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Arabic Object Pronouns:

Object pronouns in Arabic are me, you, him, her, us, you (plural) and come after a verb; In Arabic they’re as follows:

 

Arabic Object Pronouns

Singular

Dual

Plural

Me: verb+ni  ني

 

You (masculine): verb+k   

 

You (feminine): verb+ki    كِ

 

Him: verb+h  ه ،  ـه

 

Her: verb+ha  ها

 

You (dual male or female): verb+kumaa  كُما

 

Them (dual male or female): verb+humaa هُما

 

We: verb+naa  نا

 

You (plural masculine): verb+kum   كُم

 

You (plural feminine): verb+kun  كُن

 

Them (plural masculine): verb+hum  هُم

 

Them (plural feminine): verb+hun هُن

 

 

So to say in Arabic “you show me”, after conjugating the verb and adding the “you” to it, you need to add the object pronoun “me” to it as well, note that “you show me” in Arabic is written like “youshowme” meaning that the subject pronoun + the verb + the object pronoun are all connected, “you” as a prefix and “me” as a suffix of the verb “show”, so it would be (you show me = turini تُريني ) (you show us = turina ترينا )  (you show him = turih تريه ). Try to memorize these Arabic Pronouns, as they’re very important.

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