you in arabic

How to say you in Arabic?

Learn how to say you in Arabic when speaking to a man, a woman, and a group of people. At the end of the lesson you will find a quiz to help you consolidate the knowledge you have gained today.

Pronouns are the first thing new learners of Arabic will learn. It is difficult for beginners to memorize all the pronouns at once. Our advice is to start with the pronouns you will need in conversation at a very basic level, and then gradually learn more. The first pronouns you will definitely need from the very first lessons are I and You. Today, we will focus on the latter.

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Today you will learn:

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you in arabic

You in Arabic for male

If you are addressing one man you should say أَنْتَ , which is pronounced anta.

You in Arabic female

If you are addressing one woman you should say أَنْتِ , which is pronounced anti.

You in Arabic dual male

If you are addressing two men you should say أَنْتُما , which you should pronounce antumaa.

You in Arabic dual female

If you are addressing two women you should say أَنْتُما, which is pronounced antumaa. You may notice that this is the same as the previous case. Dual for male and female is the same.

Dual female and male

If you are addressing two people: a woman and a man you should say أَنْتُما, which is pronounced antumaa. Again this is just like the previous two cases.

Plural male

While addressing a group of men you should say أَنْتُمْ, which is pronounced antum.

Plural female

While addressing a group of women you shouldsay أنْتُنَّ , which is pronounced antunna.

Plural female and male

If you are addressing a mixed group (men and women) you should use the same form as for the masculine plural. So it would be أَنْتُمْ (antum).

Quiz

Check what you remember from this lesson. Practice what you learned today by solving a quick quiz:

How to say you in Arabic quiz

Check if you know how to say you in Arabic!

If you have trouble remembering all the pronouns try memorizing them with this popular children’s song.

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