"أَنْتِ دُكْتورة وَأُسْتاذة يا ريم."
Translation:You are a doctor and a professor, Reem.
June 28, 2019
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Yes, if it were an original sentence, you could place it at the beginning or at the end. But when translating, it is best to stick to the original sentence whenever possible, unless that would make the sentence unnatural.
They didn't add a coma in the options so I didn't have a choice and yet it's still wrong