Matn Alajurroomiyyah #04

Adnan Rajeh


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We talked about Rafa documenting the status of Rafa and we talked about the different markers of refer so that the markers that exist for refer, and that was what we kind of went through last time. Today we're gonna start with muscle bone, the goal was to go on to nossob note I'm going to I'm going to do a quick revision, so.

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meaning out of means that the word has flexibility to fill in different roles within the sentence to carry different roles within a sentence. So that means right, I always want you guys to remember the meanings of the words, because they're important they make a big difference out of means that a word is when the same word can have more than one capacity in a sentence, it can carry more than do more than one job based on where it lies in the sentence, right. So there are four different statuses within within a sentence.

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There is an offer,

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there is no sub

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there is Jarrah or, either way either word, and there's just some

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and we talked about offer we said offer is the status of a word that is the main character

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and it's

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or affected, unaffected.

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in its natural form, nothing came in and affected in any way nothing change anything about it, right. So that's what I felt would be right, that's a satisfied offer. Not

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the secondary character

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or main, but tainted or been affected

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by something, something affected it. So it's a main character, it could be a maker it was affected by something, something came and affected it to change its form. So it's no longer in its original form. So anything anything that is when I say affected and unaffected what it actually

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echoes into the Arabic like is pure purity. So what often is for something as pure it is what it is the way it is nothing nothing is touched it nothing's tainted it nothing affected it Nephalem it could be a main character in centers, but it's not pure because something came in and played around with it and changed and changed it. It's pure or normal

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status or situation. Okay, I know this these are just philosophical points

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and then genre is an unnecessary word in the sentence

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Yep, everything that is

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unnecessary in a sentence meaning the sentence could have lived and survived without it sounds would have been complete you don't need it. It adds something to the meaning obviously but if I had it not been there sentence would have been complete. Right? Just neutrality

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for now, for now until we study it in a bit more depth and show so we talked about this is the first status the pure status the main character, the main character of a sentence something untainted or unaffected, right and we said that how do we know something is more for there are a number of markers right there's ways for us to know if something is metaphor what are the markers of affair? What are the different markers of affair

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so what's the first marker or is it not? Is this

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I don't know you have to ask the

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I think I think it's working yeah should be working cello

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so what's the first marker of

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my so the most notorious one of all Islam right? So Obama

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and the one after that is what do we say? Oh, so yeah, so how to fill out the letter well and then

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the LF

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and then the noon or through to noon let's say to boot unknown because that's more accurate

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the existence of the note

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now, we said that these things these markers so this is the Obama the wall was actually the letter just the letter and the idea of just the letter and the noon just to noon right these are markers for different types of words correct like they're not each one is a marker for of effort different types of words for them, does anyone remember what when I want to give me some hints? What is what was Bama a marker for anyone I have an idea.

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geometric series, geometric series, right? That actually start with the most simple of all is

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minimum front, right? The the singular noun the singular noun is what through

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status offer if it has Obama on it.

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We did cover all this in me.

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Losing money, okay? So it's minimal fraud is the first one. So

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So, for realism in Freud

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the singular noun, right? Like, insane, like bait, like masjid, you would know that that is Marfa if we saw on top of it,

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Obama or two llamas, right again, for now, the one llama and two are interchangeable. There's no difference for now. Just consider them the same thing until we talk about why one would be with with or without, but isn't the same thing. The next marker, the next word that so what is minimal fraud? If you if I if I were to ask you again what is so what why did we write here the singular Now what does that mean? The singular noun is the word that when it has the status of refer, the marker is going to be a bomba for that. That's this is what this means what we're studying right now that's, that's the translation of what we're studying. The singular noun is the word that when it has the

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status of Raafat, meaning when it's the main character of a sentence, or it's a pure, untainted, unaffected word in the sentence is going to get a number.

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Right? It's not gonna get anything else to for us to know okay? geometrics here,

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the broken

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the broken plural, like masajid.

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Like massage is a good example for that right? Now, right? Number three,

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German and one at the Salem

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the sound feminine plural.

