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Parts of speech in Arabic Language are:

1- ism ( noun ) ‫ اسم‬name of a person or animal or anything has a name.

2- fe'al ( verb ) ‫ فعل‬a verb in past or present or future.

3- harrf ( compound letters ) ‫ حرف‬example ( ‫ قد‬- ‫ في‬- ‫ عن‬- ‫ الى‬- ‫ ) من‬as ( to - of - from - but ).
‫ مثال‬: ‫جملة باللغة العربية على أقسام الكالم‬

An Arabic sentence ( Jumllah ) as an example on Parts of Speech:

‫ ذهب محمد الى السوق‬means Mohamad went to the market.


If we want to identify and recognize the types of words in this sentence,we will divide them as ( nouns ) (
verbs ) ( horrof). Horrof or Ahruff means letters and this word horrof is a plural form
of harrf like feet of foot.

1- nouns are ( ‫ ) محمد‬Mohamad is a name of a person and ( ‫ السوق‬means the market ) market is a name of a
place.We have 2 names in this sentence ( mohamad and market ) and the is an article = ‫ال‬

2- verbs are ‫ = ذهب‬went ( we have only one verb here which is went )

3- horrof (letters) are ‫ = إلى‬to ( we have only one letter here which is to = ‫) الى‬. In Arabic we call words
like ( to, of, from, in, and, but, if ) horrof and they are conjunctions used to connect nouns , verbs and
words together to make phrases or complete sentences .