What funtion does يا have in this sentence?
It's a way to signify you're addressing someone in the second person and not just mentioning their name.
You could argue it's unnecsarry but that's how arabic speakers do it
Think of it as "O'" from Old English - "Farewell, O' Arthur"
Maybe not the best sentence haha but it's the same as that...
Also, I'm not sure, but I don't think this word is used in actual spoken dialects, so I wouldn't worry about it too much
The Word Shukhraran comes in quran
FIRST It IS CONFUSING FOR ME
I learned يا as "hey" in a different app. It just shows vthe name of the person when i click it. So does it generally mean you're saying something to someone in particular and get their attention?
yes,it means to get their attention.
Thank you ,Rosa -in this sentence I wrote -Thank u ,Rosa.Hahaha.I wrote it in brief.Then why that is wrong?