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what is the difference between indefinite and definite particles?

The definite particle in arabic includes the letters 'alif' and 'laam' at the beginning of the word, so pronounced as 'al'. The purpose is to render the noun on which it is pre-fixed to. Consequantly, it is translated into 'the' in english. Indefinite words are words which do not have this prefix added to them.

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