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Question 1 of 14
How many types of sentences are there in Arabic?
I don't know
Question 2 of 14
Which of the sentences below read, "The new Imam entered his house"?
الإمام الجديدُ دَخَلَ سيارتَهُ
الإمام الجديدُ دَخَلَ بيتُهُ
الإمام الجديدُ دَخَلَ بيتَهُ
دَخَلَ الإمام الجديدُ بيتَهُ
Question 3 of 14
The tanween at the end of a noun makes it definite.
Question 4 of 14
A verb is the name of a person, place or thing.
Question 5 of 14
In Arabic, prepositions cause the noun that follows them to become...
Question 6 of 14
Irrational plural nouns are treated as:
Question 7 of 14
Dual members of the body are treated as:
Question 8 of 14
When an adjective follows a noun, how many areas should these two words agree in?
Question 9 of 14
The possessor in an idaafah construction will always take AL?
Question 10 of 14
When counting numbers from 3 - 10 in Arabic, the gender of the number will agree with the gender of the singular version of the noun your counting?
Question 11 of 14
Words on the pattern فَعْلَانُ are considered as diptotes?
Most of them
Question 12 of 14
Verbs on the pattern فَعَلَ refer to which tense?
Command form of the verb
Question 13 of 14
We change a past tense verb from the singular masculine into the single feminine by:
Adding a taa at the beginning of the verb.
Adding a yaa at the beginning of the verb.
Adding a taa at the end of the verb.
Adding a wow and alif at the end of the verb.
Question 14 of 14
Any noun with a taa al-marbootah at the end of the word is feminine.