Arabic pronouns



Definition: Arabic pronouns are words used in place of one or more nouns. Therefore, it may stand for a person, animal, place, thing, event, or idea.

Arabic is like English. It has two sets of personal pronouns: subject and possessive pronouns. There is some overlap among these sets. However, Arabic language has more pronouns Than English. This section will help you learn the most commonly used subject pronouns in spoken Arabic.

English Arabic
I أنا
you (male) أنت
you (female) انتي
he/it (masculine) هو
she/it(feminine) هي
we نحن
you أنتم
they هم

Examples:

  • You are my best Arab friend.
  • أنت يا صديقي العربي أفضل .

  • He speaks Arabic language as his mother one.
  • وقال انه يتحدث اللغة العربية واحدة والدته .

  • She enjoys traveling to Middle East.
  • انها تتمتع السفر إلى الشرق الأوسط .

  • They want to learn more about The Cairo.
  • انهم يريدون معرفة المزيد حول القاهرة .

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