Semester 1 - UQA 101 - Grammar 6 (Review)

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PowerPoint Presentation : Khu t batul- H aajah The Address of need - خطبة الحاجة Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 1 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! إِنَّ الْحَمْد َ لِلَّهِ نَحْمَدُهُ وَنَسْتَعِينُهُ وَنَسْتَغْفِرُهُ وَنَعُوذُ بِاللَّهِ مِنْ شُرُورِ أَنْفُسِنَا وَمِنْ سَيِّئَاتِ أَعْمَالِنَا مَنْ يَهْدِهِ اللَّهُ فَلَا مُضِلَّ لَهُ وَمَنْ يُضْلِلْ فَلَا هَادِيَ لَهُ وَأَشْهَدُ أَنْ لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا اللَّهُ وَحْدَهُ لَا شَرِيكَ لَهُ وَأَشْهَدُ أَنَّ مُحَمَّدًا عَبْدُهُ وَرَسُولُهُ يَاأَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ ءَامَنُوا اتَّقُوا اللَّهَ حَقَّ تُقَاتِهِ وَلا تَمُوتُنَّ إِلا وَأَنْتُمْ مُسْلِمُونَ يَاأَيُّهَا النَّاسُ اتَّقُوا رَبَّكُمُ الَّذِي خَلَقَكُمْ مِنْ نَفْسٍ وَاحِدَةٍ وَخَلَقَ مِنْهَا زَوْجَهَا وَبَثَّ مِنْهُمَا رِجَالا كَثِيرًا وَنِسَاءً وَاتَّقُوا اللَّهَ الَّذِي تَسَاءَلُونَ بِهِ وَالأَرْحَامَ إِنَّ اللَّهَ كَانَ عَلَيْكُمْ رَقِيبًا يَاأَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ ءَامَنُوا اتَّقُوا اللَّهَ وَقُولُوا قَوْلا سَدِيدًا يُصْلِحْ لَكُمْ أَعْمَالَكُمْ وَيَغْفِرْ لَكُمْ ذُنُوبَكُمْ وَمَنْ يُطِعِ اللَّهَ وَرَسُولَهُ فَقَدْ فَازَ فَوْزًا عَظِيمًا أَمَّا بَعْدُ : فَإِنَّ أَصْدَقَ الْحَدِيْثِ كِتَابُ اللهِ وَأَحْسَنَ الْهَدْيِ ه َ د ْ ي ُ مُحَمَّدٍ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ وَشَرَّ الْأُمُوْرِ مُحْدَثَاتُهَا وَكُلَّ مُحْدَثَةٍ بِدْعَة ٌ وَكُلَّ بِدْعَةٍ ضَلاَلَة ٌ وَ كُلَّ ضَلاَلَةٍ فِي الْنَارِ

PowerPoint Presentation : The Demonstrative Pronoun اِسْـمُ الإِشَارَة Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 2 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! In the Arabic language, the (masculine/singular) demonstrative pronouns are: هَـذَا   and ذَلِـكَ   (indicating nearness and distance respectively) هَذَا   indicates nearness and it means ‘ This (is) … ’ ذَلِـكَ   indicates distance and it means ‘ That (is) … ’ Note : هَذَا is pronounced  هَاذَا and ذَلِـكَ  is pronounced ذَالِـكَ , but they are both written without the first elongated alif . (The first alif is present in pronunciation but not in writing). ۱ - السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ ۲ - مَا اسْمُكَ؟ مَا اسْمُكِ؟ ۳ - كَيْفَ حالُكَ؟ كَيْفَ حالُكِ؟ ٤ - مِنْ أَيْنَ أَنْتَ؟ مِنْ أَيْنَ أَنْتِ؟ ٥ - مَا جِنْسِيَّتُكَ؟ مَا جِنْسِيَّتُكِ؟ ٦ - هَلْ أَنْتَ بَاكِستانِيٌّ؟ هَلْ أَنْتِ بَاكِستانِيَّةٌ؟ ٧ - مَعَ السَّلاَمةِ أَجِبْ