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when was Selena to

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the final final one, and fair a little Medora, the present tense verb

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a love Elam, your torso will be free he shapes

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the present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it. And we talked about verbs, present tense verbs that have things attached to the end of it, when we came to the noon meeting, we got started, you can you can attach things to the end of the present tense verb. But if you don't like the word

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there's a lot of things going to be attached to the end of this word, what we'll give examples in a second, right? So these are the four words that if they have the status of Raafat, meaning they're the main character of a sentence, a main character that is pure and untainted unaffected, then

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the marker will be right. No verb

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is not a character in a sentence, but it can be pure can it can be untainted, or unaffected or can be affected by something else, right? So unaffected by anything, it isn't as normal normal form, then it will be the Obama will be the marker for its status, right? As long as nothing is attached to the end of it, as long as nothing is attached to the end of it. Okay.

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So that means we attached to the end of it, well, when a noon, right, so now it's no longer something not attached to the end of it. So what would it become now? So now it's one of the five verbs of either cancer. And now, the marker tends to be the Bucha noon. So now we know it's about four if the need is still there. If you take out the noon, then it's not reliable, right? It's not there anymore. So if you add the wealth, which is called the web of Jamar right here, right? This is called the well of the plural Whoa. So here, yeah, play, he plays, or she, he plays for now. This is a present tense verb that is talking about a singular person, right and that they're in the third

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the third singular person right. Now if you want to talk about a group of people, then you have to add to the verb while with Gemma the plural well, but now you've added something. Now we've added something to the end of the present tense verb, when you add something to the present tense verb at the end of it, then Bama is no longer the marker of reference, it's gonna be something else. What is it going to be? There's going to be the Bucha noon. There's going to be the existence of the noon. So the noon is there your lab will then this is a pure untainted, unaffected, present tense verb, we will take out the noon intensity level.

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Right now Dhamma is a marker of the status of Rafa for four types of words for the singular noun. So four types

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have words the singular noun, the broken plural, the sound feminine plural and the present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it. Okay these four words if they are in the status of raffia I mean they're the main characters or the untainted pure words within the within the sentence then they will have Obama as their marker of effect. That's what we understood right now that's all we knew right now that's all we learned so far. Okay

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the second the second marker was in well

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and we said well works for to two things right? For two types of words for the sound

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masculine plural

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like mostly moon

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so the we're always the marker of the status for it and less metal comes to the five exceptional nouns

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do an fu no is the father of something right so the father of Sunday if you if you attach something to the end of it then it'll be

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a whole Hamill right to Abu Ali Abu Ali the father of Ali then the sounds of Ramadan is known by the world right it was gonna be well we will give it any other Ali or if it's division will be Abby Ali. So Abu is more or less anything else who who has met? Or who? Right or his brother who who to the world is the marker of profit for this word, right? What's the marker of nossob or zyada we'll come to that in a second when we when we study them we'll see what what the what it is and then we'll look at it from the other side and show who do mad and Fu Fu means mouth. So fu means is mouth hammer home is in law's a homies his brother a boo means his dad and do mad mean the person of doom

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is the owner of something so the owner of money the owner of anything anything you want, or it could be a boo ha her dad

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could be a hookah, your dad your your your brother so all of it works right? So what we know now basically from this is that there are two types of words that when they're in the status of refer the one was going to be their marker, it's the sound plural match the sound masculine plural and the five the five exceptional notes these are the two types of words that will have the well as their marker for for refer

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you what we did last time

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the third, the third type the third. The third marker for refer is an Elif

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the letter LF and it only exists in for one type of word, which is the what what did we talk we call it last time and within that

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where did I give it last time and within? So in Arabic there's singular there's plural singular being one plural being three and up and then two I just own thing in Arabic and English it doesn't exist one is the singular to

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the dual. Yes the dual. So the dual words. So when talking about two things it's not seen as plural it's not seen a singular is has its own entity. It's called Muthana right and within that like Muslim and

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the Elif is the marker of Rafa because if you wanted to if it wasn't more for there wasn't it didn't have the status will be Muslim main. Right? If it's more foreign then you're gonna know what's with the elephants elf mostly man that means it's more for either main character or untainted or ineffective or pure. Okay.

