كِ = Your - An attached pronoun for أَنْتِ (You-Feminine)
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كِ = Your
An attached pronoun for أَنْتِ (You-Feminine). It has the same concept as the previous attached pronouns.
It is used for belongings/ownership.
Your book = كِتَابُكِ
كِتَابٌ + كِ(أَنْتِ)
Your grandfather = جَدُّكِ
جَدٌّ + كِ(أَنْتِ)
Difference between separated pronouns(SP) and attached pronouns(AP):
1. SP: Nouns are after the pronouns.
AP: Nouns are before the pronouns.
2. SP: Nouns and pronouns must be of the same gender. AP: Nouns and pronouns are not required to be of the same gender.
3. SP: The nouns must be referring to human only. AP: Nouns can be objects/human.
The attached pronouns should be referring to 2nd person and females.
*When we attached the pronouns to the nouns, the nouns should not have ال at the front nor tanwin (ً ٌ ٍ ) at the end of word.
You can remember these two pronouns by the baris.
أنْتَ - كَ Both are fathah(for males)
أَنْتِ - كِ Both are kasrah(for females)