PowerPoint Presentation : Mid-Term Revision Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 3 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! هَذَا بَيْتٌ ذَلِكَ بَابٌ هَذَا مَسْجِدٌ There are 2 types of sentences in the Arabic language: The Nominal sentence i.e. a sentence that begins with a noun ( or that which takes the place of a noun like pronouns, and demonstrative pronouns, etc .) The Verbal sentence i.e. a sentence which starts with a verb . In this lesson we are going to be dealing with the nominal sentence إن شاء الله . By putting together the demonstrative pronoun with a noun, we get a complete sentence. Below are some examples: The Nominal Sentence الْجُـمْلَـةُ الاِسْـمِـيَّـةُ Note: Arabic has no word equal to the English word “is.”   (We will see this demonstrated in our examples). T he word هَذَا   and the noun مَسْجِدٌ   becomes هَذَا مَسْجِدٌ . If read literally, this sentence translates as “This a mosque.” However, the word “is” is implied in this sentence so that it reads; “This is a mosque.” This is a mosque. That is a door. This is a house.

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 4 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! The Definite Article   T he definite article الْ   corresponds to the word ‘ t he' in the English l anguage . (known as the definite article in grammar as it refers to a specific object). The definite article only enters upon nouns. NOTE: W hen a word is changed to its definite form , t he t anween on the ending is changed to a single h arakah . NOTE: A word can never take الْ   at the beginning and a tanween at the same time.  The following are some examples of this:    اَلْ The masjid الْ مَسْجِ د ُ  becomes مَسْجِ د ٌ A masjid The book الْ كِتَا ب ُ  becomes كِتَا ب ٌ A book The pen ال ْ قَلَ مُ  becomes قَل َ م ٌ A pen The house الْ بَيْ تُ  becomes بَيْ ت ٌ A house ال ْ قَلَمُ مَكْسُورٌ الْ بَابُ مَفْتُوحٌ الْ قَمَرُ جَمِيلٌ ال لَّبَنُ حَارٌّ الْ كُرْسِيٌّ مَكْسُورٌ اَلْ ـ حِمَارُ صَغِيرٌ وَ الْ ـ حِصَانُ كَبِيرٌ الْ وَلَدُ جَالِسٌ وَ الْ مُدَرَّسُ وَاقِفٌ الْ كِتَابُ جَدِيدٌ وَ الْ قَلَمُ قَدِيمٌ الْـ حَجَرُ ثَقِيلٌ وَ الْ وَرَقُ خَفِيفٌ الْ بَيْتُ قَرِيبٌ وَ الْ مَسْجِدُ بَعِيد الْ مَاءُ بَارِدٌ

PowerPoint Presentation : The masculine form is used most in the Qur’aan so this will be our focus as we begin. Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 5 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Singular Plural Singular Plural masculine example masculine example Singular Plural Introduction to Pronouns Pronouns fall into two categories: الْمُنفَصِل ( detached ) الْمُتَّصِل ( attached ) 1 st person 2 nd person 3 rd person نَا … ي ـــــهُ هُمْ كُمْ كَ رَبُّ كَ Your Lord رَبُّ نَا Our Lord رَبِّـ ى My Lord رَبُّ هُ His Lord رَبُّ كُمْ Your (3+) Lord رَبُّ هُمْ Their (3+) Lord أنا نَحْنُ أَنْتَ أَنْـتُمْ هُوَ هُمْ I am a Muslim أنا مُسْلِمٌ نَحْنُ مُسْلِمُوْنَ We are Muslims أَنْتَ مُسْلِمٌ You are a Muslim أَنْـتُمْ مُسْلِمُوْنَ You (3+) are Muslims هُوَ مُسْلِمٌ He is a Muslim هُمْ مُسْلِمُوْنَ They (3+) are Muslims 1 2 الضمائر

