In Unit 1 you met the singular pronouns. Now here are the plurals:
Notice that there are three words for ‘you’, depending on whether you are addressing a male (ínta), a female (ínti), or a group (íntu).
The Arabic equivalent of the English possessive pronouns (‘my’, ‘your’, ‘our’ etc.) are suffixes joined to the end of a word. For example, bint means ‘girl’ or ‘daughter’, but bínti means ‘my daughter’.