Arabic Grammar PDF | Basic Arabic Grammar

Dear Students and Teachers Welcome to the Arabic grammar. We will first learn about prepositions, negation, questions, adverbs, and pronouns including: personal, object, Quran verb and Lughat ul Quran, Arabic Verb form, and possessive pronouns.

What Will You Learn?   

  • You will learn about Syntax Grammar
  • You will learn about Syntax in a Sentence
  • You will Learn about Serf (Phonemic awareness)
  • You will Learn about Quran with Tajweed Frree PDF
  • You will learn about Arabic History (Tarekh-al-Tras-Alarabi)

Dear Students, You will learn about Basic Grammar Rules (Noun, Verb, Past Tense etc.) We will start with prepositions. Very Simple, they are used to link words to other words. For example: I speak Arab and English the preposition is [and] because it connects both words Arabic and English.

The following is a list of the most used prepositions in Arabic. We’re almost done! This time we will learn the pronouns in Arabic. Student, a pronoun can be used instead of a noun. For example, instead of saying my teacher speaks 3 languages, you can use the pronoun he, and say he speaks 3 languages. Here is a list of the most common ones:

Dear Students, Here we will discuss the all basic Arabic topics: Arabic adjectives, Adjectives meaning in Arabic, Arabic Adverbs, Informal Plural, Arabic pronouns, Arabic possessive pronoun, Demonstrative pronoun in Arabic, Relative pronouns Arabic, Attached pronouns in Arabic, Present and Past tense, comparative word, Arabic past Tense, Negation Grammar and Arabic Negation.

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Dear Students You know that Arabic is also the All language of Quran and we should understand that Quran is an Arabic phenomenon. The words and sentence constructions Allah chose to deliver the message is immaculate and pristine.

I think, Learning Basic Arabic Grammar rules should be the first step forward to any Muslim whose native tongue is not Arabic language and I would further argue we all should learn Arabic grammar for understanding Quran (learn Arabic to understand Quran) to cherish its beauty. Dear Students in Arabic language There are Two main categories of Alphabet Letters: Shamsiyyah letters and Qamariyyah letters

There are Fourteen (14) Shamsiyyah letters.  They are:ت ث دذرزس ش ص ض ط ظ ل ن

There are Fourteen Qamariyyah letters: اب ج ح خ ع غ ف ق ك م ه و ي

In this post, I would like to summarize basics of Arabic grammar for beginners. We will discuss here parts of speech  in Arabic grammar, verbs in Arabic grammar, Nouns in Arabic grammar in simple English. These basic Arabic grammar rules will serve as the foundation for a beginner or Preschool kids.

So, without further ado, let’s begin and make the basics of Arabic grammar super easy 😉 (إن شاء الله)

How to begin learning Arabic Grammar?

Dear Students Learning any language begins with learning its alphabets,Arabic Alphabet Flashcards, Basic Grammar Rules, words and then we make sentence. Similarly, Learning Arabic language can be broadly classified into 3 broad categories:

  • Ilm ul Aswat (علم الأصوات)
  • Sarf (الصرف)
  • Nahw (النحو)
  • Ilm ul Aswat (علم الأصوات)

This is the first level of studying Arabic language in which we study letters e.g. ي،د،ح etc. We learn, How to pronounce letters ?

  1. Understand point of articulation of letters i.e. Makhraj(مخرج)
  2. Understand characteristics of letters i.e. Sifat(صفات) A part of this ilm comes under study of Tajweed.

Sarf (الصرف)

This is the second level where we study the whole word (كَلِمَة) e.g. زيد, يدخل, ثُمّ. We study the rules related to a word e.g.

  • فعل مجرد
  • فعل مزيد  And so on …

Nahw (النحو)

This is the third level in which we study the entire sentence i.e. Jumla (الجُمل) OR Kalam (الكلام). One fine point is in النحو, We study كَلِمَة in الجُملة, Not كَلِمَة by itself.

Before moving forward to parts of speech. I would love to quickly discuss,

Definition of Kalam (الكلام)

Meaning useful expressions, useful arabic phrases And by Useful we meant when we finish our talking (i.e. الكلام) the listener is not waiting for anything else.
Example: جاء زيد إلى البيت(Zaid came to the House) is a full statement (اللفظ المفيد)… إن جاء زيد إلى البيت (If Zaid came home …) is Not full statement (اللفظ غيرُ المفيد) because the listener is waiting for the rest of the sentence.

Part of Speech in Arabic Grammar

أقسام الكلام

There are 3 parts of Speech in Arabic Grammar. Every word that we read/speak will fall into following 3 categories,

  • Noun (Ism) (اسم)
  • Verb (Fa’il) (فعل)
  • Harf (حرف)
  • Ism (اسم)

Ism in Arabic Grammar can be compared to nouns in English language (Caveat: I want to keep it simple) e.g. زيد, فاطمة, كتاب etc. To identify اسم from an Arabic sentence there are few signs, which we will discuss now.

