{Our - Your (Dual) - Your (Masc. Plu.) - Your (Fem. Plu.) - Their (Dual) - Their (Masc. Plu.) - Their (Fem. Plu.)} IN ARABIC

نا (naa) - كما (komaa) - كم (kom) - كنّ (konna) - هما (homaa) - هم (hom) - هنّ (honna)

examples :

Book = (kitaab) ْكِتاب

Our book = (kitaabonaa) كِتابُنا

Your book (speaking to two persons) = (kitaabokomaa) كِتابُكُما

Your book (speaking to more than two men) = (kitaabokom) كِتابُكُم

Your book (speaking to more than two women) = (kitaabokonna) كتابُكُنَّ

Their book (speaking to two persons) = (kitaabohoma) كِتابُهُما

Their book (speaking to more than two men) = (kitaabohom) كِتابُهُم

Their book (speaking to more than two women) = (kitaabohonna) كتابُهُنَّ

July 20, 2019


Wow that's a lot of varieties! Thank you for the list.

July 20, 2019

But very easy to memorize :

1.naa - 2. (komaa - kom - konna) - 3. (homaa - hom - honna)

July 20, 2019

Thank you! شكرن

July 21, 2019

spelling of thank-you is: شكراً (shukran).

the last letter is an alif with tanween fatHa (makes "an" sound).

Also note that "Hello" in arabic has the tanween as well: مرحباً (marHaban)

Best wishes from a fellow Arabic learner

July 23, 2019

شكراً Many thanks! There are soooo many things to learn... So many hours already and all I can say to my Arabic friends is "your neighbour is weird" or "are you a doctor, Samia?" If they understand what I'm trying to say at all... Cause most of the time I'll get the ah's and ch's wrong. But when they do, it's great fun! Best wishes - Keep up the learning spirit!

July 23, 2019

The good news is that in Arabic everything is pronounced exactly how it is spelled (unlike English!)

There is a lot to learn, but so far it has been very fun and rewarding - keep up the learning spirit as well!

July 24, 2019
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