. No need to check Surf for 2M, 2F, 3+M or words that start with Alif-Lam. If the word starts with Alif-Lam, then no Tanween is allowed. Check rule 530 for the restrictions on noun sentences regarding Alif-Lam and Tanween. The word سَرِيعَتَانِ is duel so no need to check Surf. But the word سَرِيع we need to check it against rule 280, we find that Surf is allowed for the word سَرِيعٌ.

Step 4: Check the Irab of the noun. According to rule 530, the Khabar is Marfoo^. In the example above, the word “سَرِيعٌ fast” is Khabar, and Khabar is Marfoo^.

Step 5: Go to table 285 to find out in (4,4) that the marfoo^ for duel nouns has Alif -Noon not Ya’a-noon, i.e. سَرِيعَتَانِ not سَرِيعَتَينِ.

. Step 6: Assemble the words together to get a noun sentence. (هُمَا سَرِيعَتَانِ)

Rule (610): Pronouns and possessions based on count, gender and category.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

Type

Count and Gender

The detached pronouns

The attached pronouns

Owned by X

Belongs to X

Demonstrative Pronouns (Near)

Demonstrative Pronouns (Far)

2

الْعَدَدْ وَالنُوُعْ

الضمائر المنفصلة

الضمائر المتصلة

Possessions

أسماء الإشارة (قريب)

أسماء الإشارة (بعيد)

3

1st Person

Singular

مُفْرَدْ

I

أَنَا

My

 

Mine

لِي

My Property

مِلْكِيِ

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4

الْمُتَكَلِمْ

Many

أَكْثَرُ مِنْ وَاحِدِ

We

نَحْنُ

Our

نْا+

Ours

لَنْا

Our Property

مِلْكُنَا

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-

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5

2nd Person

1M

مُفْرَدْ مُذَكَّر

You

أَنْتَ

Your

+كَ

Yours

لَكَ

Your Prop.

مِلْكُكَ

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