If I want ask Bob if he is hungry, do I use the same sentence?
You could add هل (hal) or ا (2a) at the beginning. 'hal anta ...' or '2a anta ...' (are/do you ...)
You listen to his tummy rumbling
You are hungry, Bob. Now, come to my restaurant.
Sounds like Pop not Bob
Why did it give me a typo for using You're instead of You are?
If you typed "you're" and it was marked wrong, report it. "You're" and "You are" have the same meaning in English. But if you accidentally typed "your" or "you'r" then that is an error.
Why is "you're" marked as mistaken?
Bob sounds more like Blob!
What is the difference between جوعانٌ and جَوْعان?
Same word with and without diacritics, basically, which are always optional. Adding ٌ to the end though shows specifically that the word is indefinite and in the nominative case.
It should be Bob are you hungry
There's no question mark
Anyone down to play some guilty gear?
What if i want to say that "i am hungry" is it work "أنا جَوْعان"?