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 6 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! The Preposition These letters or words help in the formation of sentences by either: Connecting two nouns e.g.: الرَّجُل فِي مَسْجِدٍ (The man (is) in   a masjid.) or - Connecting a verb to a noun e.g.: ذَهَبَ إِلى الـمَسْجِدِ (He went to   the masjid.) ل مِنْ مَعَ بِ عَنْ فِي عَلى إِلى A preposition affects the noun when it comes before it. Prepositions do not come before verbs The noun following the preposition is changed from being nominative (in a state of raf `) to being genitive (in a state of jarr ) so the last letter is changed to kasrah or kasrataan When a preposition precedes an indefinite noun the noun remains indefinite 1 2 4 5 3 Notes about Prepositions The preposition ( حَرْفُ الْجَرِّ ) is a single letter or a word such as: The noun that follows the preposition is called Majroor ( مَجْرُورٌ  )   حَرفُ الْجَرِّ

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 7 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! To On In With/In About From For Me Us You (m) Sing. You Plural Him Them Her Application: Prepositions & Attached Pronouns NOTE: ـهُ and ـهُمْ take a kasrah rather than a d ammah when they come after a letter bearing a kasrah or a yaa’ saakinah. ل مِنْ بِ عَن ْ فِي عَلى إِلى ـي ـنَا ـه ـهُمْ ـكُمْ ـكَ ـهَا إِلَيَّ عَلَيَّ فِيَّ بِيَّ عَنِّيْ مِنِّيْ لِي إِلَيْنَا عَليْنَا فِيْنَا بِنَا عَنَّا مِنَّا لَنَا عَلَيْكَ فِيْكَ بِكَ عَنْكَ مِنْكَ لَكَ إِلَيْكَ لَكُمْ إِلَيْكُم عَلَيْكُم فِيْكُمْ بِكُمْ عَنْكُمْ مِنْكُمْ لَهُ إِلَيْه عَلَيْهِ فِيْهِ بِهِ عَنْهُ مِنْهُ لَهَا مِنْهَا إِلَيْهَا عَلَيْهَا فِيْهَا بِهَا عَنْهَا لَهُمْ إِلَيْهِمْ عَلَيْهمْ فِيْهِمْ بِهِمْ عَنْهُمْ مِنْهُم

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 8 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Interrogative Expressions Where… ? Is/are …? What…? Who…? Why…? How…? When…? أَيْن ...؟ أَ/هَلْ...؟ مَا/مَاذَا...؟ مَنْ...؟ لِمَاذَا...؟ كَيْفَ...؟ مَتَى...؟ أَيْن الولد؟ هَلْ هوطبيب؟ مَاذَا بك؟ مَنْ هذا؟ كَيْف أبوك؟ أَيْن محمد؟ أَ هَذا بيت؟ مَا ذَالك؟ مَنْ أنت؟ لِمَاذَا تذهب؟ كَيْفَ أنت؟ مَتَى تذهب؟ English Arabic Examples Words used to ask questions ... أَدَوَاتُ الإِسْتِفْهَام

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 9 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! The Three Cases of الأَسْمَاءُ There are factors which affect a noun ( اسم ) and cause it to change from one case to another . These factors force the اسم to be in a different case which is reflected by a change on the last letter of the word. ( This is unlike English where there is no change to the words that indicate their particular case in a sentence .) In English grammar these three cases are called the nominative case, the accusative case, and the genitive case . These cases (when referred to English grammatical usage) can be described briefly as: Nominative Case Accusative Case Genitive Case Noun as subject Noun (or adjective) as predicate Noun in default state Noun as object of a verb Noun as object of a preposition A Brief Overview

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 10 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! English Arabic Example Its Default Sign Nominative Case Accusative Case حَالَةُ الرَّفْعِ مرفوع D ammah or D ammataan Fat h ah or Fat h ataan حَالَةُ النَّصْبِ منصوب الْمَا ءُ / مَا ءٌ اِنَّ الْمَا ءَ اِنَّ مَا ءً Kasrah or Kasrataan حَالَةُ الْجَرِّ مجرور فِي الْمَا ءِ فِي مَا ءٍ Genitive Case The Three Cases of الأَسْمَاءُ

