If you have own a cat you are
Cutest phrase yet.
Is this an Arabic expression or just a Duolingo-y sentence?
It is NOT an Arabic expression at all
No. It's a Duolingo-sentence
My cat has many chairs; I am merely one of them.
U will understand if u had a cat
You are the cats everything, silly.
Strange sentence... I know it makes sense and has a simile-like meaning, but the lack of context in addition to the second-person viewpoint makes it weird.
Why isn't it al-kursi al-qita ?
kursi al-qita: the cat's chair
al-kursi al-qita : (this is unusual it means the chair itself is a cat, just as you say "batman" means the man is a bat as well)
usually, when you use two substantives, the first one is always undefined, the second one could be either undefined or defined
Am i the cat's chair: هل انا كرسي القطة
To learn new grammar aren't there more meaningful sentences?...