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The final marker

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is to move to noon

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and this works for file comes the five the five

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five verbs

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revise those with you guys one more time that file comes in because they're important because it helps you understand the first marker

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Alright, so the word that I example of.

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of the verbs that I gave at the beginning was was yet

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so get lab or to lab is going to be a bummer, because this is a present tense verb that has nothing attached to the ending

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Get the marker of raffia for it is going to be Obama right? Now if you attach anything to the end of it is going to be in June. Now what can you attach to the end of a present tense verb. So you can touch a couple of stuff like there's more than one thing we can touch. There are five different situations. That's why they call it five comes to the five different types of verbs.

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The first one Yeah.

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So let's say you want to talk about the third person plural, masculine, the third person plural masculine, you would say yellow baboon.

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And this is for the daughter because yes, these are present tense verbs only right?

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Let's say you're talking

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so the addressed plural, right so now we're gonna talk about the address plural, I'm gonna write them in front of them. So this is third party

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right. You want to talk to a bunch of people in front of you. So you will tell them tell Abu when

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the addressed plural

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let's say you want to talk to the

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address dressed plural, but you're but through the feminine address portal. So you're talking to a bunch of ladies in front

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in front of you

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are talking to sorry.

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You're addressing you're addressing the

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you're dressed you're addressing the singular feminine right so you say tell Abby

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so the addressed

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addressed singular feminine filament labin you to labin anteater labin

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then yella burn

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until I burn

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so yeah, burn basically means

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third party, dual.

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So, what this means I'll explain in a second. So the concept is playing. So if you're talking about a bunch of kids, or a bunch of guys are playing over there, that you would say how am I boon? Because they're plural a bunch of them? You're talking about them?

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Tell aboon if you come up to a bunch of people who come up to them, you speak to them you say and dumped a lab on you're playing? Right? You're talking to them?

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You come to a lady who's playing no singular on her own. Then he will say Andy, the lobbying you are playing right?

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There are only two people over there playing the stereo one left only two are left they will say Houma Yeah, Aladdin, right there's two of them. And if you come up to them, you say unto ma kalaba And you talk to them you say unto Ma, Taliban. I'll repeat that again. So if there's a bunch of people playing over there,

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boys and girls, you'll see how those guys are playing live and if you come up and speak to them, then you will say and dump the lagoon you are playing. Now if there's only one lady playing or when one girl then you will say you will talk to her he will say in detail abbien You are playing. Now if everyone leaves and only two people are playing then we talked about them when we say who Megalodon and if you want to speak to those two people, they will say unto Mata Lavon. And this is these are the different usages of these five of these five verbs. Now what what, what's in common between these verbs is that these marker of the status of Rafa for them is the noon

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is the existence of the noon. If you take away the noon, the word still works, but it's no longer a metaphor. It's something else No. So you can say it's right now it has a different status it must there must something must have affected it in the sentence in order for the new not to be there anymore.

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In the sort of use of meta, for example, call any

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movie right until the movie

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or sorry, until the movie.

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This isn't right.

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So that didn't have the same thing so that I

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didn't have that eyeball. So it's actually too heavy.

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When, right so this would look like this with the new one does have one doesn't have one, but there's no new one at the end of it. Why? Because it's not in the status of offer. So the new one is is yanked out of it. Right? If the new one was there, that would be the status out offer. Now I know you're thinking, what's the difference? Well, we'll come to a second of why how these things changed for now I just it's important to me that you know, what the status of what that means is either the main character or it's a pure word that's untainted and affected in a sentence, and that there are markers for that for different types of words. Every different different types of words have

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different markers for them to be metaphor, but the status of rifadin will explain why that exists in the sentence and it will make it'll make sense in Shell after that.

