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Why 'Jaaratuhu' and not 'Jaaruhu'? We have been learned that adding 'uhu' means His. And since jaar means neigbour....jaaruhu
Rosa is feminine, hence, it is a feminine neighbour, جارة and therefore his neighbour is جارتة .
هذه To referring to female
هَذا To referring to male
The key is in the feminine form of the word 'jaar' (since we talk about Rosa).
All the other forms (my/his neighbor) suggest the masculine form of the word ('jaar', not 'jaarat')
جاري works too since you dont that you have to say "his neighbor"
No, جاري means "my neighbor" when referring to a male neighbor.
how will you say: "This is my neighbor, Rosa"?
هذه جارتي روزا
por favor, ayúdame con estas since in English you cannot write them.( and I see you reached level 25 in Spanish)
Esta es mi amiga Rosa VS esta es mi amiga, Rosa. thanks in advance.
It seems to have a problem with the "Select the missing word" question. The sentence is backward so it appears as "روزا ..... هٰذِهِ" instead of "هٰذِهِ ...... روزا"
? why HIS neighbor ? shuoldn't be HER neighbor Rosa? Rosa is a feminine name
No, Rosa is the neighbour. The possessive suffix ـه is masculine and therefore it‘s his.
I don't understand.
If I'm referring to a female neighbor I should say "this is HER neighbor Rosa". Am I wrong?
But why should a female neighbour be HER neighbour? Why can't a man have a female neighbour, ie, HIS (female) neighbour?
Can someone PLEASEEEE explain the difference between heh-the and heh-thih