This well known textbook on Arabic grammar is newly edited and in full colour print. It includes detailed explanatory notes from various commentaries. The Hidayatun Nahw is entirely based on the Kafiya, it follows the same format and it mostly serves as an easier explanation with more examples for the Kafiya. The text is divided into three parts, one for ism, fi'l, and harf each. The structure of the text is excellent and the examples are extremely useful in understanding intricate points.
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