Archive for May, 2008
Fi’l amri–the command form (or imperative form) of the verb–is derived from the second-person present-tense. You make three changes to the second-person present-tense verb to make the amr. We also discuss how to conjugate for anta, antum, anti, and antunna for the imperative.
Badal–something that stands in for something else. The badal passes on the grammar to the next word. The rules for badal are three: the badl must be an ismul-ishaara, and the word following it (which it displaces the grammar onto) must be a common noun that’s definite (usually with alif-lam).