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  • These are the personal pronouns whose endings remain the same in both the subjunctive and the muDaari 'environments -- ` antunna and hunna.

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  • Alternatively, "their room" in the feminine is ghurfatuhunna (you add the feminine plural possessive suffix - hunna).

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  • Part I: Getting Started Fun & Games Match the personal pronouns on the left column with their Arabic equivalents on the right. you (MS) we they (FP) you (FS) he I The answers are in Appendix C. huwa ` anta ` anaa naHnu ` anti hunna Chapter 3

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  • Arabic hunna ` antumaa humaa humaa Pronunciation hoo-nah an-too-mah hoo-mah hoo-mah Translation they (FP) you (dual) they (M/dual) they (F/dual)

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  • Chapter 2 you (M): ` anta we: naHnu they (F): hunna you (F): ` anti he: huwa I: ` anaa Chapter 3

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  • “Shawir hunna wa khalif hunna,” which may be translated:

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • "Shawir hunna wa khalif hunna," which may be translated:

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • Hamlet-hunna (Women's Hamlet) -- a production of the Creativity Centre in which

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • Arabic Pronoun naHnu ` antum ` antunna hum hunna ` antumaa humaa humaa Pronunciation nah-noo an-toom an-too-nah hoom hoo-nah an-too-mah hoo-mah hoo-mah Translation we you (MP) you (FP) they (MP) they (FP) you (dual) they (M/dual) they (F/dual)

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  • Personal Pronoun naHnu ` antum ` antunna hum hunna ` antumaa humaa Translation we/us you (MP) you (FP) they (MP) they (FP) you (dual) they (dual)

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