Tags » Nominal

Arabic Sentence Types (I)

There are two basic sentence types in Arabic, as the student of Arabic will typically learn at an early point in their studies. These two types are the verbal and nominal sentence, so let us quickly survey each of them, before asking you to question your assumptions. 481 more words

Suheil Laher

Rambling on the Devout

Recently a gentleman introduced himself to me as “A devout Lutheran.”  Then, by God’s grace, I read about a celebrity who described himself as “A devout atheist.”  What constitutes a devout atheist, pray tell?   291 more words

General Ramblings



1 : of, relating to, or being a noun or a word or expression taking a noun construction

2 a : of, relating to, or constituting a name… 113 more words


Data Types

It is common to start with data collection activity, whenever we want to analyse and make some decisions with confidently. In order to analyse these data we have to know the various types of data available and their classifications. 565 more words

Every religion prays. Nonbelievers pray this way.

I never tire of challenging myself on the subject of prayer. Why? Because there are few barometers, few gauges, in this world that tell me more about myself, and about others, than that of prayer. 315 more words