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The terminal nun, which substitutes the nunation found in the singular, is not elided except if it forms the first half of genitive construct. Do note that it is a work in progress.

This will be followed by an examination of the structure of the text and the methodology Ibn Ajrum employed in presenting the various chapters and sub-chapters of Arabic Grammar.

The first is semantic and the second, grammatical. The key to prevent memory lapse seems to be in the memorisation element.

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Much the same as the fully declinable singular noun, the fully declinable broken plural must also accept nunation, and inflection in all three forms, e. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. The waw is a sign of nominativeness in two instances; the sound masculine plural and the Five Nouns. Perowne Al Adjrumiieh: The alif with englixh denotes the first person, e. The elision of the nun is a sign of the subjunctive in the Five Verbs, which show nominativeness by the suffixing of a nun.

The sukun indicates only one thing, the jussive case of the imperfect verb which has a sound ending. The suitability of this text as the introductory text for English speakers to the grammar of the Arabic language, is an area where theory must become practice.


The second round consolidates the students knowledge by adding to the examples and engllish providing further forms of words such as the broken plural, e.

If one were to say, ‘If the teacher comes the students will listen’, then this becomes al-kalaam, due to the acquisition of sense. As for the implicit fatha, this is of three types; i. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. Without proper rendering supportyou may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols. The sound feminine plural has the vowel kasra as its sign of accusativeness, e.

After the elaboration of what has preceded, knowledge of the declinable and invariable should now present no difficulty. The Imperfect is that which is taking place whilst the speaker is speaking or perhaps after that.


It shows an alif substituting a dhamma whilst in the nominative, it shows a ya substituting a fatha or a karsa in the accusative and genitive respectively. The clearest example is in the reply to the question ‘Who is your brother? In conclusion I shall attempt to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of this engkish. The author, may God have mercy upon him, desired to further clarify inflection in this summarising chapter.

The nature of the singular noun has already been discussed.

The text, now over seven centuries old, saw a major commentary compiled by ash-Shirbini, only two centuries after, yet even as recently as four decades ago, the Director of the College of Language at al-Azhar wrote his commentary. There are six forms of broken plural; i. The sound masculine plural shows the waw as its sign of nominativeness, and the ya as its sign of subjunctiveness and genitiveness. The first is the singular noun, the second is the broken plural, the third is the sound feminine plural and the fourth is the imperfect verb when the alif of duality is not attached to it, nor the waw of plurality, nor the ya of the second person femeine singular, nor the nun of corroboration, be it the light nun or the heavy nun 24nor the femine nun.


The requirement to command the right and forbid the wrong does not apply when there is Ikhtilaf upon a position. The preopositions vary in meaning: As for the meaning of noun, this is what indicates towards that ajrumihyah is named, and for Grammarians it is that which has an innate meaning and so has no need to be qualified by time, for example, Muhammad, Hassan, Ahmad, man, camel, river, apple.

Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors ak necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.

Everything will be judged on case by case basis. It is my intent to examine to what extent the Ajrumiiyah is appropriate in the instruction of Arabic to English speakers. Want to add to ajrumiyyzh discussion? The nature of the broken plural has already been discussed, as has the nature of the meaning of ‘fully declinable’.

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As for the singular noun, what is intended is that which is not dual, nor plural, nor attached to them, and nor from the Five Names.

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