Nominal sentences where the predicate is a verbal sentence
31 Arabic phrases of the type nominal sentences where the predicate is a verbal sentence 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 a verbal sentence that refers to the subject in some way. The subject comes before the verb, otherwise it would be verbal sentence and not a nominal sentence.
he was engrossed in his work1
The children are doing well.1
The queen lives in a castle.
And the best poet lives in this city.5
The desolation braids its braids.4
The loneliness shakes off its dust.4
The women will be impressed by my money.5
Your daughter likes fruit.5
And I try to be like what you say.7
I am eager to visit the sick.8
I do not believe in love with half measures.3
I am the first among the horses.3
The tourists head towards our countries.8
The letter, the girl writes it.
The girl writes the letter.
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