AL ustadha. I put "The" before the professor as its Al. It was wrong, why?
In English, you can say "the professor," but not "the professor Mohamad." If a name follows the title, then it cannot take an article like "the."
Would "the room of professor mohamed is expensive" work? I know I should used possessive suffix but I forgot (:
The word is feminine غالية، but it's pronounced as masculine غالي.
Why are we using ghaaliya here? I mean all of the other words seem to be masculine, yet it used ghaaliya instead of ghaalii
Because غرفة is feminine, and that's the word غالية is modifying
I typed "The professor Mohamed's room is expensive" and it was wrong :(
Why not غرقة أستاذِ محمد غالية?
If 2ustaadh is in the place of the 2nd term of the Idafa it can not take Al since there is the name (Mohammad). Like the sentence مفتاحٌ بابِ البيتِ. In this case, can the Bab take the article?
So mohamed is only expected spelling of Mohammed f u duo