What are the differences between أَنْتَ and أَنْتِ? Is it just depending on usage?
The first is for males, the second for females.
Ah, I see. Thank you!
What does the "yaa" mean?
Used for direct address, calling to someone (vocative). Apparently it's used often as equivalent for English "Hey + person's name"
I forgot the "yaa" and therefore was wrong. However, I thought it wasn't mandatory, so I didn't put it. Is it neccessary? And if: what are the rules?
Same i did the same mistake as you.
I could be wrong, but when it comes to the english translation, the "yaa" seems to be when addressing someone directly, but is used like "Where is Bob, George?" In which case the "yaa" signifies the comma in between them? Any clarity on this?
I don't think it signifies the comma. But I guess you could look at it that way for starters if it helps.
Why are "inta" and "inti" pronounced the same on the individual word, as "int-" even though they are written differently for m and f?
How to write the small a, small u and the small i on the arab keyboard please ?
Long press on the full stop and you'll see some harakats/iraabs
It doesnt really make a difference
I did it correct but it not get accepted