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 11 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! The Moon & Sun Letters Of the 28 Arabic letters, 14 are called ‘Sun Letters’ ( الْحُرُوفُ الشَّمْسِيَّة ), and 14 are called ‘Moon Letters’ ( اَلْحُرُوفُ الْقَمَرِيَّةُ ). This rule governs the spoken Arabic and not the written word.   When اَلْ (al) is prefixed to a noun beginning with a sun letter, the لام ( laam ) of اَلْ (al) is completely immersed/assimilated into the sun letter, so اَلشَّمْسُ (al- shamsu ) is pronounced ash- shamsu . No change takes place in writing   اَلشَّمْسُ .   The assimilation is indicated by the shaddah on the first letter of the noun after اَلْ . No assimilation takes place with the moon letters, e.g. اَلْقَمَرُ (al- qamaru ) is pronounced al- qamaru . اَلْحُرُوفُ الْقَمَرِيَّةُ وَالْحُرُوفُ الشَّمْسِيَّة

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 12 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! The Moon & Sun Letters cont’d The (a) of اَلْ (al) is only pronounced when it is  not  preceded by another word, e.g. only when we start on it.  If preceded by a word, it is dropped in pronunciation though it remains in writing, e.g. وَ ا لْبَيْتُ is pronounced wal-baitu not wa al-baitu .  To indicate this omission in pronunciation, observe that a small s aud ( ٱ ) is placed above the alif  وَ ٱل شَّمْسِ (wash-shamsu). This alif ( ٱ ) that is omitted when preceded by a word is called حَمْزَةُ الْوَصْلُ (hamzatul-wa s l). اَلْحُرُوفُ الْقَمَرِيَّةُ وَالْحُرُوفُ الشَّمْسِيَّة

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 13 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! ( ۱) ت : اَل تَّ اجِرُ The merchant ( ۳) د : اَل دِّ يكُ The rooster ( ۸) ش : اَل شَّ مْسُ The sun ( ۱۰) ض : اَل ضَّ يْفُ The guest ( ۱۱) ط : اَل طَّا لِبُ The student ( ۱۲) ظ : اَل ظَّ هْرُ The back (۱٣) ل : اَل لَّ حْمُ The meat (۱٤) ن : اَل نَّ جْمُ The star (٧) س : اَل سَّ مَكُ The fish (٦) ز : اَل زَّ هْرَةُ The flower (٥) ر : اَل رَّ جُلُ The man (٤) ذ : اَل ذَّ هَبُ The gold ( ۲) ث : اَل ثَّ وبُ The thaub ( ۹) ص : اَل صَّ دْرُ The chest The (14) Sun Letters الْحُرُوفُ الشَّمْسِيَّة ت ث د ذ ر ز س ش ص ض ط ظ ل ن

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 14 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! ( ۱) أ : اَلْأَ بُ The father ( ۳) ج : اَلْ جَنَّةُ The garden ( ۸) ف : اَلْ فَمُ The mouth ( ۱۰) ك : اَلْ كَلْبُ The dog ( ۱۱) م : الْ مَاءُ The water ( ۱۲) و : اَل ْوَلَدُ The boy ( ۱ ٣) هـ : اَلْ هَوَاءُ The wind ( ۱ ٤) يـ : اَلْ يَدُ The hand (٧) غ : اَلْ غَدَاءُ The lunch (٦) ع : اَلْ عَيْنُ The eye (٥) خ : اَلْ خُبْزُ The bread (٤) ح : اَلْ حِمَارُ The donkey ( ۲) ب : اَل ْبَابُ The door ( ۹) ق : اَلْ قَمَرُ The moon الْحُرُوفُ الْقَمَرِيَّة أ ب ج ح خ ع غ ف ق ك م و ه ي The (14) Moon Letters

