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Lesson 24 – الدَّرْسُ الرَّابِعُ وَالْعِشْرُونَ

Noun and its Types (continued...) - الاسْمُ وَأَنْوَاعُهُ

Revision – مُراجَعَةٌ

  • In this section we shall cover a number of the Arabic words we have already learnt and we shall learn some new Arabic vocabulary In-Shā'-Allâh (God willing).
  • Increase your Arabic vocabulary through the words below, as the more Arabic vocabulary you memorize, the better Arabic language you have.
  • In this lesson we have learned the following things:
    • We have learned all the forms of the Demonstrative Pronouns referring to the masculine as well as feminine nouns
    • All the forms of Relative Pronouns referring to the masculine and the feminine nouns.

Vocabulary Revision – مُرَاجَعَةُ الْمُفْرَدَاتِ

These two (masculine)

هَذَانِ

These two (feminine)

هَاتَانِ

Those two (masculine)

ذَانِكَ

Those two (feminine)

تَانِكَ

Two Oranges

بُرْتُقَالَتاَنِ

Two baskets

سَلَّتَانِ

Two broom sticks

مِكْنَسَتَانِ

Favourite

مَحْبُوبٌ

Muslim Believers

مُؤْمِنُونَ

Famous (feminine dual)

مَشْهُورَتَانَ

Respectful (feminine dual)

مُؤَدَّبَتَانِ

Faithful

مُخْلِصُونَ

who (masculine dual)

اللَّذَانِ

Who (feminine dual)

اللَّتَانِ

Who (masculine plural)

الَّذِينَ

Who (feminine plural)

اللائِي

She won

حَصَلَتْ عَلَى

They cheat

يَغُشُّونَ

Noble (feminine plural)

مُحْسِنَاتٌ

He sent them

أَرْسَلَهُمْ