3 thoughts on “Madinah Arabic Book 1- Lesson04- Prepostions”

  1. Waalaykumassalaam wa rahmatullah

    Yes some gram books say it’s not and some say it is. I will do some more research. Inshaa Allah.
    I am looking for some text where I can actually see how it is used.
    Jazak Allah khayr.
    If you have some info please send it to me.


  2. Waalikum mussalam , it is both usages.
    As preposition it means “like ” انت كأخي (it will come before ism)
    كَ can comes as pronoun of nasb or jarr as رَبُّكَ، اُحبُّكَ . (after ism or fil)

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