PowerPoint Presentation : Quraan 101 – 3 15 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Relative Pronouns Relative Pronouns and Aayaat of Study in Which They Appear Examples Gender/Number English Arabic Masculine /Singular Who/That الَّذِي Feminine /Singular الَّتِي Masculine /Plural Those all / Who (all) الَّذِينَ Feminine /Plural اللائِـي الأَسْمَاءُ الْمَوْصُولَةُ الَّذِي جَمَعَ مَالًا وَعَدَّدَهُ ﴿الهمزة: ٢﴾ الَّتِي تَطَّلِعُ عَلَى الْأَفْئِدَةِ ﴿الهمزة: ٧﴾ الَّذِينَ هُمْ يُرَاءُونَ ﴿الماعون: ٦﴾ Example not found in aayaat of study

PowerPoint Presentation : The Family الأُسْرَةُ Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 16 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! أُنْظُرْ واسْتَمِعْ وَأَعِدّ Revise Thoroughly and Know Before Going to Next Page عُمَرُ: هَلْ هذِهِ شَجَرَةٌ ؟ عُثْمانُ: نَعَم, هذِهِ شَجَرَةٌ. هذِهِ أُسْرَةُ الرَّسولِ . عُمَرُ: صلى الله عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ . عُثْمانُ: هذا والِدُهُ عَبْدُ الله . عُمَرُ: وهذِهِ والِدَتُهُ آمِنَةُ . عُثْمانُ: وَهذا جَدُّهُ عَبْدُ الْمُطَلِّب . عُمَرُ: وَهذا عَمُّهُ الْعَبَّاسُ . عُثْمانُ: وَهذا عَمُّهُ حمزةُ . عُمَرُ: وهذِهِ عَمَّتُهُ صَفِيَّةُ . وَهذا ابْنُهُ الْقَاسِم, وَهذا عبدُ الله . عُثْمانُ: وَهذا ابْنُهُ إِبْرَاهِيمُ . عُمَرُ: وهذِهِ ابْنَتُهُ فَاطِمَةُ . عُثْمانُ: وهذِهِ ابنتُهُ رُقَيَّةُ, وهذِهِ زَيْنَبُ . عُمَرُ: وهذِهِ ابنته أُم كُلْثُوم . New Words الحِوَارُ الثّنِى شَجَرَةٌ جَدٌّ ابْنَةٌ - بنتٌ عَمٌّ جَدَّةٌ عَمَّةٌ Tree Grandfather Daughter Uncle (paternal) Grandmother Aunt (paternal)

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 17 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! ۱ – هَلْ يَسْكُنُ أَحْمَدُ فِى شَقَّةٍ؟ ۲ - هَلْ يَسْكُنُ فِى حَيِّ الْمَطَارِ؟ ۳ - هَلْ ألشَّقَّةُ فِي الدَّوْرِ الْخَامِسِ؟ ٤ – كَمْ غُرْفَةً فِي الشَّقَّةِ؟ ٥ - أَيْنَ الْفُرْنُ؟ وَأِيْنَ الْأَرِيْكَةُ؟ ٦ - وَأَيْنَ السَرِيْرُ؟ ٧ – أَيْنَ الْمِرْآةُ؟ أَجِبْ أَحْمَدُ يَسْكُنُ فِى شَقّةٍ جَمِيلَة. الشَّقَّةُ فِى حَيِّ الْمَطَارِ. ألشَّقَّة فِي الدَّوْرِ الثَّالِثِ. فِي الشقةِ خَمْسُ غُرَفٍ. فِي الْغُرْفةِ الجلوسِ أَرِيْكَةٌ. فِي الْمَطْبَخِ فُرْنٌ. فِي الْحَمَّامِ مِرْآةٌ اقرأ السَّكَنُ

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 18 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Exercises مُلَخَّصُ التَّرَاكِيْب أَنَا؟ مِنْ أَيْنَ أَنْتَ؟ أَنْتِ؟ هُو؟ هي؟ 1 مِصْرَ مِنْ أَنَا بَاكِستانَ أَنْتَ تُرْكِيّا أَنْتِ سُوْرِيَّا هُو هي 2 هَلْ أَنْتَ أَنْتِ بَاكِستانِيٌّ؟ سُوْرِيَّةٌ؟ مِصْرِيَّةٌ؟ تُرْكِيَّةٌ؟ بَاكِستانِيَّةٌ؟ تُرْكِيٌّ؟ سُوْرِيٌّ؟ مِصْرِيٌّ ؟ 3 نَعَمْ أَنَا بَاكِستانِيٌّ سُوْرِيَّةٌ مِصْرِيَّةٌ تُرْكِيَّةٌ بَاكِستانِيَّةٌ تُرْكِيٌّ سُوْرِيٌّ مِصْرِيٌّ 4 أَنَا

