Hi, I started learning MSA by myself 6 weeks or so ago, but there are some very basic concepts that I have not yet grasped. For example, how would one say 'running is good for you'? This confuses me, as I do not know how to whether to use إلى in the 'for' part or whether there is another word. Also, when one talks of something having a general result for all people, such as 'eating too much is bad for you', is أنت used, similar to English? Furthermore, is there a rule for changing verb forms to fit into nouns related to the actions, such as 'to run' going to 'running' or 'to study' going to 'studying'. Does it involve adding an alif? Lastly, are there any good websites out there for learning Arabic grammar? I bought the Easy Arabic Grammar book, but it doesn't go very far. What are some good resources? Sorry if I didn't use the right terms, I'm quite ignorant when it comes to linguistic terminology. Thanks in advance.