Matn Alajurroomiyyah #07

Adnan Rajeh

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2017 10 6LMM after Maghrib

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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various types of words and their use in English, including "has" and "has not." They also discuss the use of "verbal" in certain situations, including "any," and "any," and explain the meaning behind the use of "verbal" in certain situations. The speakers also discuss the use of "out of the box" in a sentence, the meaning of "out of the box," and "out of the box" in a verb.
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hamdulillah Allahumma salli ala Sayyidina Muhammad.

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So we just finished the first chapter of the of the machine, which is probably the stuff that you would find quite easy. And now we're moving on to a bit, it's a bit different. Or see the way that you Rumia works is that it looks at the different types of words and the statuses they can carry within a sentence and the markers that will be applied to them once they have those statuses from three different angles, which will make sure that you will never forget them for the rest of your life. So the first way they did it, and the first way they did an agile room did it was he talked about the statuses on their own. We talked about Rafa talked about nossob. He talked about Joe, and

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he talked about jism right, so we talked about the four statuses and they said each of those statuses are expressed by different markers, meaning we know that that this word has a status by a marker. So raffia is known by Obama in three types of words or four types of words. And it's known by the well in other types of words is known by the Elif in certain types of words and is known by to Bucha known by the existence of the letter known at the end of certain types of words. And then it talked about Nelson Nelson is another status. And this status is expressed or seen by a different types of markers if I tongue is the most notorious of all, and then Elif is another one. And then

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yeah, is another one and then a customer is another one. And then husband noon, which is the deletion of the note at the end is another one. So the way that the the meeting or the text, first started talking about words in the Arabic language was by talking about the different statuses, that means words that can carry different capacities within a certain sentence. Some words can't carry different capacities, they are what they are, but other words can have different capacities can be they can they can fulfill different roles. And based on those roles, they'll have different statuses that can be met for monsoon, Majid or Masoom. And how is that expressed in different words

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differently by different markers? And that's how the first chapter of this method explained the issue? Yes, yeah, when

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it's a bit different, you'll see the differences, but as we go along, you, it'll be clear to you what the differences are, this is give me a second. So, now, the second chapter is an Mahabad to this man. So where is that can carry different capacities within a sentence or two types. This one your audible will have a

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division or a type that is expressed through Harakat, meaning the Arab the status will be based on the vowels, the many vowels that will happen at the end of the word. So if I tell or the more capital or sukoon will come on your roof, and then another type of words are going to be expressed, the statuses are going to be expressed the markers are going to be by letters that make sense. So let me say this, this is metaphor, or monsoon or Maduro. Masoom sometimes is going to be through a mini vowel.

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So for taka Surah, bomba, sukoon, and sometimes is going to be through letters, the existence or deletion of a different letter within the word. Like I live. Like, yeah, like, well, existence of the noon, or the deletion of the noon, right. So there's different types of cake. Can you get me a tissue or something to wait with the board? So this one, you probably will halachot? Well, Chris, maneuverable, beautiful roof. So for the euro will halachot, our Batuan one. So the type that is expressed, the statuses are expressed through many of our walls through halachot are four types of words.

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Four types of words. Number one, it's minimal fraud. So it's, again, at the end, I'll make three tables for you. And you'll see that we've looked at the same idea from a different number different angles, hopefully, that'll help kind of solidify the information. So the first type of word that is expressed Arab, meaning the different capacities that can carry in a sentence, whether it's metaphor, monsoon Maduro, Masoom will be expressed, the markers are going to be many vowels. halachot, right. That's how it got. So the first four types,

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the first type, and its minimal flood.

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The singular noun, the singular noun will always be expressed through halachot will always be a moneyval. Sometimes there'll be a bummer, sometimes will be a factor sometimes will be customer. And again, until this moment, I'm not differentiating between two bombers or one, meaning whether it's been methane or balmaha. It's the same for now until we come to a point where we explain to show the difference. So any singular noun will always be expressed through many vowels to the halachot.

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All right, give me examples of singular nouns.

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In turn human beings in certain in certain in certain bait is beaten, beaten, beaten, think of anything else. column, column one column and column in Samsung Samsung Samsung keytab Boon keytab and Keaton Oh al Kitab al Kitab al Kitabi. So it's always going to be a, a medieval or a Hanukkah, it's always going to be so it's going to be expressed all the time. The second type, geometric Texier.

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We mean by proper nouns.

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So that is a singular noun, right? So that's the single so whether it's proper or improper, any singular noun is going to be expressed through halachot. It's not going to be expressed ever through letters, right? The second time type is geometrics here, the broken plural.

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Give me an example of a broken plural

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was an example of a broken plural. Misogyny so Masjid when we turn it from the singular to the plural massagin. That's not really a structured way to do it. Why is it like that? Why did we stuck it stuck in Elif between the scene in the gym? No one knows what someone could do a chair. I wanted to get him a chair. No 16 We're gonna share

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so much good when we turned it into my surgeon by sticking the elephant in the middle, right? Is not there's no structured way to do it. And this is not a law. There's not a rule. It's not a formula. That's just how it is right? Give me other examples of it.

