"Does Reem has a coat?"
Isnt the right answer?
As a question, it is "Does Reem have a coat?" As a sentence, it would be "Reem has a coat."
Verb "does" puts the verb "have" in indefinite tense.
I.e. "she does have a coat", but "she has a coat".
Has she a coat?
Does she have a coat?
is Coat being pronounced properly?
No, it's not pronounced properly. It should be pronounced /'mɪʕ.tˤæf/ "miʻṭaf"
Should'nt it be "indahu" or "indaha"?
,,Ahu"=hers ,,Aha"=his. Here you have the name reem so theres no possessive pronoun needed
I wondered the same thing. I don't want to mislearn it.
Coat has got to be the hardest word to pronounce so far