Arabic Pronouns

Detached Personal Pronouns الضَّمَائِر الْمُنْفَصِلَة

أَنْتَYou (masc. sing.)إِيَّاكَYou (masc. sing.)
أَنْتِYou (fem. sing.)إِيَّاكِYou (fem. sing.)
أَنْتُمَاYou (masc. fem. dual)إِيَّاكُمَاYou (masc. fem. dual)
أَنْتُمْYou (masc. pl.)إِيَّاكُمْYou (masc. pl.)
أَنْتُنَّYou (fem. pl.)إِيَّاكُنَّYou (fem. pl.)
هُمَاThey (masc. fem. dual)إِيَّاهُمَاThem (masc. fem. dual)
هُمْThey (masc. pl.)إِيَّاهُمْThem (masc. pl.)
هُنَّThey (fem. pl.)إِيَّاهُنَّThem (fem. pl.)

These are called “الضَّمَائِر الْمُنْفَصِلَة” (Detached Personal Pronouns)

That which is attached (i.e. suffixed) to the الْفِعْل (only) occurs in for example:

كَتَبْتُI wrote
كَتَبْنَاWe wrote
كَتَبْتَYou (masc. sing.) wrote
كَتَبْتِYou (fem. sing.) wrote
كَتَبْتُمَاYou (masc. fem. dual) wrote
كَتَبْتُمْYou (masc. pl.) wrote
كَتَبْتنَُّYou (fem. pl.) wrote
كَتَبَ (هُوَ)He wrote
كَتَبَتْ (هِيَ)She wrote
كَتَباَThey (masc. dual) wrote
كَتَبَتَاThey (fem. dual) wrote
كَتَبُوْاThey (masc. pl.) wrote
كَتَبْنَThey (fem. pl.) wrote

That which is attached (i.e. suffixed) to the الْفِعْل or the الاسْم occurs in for example:

عَلَّمَنِيْ كَتَابِيْMy book taught me
عَلَّمَنَا كَتَابُنَاOur book taught us
عَلَّمَكَ كَتَابُكَYour book taught you (masc. sing.)
عَلَّمَكِ كَتَابُكِYour book taught you (fem. sing.)
عَلَّمَكُمَا كَتَابُكُمَاYour book taught you (masc. fem. dual)
عَلَّمَكُمْ كَتَابُكُمْYour book taught you (masc. pl.)
عَلَّمَكُنَّ كَتَابُكُنَّYour book taught you (fem. pl.)
عَلَّمَهُ كَتَابُهُHis book taught him
عَلَّمَهَا كَتَابُهَاHer book taught her
عَلَّمَهُمَا كَتَابُهُمَاTheir book taught them (masc. fem. dual)
عَلَّمَهُمْ كَتَابُهُمْTheir book taught them (masc. pl.)
عَلَّمَهُنَّ كَتَابُهُنَّTheir book taught them (fem. pl.)

These are called “الضَّمَائِر الْمُتَّصِلَة” (Attached Personal Pronouns).