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Okay, well I'll repeat it a couple of times inshallah throughout the course until the May two guys memorize them but for now just know that there's different there's different usages for them there's third party use usages

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and then there's a dress tell everyone tell I've been in Taliban

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an example of a word that is not that has been used in the Quran. So I'm made as a loon right.

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So this is a present tense verb, that you can with confidence say is metaphor has a status of raffia why? Because the noon is there. And here you can say oh, this does not have the status of effect. Can you see what status it has? Not yet? Not yet, you guys you still you still the information? Of course, maybe you can't. But with information of offers, so far, you cannot see what it is. But you can say that it's not metaphor with with confidence. This is not what it has some of these tests. If you remember, we said verbs can only have three of the four statuses. It can either be a metaphor, monsoon, or zoom. A verb can never be measurable, never. And a noun can be a metaphor, monsoon and

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majeure can never be my resume. Right? So nouns and verbs have different things that they can and cannot be. Alright, so today we will continue inshallah by talking about an awesome the second status

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that a flexible word can have a flexible word and ascend this can carry is a muscle it can it can be the status of not so yes

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Are there other like there are other other incidents here but we're talking for present tense verbs right if you attach show while we're Yeah, or an edit to the end of it, and there's a new one at the end of it as well. If the news gonna stick that means this metaphor if it was not there, then it's not much fun. All right. So we move on in Charlotte to the willingness we come to Atlanta that's where we are in the text. If you have the text with the willingness B comes to it imagine for Nelson there are five markers. So remember raffia only had four markers, the llama the olive the world and the noon that's all I had. However, for Nelson we have to animate we have five markers for the

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awesome alright.

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And in fact tattoo will Elif will testify to will Yeah. Helpful noon. So we start with the first one. For me. Well, if I tell

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John to take, I'm gonna take all this off.

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I do hope that inshallah the repetition of it will.

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It will assist you in understanding the basic concept. So and

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there are five markers for nossob The first marker, what's the most notorious marker that you know for an awesome

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Fatah? Right? That's the most known, but this is what you're learning today is that it's not the only one. So basically, at the end of this, this section of the lesson, you will find out oh, so that is not the only marker for Raafat there's actually a couple of other ones. And Nephite has not the only marker for Nasim, there's other ones as well. And sometimes fat has not even a marker for Nasim, sometimes it's a marker for something else. So you'll find out that there's more variety than what we you know you knew initially. So if I tell

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so alpha tam is a marker of Nasim, for, for three for three different types of words for Taku Taku Allah Tenley Nasai faith settimo Alder, it is a marker of Nasim for three different types of words or in three situations, Phil is minimum flood

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you're gonna see this all parallels right you can see that oh, the bum and if I seem to have, you know, they seem to work together on the same types of words. So it's a marker in its minimum flood the singular noun.

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Right, so the word be Taos would have been a 10.

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Man module, or julienne

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Alright, so again for now, one fun time to Fatah are the same for when in fact I do the same. You don't see difference yet. You're still for you one for tattoo for Taiwan llama to Rama, it's all the same, we'll come to a point where we break that down and see what they're not. There's some times they differ. But for now they're interchangeable for you right?

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right, Simon?

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All right, so it's moving forward. So the singular noun

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the second

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second word, Gemma Dixie.

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The Broken plural.

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So the example that we keep on giving is massage and right.

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were the words we have.

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So there are different ways to in Arabic, there's a systematic way to take a singular word and turn it into a plural. And English is just you just slap an S at the end of it. But in Arabic, there's more than one way to do it. So sometimes there are words that are pluralized in a unorthodox manner. I mean, there's no there's no rule. It's just that's how it is. That is just how it's pronounced. So how do we go from Masjid to masajid? We added an elephant the middle of it, but that's not an actual systematic way of turning a word into a plural. Muslim. Muslim. Ooh, and that's a systematic way. Right? Muslim Muslim add. I didn't get to the end of the systematic but that's, that's structured.

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But there are ways with no structure you just you're gonna mix things up. Another example is like, totally conventional way you could say mister the moon was the was the was the need. They all work. Yeah. Yeah, but in the case of Paulo, you can't say on a moon fundament and a need. Yeah.

