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Old 07-31-2017, 08:02 AM
Ejaz2 Ejaz2 is offline
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Default 3rd Person Singular with Plural Nouns

I am not sure in which book this question may be covered. I was wondering: Why is that when a verbal sentence has plural noun following it, it still starts with the third person singular (whether it be masculine or feminine)?

For example,

صَامَ المسلمونَ شهرَ رمضانَ

دَخَلَتِ البناتُ الفصلَ

Barakallaahu feek.

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Old 07-31-2017, 12:13 PM
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Assalamu alaikum

This is in Key 2, Lesson 5.

For video lecture watch: DVD 04, Part A2, 23:50
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Assalamu alaikum

This is in Key 2, Lesson 5.

For video lecture watch: DVD 04, Part A2, 23:50
Barakallaahu feek!
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