"هٰذِهِ جارَتهُ روزا."
Translation:This is his neighbor Rosa.
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English uses possessive pronouns that agree with the possessor and not with the object in possession. "His neighbour" if it's a man's, "her neighbour" if it's a woman's. Arabic does the same, although the neighbour can be specified as being a woman by adding a ة at the end.