How can one discern between "My friend George is amazing" and "My amazing friend George"? Would the latter have "amazing" after "friend" rather than after George like in this instance?
my excellent friend George =
صديقي الممتاز جورج
When you say the first which is my friend George is amazing you are describing him as amazing but in the latter you are more likely saying that your friend george is amazing as a sentence starter and not if you wanna describe him
صديقِي جورجُ ممتازٌ
"Sadiiqii juurju mumtaaz(un)"
Habiby means my love. It is over used.
What is it about the sentence that indicates "is"?
If this new word is for friend, than what is Habibi?
The words, صديقي and حبيبي, can be used interchangeably to call "my friend". But, both also have other different meanings, for example, حبيب means "lover" while صديق is "true person".
wow, duo accepts : "George My friend is amazing".
maybe its "george, my friend, is amazing".