This is a short story about a mother in Arabic with English translation.By creating this story, I hope you will get more Arabic vocabulary and more grammar to develop your Arabic language.I will write the sentence in Arabic first then I translate it into English.Below is an example of how to describe your mother in Arabic.

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A short story about my mother

أُمِّيْMy motherأُمِّيْ رَبَّةُ البَيْتِMy mother is a housewife.اِسْمُهَا مَرْيَمُHer name is Maryam.هِيَ اِمْرَأَةٌ نَشِيْطَةٌShe is an energetic woman.تَسْتَيْقِظُ مُبَكِّرًا كُلَّ يَوْمٍShe wakes up early every day.ثُمَّ تَطْبُخُ فِي الْمَتْبَخِ وَتُجَهِّزُ لَنَا طَعَامَ الْفَطُوْرِThen she cooks in the kitchen and prepares breakfast for us.أَنَا أُحِبُّهَاI love her.

Word by word explanation

1. أُمٌّ means mother.2. أُمِّيْ means my mother.ي is possessive determiner for I (singular first person) => myTherefore أُمِّيْ is my mother.3. رَبَّةُ البَيْتِ means housewife.4. اِسْمٌ means name.هَا is possessive determiner for she (a singular third person for female) => herSo, اِسْمُهَا = her name.5. اِمْرَأَةٌ means woman.اِمْرَأَةٌ is singular.نِسَاءٌ is the plural form of اِمْرَأَةٌ , so نِسَاءٌ means women.6. نَشِيْطٌ means diligent; hardworking; enthusiastic; energeticRead the sentence above, we notice the words اِمْرَأَةٌ نَشِيْطَةٌThis is na"t and man"uut (ṣifah and mauṣuf), in English we called it a noun and it"s adjective.In Arabic, there is an agreement between noun and adjective. Read the material here:- a noun in Arabic- noun gender in ArabicLet"s back to current material, you can see اِمْرَأَةٌ is singular, female, indefinite. Therefore the adjective must be in singular, female, and indefinite form.نَشِيْطٌ becomes نَشِيْطَةٌ7. تَسْتَيْقِظُ means wake up; get upتَسْتَيْقِظُ is for fi"il muḍaari" (verb) for ḍamir أَنْتَ (you) and هِيَ (she).If you want to look for the meaning of تَسْتَيْقِظُ in the dictionary, you must know the base form.The base form (fi"l maaḍi and fi"l muḍaari) is => اِسْتَيْقَظَ - يَسْتَيْقِظُ (istaiqaẓa - yastaiqiẓu).So, اِسْتَيْقَظَ (istaiqaẓa) means wake up; awake; get up.8. مُبَكِّرٌ means earlyAntonym for مُبَكِّرٌ is مُتَأَخِّرٌمُتَأَخِّرٌ means late9. كُلَّ يَومٍ means every day.10. ثُمَّ (thumma) means then11. تَطْبُخُ means cook.تَطْبُخُ is verb form for pronoun أَنْتَ (you) and هِيَ (she).The base form (for ḍamir/pronoun هُوَ) is طَبَخَ - يَطْبَخُ (ṭabakha - yaṭbakhu).Beside يَطْبَخُ, we can say يَطْبُخُ (yaṭbukhu) also.12. مَطْبَخٌ (maṭbakhun) means kitchen.13. تُجَهِّزُ (tujahhizu) means prepare.The base form of تُجَهِّزُ is جَهَّزَ - يُجَهِّزُ (jahhaza - yujahhizu)14. طَعَامٌ (ṭa"aamun) means food15. فَطُورٌ (faṭuurun) means breakfast or first meal of the day.16. أُحِبُّ means love.أُحِبُّ is form for ḍamir أَنَاThe base form is أَحَبَّ - يُحِبُّ (aḥabba - yuḥibbu).هَا is object pronoun for she => her.So أَنَا أُحِبُّهَا means I love her.

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