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The Preposition

Just wondering if all Nouns followed by a Preposition such as فى  and من will always end up with Kasrah/Kasratin?



yes thats right, you should study grammer (e3rab) to know when we put dama/fatha/kasra, it has rules in general ^_^

I think you mean nouns FOLLOWING jarr letters?


well , the answer is no.


أَنْتَ تَعِيشُ فِي بَيْتِكَ


the noun بَيْتِكَ end with a Fat'ha.


Sally Ali: Do you agree with me?

NO no no Osama ^_^ , the example you say is wrong as it actually follow the law after the preposions the word will be with kasrah
so in your example you should say, َأنت تعيش في بــَـيــْـتــِك
as in e3rab : في .. حرف جر
بيتك ..بيت = اسم مجرور بفي و علامة جره الكسرة
ك=ضمير مبني في محل جر مضاف إليه
so we pronounce the pronoun ك with fatha, but give it e3rab with kasrah as it is مضاف إليه that's why we say مبني :)

Good point there. But the question was kind of generic. I thought I should put that example. We wouldn't want Shai to put kasrahs where she shouldn't now do we ? :D 


All noun comes after حرف جر should takes KASRA

< حروف الجر < من إلى عن على في ب ل حتى

but the is another noun doesn't take KASRA it's named الممنوع من الصرف



من سليمانَ
الى عمرَ 

في مساجدَ

Yes, that's right I forgot to say that, الممنوع من الصرف doesn't take the kasrah as kamel said :)
Osamah, I don't undersatand your question ^_^

Signs of المجرور fall into several categories. الممنوع من الصوف is one category. Some words do not show any sign. Some plurals fall into another broad category and the dual is yet another category. Note also that prepositions are not the only reason a word is المجرور. 

Basically yes for singular nouns.

Dual and plural, and names (of people) have a different rule you will learn in higher levels of grammer if you are still a beginner.


The example one brother gave :

في بيتـِكَ

بيتـك is two words and not one word

بيتِ+ كَ = your house

ك = your

so the kasra would be at the end of the word "بيت" and not the ك




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