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Maysoor: Arabic, Lesson 12 (N’at & Man’ut/Relative Pronoun/Diptote)

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Maysoor are proud to present the twelfth in a series of learning Arabic tutorials. This video explores a the meaning of النعت والمنعوت in Arabic and how to identify it in a sentence.

We also learn a relative pronoun known as الذي and the conditions for it’s use.

Finally, we conclude the lesson by examining a few examples of Diptotes on the pattern فعلانُ . We have covered Diptotes in previous lessons, and they are those nouns which do not accept a tanween at the end of the word, nor do they accept a kasrah.

Happy Learning!

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Maysoor Team
2014

Maysoor: Arabic, Lesson 12 (N’at & Man’ut/Relative Pronoun/Diptote)

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Maysoor: Arabic, Lesson 12 (N'at & Man'ut/Relative Pronoun/Diptote)

Maysoor are proud to present the twelfth in a series of learning Arabic tutorials. This video explores a the meaning of النعت والمنعوت in Arabic and how to identify it in a sentence.

We also learn a relative pronoun known as الذي and the conditions for it’s use.

Finally, we conclude the lesson by examining a few examples of Diptotes on the pattern فعلانُ . We have covered Diptotes in previous lessons, and they are those nouns which do not accept a tanween at the end of the word, nor do they accept a kasrah.

Maysoor: Arabic, Lesson 11 (Badl/Alif Maqsoorah/Laam Al Mulk)

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Maysoor: Arabic, Lesson 11 (Badl/Alif Maqsoorah/Laam Al Mulk)

Maysoor are proud to present the eleventh in a series of learning Arabic tutorials. This video explores a the meaning of البدل (the substitute) in Arabic and how to identify it in a sentence.

We also touch up the different ways the Alif Maqsoorah is written at the end of a word, with a brief look at the interesting facts connected to pronunciation.

Finally, we conclude the lesson by examining the Laam of Mulk used for showing possession.

Happy Learning!

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Maysoor Team
2014