Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

Understanding Weak Verbs الأجوف

Videos: Madina Arabic Book 2 (Qur’anic Arabic Simplified)

Book 2 Concepts · Plurals

Some Diptote Plural Forms

Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 25

Book 2 Concepts · Learn Arabic

مِن قبلُ – مِن بَعْدُ

Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 25

Book 2 Concepts

The i’rab of Abun أَبٌ and Akhun أَخٌ

Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 25

Book 2 Concepts · Kaana · Video

Ajwaf Verbs (Waavi and Yaayi) & Kaana (Naaqis Verb)

Source: LQToronto Madina Arabic Videos – Book 2 – DVD 12/A2 – 1:45 to 14:40 Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 25

Book 2 Concepts · Days of the Week

Names of the Days of the Week

Source: LQToronto Madina Arabic Videos – Book 2 – DVD 07/B4 – 18:30 to 19:28 Source for above: Book 2 – Text –  Lesson 12

Adverb · Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

Adverb of Time coming as Maf’ul Fihi

Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 12

Book 2 Concepts · Mudaari · Songs · Video

[Song] Moods of Verbs – Madi & Amr are Mabni and Mudaari is Mu’rab

Source: LQToronto Madina Arabic Videos – Book 2 – DVD 07/B2 – 32:25 to 39:40

Book 2 Concepts · Plurals

Mansub form of Jamah Muannas Saalim (Sound Feminine Plurals)

Source: LQToronto Madina Arabic Videos – Book 2 – DVD 07/B2 – 19:20 to 24:44 Suratul Ahzab verse 35

Book 2 Concepts · Mudaari · Verbs

Isnaad of Mudaari to some more pronouns

Source for above: Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 12 Source: Madina Arabic – Book 2 – DVD 07/B2 – 3:48 to 8:12

Book 2 Concepts

Types of ما and Maa al Mavsoola

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 16

Book 2 Concepts · Learn Arabic · Verbs

أراد Iraadah and its conjugation

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 16

Book 2 Concepts

La’Alla لَعَلَّ (I Hope/Fear)

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 01 Exercise: Rewrite the Following sentences using لَعَلَّ Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina  Book 2 – Arabic Text  –  Lesson 01 Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina  Book 2 – Solutions to Exercises –  Lesson 01

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Book 2 Concepts · Learn Arabic

An Intro to nouns like غالٍ, ماضٍ, قاضٍ

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 01

Book 2 Concepts

As For… (Amma) أَمَّا

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 11

Book 2 Concepts · Particle of Negation · Verbs

Negative Particle for Madi and Mudari Verbs

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 11

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

Harfu ِAl-istiqbal (Particle of Futurity) “حرف الإستقبال “س

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 11

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs · Video

Three Kinds of Verbs & Mudaria

Source: Madina Arabic Book 2 – DVDs  – DVD 06/A3 – From 7:31 to 15:39

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

فعل التعجب – Verb of Wonder (Fi’al Ta’ajjub)

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

Book 2 Concepts

Kam كم Preceded by Preposition – تمييز can be majroor

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 · Plurals

The Accusative Ending of the Sound Faminine Plural – Mansoob of جمع المؤنث السالم is with kasrah

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

Book 2 Concepts

Protection noon ن

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Book 2 – English Key – Chapter 9 Protection noon ن (Seq # 102) In order not to disturb the verb structure protection ن will be added, when the detached pronoun أَنَــا joins the verb. Let us understand by translating the statement “You created me” by using the verb خَــلَــقَ. خَــلَــقْــتَــنِــي… Continue reading Protection noon ن

Book 2 Concepts · Prepositions

Ka كَ as a Preposition Brings about Similitude

Source: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Book 2 – Grammar Book – Dr V.AbdurRahim

Book 2 Concepts

The Entering of ‘the Hamza of Questioning’ on Al

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

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

Kaana ( كان ) – Madina Arabic Grammar

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Book 2 – English Key – Lesson 07 Source for above : Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s – Book 2 – Arabic Text – Lesson 07 

Book 2 Concepts

Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle – Book 2

All are in PDF Format Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle – Book 2 All Lessons A Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle – Book 2 All Lessons B Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle – Book 2 All Lessons C Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle – Book 2 All Lessons D Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle –… Continue reading Madina Arabic – Crossword Puzzle – Book 2

