There are 2 different "anta" (you) and I dont understand what the difference between the 2 is. Could anyone help me?
There's 2anta for males and 2anti for females.
Oh! I missed "yaa" in the sentence is it necessary to mention yaa for every person.
I did it exactly the way in correct answer but app counted as wrong
Is Carrie a female or male name? Because sometimes Carrie has a wife!
Carrie is definitely a female name, and they use feminine words for Carrie while saying she has a wife.
They are trying to normalize lesbian marriage
not true Cary is also man's name, different spelling. Cary Grant actor
Yes, but if you look at the pronouns and suffixes they use it is clear that they mean "Carrie" to be a woman.
What is the effect of the DIACRITIC above the double points over the t of Australia ?
I have the same question. I think it typically indicates an "uu" sound following the letter it's above, but I don't hear that in this case
unfortunately the hints are written in so small letters that they cannot be recognised
I dont understand the use of "ia" in this sentence, or its position
If you are referring to يا this is like saying, "hey", or "o-(name", so like "You(fem) from Australia o-Carrie". Basically it indicates who you're talking to, so it goes right before the name of that person.
When excatly do you use the "ya" before a name? Is it whenever you are talking directly to that person?
Yes this is like saying "oh" (the person's name).
I think 2anti is used for both "you are".