I think that is a mistake. The nominal rate refers to the equation rate, that is, the sentence without a verb dealt with in the first chapter. Now we come to verbal sentences that start with a nose shot. Each sentence beginning with a Nov is known in Arabic as a “nominal sentence.” Each time the subject precedes the verb, the verb corresponds to the subject in number and sex. See the following examples. 2. If the theme is not included in the sentence, the verb will again fully agree. In each sentence, the subject is composed of more than one person. Each individual is mentioned in the sentence. Sentences 1 and 2 show that the verb is consistent with the theme that comes immediately after.
Who are these verbs that refer to Allah or the messengers? 3. If the verb precedes a plural subject, the verb agrees with sex, but it is always singular. In the third sentence, we have a situation that sometimes happens in Arabic. Here, subjects (or topics like the case) are separated from the verb by one or more words. If this happens, if the subject is feminine, the verb can be singular feminine. Alternatively, the verb can be made masculine even if the pattern is feminine. In the third sentence, the normal chord would be feminine, because that is the first subject. However, as the verb is separated from the verb by one or more words, it can become a masculine singular. The fourth sentence illustrates this point. Note that the option to use either a female verbal singular or a male singular verbal does not depend on the presence of more than one subject in the sentence. For example, it`s easy to see the following: Situations in sentences 1-4 should be clear. The fifth sentence reminds us that the presence of a man in a group makes the male group grammatical.
The only exception to this rule is if you have two or more subjects that all follow the verb, as I described above. 1. When the subject appears before the verb, then the verb corresponds entirely to the subject (sex and number). In summary, the theme, if it comes according to the verb, agrees with it both in sex and in numbers; However, if he stands before him, he agrees with him in sex, but always remains unique. This rule is not influenced by the tension of the sentence, i.e. it applies to each verb and subject regardless of the tension. Can you start the following sentences with the verb that has this rule in mind? The theme of each sentence is now plural. Note that verbs are always singulied, but they correspond to the themes of sex. IN A SENTENCE THAT, WITH A VERB FOLLOWED BY A PLURAL SUBJECT, THE VERB ALWAYS WANTS TO BE SINGULAR AND WANTS TO AGREE WITH THE SUBJECT ONLY IN GENDER. If we abandoned the subjects of these two sentences, the verbs would indicate number and sex.
That is, the verbs would become plural. Our two sentences would be: you`ll like it. It`s easy. Typical Arabic phrases begin with a verb.