Arabic Grammar Introduction – Arabic Grammar Rules
• Nominal sentences start with a Noun, and can be made without a Verb or Subject.
• Verbal sentences start with a Verb, and have at least a Verb-Subject sentence structure to them.
More on: Arabic Sentence Structure
• The Special character “ta marbuta” is added to indicate if a noun is feminine.
Some feminine Arabic nouns don’t always have the “ta marbuta”
• Inanimate objects are neither masculine or feminine.
• Arabic Nouns can be either Indefinite or Definite
More on: Arabic Nouns and Pronouns
• Future Tense Verbs can be created by adding sa or sawfa before the verb
• Modal Verbs don’t exist in Arabic. Neither do indefinite articles.
More on: Arabic Verbs Conjucation
• Adjectives only come after the noun they describe.
More on: Arabic Adjectives