A quick check of only two attached pronouns (his and Your) reveal that they appear more than 2000 times. These are known as the attached pronoun.
We just learn Arabic pronouns which account for approximately 1300 words in the Quran. There are several things that you need to know about them. They are called independent pronouns and the role that they will play is rafa’. You should have memorised the independent pronoun/ before you move on.
If you haven’t this article will make no sense to you. So you must know huwa huma hum, hiya huma hunna, anta antuma antum, anti antumma antunna, ana nahnu. All these words are rafa no matter what the ending sounds are. All independent pronouns are rafa
What about Nasb and jarr? These can be found in the attached pronoun. What do we mean by attached pronoun? Attached pronouns are always attached to another word and usually at the end of the word. So what does the attached pronoun looks like?
Here they are
Attached pronouns are always attached at the end of words. Attached pronouns are always either nasb or jarr. In fact, there are a few attached pronouns in Suratul Fatihah. You can go to the Quran Corpus and check and see if you can identify them.
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