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Batuuh dhhaniitu. She is alive, well. يت ُ َب ٌتوه ڈ َه ٍن Hinin dhhaniiba. We (M) are alive, well. ِه ِنن ڈ َه ٍنيبه Hinin dhhaniita. We (F) are alive, well. ِه ِنن ڈ َه ٍنيته Baraakna dhhaniibaana. You (PL M) are alive, well. َبراكنه ڈ َه ٍنيبانه Bataakna dhhaniitaana. You (PL F) are alive, well. َبتاكنه ڈ َه ٍنيتانه Baraah dhhaniiba. They (M) are alive, well. َبراه ڈ َه ٍنيبه Bataah dhhaniita. They (F) are alive, well. َبتاه ڈ َه ٍنيته Adjectives ending in oo Ani adaroobu.
Tak eeya. A man came. تَك ێيه Da eeyaan. Some men came. ده ێيان Tak rhan. I saw a man. تَك ر َهن Daab rhan. I saw some men. داب ر َهن Definite NPs <166> As has been said above, nouns usually come with a definite article. The definite article would even be used in general statements such as W-hataay daayi naatu 'A horse (LIT the-horse) is a good thing'. <167> The following sentences introduce different forms of the definite article. Nouns with Definite Article Uukaam eeya.
Girl / It is a girl. ۆت ُ / ۆت PL: da / Daaba. men / They are men. دابه/ ده m'a / M'ata. women / They are women. مأَته/ مأه ar / Ara. boys / They are boys. arit / Aritta. girls / They are girls. e. with an article. This is true even for general statements such as 'water will run its course' or 'advice is a good thing': Aayam oodham sakeen. [The] waters follow [the] course. Uumkir daayi naatu. [The] advice is a good thing. نات ُ أُوم ِكر دايے <164> The definite article and the plural form should be considered part of a noun.
Beja Pedagogical Grammar by Klaus Wedekind, Charlotte Wedekind, Abuzeinab Musa