Instead of أين you would say وين in the Levantine Dialect.
min 2ayn 2anti yaa juudii?
would '2anti min 2ayn yaa juudii' also be correct?
That's how I learned it.
Judy is 2anti or 2anta?
depends on if you speaking to a female or male person - "2anti" if you speaking to a female and "2anta" if you speaking to a male person.
(now in case of "Judy" it's generaly a name for a female person....)
Why are there 2 different endings for "you are" تَ or تِ
The first one, with the vowel marker on top, is for the masculine "you/anta". The last one, with the vowel marker below, which is used in this sentence, is for the feminine "you/anti".
So does the word order change from Subject-Predicate to Predicate-Subject for questions?
Can't find the Arabic for"where" in the options. All the "ant-" words are the same.
??? "Where" is "أَيْن / ayn". The transliteration is "2ayn". My computer was messing up when I tried to type the "2" the first time and kept putting it behind the Arabic word. :/