The Subject and the Predicate in Arabic Grammar

Learn about the subject and predicate in Arabic grammar المُبْتَدأ والخَبر + practice exercises.. (Recommended for intermediate learners+)

Firstly, please review an essential blog post, where I discussed parts of speech in Arabic: nouns, verbs and particles, and types of sentences, mainly: the nominal sentence and the verbal sentence. Why? Because, you MUST start first by learning what constitutes a noun to be able to know what is a nominal sentence and how to form one. Click here to go to this lesson.

الاِسْم والفِعْل والحَرْف (أقْسامُ الكَلِمَة) - الجُمْلَةُ الاِسْمِيَّةُ والجُمْلَةُ الفِعْلِيَّةُ.

Step 2: Watch this comprehensive lesson about the subject and preidcate in Arabic المُبْتَدأ والخَبر .


Here are some snippets and notes from the lesson:

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