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"هِيَّ دُكْتورة مِن أَمْسْتِرْدام."

Translation:She is a doctor from Amsterdam.

August 14, 2019



Am i crazy or does the narrator use the suffix "ton/tawn" randomly after every other word?

This is screwing with my head. Its making me feel like I must have missed something universally critical


They dont explain it but im pretty sure the "en" sound between words stands for "is"


I suggest Duolingo should have a lesson on the suffixes "un," "an" and "in." As the lessons get more complex it does cause a bit of confusion. That seems to be the complaint on many of the comment sections too.


It's hard to remember that "hea" means she

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