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1. What is the definition of a noun in Arabic grammar?
a. A word that denotes an action
b. A word that denotes a quality
c. A word that denotes a person, place, thing, or idea
Answer: c
2. Which of the following is not a gender in Arabic nouns?
a. Masculine
b. Feminine
c. Neutral
Answer: c
3. What is the function of the article "Al" in Arabic nouns?
a. It indicates the gender of the noun
b. It indicates the plural form of the noun
c. It indicates the definite form of the noun
Answer: c
4. What is the plural form of the Arabic noun "kitab" (book)?
a. Kutub
b. Katabat
c. Kitaab
Answer: a
5. Which of the following is not a type of Arabic noun based on its form?
a. Broken plural
b. Sound plural
c. Dual
Answer: c
6. What is the difference between "ism" (noun) and "fi'l" (verb) in Arabic grammar?
a. "Ism" refers to a person, place, thing, or idea, while "fi'l" refers to an action or state
b. "Ism" refers to an action or state, while "fi'l" refers to a person, place, thing, or idea
c. There is no difference between them
Answer: a
7. What is the function of the suffix "-un" in Arabic nouns?
a. It indicates the gender of the noun
b. It indicates the plural form of the noun
c. It indicates the definite form of the noun
Answer: b
8. Which of the following is a proper noun in Arabic?

a. Al-bayt (the house)
b. Al-shams (the sun)
c. Al-qahira (Cairo)
Answer: c
9. What is the function of the possessive pronoun in Arabic nouns?

a. It indicates the gender of the noun
b. It indicates the number of the noun
c. It indicates the owner of the noun
Answer: c
10. What is the difference between "mudaf" (possessive construction) and "idafa" (noun phrase)?

a. "Mudaf" is a type of noun phrase that indicates possession, while "idafa" is a construction that consists of two nouns in a genitive relationship
b. "Idafa" is a type of noun phrase that indicates possession, while "mudaf" is a construction that consists of two nouns in a genitive relationship
c. There is no difference between them
Answer: a