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Without the proper understanding of grammatical states you can end up saying The rat ate the cat when you actually want to say The cat ate the rat. An oft cited example for this is from the Quran: In English language we seldom see nouns changing their grammatical structure in sentences no matter whether they are subject, object, or part of possession in a sentence.
Take for example the following three sentences in English: The house fell I entered the house Door of the house Notice the noun house: The word house remains house. Not so in Arabic! Technically speaking there are 4 grammatical states in Arabic: Reviews Review Policy.
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