Fa’il (فعل Verb)

Fa’il in Arabic grammar can be compared to verbs in English language e.g. كتب, يذهب ,اخرج

Harf (حرف)

Harf in Arabic grammar can be compared to prepositions in English language e.g. … من إلى عن على.

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Ahlan, Arabic Lovers, you know that Arabic parts of speech are mainly; a noun, a verb or a particle. But How can we differentiate between these parts of speech? In a previous post, we learnt about the Arabic alphabet tracing, Arabic Alphabets letters pdf, Arabic letters in English, Arabic Language Alphabet and Arabic Alphabets with English Translation

Dear Students Here’s a bird eye view at what you’ll find in this Article and PDF books:

  • Chapter 1: What is speech?
  • Chapter 2: Types of words
  • Chapter 3: Signs of the اسْم
  • Chapter 4: حُرُوْفُ الجَرِّ (The particles of jarr)
  • Chapter 5: Signs of the فِعْل
  • Chapter 6: The sign of the حرف
  • Chapter 7: The grammatical status of words (إعْرَاب)
  • Chapter 8: Implied status and fixed words
  • Chapter 9: Four types of status
  • Chapter 10 – It all adds up: Idhafah (the possessive phrase)
  • Chapter 11 – Going high with رَفْع, Part 1: ضمة
  • Chapter 12 – Going high with رَفْع, Part 2: و
  • Chapter 13 – Going high with رَفْع, Part 3: The letter ا (Alif)
  • Chapter 14 – Going high with رَفْع, Part 4: ن
  • Chapter 15 – Standing tall with نَصْب, Part 1: Fathah
  • Chapter 16 – Standing tall with نَصب, Part 2: The letter ا (Alif)
  • Chapter 17 – Standing tall with نَصْب, Part 3: Kasrah
  • Chapter 18 – Standing tall with نصب, Part 4: The letter ي
  • Chapter 19 – Standing tall with نصب, Part 5: Dropping the final ن
  • Chapter 20 – Getting down with خَفْض, Part 1: Kasrah
  • Chapter 21 – Getting down with خَفْض, Part 2: ي
  • Chapter 22: Partly flexible nouns (Arabic Grammer)
  • Chapter 23 – Getting down with خَفْض, Part 3: Fathah
  • Chapter 24: The signs of جَزْم
  • Chapter 25: Words that take status using vowels
  • Chapter 26: Words that take status using letters
  • Chapter 27: Conjugating past tense verbs
  • Chapter 28: Conjugating present tense verbs
  • Chapter 29: Kinds of verbs and their Rules
  • Chapter 30: 10 Particles of Nasb (Nasb-izers of verbs)
  • Chapter 31: 18 jazm-izers of verbs
  • Chapter 32: 7 types of nouns in raf’(Noun and its kind)
  • Chapter 33: The فاعِل (Doer) (Doer of the action)
  • Chapter 34: The نائب الفاعِلِ (substitute for the doer)
  • Chapter 35: The مُبْتَدَأ and the خَبَر
  • Chapter 36: نَوَاسِخُ الْمُبْتَدَأِ وَالْخَبَرِ (Influences that cancel the mubtada’ and khabar)
  • Chapter 37: التّابِعُ لِلْمَرْفُوْعِ (The Grammatical follower)
  • Chapter 38: باب النَّعْتِ (The chapter on the adjective)
  • Chapter 39: Definite and Indefinite Nouns
  • Chapter 40: العَطْف (Conjunctions Verb)
  • Chapter 41: التَّوْكِيْد (The emphasis)
  • Chapter 42: الْبَدَل (The substitute)
  • Chapter 43: 15 types of nouns in نَصْب
  • Chapter 44: المَفْعُوْل بِه (The direct object)
  • Chapter 45: المَصْدَر (The absolute object)
  • Chapter 46: ظَرْفُ الزَّمانِ وَظَرْفُ الْمَكانِ (The frame of time and the frame of space)
  • Chapter 47: الحَال (The Condition)
  • Chapter 48: التَمْيِيْز (The distinction)
  • Chapter 49: الاِسْتِثْناء (The exception)
  • Chapter 50: اسْمُ لا (The noun negated by لا)
  • Chapter 51: الْمُنَادَى (The vocative)
  • Chapter 52: الْمَفْعُوْل مِنْ أجْلِهِ (The cause for the action)
  • Chapter 53: الْمَفْعُوْلُ مَعَهُ (The object of accompaniment)
  • Chapter 54: The remaining four nasb-ized nouns
  • Chapter 55: 3 types of nouns in جَرّ

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