Name stuff  - nouns and gender


🔴 See also: Listen then repeat out loud, Be careful, Drills, Picture drill, Situational drill


 Situational drill: Introduce yourself and others.


Question                                    Answer

أنْتَ مِنْ أيْنَ؟ 

إنْتَ مِنْ فِينْ؟
25 Inta min fiin?
You are from where?

أنا مِنْ تونِسَ

أنا مِنْ تونِسْ
26 Ana min Tunis.

I am from Tunis.

هُوَ مِنْ أيْنَ؟

هُوَّ مِنينْ؟ (أوْ مِن فينْ)؟
 27 Huwwa mineen? (aw min fiin?)

He is from where?

هُوَ مِنْ كَنَدا

 هُوَ مِن ْ كَنَدا
Huwwa min Canada.

He is from Canada.

هُمْ مِنْ أمْريكا؟

هُمَّ مِنْ أمْريكا؟
29  Humma min Amriica?

They are from America?

نَعَمْ، هُم مِنْ هُناكَ

أيْوَهْ هُمَّ مِنْ  هِناكْ
30 Aywa, Humma min hinaak. 

Yes, they are from there.

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The preferred word order for MSA/Classical is to place the interrogative particle in the beginning of the sentence as follows: مِنْ أيْنَ أنت؟  However, the order used in the table above is also acceptable.




Beware:Proper names of places mentioned in this exercise are

all diptotes (unless the proper name is foreign such as Canada).

 Diptotes cannot take nunation. Nunation means two dammas, two

 fathas, or two kasras appearing at the end of the word.




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