اَلضَّمَائِرُ اْلمَرْفُوْعَةُ اْلمُنْفَصِلَةُ – The Nominative Detached Pronouns (Lesson 10.2)

Note 5: These pronouns are most often the subject of a sentence. Hence they are regarded as مرفوع – in the nominative case. See 6.4. They are called مُنْفَصِل because they are pronounced independently.

Note 6: Also remember that أَناَ is always pronounced اَنَ without the alif.

Note 7: When speaking, pause (waqf) at the end of sentences as mentioned in Exercise No. 1. However, initially, continue writing all the harakat.

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