Kana and Its Sisters كَانَ وَأَخَوَاتُها

  Preceded by كَانَ to be, or by one of its sisters, the subject, which no longer occupies the first place in the sentence, becomes the noun of كََانَ , and remains in the nominative case by assimilation to the active subject; the predicate of the subject becomes the predicate...

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