Maysoor: Arabic, Lesson 03 (Demonstrative/Interrogative pronouns)





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Uploaded on Jan 6, 2011

Maysoor are proud to present the third in a series of learning Arabic tutorials. This video explores how to use a demonstrative pronoun and also covers some interrogative pronouns in Arabic.

There are many different types of demonstrative pronouns in Arabic. In this video, we will only cover one. A demonstrative pronoun used when we are pointing out something or someone specific. For example, "This is a student". The word "this" is the demonstrative pronoun. This video explores the conditions for using "this" in Arabic.

An interrogative pronoun, is placed at the beginning of a sentence and is used when asking questions. In this video, we explore 3 different interrogative pronouns and their uses.

This video has been produced in conjunction with Al Madinah Students 2010.

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