Both the letter bi ب and the preposition min مِنْ can be used to give emphasis in Arabic.
A solo pronoun can be used to give emphasis. Such هو or هي is called Damir el-fasl ضَمِير الْفَصْل.
In Arabic there is the grammatical subject and the so-called “logical subject”, which is used in connection with quantifiers.
Arabic knows two plural forms depending on the number of things: plural for small numbers (jama’ al-qilla) and big numbers (jam’ al-kathra)
Conditional sentences (if clauses) can cause you a headache in Arabic. Sometimes you need the majzum-mood of the verb – here are the rules.