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Nominative Cases of a Verb

15. When is a verb put into the nominative case?
A verb is put into the nominative case if it is not preceded by a subjunctive or jussive preposition. For example: یَنزِلُ المَطَرُ (The rain is falling.)

16. Are vowel signs present at the end of a weak verb?
If the last letter of weak verb is an alif, the dummah is erased in the nominative case and the fathah is erased in the subjunctive case. But, if the last letter of the weak verb is either a wāw or a yā', the dummah is erased in the nominative case because of the difficulty of pronouncing it.

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