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silvia-s May 7, 2011, 7:20 am
is there a rule to form the comparative of adjective as it is in English i'm Romanian and when i learned English i did it with rules , can you help me with rules pls
maha266 September 17, 2014, 3:02 am
There is a channel on YouTube I highly recommend it for you ( learn Arabic with maha )
Not me another Maha
khaduj October 18, 2014, 6:02 pm
If you go to Language & Culture 4.8 you will see some grammar rules. However, with colloquial Arabic, rules are not followed much because it is spoken, not written (except FaceBook chatting), and it is spoken by people of different areas and different economical classes which creates differences. Now, if you want grammar rules, study fuS7a (Modern Standard Arabic), but I warn you, it is enough to drive a person nuts! LOL

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