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accent accusative added addition Adjectives admit ADVERBS affect affixed affixed pronouns agrees Arabic becomes called Cambridge changed classes College Comparative Conjugations considered construction dammah declined definite Derivative Dual employed English EXAMPLES excepted expressed Feminine fethah final frequently gender genitive gives governs Greek hundreds Imperative indicate interrogative irregular kesrah language Masc Masculine negative Nominative Notes Nouns of Action observed particles Passive Past Permutation Pers person Plural Positive preceded prefixed preposition Pres Present Primitive pronouns properly Radical regular relative require respectively retained rule sense sentence serves signifies Sing single Singular sometimes substantive Superlative Tense term terminal thee third thou tive treated Triliteral units University usually Verbs vowel weak letter write written Zeid إن الله عشر فعل لا ما وں
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