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  • #2
    As salaamu alaikum!

    Jayyid! Baarakal Laahu feek:up:.

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    "Only he who leaves sins for the sake of someone other than Allah that feels the pains:(. But for he who does that for the sake of Allah, that pain is a trial, before it is converted to pleasure:)!"

    - Al 'Allaamah, Ibn Al-Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah

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      Assalam o Alaikom

      Dear brother
      I would like you to saggest me some outstanding books which
      will help me to learn arabic.Specially for arabic purpose.
      I am from pakistan.And i do know about english,urdu and persian.
      so any of the books which are composed in stated languages will
      be welcomed.
      May god bless you.
      Allah hafiz
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      • #4
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          Re: A Rule about Verb conjugations

          When two verbs are used in a sentence with the conjunction of 'an' (i.e. to), the second verb which follows 'an' is made mansub i.e. the case ending on the verb takes a 'fatha'

          for example, ureedu an ashraba (I want to drink)

          Can somebody confirm this rule??

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          • #6
            Re: A Rule about Verb conjugations

            na3am its correct bro
            .: Rufaida :.
            .:Fa Firroo Ila-llaah:.
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            but you must blame your soul for what you know is in you.”
            ~ Ibn Atallah

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              Re: Assalam o Alaikom

              Originally posted by mohammadtajik View Post
              Dear brother
              I would like you to saggest me some outstanding books which
              will help me to learn arabic.Specially for arabic purpose.
              I am from pakistan.And i do know about english,urdu and persian.
              so any of the books which are composed in stated languages will
              be welcomed.
              May god bless you.
              Allah hafiz
              yara, there are so many books in urdu in pakistan.. just go to a book stall and ask them you'll get many...
              just start with ilm-ul-sarf..... if u need any help contact me [email protected]

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              • #8
                Re: Assalam o Alaikom

                Originally posted by Taliban1 View Post
                yara, there are so many books in urdu in pakistan.. just go to a book stall and ask them you'll get many...
                just start with ilm-ul-sarf..... if u need any help contact me [email protected]
                can u help me with sarf? please post me any materials to [email protected]

                also, if u have verb charts, they will be very useful.

                Jazakallah

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