Book 2 Concepts

Protection noon ن

Protection noon ن (Seq # 102) In order not to disturb the verb structure protection ن will be added, when the detached pronoun أَنَــا joins the verb. Let us understand by translating the statement “You created me” by using the verb خَــلَــقَ. خَــلَــقْــتَــنِــي = أَنَــا + خَــلَــقْــتَ Instead of خَــلَــقْــتَــيْ it is خَــلَــقْــتَــنِــيْ. The added… Continue reading Protection noon ن

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs · Video

Verbal Sentence starting with Verb of Third Person

Source for above image : Madina Arabic – Text – Book 2 – Lesson 5 Verbal sentence cannot have two doers (Seq # 105) Consider an English sentence ‘The men went’. Men is the plural of man. In Arabic it is رِجِــالٌ. It is not correct to say a verbal sentence ذَهَــبُــوا الرِّجَــالُ. This is… Continue reading Verbal Sentence starting with Verb of Third Person

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs · Video

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs & Maf’oolun Bihi

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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 · Comparative - Superlative

Comparative and Superlatives (Ismu Tafdeel)

Video Part 01 Video Part 02 Source for above : ARIC Notes for Book 2 Comparative and superlative degrees (Seq # 72) The comparative degree is used to compare two things. For the comparative degree we use the noun on the pattern أَفْــعَــلُ followed by مِــنْ. These nouns are adjectives and are diptotes. Example: The ship is… Continue reading Comparative and Superlatives (Ismu Tafdeel)

Book 2 Concepts

Answering the question with بَــلَى and نَــعَــمْ

Answering the question with بَــلَى  and نَــعَــمْ (Seq # 74) In order to answer a questionبَــلَى  and نَــعَــمْ are used. If the question is positive then نَــعَــمْ means ‘yes’ and بَــلَى  means ‘no’ and if the question is negative then نَــعَــمْ means ‘no’ and بَــلَى  means ‘yes’. Literally بَــلَى   means ‘why not’. Let us understand… Continue reading Answering the question with بَــلَى and نَــعَــمْ

Book 2 Concepts · Numbers · Video

Arabic Numbers : 11 to 19

Original Video Source: LQToronto Clip extracted by http://www.understand-arabic.com Note : Click on the below pictures it see it bigger and clearer.

Book 2 Concepts · Songs · Verbs

[Song] Poem – 6 Babs of 3 Letter Root word ( Past to Present)

Original Video Source: LqToronto Video clip made by understand-arabic.com

Book 2 Concepts · Verbs

Introduction to Mudaria (Present and Future Tense Verb)

Part 01: Part 02: Video Courtesy: LQToronto Source for the above image : LQToronto Book 2 Handouts  

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

Interrogative and Non-Interrogative “Or”

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 01 Usage of أَمْ  and أَوْ (Seq # 69) The meaning of the words أَمْ  and أَوْ is same and it is “or”. The word أَمْ is used in the interrogative sentences while the word أَوْ is used in the non-interrogative sentences. Examples… Continue reading Interrogative and Non-Interrogative “Or”

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

Book 1 Concepts · Numbers

Arabic Numbers 1 to 10

Book 2 Concepts · Video

Laisa ليْسَ (is not)

Video Source: LQToronto – Book 2 Video – DVD 02/A2 – 01:35 to 24:40 Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 02 Source : ARIC Notes for Madina Arabic Book 2 Source for the above Image : LQToronto Handouts for Book 2

Book 2 Concepts · Numbers

Arabic Numbers : 100 (Mia) &1000 (Alf)

Source for above : Madina Grammar Notes 2 – Page 9 Source for above : Book 2 – Grammar Book Video Source: LQToronto ,Book 2 – DVDs –  DVD 02/A1  – 30:16 to 38:25 The below exercise (Chap 01-Exercise 12) was discussed in the above video

Book 2 Concepts

Having or Possessing – ذُو

Source for above: Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Madina Book 2 – English Key –  Lesson 01 Source for above images : ARIC Notes for Book 2 Source for Above : Dr. V. AbdurRahim’s Book 2 – Arabic Text – Chapter 01  

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)