Collective nouns, plurals and singular units are tricky in Arabic. What are the correct patterns, are they masculine or feminine and should we treat them as singular or plural? An overview
Your have several options to express the comparative and superlative in Egyptian Arabic. An overview.
Arabic grammar was of special interest in Europe especially in the 19th and early 20th century. Here is a list of the TOP FIVE Arabic grammarians from the West
Do you know how to say "small", "upper", "Turkish coffee", or "secondary" in Egyptian Arabic? This article will explain tricky things about the adjective.
Arabic is usually written without vowels (tashkeel). The website Forvo can help you to find the correct pronunciation of Arabic words and names.
The Arabic broken plural has the effect that scholars still debate how to properly classify the several branches of Semitic languages.
Episode #4 of my series "9273 roots": 20 questions for Hanada Taha Thomure who develops standards to measure text levels in Arabic.
Does Allahu Akbar mean "God is great" or "God is greater" or "God is the Greatest"? There is no clear answer. There even might be an underlying ellipsis.
The Islamic call to prayer is a tricky construction. In Sunni Islam, the muezzin uses khayr (خير) which strangely denotes a comparative (better). Why?
The word الدنيا (al-Dunya) means the world. But that is only the interpretation of the word - but not the literal meaning!