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So Kabila tribe turned it into Cuba. Right. So here's a nice example of ILA.

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You see how it looks? Now how would you turn it into a plural becomes cover?

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So you destroyed the word you took out the you took out the the metadata we took out there and put a Hamza instead of it. And you stuck an Elif in the middle. So basically, you just, you know, mixed up this poor word. That's why it's called the broken pearl. You broke the systematic way of turning a singular noun into a into a plural into so it's called a broken pearl. All broken plurals. So like there was column

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we added to Hamza and the second Elif after them. If you ask well, why no one knows. No one knows. That is how it isn't just but what we're learning right now, is that these type of words, how are we going to express their different statuses on offer or not? Or through what? Through halachot? Through many vowels, right? This is how we're going to express it. So it's always going to be a clam, one. lemon, orange, lemon, it's never going to be through letters.

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All right. And if you're wondering what I mean by letters we'll explain in a second once we come to that point. That's the second type of word The third type of word, which Mr.

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Salim

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Windjammer

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is selling What's your man wonderful surname

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is

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plural feminine Selim sound so sound feminine plural example

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Muslim at any minute or any text you better be that somehow words is probably one of the most

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famous within the Quran similar words right? How do we express the different statuses here of Rafa Naso Benjamin is always going to be through Halaqaat it's not going to be through letters. All right. Let's move on geometric See, John. Now I have another question for you. If sin Allah is merciful, what do we say then?

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Is metaphor, if it's more for How would you express the law fair and simple. Some of it is going to be through Hanukkah. So which one is going to be

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similar to one right? So if it's

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let's say it's monsoon How would you express it through how to cut

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right.

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And Joe was also custom.

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Remember, remember when he said that and also sometimes the marker for it is customer? When is the marker for the customer? When is the sound feminine plural. So you'll never see some our 10 If you ever see some a Latin Throw yourself so through a window because you don't know what you're doing at all. It's never acceptable to use our 10 it's always in our tune, Samoa tin.

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So Somerton is either among sube or Madura. Which one is it going to be? We don't know it's based on the context of the of the sentence that we're studying. Is that understood? All right. But what we're trying to focus on is that the expression is always going to be many variables. It's never going to be total. It's never going to be letters all right.

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Before fourth and final type of word that is expressed strictly through Harakat will

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lead the LEM yet also you will be asked

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Nishi you guys should remember these words because we've we've come across them a few times in the past.

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Present tense verb.

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The present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it a law the law yet does will be a cliche

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nothing attached to the end of it give me an example of a present tense verb. It has nothing attached to the end. It's all the HELOC after she has after a shot tonight. Yeah, so, you're welcome this and of course for this. What is an example of a present tense verb that's nothing attached to the end of it.

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Okay, let's say your job

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or your job.

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So how do we express here? First of all, when you say the word Farrell, what are the three? What are the three statuses that verb can carry? Can a verb VMB majeure?

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Take up about four months or image zoom, right? These are nouns 123 nouns. What are the status statuses nouns can be

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for muscle majeure, or can it be image zoom? A noun can never be much zoom, right? So this is a this is a verb. So it's going to be about four months sober image zoom. So if we're going to say smartphone, how are we going to express it?

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And we're gonna say it's monsoon how are we gonna express it? Then we're gonna say image zoom, how are you gonna express it?

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Right, because it's how the cards

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you see these four?

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These are the four types of words that are expressed through halachot.

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Does that does that make sense? All right.

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Good.

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So think about them for a second. The singular noun, the broken plural

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singular noun, the broken plural, the sound feminine plural and the present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it. right those are the four types that are going to be expressed the statuses of Rafa no sub genre and jism are going to be expressed through the many vowels of Harakat

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it's included

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it's definitely included

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now you haven't come to this part yet, but we will come to a second. Yeah, machine is the status of Rafa is expressed through a hidden

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mini Val. So abama mocha Daraa. So it's called an Arabic Bama. So here's dama.

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Mocha Dara, that's hidden or that was mocha German meaningly. What's a good word from God done in English?

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Power? Yeah, but no, Mocha is different. It's not it's not. It's not destiny, destiny or power or status. It's okay. The word means something that is assumed to be even though it's not apparent in front of you. Right? So let's assume that it's there. It's understood to be there, even though it's not really you. It's not visible to you. However, if it was monsoon, if this same,

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this same verb was monsoon, then you could you can express the Fatah at the end of it. So you can say yam Shia.

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That makes sense. So you can actually express that at the end of it. However, the Obama is mocha data. So it also falls under the same, but that is something that we will that's like in a second step. Yeah.

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Estimated There you go. So estimated or assumed there you go. Okay.

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All right. Well, cool. So the text says, total for all the Bama and they are all

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given the status of raffia with Allama, watunes, Cebu Bill Fattah,

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or will Castro and they are given the status of nossob either through a factor or through orchestra, he didn't put there were two photo with cassava. And in there given the status of Java through occasional, what would you say will be sukoon and they're given the status of jism through a Sequoia why because he doesn't many vowels that are that are used as halachot and these are the four types of words that will accept them as

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as expression of the status. So four types of words are expressed, or the markers of the statuses that they can carry is expressed through how I get the four no these four types of words will help you out inshallah and understanding things, the singular noun, the broken plural, the feminine sound, plural and the present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it. Right, those four you may think, Oh, I thought there will be more. No, actually, that's it. Now we're gonna move on to different types of another number of types of work. We're gonna

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share

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right now

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meaning to us. What is are you guys with me? I need you to be with them at 10 so that you guys can understand what he's saying. So what he said right now it was two to five Obama, that affair is done with Obama and the Fatah and the nossob is done with a Fatah and Jada is done with a cassava and Jasmine was done with the sukoon now ha Raja and Danica Tara to Lhasa to Asha. And there are three exceptions to that rule jam where and what unnecessarily you also will Castra so the sound feminine plural is the Nasus is got done with a customer right that's one exception. The other exception what is more let the lion sir if you follow Bill Fatah now remember when we talked about something called

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ism right and Moussaieff

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so the now was laid to the moon sort of mean

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what this means is that it can't carry all three how to cut

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it can't carry all of them can only carry two.

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So certain words can't carry all for you how good can only carry two two of these Holika. So the second type of word that is an exception is the noun Leon sorry Allah de la to fulfill the plural noun that cannot carry all Chanukah, because we have here a singular noun and a broken plural sometimes broken plural will be announced that is later on sorry if that cannot carry all different halachot in that case your father will fight her the journal will be with a Fatah. So example what is the example that you gave him on?

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What's the example for the geometrics you that you gave me? So masajid?

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Now because it's geometrics here, we're going to express the different statuses through halachot. So when you say it's more for bomba when you say it's Mosul, Fatah, when you say it's more Mujuru, Fatah, there's no massage Ed. There's massage Ido. Right. You can't see Mr. GED, except if it's attached to something or is water, but that's a different story. But the word must tell you the way it is, with no exception to the to what it is.

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If it's metaphor, there's a llama, and if it's consumed as a Fatah, and if it's majeure, there's also going to be a fatality. Right? The third, the third exception

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when

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you move because we are free here. And the third exception was the word that brother Mahmoud gave us.

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So the word that he said was the word machine. Right? The word young machine

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is another exception. But it's an exception, not when it's mobile, boom. That's what it's meant for. Sorry, when it's a metaphor, right the album is hidden is it's an estimated it's not seen when it's monsoon was given a factor. But what happens when it's Masoom?

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Know when he's made zoom, we delete the so you delete the vowel at the end of it. So if you remember the last time so last lesson, we talked about jism. And I told you that jism is expressed through either a sukoon, or deletion, or deletion of the noon at the end of the five types of verbs can pay attention, you're gonna forget all this stuff in technique as you're talking, or the deletion of the vowel at the end of the verb. So yeah, machine, if you want it to actually, if you're going to give it jism, then how you do it is you

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right, you take that away like the word Yeah. Do

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you have as much zoom who take off this

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is with only with Obama's left. All right, so this is how it's expressed. Alright, so these are the only three exceptions to these three. So these three types of words. There's all they're all expressed to Chanukah, normally, except three exceptions.

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Here hear when it's monsoon.

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So the sound feminine for oh, when it's monsoon

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is going to be a customer, which is usually a factor. Right? That's, that's the first one second here, when it's random and stiff. When it's when it can't carry Oh, when it's measured over.

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There's going to be a factor. And here if there's a vowel at the end,

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right has

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from what you delete the vowel at the end, that's how we express jism and that's for jism.

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All right, okay.

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So these are the four types of words that the status is of Rafa and also, javelin jism are expressed through halachot right and the left Ribolla said that there's three exceptions to that. And these are the three exceptions to exceptions or just one Hanukkah being being

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substituted by another Holika and another and another one of the third exception is deletion of the vowel at the end at the end of the word. Okay, now we move on, whether you're a

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massage either

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you

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A female gd gd.

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Now there are this is this is a simple explanation meaning when we say we will study the words that are animals that can't carry all have occurred on its own because once you attach it to something it can carry it when you can when you attach something to the end of it or the beginning of it things change but when it's the way it is massage it just like that with no attachments it can't carry a customer it can only be given a Fatah let me give you another example. This is an example that's very simple. It's it's in the Quran has never changed. The words fit on.

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Their own drown is a word is a is a noun that is laden with sudden that can't carry all 300 cards. So when it's a metaphor, it gets a bum. And when it's monsoon it gets it gets fatter and winds My God also gets infertile, so meaning if you're gonna eat or if your owner has never failed only ever, you're never going to the only you'll never find that in the Quran is me if it I'm gonna call him. Yeah, maybe yeah. So if it turns if you turn the word into an adjective, that's a whole different story now, but if it's still, if it's still a name, then it can't carry it. Okay.

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So we continue in Charlotte. Now, we're going to talk about the different the words that

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can carry different capacities. And those capacities of refer Nasim gentleman Jessem are expressed through letters, not through halachot, whether the Euro roofie, herba, to Anwar. So four types of words are going to be expressed to halachot, and four are going to be expressed through letters. And I know when we think about it, that's not how we think things are we think that most words are expressed through halachot. Maybe a few words are expressed through letters. No, it's actually 5050. Meaning that as many words are there that there are that have expressions of halachot telling us the status of the word, there's a same number of words that are being expressed through through through

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through letters. So the first one at Destinia.

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Or LM within

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what does it mean?

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Within the

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dual, so the dual when there's two in Arabic, English, one is singular, two and up is plural. In Arabic, no, what is singular, two is dual three and up is plural. So you and your wife aren't plural, you're just dual until you bring someone else along right? So that's something to think about you can you're not considered as a plural until you have a child and you're just you and her it was just a duel at this point. So at Destinia with an example

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was an example

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wake up

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so Muslim,

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Muslim is one so to make it into two we either add Muslim men or

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remain right. So the expression here is it through how to cut

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especially yours through actual letters, what are the letters that are expressing here?

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I live in there. Right. So the expression if you remember, the olive is the

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is the marker for what for them for Muslim man?

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Yes. So this is a metaphor. And they are is for

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and majeure. Correct?

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No understanding how it works. So the any dual word is going to expression, or the marker of the statuses are going to be through letters, right. So for raffia we have the olive and for an awesome Angel. We're going to have the app for this for both sorry

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the same thing for any other type of with Edna so Mina, I mean, Mina turned me in a teen right and the Quran is of course Yaniv full of these examples. The second type are Gemma and with Salim.

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Was Your Man was not going to sell him

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sound masculine plural. Alright, I've just heard my great friend Catch, catch the the types of words so sound masculine plural, examples of that

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and what we mean

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what we know what I mean? So the expression what is the marker of raffia here?

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So the word was a marker of refer.

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And there is a marker of both notes.

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In general, the concept being that the expression the marker is a letter. It's not a Hanukkah. It's a letter. That's the idea that the mom is trying to fix.

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Plain that sometimes we will express the statuses. The markers are going to be Chanukah and sometimes the words their markers are going to be letters. So the exam the sound masculine plural, it's still well for refer in the for both notes Lavinia, neither well for refer in the verbose melanosome in general. All right. And then other examples, you know, Muslim and Muslim mean. Right. A boon 18 I'd be doing RBD in hammy doing Hamidi so on and so forth

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number three, I smell will come so

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the five exceptional nouns, right? What are the five exceptional nose?

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All right, one more time. We'll do it. But go ahead.

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Yeah, give me all 500 mu

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one idea

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father and brother in law have owner of and most of these that's what they mean. So how these are the markers for this type of words are going to be letters. So for raffia what is the marker?

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Right oh raffia. The marker as well. For an awesome the marker.

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Right.

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Hammer the

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for

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IB

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HMI

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the

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fee

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meaning the exact same thing. Father of brother of in love owner oven mouth have no change whatsoever. But the expression is through letters. Meaning we know this is my fault because of the well we know this is my foo because of the Elif. And we know this is my sugar because of that.

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That makes sense. Okay.

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Final type

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LFR

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the five the five exceptional verbs right? The five verbs and if I Simpson

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where are they? What are the five types of verbs?

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Yep.

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Very good.

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Can you tell me what they stand for?

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And of course, this works for every other type of verb. So if you say

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you'll ever want a ladder until either IntelliBeam take any any verb at all you can, you can take all five situations. And these are called the Five verbs. What are they for? Yep, I know one means

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third party plural. So you're talking about a third party that are plural. Delphi Lune. Addressed plural. You'll find on third party duel to find on addressed dual deaf Eileen addressed singular feminine.

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So if there are three guys over there playing.

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Right, so I'll turn to you and I'll see you soon. Right. If I want to speak to them, I'll say

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collarbone addressed plural. If there are two guys playing over there, and I want to talk to you about them. I'll say

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I want to speak to them, I'll say Taliban. If there's one lady or one girl playing over here, and I want to speak to her. I'll say that I don't want to talk about her. It's no longer one of the five words I can say I can talk to you about her playing, but it's not going to be one of the five type exceptional verbs, the five exceptional verbs do those five things? Think about it for a minute with me. Third party Pearl,

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right. Third party dual addressed plural, address dual address singular feminine. These are the five exceptional was what they're used for. So to third parties, and three addresses address me we're speaking to them. The 2/3 parties. One is Pearl and what is dual? The three address two one is plural. What is dual and the other one is singular feminine. We're talking into a singular a single lady. Okay, anything else? Of course a lot of different things that can have

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happened in language, but they're not a part of the fiber, they're going to be a regular verb, right? They're going to be one of the one of these verbs, that can be something totally different. Okay?

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All right.

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Now you're seeing that I'm this how many times I've done this so far, right? So I'll be doing it in at least another three, four times within the text, the whole point of the way the text is made, is that I get I get to repeat this for you a number of times, hopefully, the repetition will allow it to sink in because it's hard to memorize it. It's hard just to sit down and memorize it, hopefully the repetition so pay attention to it, Inshallah, it'll stick, right so if you're playing on your phone, or whatnot, you're not going to get this because you can't memorize this stuff. This is based on you listening to the repetition of it, meaning I'll write it down five, six times every until you

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need to use stick sticks with you. Okay.

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All right. So continue with the method we're going to read now with the exact same things I just explained a second ago. I'm Destinia. As for the dual right as for the dual photographer, Albert Elif, the rough is going to be with an airlift like Muslim man and what men earn right but don't sub autofab Nobilia and also benjarong or NASA is going to be with

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one major marine with accuracy element however the sound masculine for oil photographer for your photo below the roof is going to be with Muslim woman what we know is going to be a world where your ensemble where your photo and remember that the word you're found, is equal to usual so half of them are the same thing. So no, so Benjamin is going to be with Thea. And I've heard that one better smell comes up which is the five exceptional nouns. photographer who the author is going to be with well like Oh boo hoo Hamel with all four but also Bill Elif hammer, for where does familiar or to Jabalia is going to the job is going to be with a heavy heavy the fee right? The final one will

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follow comes and asked for the five exceptional verbs

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but don't involve unknown so what is the offer? How do we say that a one of the five exceptional verbs that we talked about his metaphor so if I do one

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How will you how do you know that this word is metaphor?

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What is it? Yeah, because no one is there. But total five Bucha noon the latter happens with the existence of the noon at the end of it. But also Buddhism then also been jasm is going to be with husband noon

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and for noon so we'll take this away. The letter is written after that is just for show. It doesn't mean anything it doesn't. It's just added calligraphy calligraphy point you do they add the Elif. But the actual way that we know that this is monsoon or mid Zoom is the fact that the noon is no longer there. So tough to follow.

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Alright.

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So four types of words, the markers of their statuses of the Arab within a sentence meaning and offer, no. So Jaren jism is going to be expressed through how to cut through the many vowels with three extra exceptions to that rule, meaning here, the word that can't carry all three, what is Majora is going to have a town and here and the sound feminine plural, when it's most always going to have a customer. And here we're going to delete the vowel at the end of it is if the verb is Missoula.

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The four types of words that the markers are going to be expressed through letters is the dual. The sound masculine plural, the five exceptional nouns and the five exceptional verbs

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understand the difference now. So the first way, the first way we looked at it, and we wrote an offer now so Jim Jones, and then we looked at everything under it. Now we said okay, forget about that. Let's talk about it from a different point of view, let's say that there's two types of words, ones are expressed, the statuses are expressed through Holika ads, and one the status is going to be expressed through letters. And now we find two different types of letters, two different types of words for in each category, which kind of makes it if you memorize these actually it makes it easier for you, these are memorizable you can actually remember these things if you're, if you're trying to

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memorize them, okay, let's move on.

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The next. So let's, let's try a few

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months are is is here. So like geometric series, sometimes this one will find sometimes both of them can it can be more sort of, to where most of them can be both a singular noun or a broken plural. Either sometimes now what is really the most if it means a word that cannot carry all three, how to cut, and we will study that in its own entity in Charlotte as we go along once once the basics have been covered, and you guys feel comfortable with the basics. All right, now I'm going to do before I move on to the chapter of vows

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are the chapter of a verb sorry, is that we talked, we gave some examples.

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I'm gonna give you examples until Inshallah, this becomes easier

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Now I want you to do I'm gonna write down a word. And I want you to tell me is, is this word metaphor?

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Monsoon majeure or resume? And what is the marker for it? All right. So try it. Let's see if we can if we can get some

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All right, so Ibrahim was playing with bowls with munchables and in his house, okay.

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So, let's say that you want it to be a metaphor. How will you express it? On the word ulab?

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Why?

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So it's a fairly old daughter. It's a present tense verb that has nothing attached to the end of it. So we express it through Obama, right? If you want to express that it's monsoon what we do

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how you express if it's monsoon

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but

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how would you express it miss Majora?

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Yes, so I cannot be measured or whatever ever I feel is never measured. All right, it doesn't work a fair it can only be Masoom. So how would you express the jizm?

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Sokoine

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right, here's to one because there's no vowel at the end of it. But here and this and this, it would be wonderful. So you gotta remember now, Ibrahim, what type of word is then how would you express it being before?

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Why is that? Why would it get to them? What type of word is it?

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A symbol for so it's a singular noun right? So a singular noun is expressed the refer is going to be expressed through all them. So if I wanted to make it monsoon, what would I do?

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But what I do is muscle.

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What we want to do, we want to make it measurable.

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But we do want to make it measurable.

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Yeah, so

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why? Because this is an example of a word that can't carry all three. You can't say Ibrahim Ibrahim or Ibrahima. So even if this was majeure, it will still be Ibrahima. That makes sense. Here, of course, like Ahmed said, this is a main character in the sentence, right so it's going to be more for So Ibrahim now.

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Bill Korat with soccer balls or basketballs

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that is the heart of job in karate is going to be so much you don't know what type of word is correct before we talk about as much an order and what how it's going to be expressed. What type of word is it

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Gemma what's not dramatic see you.

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Oneness. So you go from Quran when you go from a word that has a ton Barbuto at the end of it. Or at the end of it, when you go from that to a word that has an elephant at the end of it. And this is called Jim mo unnecessarily him right. This is the sound feminine plural.

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Now, male Coura and this is going to be much lower. So how do we express general here kestra. Let's say that we want to make make this word monsoon.

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Right? How would we put our Express notes on here?

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Same thing, right? We can't put a tab or not.

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Right? Are you guys with me? Okay, so you can't see me? You can't say be Kurata you can say Cora 10 or Kurata has to be karate. If you want to make a metaphor, what would you do?

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How would you express raffia on a gem Mo and that served him on a sound feminine pearl.

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So express through Harakat correct. So metaphor is going to be mama Quran.

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That makes sense. I'm just trying to get you guys to think about the Okay. Fee of 80. Fee is a preposition. It's not more to begin with. So we don't talk about what's at the end of it. It's not even it doesn't have different statuses in the sentence it is what it is. bait is a measure. So it's going to be in the status of job. Now what type of word is bait?

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What type of word is bait?

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It is

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a singular noun if you're not listening bait is a singular noun Correct.

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singular noun, when we express them the status is of a singular noun with markers. What types of markers are they? Many vowels are the proof or the letters are many vowels. How about cuts right? So genre would be get what?

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Like I saw it was most so biller get

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if I take it as a singular noun and if it's multiple what would get Obama? So here's going to get a customer

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EBT let's try something else

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the preposition

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yeah have jealous preposition. Yeah. So it's not it's not more of meaning. It's not one of the words that can carry different capacities in a sentence. So we don't even talk about what's at the end of it or how its expressed because it doesn't really care Jim Carrey different statuses, all right?

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Yeah.

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It's called, or ma'am, no, I'm not surf.

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So habits, the singular nouns and administer broken plurals, and we will, there'll be like its own. It'll be its own lesson, inshallah. So because it's a bit complex, it's not something that I want you guys to start out. It's very confusing, even for someone who is studying who has been studying Arabic for a long time. So let's leave that until it shall into the future. I'll let you know if this is a word that is, you know, that is

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most solid mean, you can't carry on free. So this is simple. To take a simple one. So what type of results file which is children? What type of word is that?

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So first of all, thing is a singular, plural, we're talking about nouns. Right? So go through it, step by step. It's a noun. It's not singular to plural. So what type of plural? Is it? Yes, it was a broken for a Why is it a broken pearl?

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Because so far, yeah.

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Yeah, because we have it because it doesn't follow any of the two systematic ways. pluralizing a word. So if we take a word

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this day, see,

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because there are words that carry all all three.

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I'm not gonna go into it. And it's just so the word Muslim.

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If you want to pluralize it,

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there's a systematic way you add a while when a noon. And this is called at that point

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of sound, masculine plural. And if you want me talking about females, then you add an

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elephant. In this becomes a sound, feminine plural. But some words, you can't do either. You can't do either for it. So the example for it is a work of ill

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child.

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You can't make this interpret floon.

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However, that would be hilarious. Yeah, but that's,

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that would be very funny. If anyone ever used that. I think I would laugh quite a bit.

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And you can can you say it the flat?

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Actually, you can say it the flat? It's not completely unheard of. It's not the.

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So that would be of course, if the group of children were strictly female, you could say put flat even though it's not.

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It's not used as openly. But here I'll talk is the broken pearl? What do you mean? What do you mean by broken again, what we mean is that we added a Hamza to the beginning of it, and an edit to the middle of it. Right, just randomly why? There is no way that's just how we speak. So it's called a broken pearl. It doesn't follow a certain formula in pluralizing, a single node. So when we talk about a broken Perl, broken plurals, the statuses of raffia and also Jasmine Jarrah, how are they expressed in broken pearls? Through letters or through Hurricane vowels, many vowels? Palaka, right. So refer is going to be expressed through Bama, and Nasir is gonna be expressed through a factor and

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John is going to be expressed through Okay, Sarah and Jasmine once you've expressed through?

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No, because Justin doesn't apply to nouns, right? So he can't do jism to nouns ever, and there's no noun that is Masoom right there doing that as much as

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we doing just a few more time that show until you guys get get to lunch. So it didn't matter for what do we do here? So without further ado, if this man sobered up, Fila, if so, what is it here, by the way, in the middle of a sentence?

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Why would it be meant for someone you remind me of that because you've done this a number of times? Yeah. So it's looked at it we so it's a main character on unaffected by anything external, right? So it's a main character unaffected by anything external is going to be molded for right now here is a what is this word reliable? And what is it? So it's a noun or verb, verb, right? So, so yeah, so what is it? Is it a verb that has nothing attached to the end of it? Or is it one of the five exceptional verbs? So it's one of the five exceptional verbs How do we know what are the what are the different ways the five exceptional over

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Robots expressed their statuses through were the markers.

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Either the existence of the neuron at the end of that sort of affair, or the deletion of denote the end. And that's what also Benjo. So the new is there, that means this is what this is metaphor where this is metaphor because the new ones there, but if this was were to be like this,

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then it's either Hmong sube,

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no Masoom, they can never be measured.

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They can never be measured with me. I'm also Rama zoom, do we know when we look at it like that? No, there has to be some context in the sentence to tell us what it's like. But of course in this sentence, is it tainted by anything before it and it's of course all verbs are main characters and sentences because they are sentences by themselves. So it's going to look for unless there's something to change it before Okay.

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All right.

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Let me give you another example from the Quran

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all right

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now well is it preposition? Is it more?

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Is it more of to begin with? So it doesn't carry different statuses in a sentence? Well, it's a preposition. It's money, it doesn't do anything. So there's no point of talking about it at all. What about men?

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Women,

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it's also preposition doesn't carry different status in the sentence. So it is what it is.

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Now, this is a is a present tense verb. All right.

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Now

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tell me what status this verb isn't? Why is it my resume?

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Good. So let me let me show you how it would look in a different way. So the word yeah do

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is how it looks visually. Right? If it's metaphor for this is a what type of word is this? First, what type of verb is it? So the fairing water, and let me let me get this will be a heavy shade. So it's a it's a verb, president's verb that has nothing attached to the end of it. Now, these verbs, they're the expression of of statuses of raffia and awesome and doesn't happen through Hanukkah or through the roof.

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Go back to what we just wrote a second ago, through how to cut right? So the expression happens through Harakat. So if this is metaphor, what would it get?

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It will get Obama that is mocha Dara, that is hidden that is estimated that won't be seen. If it's more soup is going to get what

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it will be. And if it's Magento trouble to get,

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it can't be measured or because it's a verb, right? If it's my resume, what will happen to it.

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So we'll delete the vowel at the end of it. So remember, that's one of the exceptions, we'll delete the vowel that is the end of it, which means it will result into looking like this.

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And the while that was deleted, all that's left of it is the mini vowel that correlates to it. So yeah, do so well. Maybe I do too. If you see it like this, you're gonna say Oh, this is a metaphor and I'm because there's a dumb at the end of it. No, this is my resume. Because the while was deleted at the end of it, understanding how this, this works. I'm not expecting you to know this. When you look at it. I just want you able to process understand how the, the thought process works. Right? Now is another proposition preposition.

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No lovely Julia, Allah, Allah is coming after a preposition. So it's going to be the word itself is going to be in the status of Java. Right? So what? The word Allah what type of word is it?

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First of all, it's unknown. It is. It's a singular noun, right? So a singular noun, or one of the words that are expressed through how to cut too many vowels. So this metaphor isn't the status of refer is going to get, even according to Allah subhanaw taala. It started as always, not for and this is just a matter of linguistics, so any with all respect when we speak so even when they're doing an Arab when you're talking about the level of JELA being super modular, you don't actually say Majordomo so if you say female child, your meaning is in a place where it's something that John has applied to it just out of respect an adult when you're speaking about the name of Allah subhanaw

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taala. So here, it's in the status of Jarrah, how do you express your singular noun?

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With custom unless it can't carry those it can't carry all three can do love those generic carry all three? Yes, so it could be Allahu Allah and Allah He so this will be Allah He

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What is the word isla?

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De Where do you know what type of word is this?

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A noun or a verb first of all.

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So it's a noun. And is it plural? Or is it singular?

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A singular noun. singular nouns are expressed to Heraclitus Well, right. So if it's metaphor, it's going to be, you know, if it's more soup, it's going to be ILA. And if it's Maduro is going to be, either. So here is 11, because it's in the status of nossob. Right? And then, is an also also a singular noun, but

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is rare among serif.

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So Arthur is an example of a word that has Laderman sort of mean, it can't carry all three. So if this is metaphor, you're gonna find a Haru. And if it's mostly you're gonna find a hora Mismeasure, who is going to be a hora, it's not gonna be sad. Unless there's something that's attached to the end of it. There is something attached to that. Okay.

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All right.

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All right.

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So first of all, what type of word is SML? It's

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so do it systematically. Is it now in reverb?

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It's known.

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The skies are folding, right? So Semilla is unknown. Is it? Is it? Yeah, so is it singular or plural is plural? Now what type of plural is a broken pearl? Or is the systematic way this is what the eye lifter is a sound? Feminine plural, right? So a sound feminine plural

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is one of the words that are expressed the status of it, whether it's metaphor, or among sober, Majora, expressed through Hanukkah, too many vowels are through the roof through letters through how to cut, right? So if it's Martha is going to be mama. And if his mom soup is going to be?

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No, it's going to be Castro.

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And if it's monsoon, or Mogera, what is going to be cassava. Alright, so if it's metaphor is going to be the number. And if it's more food or image, it is going to be customer. So what would it be here?

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What would it be here?

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So here in this sentence that we're looking at right now,

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why would it be metaphor, because it's the main character looked at it. And it's untainted. is unaffected by anything. That's how we know something is metaphor. So main character of a sentence and nothing's nothing external is affecting it from outside. And here it is nothing before it to begin with. So it's not affected. So it's going to be about four and the marker of rough f4 is going to be

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Obama, right. So I sent our to note for the word moto yet. What about the word moto yet? Folding something Moto G moto yet? Right? So is this a noun or a verb?

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It's also an out, is it singular or plural?

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It's also it's plural, right? Is it broken? Or is it so it's a sound feminine plural, just like the one before, whenever we were asked at the end of it, then you know, what's the sound from the plural.

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It's also a main character, it's untainted. So it's possibly been before and I'm afraid is going to be through album, and it was most of it would be

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against the law, and we'd be accustomed to the way in California then it will continue inshallah for a few minutes after then once you guys go.

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So kind of to wrap up, because now we're next time we're moving on to talk about verbs, meaning we'll enter. It will leave kind of this for a while talking about statuses, and expression markers, and how to guides and whatnot. And we'll move on to something else, we'll come back to that within the middle of the text to wrap this up, so that this is clear to you. That we'll be talking about statuses in a sentence, but not So gentlemen, just about the four statuses that words can carry in a sentence for words that have the ability to do so. Right. Some words don't have the ability to do so to the cold maybe they're not called them. So right now we're talking about words that are more

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Arab. So Mr. Robot

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These are words that can carry different statuses in a sentence, the different statuses that they can carry in a sentence. Is that a fair enough gentleman doesn't that's what they can carry, right, depending on what they are nouns can take off enough of your

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verbs can take. Yes, I mean, so not, not always all for

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now, these statuses are expressed through markers, meaning we know them we know that

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has the status to a marker. These markers will either be Chanukah to many vowels that will be

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lumbosacral. Or they will be haruf letters, like how to find Well, or Hartford and if, or the existence or non existence of how to for noon, or Heartfilia, etc. How do we know it's based on the different types of words. So we studied. First of all, we studied these on their own. And then we studied these. Now the final step is to take the different types of words is to take the singular noun, and study the singular noun. And the different status is that a singlet can carry the examples and the markers that it can carry, that express the status that it has. And that way, we'll look at it from three different angles. But at the end, you'll know that we have certain types of words that

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can carry certain types of statuses. And that is expressed through either how to cut or through letters. And you standing out works.

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As far as I can tell, the Arabic language is extremely logical. When he wants to understand the logic that puts everything together, it becomes more mathematical than anything else, you can see the formula is for everything. And then the norm, meaning 85% of the time, words will follow the farm formulas that we have studied. And then you have 15% of margin for everything that's exceptions to these rules. But once you understand how it works, when your standard, there's different types of words, these different types of words can carry for different types of statuses, and the expression of these statuses or the markers, or, or their letters, or many vowels, I guess I find the three

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different elements. So the three different elements for us for our study, the Arabic language, are the statuses,

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the markers that express them,

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the statuses, the markers that expressed them, and then the types of words.

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So there's the first element, this is the second one. And then this is the third one, examples of this, and it's minimal for

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the singular noun, or Jim and one that go to sell him.

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The sound masculine for oil, etc. So these are types of words, these words will accept these statuses and express that through these markers. And every word has a different marker that will express it every type of word, and can only accept a certain number of statuses. So if you're saying a noun, then immediately by default, it cannot be Masoom, ever. So that's something you'd have to think about. And he would say the word verb, then it can have every module never had to think about that either. That makes sense. So the we're talking about types of words,

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document statuses within sentences,

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and how that's expressed. So these are the three elements of studying words in the Arabic language is three stuff. Now not all languages have that have these elements in them. So if you if you look at the English language,

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that's not the case. First of all, this doesn't exist at all, meaning expression doesn't exist. And the statuses aren't really there, clearly, meaning they will talk to you about an object and a subject and whatnot, but they will not give statuses to these words mean it's not it's not the same way. And when you when you look at other languages as well, like French and Spanish, then you'll find the same thing. What I'm explaining to you in the Arabic language is quite unique to the Arabic language when and if you understand how it works, you will find that there's a lot of logic that is attached attached to that so Charla will study this one more time, meaning we looked at it through

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the lens of the statuses, we looked at it through the lens of the markers, now we're gonna look at it through the lens of the different types of words and that way we've looked at the same thing three or four times and then we'll start building sentences inshallah and we'll start talking about the different types of sentences that exist in the Arabic language and how to build them and how what they mean and what what indications they offer we'll stop with without much insha Allah for today. I will let you go from this torture inshallah we'll see you next week after Monday. So when I learned this, because Allah said the Muhammad anyone earn money