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You can easily emphasize a اِسْم by just adding the corresponding personal pronoun in its normal form after the اِسْم which you want to focus on. This form is called ضَمِير الْفَصْل – as it separates the subject from the predicate and provides some space in between.
Let us look at some examples.
|It is Khalid who sits there.||خالِد هُوَ الْجالِسُ هُناكَ|
|The engineers were the ones responsible for the success of the project.||كانَ الْمُهَنْدِسُونَ هُم الْمَسْؤُولِينَ عَنْ نَجاحِ الْمَشْرُوعِ|
|I have done my duty.||قُمْتُ أَنا بالْواجِبِ|
|He wrote the lesson himself.||كَتَبَ هُوَ الدَّرْسَ|
Do you know how to use personal pronoun as direct objects – in the accusative case? They do look different.
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