There is no verb "is"
True. An Arabic sentence doesn't need to have a verb in it.
Arabic sentences do not use the verb "to be" in the present tense but they do need to use other verbs in sentences.
So its just "bob happy"?
انا بالعربية ما عرفتش شنهي bob هذي
Technically "happy Bob" is also correct but it rejected it for some reason.
No, because Arabic attributive adjectives need to be definite if the noun is definite. Because Bob is a name, it's definite, so 'happy Bob' would have to be بوب السَعيد
Bob is happy
What is the difference between سعيد and مبسوط?