Test#01 (Semester 01) - Learning the Arabic Grammar of the Quran

1. According to the terminology of Sarf (Morphology), the Arabic word “Lafz” means:


2. “Mufrad” is a:


3. “Mufrad” is also known as:


4. “A Kalimah which is neither dependent upon another Kalimah to denote its meaning nor it indicates time (past, present, future).”

The above definition is of:


5. “A Kalimah which is dependent upon another Kalimah to denote its meaning but it does not indicate time.”

The above definition is of:


6. The letters which are found in all the tables of a verb and exist in the place of ?, ?and ? while measuring, are known as:


7. Which of the following set of letters is known as Huruuf ‘Illat:


8. Which of the following must be checked to find out the number of root letters or additional letters of a verb … or … its being Mujarrad (Inaugmented/ simple verb) or Mazeed Feeh (augmented verb):


9. An ‘Ism (noun) or F’ael (verb), which consists of three root letters only and no additional letters, is known as:


10. An ‘Ism (noun) or F’ael (verb), which consists of an additional letter besides its four root letters, is known as:


11. Saheeh (Consonant) is that Kalimah:


12. Mahmooz is that Kalimah whose Huruuf Asliyyah (Root Letters) consist of a:


13. Mudaa`f (Double Lettered) is that Kalimah whose Huruuf Asliyyah (Root Letters) comprise of:


14. Lafeef is that Kalimah whose Huruuf Asliyyah (Root Letters) consist of:


15. A Kalimah whose Laam-Letter contains a Harf ‘Illat (Vowel), is known as:


16. A Kalimah whose Faa-Letter contains a Harf ‘Illat (Vowel), is known as:


17. Ajwaf is that Kalimah whose:


18. Mu’rab (Inflected word) is that Kalimah:


19. Which of the following is the correct definition of “Ism Masdar (Infinitive)”?


20. “It is not derived from any other word, but other words are derived from it.”

Which of the following nouns have the above-mentioned characteristic?


21. A noun which denotes a Zaat (being) only, is known as:


22. Fae’l Mut’addi (Transitive Verb) is that verb:


23. A verb whose action is attributed towards the subject, is known as:


24. Mudhaar’i (Imperfect) is that verb:


25. A verb in which an action is denied is known as:


26. How many Abwaab of Thulaathi Mujarrad (Trilateral Verbs) are often used:


27. What is the subject of the verb “Fa`ala ??????”?


28. Which Seegha ????????(`alimtu) is? Choose the right answer:


29. ?????????? (Nasartum) belongs to which of the following tables:


30. ????????? (Zalamuu) belongs to which category of the following:


31. Which Seegha???????? (Kafarta) is:


32. ?????? (Qutila) belongs to which of the following tables:


33. ???????????(Katabtunna) belongs to which category of the following:


34. Which Seegha ??????(Sami`a) is:


35. ?? (Naa) is the sign of:


36. ?? is the sign of:


37. ?? is the sign of:


38. Which Seegha ??????????? (Fatahtumaa) is:


39. )?????????Darabataa( belongs to which category of the following:


40. ???????? )Hamidti( belongs to which of the following tables:













































































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This is the first test of semester one of "Learning the Arabic Grammar of the Quran" course covering initial 10 chapters of Sarf and all the tables of Maadhi.

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