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So yeah, that's because like, Yeah, this isn't unorthodox, there's no structure to it is you just have to you just have to learn them. Yeah, so that's what's called a broken world, meaning it's not it's not it doesn't follow because everything in Arabic you're gonna find follows a formula follows a law and it doesn't follow law. It's just like it's a column. If you call a moon, right, that there's no such word there's no furl of column Qalamoun there's a column why I don't know no one knows. It's just how it is right? So it's a broken pole. So actually I'm very good a very good example is a column

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sometimes a word can be formalized in a traditional structured way and a broken way so the word says you

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know justified but for now you don't know the difference okay just for now we don't know for a fact how to fight has just don't see difference for now because you can it becomes too confusing, but I will explain to you inshallah ratio very soon, Will Ferrell Medora either Dhaka Allah you will I met us will be angry he che and the third third example. The third word is a fairly Muladhara the present tense verb

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either Elsa

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Willem yet das will be free he che.

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actually forget about this. Well, let me Let me

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Now if you go back to Obama, right, go back to the Obama for a second in your text. And you'll find that Obama is a marker for refer in a plural in a singular noun in a broken plural, right? And in the federal data, let me also be affiliation. And the fact is the marker of the status of muscle and the three in the similar three words, right? So let's say you take the same word that we took last time. Your lab

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we're not going to put anything to the end of it. No, well, no, no, I live No, no, yeah, no, nothing we can keep it the way it is. That if we're going to give it the status of muscle, we're going to add a ton right? Now why would we add if I tied to it, what changed something changed, something entered into the sentence that that tainted this, this present tense verb because like I said, the law firm means that the verb is pure. It hasn't been touched nothing changed it yet it is what it is. Here. When you see a Fatah is the marker of no service monsoon if it's monsoon Oh, that means something must have tainted this word. Something came in into the sentence and change the status no

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longer it's no longer functioning on its own something came into play around with it. Now what are the stuff that come and do that we'll study those in detail if we're going to but for now, I just need you to know that that a present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it will be known to have the status of knots of the marker of Nasim for it is going to be if I tell

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is that does that make sense? All right.

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Give a couple of examples.

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Think of a chronic

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example not very good at getting examples on the on the on the spot

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so also from Sweet user

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one want to mine who Rafi loon

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so yeah, cool.

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Yeah, good

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is the verb. Now you're gonna say that anybody chose this one, you can say, well, there's something attached to the end of it. This is a pronoun pronouns don't count. Pronouns don't count we're talking about attaching

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something different is actually a well or an LFO. Yet with a note at the end of it, specifically those those three things, right? Attaching pronouns don't count. Now you attach pronouns to almost everything every now and in every verb doesn't change it. So this is still a present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it.

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So the status of nossob that it has right now is going to be expressed through the Fatah equilibrium. Now what caused that change of status?

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This is what caused it, this little guy over here.

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And when you when n enters, or comes in right before a present tense verb, it goes from being metaphor to becoming monsoon, because it plays around with the meaning it changes, it changes the meaning, so becomes monsoon and the status of NASA, the marker for it is going to be Fatah, for a president's word that has nothing attached to the end of it.

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All right, I'm gonna give you guys examples. We'll give examples with you at the end of this right so that's the first one that's Fatah.

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So recap quickly. Fatah is the marker of muscle the status of muscle in three situations in the singular noun, right in the block broken plural, singular now like oh, God, like beat Roger wooden beaten, man, Simon. Broken plural, as in masajid, as in Atlanta, are climbing right? So something like and the present tense verb that doesn't have anything attached to the end of it, excluding of course pronouns? Yeah. Alaba. Yes.

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All right. Now, the second marker. Now,

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for de Kooning, Metaline Nasai. Phil Asma al Hamza. Now Alright, two other co haka. wema Chabahar Ehrlich.