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 19 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Practical Exercises الْمِعْطَفُ؟ أَيْنَ سعيد؟ النَّظَّاَرةُ؟ سعيدةُ؟ الطالب؟ هذا؟ مَنْ هذِهِ؟ أَنْتَ؟ أَنْتِ؟ هُو؟ هي؟ 1 2 الْحَمَّامِ الْمُصَلَّى الْغُرْفَةِ المسجد سعيدةُ فِى سعيد 3 هذا هذِهِ هُو هي الْمِعْطَفُ المسجد الْمُصَلَّى النَّظَّاَرةُ مُهَنْدِسةٌ طَبِيْبَةٌ 4 مُلَخَّصُ التَّرَاكِيْب

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 20 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! 5 مُدَرِّسٌ طَبيبٌ طالِبٌ مُهَنْدِسٌ هي مُدَرِّسَةٌ طَبيبَةٌ طالِبَةٌ مُهَنْدِسَةٌ هذا هذِهِ آمِنَةُ ابرَاهِيمُ والِدِيْ والِدُهُ عمه جَدُّهُ جَدِّيْ عمي والِدَتيْ والِدَتُهُ عَمَّتُهُ جَدَّتُهُ جَدَّتِيْ عَمَّتِي هُو 6 7 Practical Exercises مُلَخَّصُ التَّرَاكِيْب

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 21 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! 1 2 3 4 فرنًا ستارةً ثلاجةً سخانًا مرآةً سجادةً شقةً أريكةً أُرِيْدُ شقةٍ؟ بيتٍ؟ حيِ المطارِ؟ حي الجامعة؟ تَسْكُنُ هل في مُلَخَّصُ التَّراكِيْب أسكن شقة بيت حي المطار في نعم لا حي الجامعة الشقة في ثلاثُ أربعُ خمسُ غرفٍ 5 سخانٌ بيتٌ فرنٌ جميلٌ لدينا Practical Exercises

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 22 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Practical Exercises 8 7 مُلَخَّصُ التَّراكِيْب 6 شقة جميلة لدينا ستارة مرآة فرنا ستارة ثلاجة سخانا سجادة شقة أريد من فضلك الشقة في الدورِ الأولِ الثاني الثالثِ الرابع الخامس 9 فرنًا ستارةً ثلاجةً سجادةً الشقة؟ كم في 10 في أيِّ دورِ غرفةٍ بيتٍ الشقةُ؟ الثلاجةُ؟ الغرفةُ؟

PowerPoint Presentation : Days of the Week Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 23 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah!   أيام الأسبوع     Saturday السَّبْت الأَحَد الاِثْنَيْن الثُّلَاثَاء الأَرْبِعَاء الخَمِيس الجُمُعَة Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك أشهد أن لا إله إلا أنت واستغفرك واتوب إليك سِتَّة ٦ سَبْعَة ٧ ثَـمَانِيَة ٨ تِسْعَة ٩ عَشَرَة ١٠ وَاحِد ١ اِ ثْنَ ا ن ٢ ثَلَاثَة ٣ أَرْبَعَة ٤ خَـمْسَة ٥ FIVE FOUR THREE TWO ONE SIX SEVEN EIGHT NINE TEN

PowerPoint Presentation : Grammar 101 – 6 24 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Beginning of Word Practicing Letters with Similar Sounds أُنْظُرْ و اسْتَمِعْ وَ أَعِدّ خَ الد خ ليل خ ديجة خ ولة Middle of Word End of Word خَ بير خَ ان خَ اوية خ كَبير كَان كَاوية ك To betray To be Aware B ig E mpty Caustic نَ ـخِ رَة مَـ خ َ ر نَك ِ رَة مَك َ ر To deceive To plough خ ك Indefinite To rot/decay It is important that  you practice with these words and be aware of the different sounds the two letters make, however - you are not required to memorize the meanings. فَ خ فَك مَسَ خَ مَسَكَ نَسَ خَ نَسَكَ To snap/snore Dismantle To transform T o keep accounts To abrogate To be ascetic خ ك

