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Sound plural, questions, plural pronouns

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    Fliti B.
    DZ
    Fliti B.

    Very nice course

    Cristina-Simona A.
    GB
    Cristina-Simona A.

    I find it a bit hard to understand the pronunciation sometimes and difficult to follow as she goes so fast, also the words don't have the vowels all the time and for an absolute beginner is quite important. But I manage somehow. Otherwise is a very good course. Thank you for the effort you put in this. I already recommended this course to my friends.

    Ammar Muhammad A.
    NG
    Ammar Muhammad A.

    Some subject pronouns take an extra vowel at the end when they’re followed by other words, to make the pronunciation smooth and easy, just like when you add an “n” to the indefinite article “a” to some words, “an umbrella” instead of “a umbrella” to make it easier to pronounce, same thing in Arabic, we add either “u” or “a” to many words to make them go in harmony with other words following them, we will go through that later, but for now you can keep using the articles without these vowels especially because you will be still understood even without adding them.

    Muhammad Salim A.
    NG
    Muhammad Salim A.

    JAID JEEDAN

    Nurfatma A.
    ID
    Nurfatma A.

    Very nice course

    Shahid I.
    AE
    Shahid I.

    Mumtaaz

    Sanaa J.
    JO
    Sanaa J.

    it shows us the different in use between singular and plural . nice , good and clear

    Abusaeed A.
    US
    Abusaeed A.

    It easy to make a question using Haal!

    Islam R.
    DZ
    Islam R.

    good

    Minerva H.
    ES
    Minerva H.

    I feel "plural" is one of the hardest topics to learn Arabic. :( Any suggestion, trick, shortcut?

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