My dear late dog Sultán, this sentence is in your honour.
Why is dog/kelb pronounced as 'kelbon'?
(the vowel is 'a' and it is followed by nunation)
So the -un sound is because the dog is subject but are those things ever written out? (I guess they are called nunciations?) Or is that what makes it a nunciation? That it isn't written.
The nunation should be written ideally. If not written it is implied to be there. Like in this lesson, it should be written.
The rules are more complex grammar but in this basic sentence order (noun - adjective) the nunation would be there.
This seems like a tautology
I ment dog but made spelling mistake o instead of g???