Anna · Inna

When to use Inna and When to Use Anna

Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 12 Video Source: LQToronto Madina Arabic Videos – Book 2 – DVD 07/B4 – 08:33 to 18:29 Source for above: Book 2 – TextBook –  Lesson 12

Questioning

Interrogative Maa Preceded by Preposition

Source: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Book 2 – English Key – Chapter 9

Book 2 Concepts · Particle (Harf)

Harfu Nida (Yaa) with Mudaaf – Mudaaf ilaihi

Source: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Book 2 – English Key – Chapter 9

Book 2 Concepts · Li Anna

Li Anna ( Because) لِأَنَّ

Source:  Book 2 – Grammar Book  – by Dr V.AbdurRahim Please read : Inna – Particle of Emphasis and Accusative Case

Book 2 Concepts · Inna

Comparision of Inna اِنَّ with Laisa ليْسَ & Kaana كَانَ

Video : LQToronto Clip extracted from Book 2 – DVD 02 / A3 – 38:13 to 44:49

Book 2 Concepts · Inna · Video

Emphatic Laam ل

Video Courtesy: LQToronto, Book 2 – DVD 02 /A1 – 4:40 till 19:03 Source for the above images : LQToronto Handouts – Book 2 Ladder slider game of إِنَّ   and ل  (Seq # 66) Consider the following statement. اَلْمَاءُ بَارِدٌ Its meaning is “The water is cold”. Let us emphasize it first with لامُ الإبْتِداء… Continue reading Emphatic Laam ل

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Book 2 Concepts · Inna

Inna إنَّ – Particle of Emphasis and Accusative Case (حَرْفُ تَوْكيدٍ وَ نَصْبٍ)

Source for above: Dr. V.AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 01 Video Courtesy : LQToronto – Book 2 – DVD 01/A1 – 4:10 to 42:16 إِنَّ  , the particle of emphasis and Nasbin (Seq # 64) Consider the following sentence. اَلْمَاءُ بَارِدٌ Its meaning is “The water is cold”. The grammatical analysis of the… Continue reading Inna إنَّ – Particle of Emphasis and Accusative Case (حَرْفُ تَوْكيدٍ وَ نَصْبٍ)

Interrogative particles · Learn Arabic · Particle (Harf)

Interrogative particle مَــا

Interrogative particle مَــا (Seq # 73) The particleمَــا  has many uses depending on the context. One of uses of مَــا is to ask a question. It’s literal translated word in the English language is “What”. Example is shown below… What is your name ? مَــا اِسْــمُــكَ ؟ What is this ? مَــا هَــذا ؟ When… Continue reading Interrogative particle مَــا

Particle (Harf)

Vocative particle يــَا (Yaa)

Vocative particle يــَا (Seq # 61) Let us learn Vocative particle يا. Its meaning in the English language is “Oh”. Example “Oh Mohammed”, “Oh Abdullah” etc. The rules for vocative particle are below. 1) If this particle is preceded with triptote person name noun like مُحَمَّدٌ, then it will drop tanveen and leave only one… Continue reading Vocative particle يــَا (Yaa)