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Arabic Tutor - Volume Three

Arabic Tutor - Volume Three

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9. When the predicate ( ) is definite ( ), and there is a
possibility of the predicate being confused with an adjective
( ), a ( ) is inserted between the subject

( ) and ( ). The word-form of the pronoun will

correspond with the ( ).

Examples: ( ) – Undoubtedly only Allāh
provides sustenance.
( ) – Those are the people who succeed.

If the ( ) is removed from the middle, it will become a

(

) – an adjectival clause and the meaning will

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change. Therefore it is called ( ) – a pronoun that

distinguishes between the ( ) and the ( ).

Similarly, in place of the ( ), if there is the elative - (
), there too, a ( ) is inserted, e.g.
( ) – Hāmid was better than Khālid.

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