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The second marker of muscle

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is going to be

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and if

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for whom, for the exceptional five nouns

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are the special five notes? What are they again, when we started studying it from lawfare it's

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no, fool,

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the father of the brother of the inlaws of the owner of the mouth of so these are five nouns that are different than every other noun in the Arabic language. They're just they just have special treatment. So if it has the status of nossob Then you're going to know it by the Elif at the end of it just like you knew the status of warfare by the world at the end of it so when we talked about raffia we said Abu we said who who right that's what we said but here is going to be that if so other

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AHA so Abba Muhammad

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Ali Hannah

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okay so your in laws are Hannah who

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his in laws haha her brother her right

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abana Fallujah Donna right our dad

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then Eileen,

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Forget your mouth.

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Alright, so here, you will know that these have the status of muscle with an elephant the end of them these fibers you have to memorize these five words 100 We have to know them. When you see a quality in them then it's going to be more for when you see an Elif is going to be monsoon you're gonna have the blossom when you see oh yeah, it's going to be immeasurable. Yes

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that's different now. It's now it's a dual.

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There are these two and now it's a dual now it's no longer it's no longer dealt with as a as one of the five nouns is dealt with as a dual word and dual word when it's metaphor what does it get?

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Gets Alif right. And if it if it's not multiple word, it becomes very where she do the way I really mean come right the way

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All right, do it's fine. We'll make it eventually and gentlemen. So

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Five now the five mistakes to exceptional nouns when they're metaphor established or when they're much more or they have a well and when they're monsoons are gonna happen and if

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so we're going to study once we're done the studying the markers will study what causes a word to go from Raafat which is the new or the main, untainted, pure form into something else, right, that there are certain things that will enter a sentence and then play around with it. Right so the Yeah, yeah is one of them. So when it when Yeah, when you're calling somebody who say yes, the whatever is coming next is going to be months old. Right? Because it's tainted now it's affected by the fact that you're calling on someone, it's no longer just the word itself. So there's different things that enter into a sentence and taint the word and change it from raffia to Nasim, or gel or DISM.

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It's just makes sense because like if you're calling to somebody, you just made them the object so they're not Yeah, exactly. So they're all on the subject of the object of the array. Good. All right. So that's

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the way that this method works is that we study the same concepts three times each time from a different angle. So now we're studying it from the angle of understanding the statuses of words which is often also observable and just understanding what they are and understanding how how that's expressed in the Arabic language and then we study it from a different a totally different point of view. So you will memorize them eventually inshallah just be patient with Allah Tala, the third marker for nossob is funny enough.

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The customer, right one melkus Tomato, but Hakuna Matata Limnos be fija may unnecessarily in the sound feminine plural

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in the sound feminine plural give me an example of a sound feminine plural.

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Right. So mostly Matt, if if it was metaphor, and what does it get?

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The Obama right so go back to the bottom you'll find that Oh, Obama because Obama had four things that was so beat twice. As far as Tony has three categories. That's four categories where it's the marker of offer. The fourth category that he didn't have right is that it is the

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marker for raffia in the feminine sound plural right now the fat time unfortunately the fat has was ripped off it is not the marker of Nasim for the sound feminine plural it's not so you can never say Muslim Latin and if you ever do it and throw yourself out of a window because that is the biggest mistake in the Arabic language that is impossible there is no such thing it never happens if the end of it is an elephant so mostly not me not

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Barney turret

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So you heard the year but whatever it's impossible for there to be mostly mountain doesn't exist another example really known example as summer what

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you never see that it doesn't exist.

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How do we know that similarity is monsoon

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a similarity? Must be matching the customer is the marker of nossob in the sound feminine plural. Now the the tricky part is going to be that customer is also the marker of jewelry in the sound feminine plural. So for the sound feminine plural, right? Whether it's the monsoon job, or major war is going to have this at the end of it. Right it's going to be a salad

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so how are we going to know this man supermajor you have to look at the sentence the context of a sentence, right you have to look at the sentence itself but the customer is the marker of nothing for the

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sound feminine plural. So there's no Muslim and normal me nothing doesn't exist. It's mostly not in me and I didn't call it that into you but in habitat and SML it that's why when you read in the Quran, one of the most known mistakes whenever when you're teaching when I'm teaching children, it makes

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the summer what?

