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  • Case Endings!

    These are shown by the use of Harakat (dhamma, kasra, fatha)

    Basic explanation :)

    Nominative case
    This is for the subject of the sentence.
    For example :
    The boy saw the car
    The boy is the subject of this sentence so in Arabic this word will take a dhamma on the end.

    رأى الْوَلَدُ السيارةَ

    Accusative case
    This is for the object of the sentence.
    For example :
    I found the book
    The book is the object of this sentence so in Arabic this word will take fatha on the end.

    وجدْتُ الْكِتابَ

    Genative case
    This is used for nouns which come after prepositions, and also for second terms of idafa
    For example
    1.) He sat in the garden ("in" is the preposition which forces it to be in genitive)
    2.) For Idafa please see thread "Grammar" for a fuller explanation :)
    The word in the genative will take kasra


    جَلَسَ في الْحَديقةِ
    .: Anna :.
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