Use Adjectives in Arabic Language
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Hello, and thank you for watching VisiHow. Today, we will show you how to use adjectives in the Arabic language. This tutorial is specifically for new or beginning students of standard Arabic. There are a few rules that we need to remember when we are dealing with adjectives in the Arabic language.
- 15If "new" is not going to modify "teacher", but we want to say the full sentence "the teacher is new", and the teacher is a man, we will write "al mudarris jadid".In this case, we can tell that "new" is not modifying "the teacher" since it does not match in definiteness. We have "the teacher" with "al", which is our definite article. If "jadid" modified "teacher", it would also have "al", but it does not. Again, this would be read, "al mudarris jadid", which means, "the teacher is new".
- 16This does conclude today's tutorial on how to use adjectives in the Arabic language.If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.Advertisement
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