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The Sunna of Eid

Among the Sunna`s  that a Muslim does on the day of Eid is: 1. **Performing Ghusl (ritual bathing) before going out for the prayer:** It’s authentically reported that Abdullah ibn Umar used to perform Ghusl on the day of Eid al-Fitr before going out to the prayer place. (Al-Muwatta 428) Imam Nawawi mentioned the consensus of […]

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 Interrogative pronouns in Arabic

Interrogative pronouns in Arabic are used to ask questions. They help inquire about people, things, places, times, and more. Let’s delve into the world of Arabic Interrogative Pronouns. These essential linguistic tools facilitate inquiry and drive understanding within conversations. Here’s a comprehensive guide: Interrogative Pronouns in Arabic: Paving the Way for Inquiries and Understanding مَاذَا

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Possessive pronouns in Arabic

Possessive pronouns in Arabic indicate ownership or possession of something by someone. They agree in gender and number with the noun they modify. Here’s a lesson on possessive pronouns in Arabic: Singular Possessive Pronouns: My: مُفْرَد: مِنّي (minni) – my (for masculine and feminine nouns) Your (masculine): مُفْرَد: مِنْكَ (minka) Your (feminine): مُفْرَد: مِنْكِ (minki)

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How Technology Can Enhance Arabic Language Learning

Learning Arabic as a second language can be both rewarding and challenging. OpenAI’s language models and AI technologies can play a significant role in supporting language learners. Here are some ways in which OpenAI can assist in learning Arabic: Language Modeling and Translation: OpenAI’s models, such as GPT-3, can generate Arabic text, provide translations, and

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