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Lesson 6 – الدَّرْسُ السَّادِسُ

Introduction - مُقَدِّمَةٌ

  • This is lesson six of our free Arabic language course. This Arabic course with images and audios will help you learn Arabic.
  • In this lesson we will learn the following things:
    • The Arabic feminine demonstrative pronoun هَـٰذِهِ and its principles:

English:

Transliteration:

Arabic:

This is a lady doctor

/Hādhihi ŧabībatun/

هَـٰذِهِ طَبِيبَةٌ.

This is a bag

/Hādhihī ħaqībatun/

هَـٰذِهِ حَقِيبَةٌ.

  • In Arabic Language, words can be either masculine or feminine. This does not necessarily follow a set logic, e.g., whilst we know that the noun "girl" is feminine, the noun for "beard" is also feminine. This should be understood alongside the rules of how a word is changed from masculine to feminine that are covered in another lesson (see Lesson 4 section 7). A few examples of nouns and adjectives which do not have any of the symbols for the feminine nouns but are still considered to be feminine are illustrated below: 

Translation:

Transliteration:

Arabic:

The Earth

/Al Arđu/

الأَرْضُ

A pot

/Quidrun/

قِدْرٌ

The hand

/Al-yadu/

الْيَدُ

    • In this lesson we will learn the use of one new preposition. We have learned that prepositions are the words used to connect two or more words or sentences (Lesson 4 section 3).

Preposition:

حَرْفُ الْجَرِّ

For

لـِ