Nahwa Nahwin Jadeedin (Arabic) - Hardcover
Author: Daud Al-Lakel
In Arabic grammar, nouns and verbs are divided into two. The first is indeclinable, mabni, and signifies a word keeping the same mode of termination and ending with a quiescent letter or with a particular vowel, not by reason of any governing word, ámil. The second is parsable, muárab, and means a word changing often with diverse termination because of what occurs to it by reason of a governing word ámil. This theory of the 'governing word'changing of the vowels of parsing, harakat al-írab, namely rafá (nominative), nasb (accusative), jarr (genitive) and sukun (vowellessness), either by expression or by assumption, according to the meaning intended, customarily prevails in Arabic grammar.