Hello, I know that Arabic omits the verb "to be" in the present indicative. Further, I know that to create a nominal sentence that links definite nouns (nouns with the definite article) with adjectives we place the adjective into indefinite nunation along with proper case, gender, and number. For example, السَاعَةُ نَظِيفةٌ "The clock is clean." However, what if I want to link two nouns nominatively in the indicative present? Would I use the same paradigm? For example, would الطَبِيبُ رَجُلٌ mean "The doctor is a man." ? Further, what if I want to link two definite nouns together nominatively in the present indicative? What if I wanted to say: "The man is the doctor." Would I say: الرَجُلُ الطَبِيبُ ?