Nominal sentence where the predicate is a prepositional or adverbial phrase
40 Arabic phrases of the type nominal sentence where the predicate is a prepositional or adverbial phrase translated to English..
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An Arabic nominal sentence consists of two parts: a subject and a predicate. The predicate describes the subject. The subject is a noun that is definite. In this type of nominal sentence, the predicate is an incomplete sentence that either consists of a preposition and a noun or an adverb (word for time or place) and a noun. The sentence does not need any verb in Arabic since the verb (is) is implied in this type of sentence.
the view from the mountain is magnificent1
The player is in the middle of the field.
I have inspiration, energy and motivation.
The book is in three volumes.1
My shadow is all over the world.7
The rabbit is in the hat.
It is difficult to draw flowers.
The sun is in the south.1
The treasure is on the bottom of the river.
I have pain in the lower back.
The train is like lightning.
The train is like lightning regarding its speed.8
In urgency, there is regret.8
The public library is in front of you.8
There is fear in her eyes.
There's a woman in your life.3
In the quiet cottage there is grief.9
There are two gates to the orchard.8
The friend is (there for you) in misery.8
The girl is on the stage.
The table in the middle of the room.
The girl is in front of the house.
The lesson is in the afternoon.
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