Types of sentences
In Arabic grammar, there are two basic types of sentence, based on what the sentence's first word is.
1- The Nominal Sentence ( الْجُمْلَةُ الاسْمِيَّةُ) this sentence starts (mostly) with a NOUN.
.الْوَلَدُ يَكْتُبُ الْوَاجِبَ
The boy writes the homework.
2- The Verbal Sentence ( الْجُمْلَةُ الْفِعْلِيَّةُ)
this sentence starts (mostly) with a VERB.
I like this saying because it is true “A man will continue acting like a child until his mother's death, then he will age in a sudden”
يظل الرجل طفلاً حتى تموت أمه ، فإذا ماتت شاخ فجأة
"Mother is the only creature who does not forsake you no matter what your condition and no matter how you were wrong" .. the example of that , the Malaysian mother "meliah" in this picture, in spite of reaching "101" years of age, has not abandoned her younger son Abdul Rahman , aged 63, who was born with a disability. Nothing separates the mother and her son; only the mother's death, leaving her son, hoping that The Almighty Allah to protect and have mercy on him.
In Quran Allah order us to be kind with your parents
"Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that ye be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in thy life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. And out of kindness, lower to them the wing of humility, and say: ‘My Lord! bestow on them Thy Mercy even as they cherished me in childhood' "(17:23-24).
The Hadith(the prophat" PBUH" Sayings
1. The Prophet Muhammad said, may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him: Your Heaven lies under the feet of your mother (Ahmad, Nasai).
Israel and its values "Killing children".. that is there behavior toward Arab children.. you don't believe me .. Read then what their scholars said in [The book "King Torah," which was released in 2009 written by Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira and Elitzur Joseph, which say it: "The Jewish law allows the killing of non-Jewish children, because they pose a future threat."]
In Arabic, when we want to say 'this is' followed by a noun, the word
we use for 'this is' will change depending on whether the noun is
masculine or feminine.
How do I know the noun is masculine or feminine in Arabic?
I have got this Question today from a Facebook Arabic student
to make a dual from any noun in Arabic all you do is to add aani( انِ ) if your singular noun ends with dammatan ــــٌــ or Ayni ( يْنِ ) at the end of the noun if your singular noun ends with FatHatan ـــًــ or Kasratan ــٍــ
the reason we have different endings ( انِ ) and ( يْنِ ) because of the case ending
1- If your noun is Subject(Doer) it ends with dammah when it is singular while ends with ( انِ ) if your Subject(Doer) is Dual.
2- If your noun is Direct Object it ends with FatHah when it is singular while ends with ( يْنِ ) if your Direct Object is Dual.
3- If your noun is in genitive case(Nouns comes after prepositions) it ends with Kasrah when it is singular while ends with ( يْنِ ) if it is Dual.