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We are currently looking for volunteers to review the linguistic annotation in the corpus. If you come across a word and you feel that a better analysis could be provided, you can suggest a correction online by clicking on an Arabic word. New messages or suggestions still under discussion are shown below. Resolved comments on morphological and syntactic tagging have been archived (5230 messages).

Messages 1 to 43 of 1685:

 (36:54:3) (36:54:3) Should this not be فعل مضارع مبني للمجهول... Maqbool Ahmad 11 April 14
 Yes indeed, it should be amended to be as follows: V – 3rd... Abdul Rahman 11 April 14
 (17:101:8) isn't this noun accusative, plural, masculine? In... Csilla Kász 10 April 14
 N – accusative masculine plural noun Abdul Rahman 11 April 14
 (11:46:11) The particle here is not NEG but PRO, the "la" of... Abdul Rahman 10 April 14
 (11:46:12) I think this verb has not the 3.SG.F but the... Csilla Kász 10 April 14
 You are absolutely right. V – 2nd person masculine singular... Abdul Rahman 10 April 14
 (33:59:8) Should this be Form IV? (This suggestion was not... Kais 28 August 13
 Yes Form-IV, Verbal noun إدْنَاءٌ in jussive state. Mazhar A. Nurani 31 August 13
 I think (33:59:8) should show verb Form IV Maqbool Ahmad 6 April 14
 V – 3rd person feminine plural Form IV imperfect verb... Abdul Rahman 7 April 14
 (33:14:11) I think (33:14:11) should belong to verb form V Maqbool Ahmad 4 April 14
 (31:22:11) I think (31:22:11) should be صفة مجرورة instead... Maqbool Ahmad 2 April 14
 ADJ – genitive feminine singular adjective, the sign of the... Abdul Rahman 3 April 14
 (17:43:2) Form VI Asim 6 June 13
 I think (17:43:2) should show Verb form IV Maqbool Ahmad 31 March 14
 Form VI is correct. V – 3rd person masculine singular Form... Abdul Rahman 1 April 14
 (61:6:24) the word "ahmad' has the root of ha meem da and... Mansoor Ahmad 18 March 14
 (22:52:11) Form V Asim 6 June 13
 (22:52:11) Should show Mazeed Feeh bab V for تَمَنّىَ Maqbool Ahmad 10 March 14
 (69:25:10) The suffix PRONOUN is 1st person singular... Abdul Rahman 14 February 14
 (69:25:9) did my last message get through? there was no... khalil 8 February 14
 Regarding 69:25:9 and the verb "ūta" - you have labelled it... khalil 8 February 14
 Yes, 1st person singular, passive imperfect verb Abdul Rahman 14 February 14
 (69:26:4) PRON – 1st person singular possessive pronoun is... Abdul Rahman 14 February 14
 (4:105:13) The verb is 2nd person imperfect masculine... Abdul Rahman 14 February 14
 (4:105:12) The particle "la" here is PRO -- la al-nahy --. Abdul Rahman 14 February 14
 (3:152:18) Isn't the verb in 3:152:18 form IV as opposed to... khalil 8 February 14
 Yes. Verb: Perfect; Third person; Singular; Masculine... Mazhar A. Nurani 13 February 14
 Object pronoun:plural Mazhar A. Nurani 13 February 14
 (16:69:12) The current English translation is "THEIR... Ozgur Cetiner 11 February 14
 (7:17:2) Firstly, this should be labelled as V – 1st person... khalil 8 February 14
 (4:105:10) Same for: 4:105:10. The verb here should be... khalil 8 February 14
 (2:143:4) feminine Clay 8 February 14
 (3:18:11) "qaiman" is an "indefinite active participle", but... Jean-Christophe 3 December 13
 qāiman is singular, and it applies just to Allah Abdul Rahman 5 December 13
 Remember "angels" and "owners of knowledge" are plural and it... Syed Raheemullah 30 January 14
 (6:50:20) Mood: Nominative Mazhar A. Nurani 25 January 14
 Sorry; Mood: Indicative Mazhar A. Nurani 25 January 14
 (Messenger) Hello Sir, Thank you for this valuable corpus... John Arun Kumar 22 January 14
 (41:11:4) the word "al sama" is singular, thus it could mean... Clay 19 January 14
 (14:8:4) - (14:8:4) I think the description should be فعل... Maqbool Ahmad 13 January 14
 You are absolutely right. Jussive. Abdul Rahman 18 January 14

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