When I listen to the whole sentence, I hear "2anti" for the first word (or "2anta" in the case of a male), but when I hover over just that word, I just hear something like "2ant" or "2anth" whether it's male or female. Why is that?
Usually, at the end of a sentence and thus, also for standalone words, you do not pronounce a final short vowel.
Why does "أَنْتِ" get "تِ" at the end and not "تَ"? Does it have something to do with the following consonant "ر"?
When you are talking to a female: تِ , When you are talking to a male: تَ
Why isn't the yaa used here?
I assume that is because it is not calling to Rosa, but simply stating that she is her. "يا" would be used to address somebody, i.e. "Thank you, Rosa!".
Yaa is mean "O"
I think its will be weird if
"You are o rosa"