I wonder if we are going to be thought why does it sounds like Dawwidun instead of Dawwid.
Yeah, I hope someone can help explain this. Throughout the course I have not understood this.
I think it is to do with the case. -un is the nominative ending for masculine words. This still doesn't explain why Bob isn't pronounced Bobun though.
Bob is foreign name , it's not Arabic. And that's why you don't have the "un" there. By the way even Dawood shouldn't have the "un"
It's pronounced incorrectly. It should be pronounced like Dawoodu. An it should not have a "n" sound in the end because it's not an Arabic name originally and that's the rule in Arabic. Also I don't think names should be changed like this David should stay David and not Dawood.
You're right. But David is still pronounced Dawood in Arabic. Like how Abraham is Ibrahiim in Arabic.