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Arabic Prepositional Pronouns: (to me, for you, about her …any pronoun with a preposition preceding it)

 

It’s easy to use the prepositional pronouns in Arabic; you just add the suffix below to the preposition, which looks exactly like the ones we learn before in the possessive object, above:

 

Arabic Prepositional Pronouns

Singular

Dual

Plural

Me: preposition+i  ي

 

You (masculine): preposition+k   كََ

 

You (feminine): preposition+ki    كِ

 

Him: preposition+h  ه ،  ـه

 

Her: preposition+ha  ها

 

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

 

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

 

We: preposition+naa  نا

 

You (plural masculine): preposition+kum   كُم

 

You (plural feminine): preposition+kun  كُن

 

Them (plural masculine): preposition+hum  هُم

 

Them (plural feminine): preposition+hun هُن

 

 

So to say “come to me” we would add the prepositional pronoun “me = i” to the Arabic preposition “to = ila”, so “come to me = taala ilai = تعال إلي

Said to me = qaal li قال لي   .

 

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