Pronouns are words used instead of nouns and are used the same way in both the Arabic and the English Languages. For example, in introducing my self, I would say ” ُاِسْمِي سَوْدَة” which mean “my name is Saodat“. Then in a second sentence, I will mention my profession by saying “أَنَا مُدرِّسَةٌ” ( “I am a female teacher”). In this second sentence, I have used the pronoun “أَنَا” which means “I” to represent Saodat.
Other pronouns such as you, she and he are written as أَنْتَ,أَنْت), هِي َ, هُوَ) respectively.
These pronouns, unlike the possessive pronouns, are used to represent nouns and not attached to them to indicate the possessors.
أَنَا, أَنْتَ,أَنْت, هِي َ, هُوَ are used in sentences as shown below:
Saodat Alimi holds an ijaaza in Qur’an Memorization, a higher diploma in Arabic and Islamic studies and a Bachelor degree in Chemistry education.
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