PowerPoint Presentation : Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 25 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! Practicing Letters with Similar Sounds الأَصْواتُ وَفَهْمُ المسْموعِ أَوَّلاً: الْأَصْواتُ أ / ع عَ لِيم ع أَ لِيْمٌ Painful Knowing ع أ ع أ الْ عَ بَّاسُ عُ مَرُ عَ لَيْكُمْ عَ بْدُ اللهِ ع َ مُّهُ سَ ع ْ دٌ عَ مَّار أ عَ تَتْ عَ رْضُهَا عَ سِيْر عَ لَّمَ أَ تَتْ أَ رْضُهَا أَ سِيْرٌ أَ لَّمَ To occur Its earth Captive To pain Arrogant Its width Hard To teach يَ أْ مُرُ وَ أَ دَ يَ ؤُ وْدُه سَ أ َ لَ تَ أْ لَمُوْنَ يَ ع ْ مُرُ وَ عَ دَ يَ عُ وْدُهُ سَ عَ لَ تَ عْ لَمُوْنَ He commands To bury alive He visits him To ask You (pl.) feel pain To inhabit/dwell in To promise It tires/fatigues him To cough You (pl.) know Putting off/ delaying جَا ءَ اِرْجَا ء ُ جَزَ ء َ يَقْرَ أُ جَا عَ ا ِرْجَا عُ جَزَ عَ يَقْرَ عُ He came Fraction He reads To become hungry Return W orry To knock

PowerPoint Presentation : Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan... for Allaah! Grammar 101 – 6 (Review) 26 Learn Arabic to Understand Quraan – for Allaah! ح هـ ح هـ ح هـ حـ ي ح سان أ ح ـمد حـ مـام اسْتَمِع وأعدْ الـ ح مد الأَصْواتُ وَفَهْمُ المسْموعِ أَوَّلاً: الْأَصْواتُ هـ / ح حَ اد حَ رَم ح َ رِيْر هَاد هَرَم هَرِيْر Sharp Sanctuary Silk Guide Old age/ senility/ old man Growling/ growl يَـهْبِطُ أَهَلَّ نَاهِيِة سَاهِرٌ يـَ حْ ـبِطُ أَ حَ لَّ نَا ح ِ يِة سَا حِ رٌ He fails/ go wrong To permit/ allow Direction/angle magician To fall down/ to descend prohibition Awake/alert فَارِه لَاه صَه لَا ح صَـ ح H eedless Hush/ b e quiet/ shh ! To flash/ shine To be healthy/ perfect Lively/ active One who is happy فَارِ ح بِسْمِ اللَّـهِ الرَّ حْ ـمـَـٰنِ الرَّ حِ يمِ  ﴿١﴾  ال ْ ـحَ مْدُ لِلَّـهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ ﴿٢﴾ الرَّ حْـ مَـٰنِ الرَّ حِ يمِ  ﴿٣ ﴾ الفاتحة: ١ - ٣ وَالْعَادِيَاتِ ضَبْ حً ا  ﴿١﴾  فَالْمُورِيَاتِ قَدْ حً ا  ﴿٢﴾  فَالْمُغِيرَاتِ صُبْ حً ا ﴿٣﴾ العاديات: ١ - ٣  فَسَوْفَ يـُ حَ اسَبُ حِ سَابًا يَسِيرًا ﴿٨﴾ الانشقاق: ٨ إِنَّا فَتَ حْ نَا لَكَ فَتْ حً ا مُّبِينًا  ﴿١﴾ الفتح: ١ سبحانك اللهم وبحمدك أشهد أن لا إله إلا أنت واستغفرك واتوب إليك To start/ commence

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