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Well, now the way this sentence works Calaca is the verb right? And the subject is ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. The two objects of this sentence is similar to love. They both are monsoon the audience, both of them are monsoon. But is

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what type of word is it? It's a singular noun. Now a singular noun, the marker of nossob for it is a Fatah. Right the singular noun is a Fatah. So it gets a lot of similarity is not a singular. It's the sound feminine plural. It's a

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spreads through a customer so it's harder customer T will elbow. Right? And they're both mom sube they're both Hmong sube they both carry the exact same status it's just expressed with different markers the marker here is a fatter marker here is a customer but they're both monsoon and you're saying know the difference so you can say well this is monsoon and this is by no they're not they're both monsoon This is different than this. What I'm establishing for you right now I'm trying to make sure that you walk away understanding is that Fatah is different than normal. Now somebody that status is the status of being a secondary character in in a in a sentence or a mean character that

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was tainted or is no longer pure something came in affected it right. So this is a secondary character in a sentence is similar it's the object so it's been sold, but the expression of that nossob is one two or three and there's two more still that's how we express it. Its expression is through a customer and expression is Lua Fidel.

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Are we clear? This is like the philosophical point that you need to understand from the Arabic language is how the language works. It gives you markers for you to know where what this word this word is in the sentence. All right.

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Now, the forest

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hammock Allah, so now the forest Allah, Emilio feta Coonawarra Mata Limnos Be Fit Tiffany at Iwo Jima

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the fourth marker is the letter Yeah.

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Write the letter Yeah. And it is the marker of Lhasa in two situations

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in Alamosa, Anna

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Jim, and we're not going to sell him sorry

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so the dual word

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right. The marker of Nasim is going to be a so we said Muslim in the Elif is the marker of Rafa for the dual word Muslim man Meenan right. Jana tan no Baja tan Aina iron so iron is Mark fuller How would it would be muscled if there is the

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Mark I 1989

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Jana teen

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so what you're seeing is there's something here there's something common between them before they Yeah, there's going to be what?

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Yeah, there's always gonna be a Fatah.

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Right. So there is the marker of nossob in the duel word, but how is it different than there's always going to be a tab before it? So Jen attain it name? The Baha tain me name? Aberdeen Solly hain. Right? It's always gonna be sound like that. It'd be a Yeah, and the Yeah, is the marker of Nasim in the dual word. But you'll see a tab before it all the time. Don't be a factor before it so it's not I mean, Origin The team is using the 1099 for all duel words without exception

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Yeah, it's also a marker of nestled in the sound masculine plural examples of that

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so if mostly Moon is the metaphor, right so the well is the marker of raffia right for the sound masculine plural mostly moon and they are mostly mostly mean mostly mean

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as you can see there's a customer before they got here there's a photo over here and there's a customer over here meaning

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curfew at

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cause any and

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iron on all right. Yes

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fair. So they is the marker of Nasim for two types of words for the dual Gen attain 18 million Muslim nine and for the sound masculine plural like Mussolini Mini and Covidien basically into EB and RVD and causing whatever you whatever you want. Alright.

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Now what is the marker of raffia for these for these to the marker or raffia after this is what for the sound masculine for all the micro refer that we started studied is the well mostly Moon meno moon right. Well, he's a marker of of effort the dual

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the marker of Rafa Elif Jana tan iron and you're saying, so that's how we're studying it. Now. What we're gonna do later, is when I take the plural the duel and study it as an entity that makes sense. So we're gonna do later on even take the do

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Rule word and study what different statuses that can be in and how we can look right. So that way we look at the same concept more than once until you have clarity on it. All right.

