When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective pronouns. When they are connected with a noun, they are equivalent to possessive pronouns. Examples: كتابـي Ketabee (My book), كتابـها ketabuha (Her book), كتابـُك ketabuka (Your book (m)).

Note: When they are connected with a verb, they are equivalent to objective pronouns. When they are connected with a noun, they are equivalent to possessive pronouns.

Arabic Possessive Pronouns

Arabic Lesson Department of Linguistics at UIUC

Arabic Alphabet Worksheets for Kids | Education.com

Here's a fun horse science project/experiment for kids. Problem: Can you train a horse to remember pictures? In this experiment, kids tempt a horse with a delicious carrot and see if she can remember where that carrot may be hidden.

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