A GUIDE to Arabic Prepositions' Usages

Arabic preposition free book guide to use it correctly, horoof al-jar

A Guide to Arabic Prepositions for Non-native Speakers
Usages preposition in Arabic sentences correctly has been always an issue for non-native Arabic speakers. Even advanced learners of Arabic find prepositions difficult, as a 1:1 translation is usually not possible. One preposition in your native language might have several translations depending on the situation. This guide is a participation to help learning when and which one to use in Arabic language. For each preposition, you'll find a table of most usages and plenty of examples. Some verbs in Arabic always come with specific preposition (s). That's why, reading a lot and looking them up in a dictionary can be very helpful. Free Book to Use I looked in different references and dictionaries to came up with simple way to deliver these information. I also used online Oxford dictionary to make comparison between Arabic and English prepositions. There are translation for all Arabic examples to help learners clear any confusing that might be in this area. Download the guide by clicking on button Download free Arabic book in file's header. Only for Non-Profit Purposes As you had notice, this edition is just a trail. You can use it for any education purposes for yourself and for others (if you're a teacher) but not for commercial usages. Arabic Prepositions Prepositions are short words that usually stand in front of nouns or pronouns. It called حُرُوف الجَر (= HOROF AL-JAR). These are the most common HOOOF AL-JAR in Arabic language: مِن (= MEN) عَلَى (= ÀALA) إِلى (= ELA) فِي (= FEE) عَن (= ÀAN) كـ (= KA) لـ (= LE) بـ (= BE) Challenge Yourself There were two questions that been in twitter and facebook. First one:
What is the difference between: تَكلَّمَ المُدِير عَنْك & تَكَلَّمَ المُدِيرُ فِيك & تَكَلَّمَ المُدِيرُ مَعَكَ View the answer HERE
Second question:
What is the diff between ماذا فَعَلتِ لِـشَعْرِكِ؟ ماذا فَعَلْتِ بـشَعْرِكِ؟ View the answer HERE
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