Pronouns

Attached Pronouns and Detached Pronouns

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Pronouns

No corresponding word for the English word ‘it’

No corresponding word for the English word ‘it’ (Seq # 40) In the Arabic language there is no corresponding word for the English word ‘it’. We should use هُوَ  or هِيَ  for the English word ‘it’ according to the gender of the object. We will learn about it more in future.

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Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns (ismu ishaara)

Demonstrative Pronouns (Seq # 30)  اِسْمُ الإِشَارَةِ (Ismu l-ishaara) These pronouns are used to demonstrate some object and they all are definite. Below is the table of these pronouns. They are self-explanatory. Meaning Demonstrative Pronouns This (Masculine) هَذَا This (Feminine) هَذِهِ That (Masculine) ذٰلــِكَ That (Feminine) تِــلـْـكَ These (Masc./Fem.) هَؤُلإِ Those (Masc./Fem.) أُوْلَـئِكَ Exercises State… Continue reading Demonstrative Pronouns (ismu ishaara)

Pronouns

Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns (Seq # 31)  – الأَسْمَاءُ الْمَوْصُولَةُ The following are the relative pronouns in the Arabic language and they all are definite. These pronouns relate to other nouns. They mean literally as “That which”. Meaning Relative Pronouns That which (masculine) الَّذِي That which (feminine) الَّتِي Those which (Masc./Fem.) الَّذِيْنَ Exercises State TRUE or FALSE: الَّذِيْنَ… Continue reading Relative Pronouns