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Mazhara

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Topic initiated on Sunday, May 09, 2010  -  12:21 PM Reply with quote
بِسمِ ٱلله الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيـمِ


Assalamo Alaikum,



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aboosait

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Posted - Tuesday, May 11, 2010  -  12:15 PM Reply with quote
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Assalamo Alaikum,



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Mazhara

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Posted - Monday, July 12, 2010  -  8:22 PM Reply with quote
Without having visited, what is the point in again elaborating it.



جار و مجرور/Prepositional Phrase

Recurrence: (1)01:01(2)11:41(3)27:30=3
It is also spelled as ; Recurrence: (1)56:74(2)56:96(3)69:52(4)96:01=4

"Beginning is with The Name/Code"


Convenience Tip-1 to swiftly grasp Arabic of Qur'aan.

By just remembering the Prefixed and Separable Prepositions we will be able to recognize and identify almost all the words which are NOUNS in Grand Qur'aan.

A preposition (حرف الْجر) is a single consonant coupled with a short vowel or is a word like which connects two nouns, or a verb and a noun to form a sentence. This is generally showing the position of one word to another. It always precedes a word and never follows the word.

2. A preposition always comes before a NOUN and it does not come before a verb. So by just knowing and remembering a preposition our mind will instantly determine hundreds of words of Qur'aan as certainly being Noun by a mere glance.

3. The noun following a preposition is changed from nominative case to the genitive case.

4. The noun followed by a preposition is called Majroor مَجْرُور which means the preposition has caused a change in its case from nominative to genitive case.


Analysis: Grammar, Syntax, Morphology, Concordance. Statistics-Root; Concatenation/Contiguity and Colligation

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