The relative Pronoun “who” is written as “الذي” in the Arabic language. This, like the demonstrative pronoun, has the feminine, the masculine, the dual and the plural forms.
Here are some examples of sentences illustrating the use of the singular masculine and feminine forms:
Translate the following sentences to Arabic:
The apple on the table belongs to the Khaalid
The cow in the garden is for the farmer
The teacher who came out of the mosque now is a new teacher
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