Final case is used for marking final cause ("for a house"). Semitic languages had that case, but all of them lost it[not in citation given]. In Arabic, nouns in such position are marked by the accusative marking (e.g. ǧadda ṭalaban li-l-ʼaǧri he worked hard for the sake of reward).
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