"The students are lazy" - how do we express that in gender-inclusive Arabic? It's not that difficult, writes Lisa Schor who has specialized in this topic
Adjectives in Egyptian Arabic can be tricky. Sometimes you need to form the plural. An overview of the most common plural patterns of Egyptian adjectives.
The plural of Mustafa in Arabic is difficult - because there is a weak letter involved. How do you form masculine human plurals with a possessive pronoun?
There are many options to form the plural of kafir (كافر) which is unbeliever in Islam. The most common are Kuffār and Kāfirūn. Do they mean the same?
They are both plural-forms of the noun شَهْر which means month. The original meaning of the word is:…