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Lesson 24 – الدَّرْسُ الرَّابِعُ وَالْعِشْرُونَ الاسْمُ وَأَنْوَاعُهُ

Relative Pronouns - الاسْمَاءُ الْمَوْصُولَةُ

  • In this part of lesson we will learn all the Relative Pronouns i.e., singular, dual and plural for masculine as well as feminine objects, In-Shā’-Allâh (God-Willing). 
  • In the previous sections we have already defined the Relative Pronoun as “A Pronoun which refers or relates to some noun preceding it ".
  • In Arabic language there are different Relative Pronouns for the singular, dual and plural objects which are illustrated below:

 

English

Transliteration

Gender/Number

Arabic

Relative

Nouns

Who/That

Al-Ladhī

Masculine/Singular

الَّذِي

الأَسْمَاء الْمَوْصُولة

Al-Latī

Feminine/Singular

الَّتِي

Those two/Who (dual)

Al-Ladhāni

Masculine/Dual

الَّذَانِ

Al-Latāni

Feminine/Dual

اللَّتَانِ

Those all/Who all

Al-ladhīna

Masculine/ Plural

الَّذِينَ

Al-Lā’ī

Feminine/Plural

اللائِي

  • Let’s review some examples to understand this rule: