Matn Alajurroomiyyah #11

Adnan Rajeh


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2017 11 10 LMM before Isha

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Almost Alia hit them hammered. Remain.

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So you can this video you remind yourself how cold it was. It was outside today, one of the coldest days of the year at least, you know, the earliest, cold day of the year. All right. We talked about last time we began to speak about last night. We're no awesome fan. And we'll bottom no also mean the tools that will call this cause a federal data not to be more flat, which is default status but to be among sober. And I'll remind you of that quickly. So when founded in Milan,

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what is it about I mean to begin with,

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so it's a present tense verb.

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So present tense verb, is by default

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metaphor. It's in the status of raffia. By default, it's always going to be like that. But it can be one of two things. It could be monsoon.

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It can be mid zoom.

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I don't have the black marker.

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I don't know where it is. I have no idea where the black markers.

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Ask if it has it. Can you do that for me? If it has the black one, you could take the blue one instance did have it.

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So it's always mindful when by default is always gonna be marked one. unless something comes around along and causes it to become monsoon or monsoon. We're talking about the present tense verb here. Okay. So anything that causes it to be monsoon is going to be called nossob. I don't know Seba, or Noah well served as in plural. So no alphabet valuable data are the tools that cause the federal data to become unsolved to have the status of nossob. Right. So meaning we're moving away from its default situation, right? So what I think it was like, so you can give him you can give him back, this and this. Okay. And they both work.

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So what are no awesome in federal model? And so what are the tools that will be used for

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to cause a fair animal data to no longer be in his default status, but rather be in the monsoon status. And he might have been agile room, he counts a number of these tools now. And they're all prepositions. Now. Some of them are extremely important for us to learn. And some of them are less important for us to learn because of some level of disagreement amongst the scholars of linguistics regarding them, and some of them are just very difficult to understand meaning you wouldn't learn them until unless you were studying a second, secondary, or tertiary

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text within the Arabic grammar. So I'll just I'll put the name but I won't talk about and I won't give examples about it. I don't want you to really to know anything about it. Like it's not important at this point. So the first one we talked about the first one.

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The first one is an alright, so the first one

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the most important one. So and I think you gave me a couple of examples last time. Yeah. So can you give me another one?

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something besides Yeah, cool. Think of something else.

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And to Taco

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um, Hasim atom

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and to Taco

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then another AI? Um, has he been dumb and dead the hello

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and Doku in the mountains, you Nikita boo Allah if attained email Commelina?

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Two examples. Now, what are we talked about last time? Was that the federal bottom? How do we know that? It's a federal dod i was gonna Oh, you know, it's a present tense verb. What has to come? What has to be at the beginning of it when a four letters have to be at the beginning of it? Right? Are there Hamza noon? Yeah. Are we any went through them? Last time? So I said,

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a file

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is a family. Right. And you can see there's a Hamza and that's funny. I did something that's talking about me. That is what?

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Yeah, it's the speaker in the singular form, right? It's the speaker and a plural form.

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Now fine, if we're doing it as a group, right? If we're talking about a singular, masculine or singular male, then we'll see. Yes, yeah, fine.

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And if we're if we're talking to someone in front of us, or talking about a singular female, and I said it's the same thing, right? If we're talking to someone, a singular, a singular male, we're talking to someone who has a singular male, or we're talking about a singular female, then it's different. I told you guys, you have to know that the same thing that you'll see the word file, and you won't know are you speaking to a singular male or is

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Thinking about a single female? So are you speaking to a single male? Are you speaking about a single female? Tough aisle? Either way, how will you know the context of the of the sentence is going to tell you tell you and then we went through all the different present tense verbs right? So the present tense verb is by default metaphor

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there you go. If it's one of the five exceptional verbs, then it's going to be

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yes I loon or defy loon

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Fallon or de Falleen?

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What is this size? What is the marker of raffia? For these words?

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What is the macro refer for these words? The presence of the noon as long as the noon is there, then we know it's meant for if it's going to remain sube or Masoom when the marker is the deletion of the noon. So example to Roku

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used to be to throw Hakuna right now the new one was taken away. Why? Because n is before it and is an awesome and turn this present tense verb that is one of the five exceptional present tense verbs right? Turned it from metaphor to among sube

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and cause the noon here to be no more to go to noon. Same thing enter the Hulu no news to be here no more because of the effect of and the same thing for this one and the Hulu here is any hotel room. See the word Yahoo them?

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Right you really is Yahoo smartphone. That's that's the default status of the word Yahoo.

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Probably here it has a flat tire on Yahoo their home. Why? Because n is before and will make it monsoon.

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And we'll give it a tap.

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So Let's revise together something is nice by the exception of what's the link?

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What are you going to tell about these exceptions? What I was saying is that the status of refer the marker is the noon and the marker of Gnosticism is the deletion of the noon. So just saying that a present tense verb

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has three one of these statuses either metaphor letter, which is the default, or it's monsoon, or zoom, right? And we looked at all the different types of present tense verbs last time.

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What are the markers for the present tense verbs?

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Let's do it that way too.

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What are the markers that exist for them? So let's break it down again.

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So the markers meaning the markers of raffia and also been Jasmine, what are they for the present tense verbs so they could be counted last time, all the different present tense verbs, we went through all of them. Let's go through all of them one more time, quickly. So let's go and find an F automobilia.

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This will help you understand what we're going to be studying today. Present tense verbs.

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Now three categories.

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Either the speaker

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we addressed

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or third person.

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Okay, so let's go to the speaker. What do we have?

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So have a single

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a file, okay. If it's plural

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Yeah, it's not fun.

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Anything else?

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Anything else for this for the speaker? It's either one was me. Or I'm talking about us and the group does nothing else. Okay. If it still was dual.

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If it's dual is also plural. So Berlin dual. Okay, when is the speaker is dual.

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And plural when it's Minister Speaker Now if it's the addressed

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so for addressing a single

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will say if I

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if we're addressing a single

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was it

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by talking to one female?

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Yes to Faline. Eileen, you're talking to one female will say to Falleen

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you're talking to a plural

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masculine or male?

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Yeah, well, you're saying that falloon

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I should have done this bigger plural and it was dual.

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becomes tough Island.

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Was dual become certified and

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then if it's plural,

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right, he said Leave that alone until we come to it inshallah just we'll talk about it in a different setting. Third person if we're talking about a single male will say

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so yes, I'll

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ever talking about a single female.

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It's def file. So this is where the confusion becomes right to file to file for addressing a single male or speaking about a third person, single female, right?

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Document plural.

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Plural males, yeah, if either one. And if it's dual meals

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as your fallen and your falloon.

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And if it's plural, female

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it's your file, no to file now.

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Thanks to leave that alone. We'll talk about it later. So these are the all the different

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present tense verbs, how? What are the markers of raffia? And also been jasm? For them? What is a marker of refer for a file?

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How do you know if it's about for

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lumber? Lumber. So if I knew

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it was no so

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that file if it's zoom sukoon a file.

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Same thing goes for this one over here in a file, you know, file the file, the file the file at the file. Now the file in?

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What is the Makarova for it?

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It's the noon. If the noon is there, this metaphor. If the noon

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is deleted,

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then it's my job or my resume. Right? So here I'm sube is Fatah. Masoom is sukoon. Here mon Sobin. Masoom is just taking away the noon and My forte is the noon being there. Just that all of this the same thing for this def I load the file and the same thing. It's the noon.

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Either it's there or it's not. It's the noon either Is there a metaphor or it's not most super much zoom? So when I say no else I'm talking about my sube. So for these one is Fatah.

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And for these ones is the deletion of the noon forget about these two for now. We'll talk about them later. The same thing here. Yeah, finally, finally a file the file after file after file. And the same thing here the new one either is there it's not the new one. Either. It's there it's not.

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Plural. Now, if I don't if I don't Yeah, so we're third person for all male or dual male. Yeah, fine is dual and if either one is plural. So we only have two situations for a female Medora. For a present tense for when it comes to the markers, when it comes to the markers of the statuses of atheism Hinduism. So either is going to be Burma for refer, or the existence of the noon, or is going to be fatahna for Nelson or the deletion of the noon. So when I say that if a present tense verb Islam Sobe than you think in your mind, either you're going to see a Fatah or you're going to see a new one that is deleted, one of two things you're going to see is the present tense verb does

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nothing. There's no dual females included in the dual male for yes or no. Like in third person.

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There will female anywhere.

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Yeah, same thing.

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Same thing, okay, step on it. Okay. We'll cover this a bit more detail later on. It's just for me, what I want you to know is just the basic idea, which is that if you think present tense verb, and I say about a foot to you, then what comes to your mind is you're going to see either Obama or a noon at the end of the word. If I didn't say two months sober, you're gonna think of data, or deletion of the noon. If I say image zoom, you're gonna say sukoon, or deletion of the noon. That's what you're gonna think once I say those words for a present tense verb. That makes sense. So when we talk when we use the examples that you guys gave me, and to track who it was a deletion of the noon, because

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it's monsoon in this in that example was deleted. And yeah, who the home as well so bendy in the marker was if I tell, but it's not going to be anything else. Either that one or another one. Now, sometimes the photo will be there, but it'll be estimated. Sometimes the photo is going to be estimated.

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So we can't see it.

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example I'll give you an example.

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So obviously en USA

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right. So this is an awesome this is

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a tool that does NASA. And yes, it is a fairly modern era. It's the present tense verb that is most so whereas the Fatah, we can't see it, it's on the left on this, this this letter over here.

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But it's much harder I mean, you can't see it is estimated, it's not something we can see. So when you do I would say it's my job. And it's muscle with if I tie that is not written, that is not as estimated and it's not and it's not pronounced. All right.

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The first tool that does not look for a present tense verb is n.

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So whenever you see n before a present tense verb, then what you're going to see after it is either

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a present tense verb

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has a Fatah or a present tense verb

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that has a noon that is deleted at the end of it, one of two things you're going to see in the present tense verb, there's no there's no third

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Fatah or an estimated photon.

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So we'll have to give you an estimate of autonomous but it's still it's still considered to be a photon

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so n

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and you're cool, right? For example. So what are you going to see on we're just code

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Cola, so to be cooler?

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So you're gonna see here?

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Nothing because you have

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no, because the new because this has been,

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in essence, the system huband for you both to go. So what happened was

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so deleted, so enter. Because in a dual form, I'm just giving you a few examples of how this could end up looking when you see the word and the preposition and before a fan mode, and then you know, what's going to be muscled? How is that going to be explained? Either through a Fatah or through the deletion of the noon, one of the two things you're going to see? Okay.

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what does it mean in the

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English language? That

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you're right?

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Mostly when you're when you're using it is more than just that. So there'll be one or two words attached to it for it for a tag and I have a full a full meaning. I'm going to give you a few examples of how that works.

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There's an article about Colorado and I think most of you have heard of a double mountain winner

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of adopt marijuana, and

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you mean, come

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up, no matter where you come.

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Up, I talk my owner, Dr. Martin Weiner is one of the five exceptional verbs right? So it's the present tense verb as the new one at the end of it. So this metaphor, just as an additional piece of information we can take. So Palmer means that you have greed or you're hoping for something if I thought the marijuana is a question, or is it that you guys have the greed or have the hope, or have the desire

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you know, believe that they will believe led them to believe with you me and become believers like you. So this was an idea that was talking to the Muslims, telling them that, you know, the for the Christian and the Jews to accept Islam is gonna be very difficult for them, they're gonna find it hard. So if you guys are hoping that they're gonna do it, even though they've been corrupting their own religion for a long time is a bit far fetched. So that's what the is saying. But I made up my own winner or is that you desire and

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that they will. So it's not just that it's that

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Alright, so, what's in the middle, he or she, they, I, you depending on so those are called are those called pronouns? And their pronoun. So here you're gonna find a pronoun

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to help me with the English. So you're gonna find that someone will and that's what the word so it's funny, or it's interesting because

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it prepositions in the Arabic language have multiple meanings. And usually what they translate to in English language is more than one word

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Word is a number of words and understanding these words and being able to make a big difference. And being able to understand the Quran and when you translate the Quran or you explained the client English and you don't know exactly what the preposition means you can ruin the sentence. You can you can butcher what the sentence is actually saying to the point where it's almost understandable at a certain point, which is important in the market mean, like only or certainly, yeah, so he's more than depending on how this sentence runs you. There's different ways of, of understanding it. Okay, so that's what n means.

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Another example another, the next nossob.

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Len is simple,

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then means something won't happen.

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It is saying that something won't happen in the future. Talking about the future. So future laying something what happened? Give me an idea that hasn't been

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perfect. That's a perfect example.

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Lay me Mina.

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You saw Alan? Right? It's an awesome it's a tool that causes a fairly mobile app that is default ly metaphor to be monsoon? What are you going to see? Either a flat tire or a new desk deleted? What are you gonna see on this one?

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There's not one of the five exceptional verbs just know while at the end of it or Elif. So it's going to be laying your mina

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laying, you'll usually be on the end, or does it not always sometimes in the middle? No, it's always gonna be on? Well, it depends on something attached to the animal data, meaning is a present tense verb, with no attachments at the end of it. If there's attachments, like home, or maybe,

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or a cough, or a cough and a meme, we will talk about these inshallah very soon. But if it's not, there's nothing attached to it, that is going to be at the end of it. Definitely. So lay human. What

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is what this comes before it, and it was related to nuclear power. And the WHO that the matter was lay you mean, I'm in call mica that no one of your people will believe in lemon, except those who have already believed lay your means something is not going to happen in the future. So you say

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if I ask you, are you coming today?

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And you want to say are you going today? And you want to say no, I'm not going you will say

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I don't I am not going? So you're you're denying something? Yeah. So then

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you're right.

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Right. So you'll say your answer would be learn.

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If you're talking about yourself, you'll say

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you're talking you and your friend you'll say never hub right? But so what are we going to see on the word

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I'm gonna see if I tap right either Fatah or the deletion of a noon. So you'll say

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cool that you can ask her a question. You could know what to put at the end of

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you want to continue learning about Isla Ella madrasa. Are you going to school today? Are you going to school the game today? No. Are you going to school tomorrow? Nope. Then

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I'm not going to the school tomorrow you know what to put on the end of and that's something you enjoy seeing anyway

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what else give me more examples

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very good.

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Another famous idea

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sort of a Buck Island and

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you will not find or achieve or obtain bitter which is the highest level of closest to Allah subhanho wa Taala or the highest level of piety and good behavior hack that don't fit all them to hipbone until you you give charity from what it is that you hold dearly to your to yourself. That's what the ISS now when you see then, you know it's an awesome you see after the federal data, you know, it's defendable data that is monsoon you're thinking I'm gonna see either a Fatah or deletion of the noon What is it here?

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Today a loon. It's then tell who is tena Loon, and then we took that new we throw it out lantana Do you see the silence Elena that has never pronounced at the end of it, then that

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makes sense? All right. Give me more examples.

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Okay, good.

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And the Jews and Christians will never be satisfied with you. No matter what you do, or how much you try to bring yourself close to them when you try to you know, start

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If you are allegiances, it's never gonna work. They're never gonna be totally happy or totally satisfied, and they're never gonna totally stand by you just accept that and move on with your life. Well enter Blanca Who do

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you see learn you see presenters for Bactria you know immediately that is going to have their Fatah or deletion of the noon what it is going to have

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what type of Fatah

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estimated or hidden Fatah so the font size here, but it's just not why because I live how do you put a fatality Elif go ahead put a fatality I live none other Hamza don't say that's a Hamza, how you put on the Elif, which is already

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to fight has, the fight has happened. That's always like what a fighter is. It's about well, it's a medieval, you took an olive that is two counts. You said, Alright, let's even cut that in half.

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That's it, we'll call that if I taught. It's all we did. There's nothing else so how do you put Eva Tana on it? And if you can, we can extend the olive to make a lot of sound know that there's, there's med there's a whole concept of med for that we don't do that. So you can't you can't make the font type apparent on the Elif. So you say there's an estimated fatality

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give me another example.

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very good, then toniann Who

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is a good one?

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To do, right, even evidence that they will never find guidance, you will never ever find guidance. And you can see everything is in the future because then focuses on the future. You see, when you see a present tense verb, you're gonna see either Fatah or deletion of the news. So what is it here?

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Then one is gone. It's gone. So this is a Munsell present tense verb and the marker of muscle is the deletion of then we should be doing we took out the new we threw it out for a year. Do you then EBITDA? This is acceptable so far, you're understanding the concept. Let Antonia

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so so we're gonna say it's either deletion, or if I ta right, it's gonna be a Tallinn, Estonia. Because this is a present tense verb.

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That's either talking

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that was either talking, addressing a single male, or speaking about a single female. Right? What is the one that you had?

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Say again

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Antonia and whom?

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Do whom? Right. So whom means they, so we're talking about? We're talking about we're talking about a single female, right as a group. So sometimes groups will be looked at it as as one single female Gemma because we're Gemini is feminine. So any group, you can speak about a group as a single female, because it's a group. It's a thing, you're not talking about the people inside the group. You're just talking about the group as a single female. So we're talking about the third person for that is of course a bit more complex example. But it's good, because we have a fatality yet and Antonia Zetlin Tony then Tonia

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you have more

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Yeah, very good.

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Very good lady yet Kula

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law yet collagen and they said that the only ones who will enter paradise or no one will enter Paradise, no one will enter paradise except if they are Jews or Christians. So we see when we see a present tense verb, we know we're gonna see either Fatah or deletion of the newness months old and in this case is going to be

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a towel. Then get the Hula, hula Janetta

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when Lana de hula Hubbardton Madea movie when it was like you said to Musa when he told them to enter coil and the hula

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Abba then we are never going to enter my damn movie. As long as the Philistines are in there, we're not entering. So you see land you see a present tense verb, you know, you're going to see either a Fatah or deletion of the noon What are you going to see on this one?

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Where does the verb end?

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Where's the verb end here?

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Yeah, so let the whole is the verb her is enter it, and that's attached to the end. So this is the verb,

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not the whole. So what are you gonna see at the end of it? deletion of the neuter if so if I tell the children who has to be defined to Neptune, it's cooler. Green has to be like the Yeah, and a whirlwind. Elif coming towards the noon, so not the hula.

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So that's an example where the Fatah is not the end of the word. It's at the end of the verb

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verb is not at the end of the word yes, as long as there's a problem in front of it, so just look just before the pronoun. Yeah, exactly. So here for example, this is a pronoun.

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And it's talking about Jerusalem right as a single, single feminine female. So the verb ends up the lamb and the lamb gets the fatter Okay, so that's Len

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Len Jelani, which makes it that's really complicated but Mr. Moss let us

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lend us Bella

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so what you're gonna see on Wednesday marker,

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a microbe muscle for this present tense verb is going to be a fighter.

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Lan terani When I lost a pound I told more Sally Ceylon, you will not see me.

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Alright, so what is it? What is the what is the marker for this one? This is an awesome and this is a valuable data and present tense verb does one. So what is the marker of no support?

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Yeah, so this is a verb and has a pronoun attached to the end of it. Right? So Tara is the verb nee is me. Right? So see,

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you won't

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me so that Tara is the actual verb, right? And it's going to human so whatever time but the factor is going to be

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estimated on the right, like like Yes sir. Like I gave you exam so the next time say things out is important that we kind of So Tara, the word Tara

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if you smell song, if it's if it's metaphor, what do we do with this metaphor?

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For either Obama or noon, Is it snowing? Is it one of the five exceptional verbs? No, so it's going to be a bummer whereas Obama put them before me.

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is nothing to do. So it's an estimated lumma

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and it's an estimated Fatah and if it's Masoom who just delete the

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remember one of the site one of the markers of jism is deleting the vowel will offend right so becomes Tara

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so it becomes a big zoom man so you just say there's an estimated photo here and estimate we can't see it's estimated right here the same thing tiny so complex one.

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But now we've we've covered all the different ways present tense verb can be among so either you're looking at a Fatah, you're looking at the deletion of the note or an estimated Fatah if that word has a vowel like an Elif at the end of it. Specifically, having a while where you look at it like lentils NIA has a yet it will get the data only there's an Elif, at the end will not be able to be apparent it'll be estimated at the end. Okay, what's the next

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event we're not gonna talk about even because it is very, very complicated in this and there's a lot of difference of opinion, whether it is analysis of federal data all the time or not. What we know is that isn't would only be analysis will only be a tool that will cause nasem for ephemeral data, if it comes at the beginning of the sentence if it's in the middle of the sentence, it doesn't do it. So and that's a very specific usage for it. And it's not a very common nossob So you can just kind of look look away from that altogether. That's number four number three number 4k K is important.

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So um means

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that someone will or that something will right, then means

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lead means

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will not k means

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so that are in order

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for it gives reason. This is a big big prenup, proper preposition in the Quran is very important. Why? Because this tells you reasons. Allah subhanaw taala gives rulings in the Quran. Not too often. Does he give reasons for them. But when he does, he will use certain tools for you to know that this is a reasoning after k is one of the big ones. When he says key, you know, that the reason what's coming next is a reason and you should understand the reason D deeply why so that you can understand the ruling properly. The ruling will change if the reason changes, right. And this is a big big part of understanding fill in the Quran. Understanding the usage of k k means so that or because of that

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always be explicitly alert sometimes the heck

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it could be the Hikmah sometimes

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So there are a few examples for that. But

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like kind of like oh like we've been fasting is making sure that wouldn't be destroyed. Yeah, but they didn't use cave they're like most most of the uses of caves for reasoning I'll give you an example for that in the Quran and Sunnah pleasure

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ma Allahu Allah Allah Suleyman, Al Quran whatever Allah subhanaw taala gives His Prophet and the Muslims of bounty from all the regions surrounding them funny Allah He was truly what he did quarterback well yeah Tana when masa kini wabi sabi so he goes to Allah subhanaw taala His prophet, and those who are related to them and those who are poor and those who don't have Yeah, Kayla Kona so another Sahaba didn't like that very much the followed it they did not like it why because what was the customary for Arabs? Is that if you find you got the bounty and if you didn't you don't get any bounty doesn't matter I don't care I thought you didn't get the bounty you don't fail is when

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you fight but not but the fight doesn't happen you go you go to defend and the fight doesn't happen and you end up just getting bounty so from that it was just it's distributed equally amongst everyone and more specifically, more specifically or the highest amount went for those who are needy and it's all about like what we got ready we took time out of our day we went and do that did this we're gonna fight yes but we deserve to get something and Islam said no. You give it to the the private 100 Distribute amongst the poor the people don't or people who are in need. Now the area says Kayla

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you're gonna do Latin

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Lena Lavinia iminco

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so that

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you're gonna do that and so that money will not be because that is to say not will not be doula 10 meaning restricted or limited will Alinea income amongst the rich and this is the law that all Islamic finance as follows the point of Islamic finances is that money does not stay within the upper 1% or 2% is that we make sure that money flows and distributes itself amongst those who need it as well it doesn't become we're not putting a system that will cause the rich to get richer and the poor to get poorer. This is the reasoning so if an Islamic system is put forward that does not do that then that system needs to be revised and changed why because this is the reason it's a big

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deal this is a reason why he wants this to happen. It tells you why then you have to hold on to that reason understand and make sure that you you guide every ruling in its to serve that and if the Islamic system at some point stops doing that mean it starts to make the rich richer and the poor poor and you get rid of it you get something different or you revise your approach altogether because the point of any system is any financial system is that money does not become restricted in the hands of the EU saying how important or important this idea is so K

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gives reason right? Okay causes even if there's a law in between doesn't matter like law you can it will come quite often there when you see it.

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You know that the present tense verb after it is going to be monsoon. So you're gonna see either one you can either see a title or the deletion of the noon so the word yakun This is a present tense verb What are you going to see on it

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so we're gonna see a tower deletion of the noon but

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if you're gonna say well there's a whirlwind No, John will delete the noon yes, if you said Yeah cool. Noona

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in that side, then you get cool. No, yes. But this is singular. Yeah. Hakuna singular for a third third party meal then it's it gets a Fatah Nikolai Hakuna alright okay like

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another example can you give me more examples of Ki

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kala perfect but yeah we don't we're not talking about you're

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not talking about that specific example which is a plural third party plural for all females to accompany but you're right that is that is that is 100%

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and you're off now for you then that's okay. So the example that I'm going to give you as Michaela

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is suited to

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So I don't know if decal

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be mad.

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So you saw the word key. Sometimes the lamb will come before okay.

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And there'll be a lot after it. It doesn't do anything like they're just additional additional to make the reason even bigger. So that there we

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in your studies, your the reason that you're studying right now is a stronger reason. And K is still doing its job, it's still an alpha, but federal bonus still is going to give a flat tire is going to be put to the President's verb in the status of Nelson. So you're going to see either a Fatah or deletion of the noon. So what are you seeing here?

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If I tower deletion of the noon,

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so it used to be Sona,

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and then K, affected and the noon was deleted. Now why write the whole area because the world

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did tie sentences. And it makes verbs that are after it similar to verbs that are beforehand we'll study that. So telephoto is a verb that is being added to so so if that was a monsoon, that definitely was also going to be monsoon and Defra who used to be tough for a homeowner, so it loses its noon as well. So k also killed the noon here. And if you kept on saying, well, well, adding verbs they would keep on losing their neurons because of because of K.

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very similar so so that or in order for something to happen, so it's talking about this giving.

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let's do the force.

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Learn with daleel.

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The lamb that gives gives reasons that gives reasoning

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are these similar and meaning very much so? Very much so.

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So they're very similar almost both these words can be used for cake and for lamb Italian.

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So learn Italian is a land that offers reasoning. It says why? Because of

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or so that or for the reason of praying so lately I'm Italian for the reason of

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give me examples.

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Give me a few examples.

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Leah Coolio. rasuluh, Shahidan Alikum.

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Now what is important about the lamb here, what's important about the lamb here is that it attaches itself to the fair animal data. So 123 They don't attach themselves to the present tense verb, they are their own entity. And then after them the present tense verb will come. But Lammott daleel No Limited is one letter so we'll come in attach itself to the to the present tense verb. So now we are cooling is the present tense verb.

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And now this time has to have a customer on it. So it's lI

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right now, it's an it's an awesome service or something. It's a tool that will cause a default Marfan Medora to become a mum Sobe presidents verb what are we going to see rather than to see if I can or the deletion of the noon so what are you going to see here? Fatah This is not Hakuna it's going to be Hakuna Matata Hakuna rasuluh Shahidan Alikum

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for the reason of the Prophet becoming the witness for you and he sent he was sent amongst us on the lesson for the reason of him being on your milky amateur witness amongst all of us are on all of us how we did our job yes

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raise your voice a bit I can't hear you

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yeah of course now as I was saying no lamb he is denying something. It has to be lamb with a customer attached immediately to the to the verb itself another example that I'll give you

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lead you is actually a hole it's a part of the of the fairing so the lander is has to be aligned with the cursor anyway

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yes, I saw the painter answer to him

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Yes, yes.

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So he kala we use K for that one.

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I don't use the same thing twice think of something else. So Leah's L. So again, you can see that the lamb

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how's it gonna use thinking the right direction?

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It's attached itself to the word the present tense verb Yes. Right. So yes, we're gonna see either a fat tail on it or deletion of the new word is going to be here.

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Obviously it's going to be

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Right? There's no new interviewee deleted here. You're gonna see a well or yeah at the end in order for you to say that. New is going to be deleted. What else

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Very good that's that's that was hoping someone come up with the one and sort of

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let the UCLA call motor will hire. You see how important this becomes now. Now you understand that you understand the reasoning so this is a reason I love the Holika motor will hire to He is the One who created death and life.

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you see the word you see that Li

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it's a game changer take that out and I mean yeah he loses 99% of what it was supposed to mean that Lee that little lamb there makes a big difference now he's telling you well why did you create that in life? Isn't that the epic question of the human race? Now we all asking why did you bring us here Olivia falafel moto

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was the one who created death and life

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you can

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know in the created different life li

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for the reason of

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why oh the reason why he graded you for the reason of your blue or come to test you to trial you to evaluate you for you to be given a chance to prove yourself that's what the blue icon means. Yes

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I can always see your lips moving

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Yeah Very good. Very good. You can masala which of you have the best behavior or just the best deeds or performance the best actions? So lamb lamb Italie you see it you know that its analysis of the federal law and it's one that offers defendants current turns a federal law that the monsoon you're going to see either a Fatah or deletion of the noon so when is it going to be into words who first of all where does the verb end here?

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Very good. Yeah blue right. So the comm is you

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test you so the word is yeah blue. The present tense verb is yeah blue. So what is it the deletion of the owner of

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Fatah very good so it's Leah but Lulu

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Leah Blue Welcome

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your blue comm if the lamb was in there but with the name is going Leah Blue Welcome we'll stop in Charlotte with that so 1234 and then K lately these are the nuances of a federal law that we studied this week and shall we'll continue next week inshallah be studying Exactly. So that's gonna be happening in two weeks believe Muhammad Allah and he used to have his name