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The final marker so, these are four markers of nossob. So far, their final marker has been known the deletion of the letter noon at the end of a word, but a coup Allah methylene nossob It is a marker of Nasim Phil avowal comsa allottee, Afro Herbie FUBU at noon,

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so joven noon, the deletion

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of the letter noon

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This is a marker of Nasim in the words that its existence is a marker of refer. So what are the colors that the existence of the noon is a marker of buffer is the examples that we talked about a few minutes ago. So let's take them again. Now let's break them down one more time. So yeah file

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your file don't

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your file in

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the file Loon

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The Fallen

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to the four or five types of of present tense verbs, where something is attached to the end of it now, if they have a known then they are what they are more for. Right? They have this tendency of Africa the newest sitting there. Now all you have to do is just

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and now it's not. Now it's Munsell Yeah, follow a letter follow the continent don't fill early with a certain capital letter follow? Right, it's gone, the noon is no longer

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something so Exactly. Because it's monsoon that means it's tainted. Now, this, this.

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This verb is no longer in its pure form, something must have happened in the sentence to take away to take away the noon at the end of it. Right? Something must have happened now what we'll study that inshallah on its own. So you guys will know there's different things that can happen to a word due to a present tense verb that can take away the noon from the end of it. But what you need to know now is that when you take it away

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so you can say yes or no. Now what they do in the Arabic calligraphy is they add a silent Elif at the end, just to make that easier to follow. And to finally

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Yep, I assume you're talking about the third party plural.

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Third party plural. Yeah, Fila, third party dual. Okay, Rachel.

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All right. So again, your third party Pro, third party dual address parota Philo address dewata Fila addressing or feminine family, right, when this mom sold, when it's in the status of most of the marker is the deletion of the noon at the end of it. So it's no longer there.

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Now, does it make a bit more sense? So you'll see that this is going to be continued every time Oh, so you'll start connecting the dots as you as you go along? So has been known is a marker of nossob only in the words that the existence of them at the end of it is the marker of Rafa right? That's the which are the five exceptional or the five exceptional verbs. So there's five exceptional nouns and then if it comes to the five verbs, these are them try I'm repeating them a lot try to memorize if I didn't know them, try to know how they sounded what they look like, right and what they're used for what they're used for. It's very important. So you say well, what could cause this to happen?

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Many things could have caused this to happen. Many things can enter the sentence that could cause this to happen. I'm gonna give you an example. Now you probably all know each other by heart. I'm try to think of examples you guys memorized, so it makes easier

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for them to follow. Wallen

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follow but takuna relativa. Who do and NASA will, will enter follow, right? So tell follow right there, uh, address squirrel, right address squirrel. So why doesn't have a noon at the end of it.

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The marker of nossob is the fact that the noon is not here. The reason of that is this little guy over here. Len, Len when you put it before, present tense verb, right? It turns it from offer from the status of offer in a team setting now becomes muscle.

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All right, examples we looked at when we had so whenever you have a new word in front of it, like ends up the note and the word music, the new note. Yeah, but not

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only certain things do that not everything does that. A lot of things you can put here that won't do that, that don't have any effect at all. They just add additional meaning but they don't affect it. But the limit the lens specifically it affects the verb. It comes in and it affects the verb in a certain way. In that effect

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See that effect that it has on the verb is strong enough to turn it from Raafat to muscle to downgrade it when they go from subject from pure from main to something less something that's actually tainted that the meaning has changed the example here is deaf you do lentiviral is you don't do so let's actually flip the meaning. So this was downgraded from the me from Rafa then also because it actually the meeting that was the opposite. That makes sense. So it kind of changed the whole thing. All right. So we'll stop inshallah with without much remind yourself today, when you go home have I met the markers of nossob, which is the secondary character of a sentence or a tainted

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main character or impure main character of a sentence for and exists for a number of different words for three different words for the singular noun, right for the broken plural. And for the present tense verb does nothing attached to the end of it right and Elif for the five exceptional nouns a hawker a burger, America, them earlier, right? The customer only for the sound feminine plural. They are for two things for the dual word and for the sound, masculine plural, and the husband known for the five verbs, right, the deletion of the noon for the five verbs, and inshallah next time we'll revise both that off and also to that you guys have a better understanding because like

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I said,

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there is a

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possibility that next week