Lesson 9 - الدَّرْسُ التَّاسِعُ
Adjective Clause - الْمُرَكَّبُ الْوَصْفِيُّ
- This is lesson nine of our free Arabic language course. This Arabic course with images and audios will help you learn Arabic.
- In this lesson we will In-Shā’-Allâh learn the following things:
- The formation of a new Arabic expression called الْمُرَكَّبُ الْوَصْفِيُّ (called "The Adjective Clause" in English). The Adjective Clause is an expression formed by two or more words to describe a pronoun.
A small boy
The new bag
- A new type of pronoun which shows reference or relation between the nouns. This pronoun is called a Conjunctive pronoun or Relative pronoun in English and الاسْمُ المَوْصُولُ in Arabic. If the pronoun refers to a human being it is to be translated "who" and if it refers to non human beings or an object it is translated as “which (or that)”.
Who (for human beings)
Which / That (for non human beings / objects)