Matn Alajurroomiyyah #15

Adnan Rajeh

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2017 12 8 LMM before Isha

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Have you ever heard of datamine Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad Allah. So we started studying last time was flattened SMA which are nouns that are given the status of Raafat within a sentence Okay, so we talked about and fine

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and the second one we will move through and let the lamb use some blue meaning the objects so the fire is the subjects and then an object that doesn't have a an identified doesn't have an identified subject within the sentence me this the subject has been conceptually removed through using a passive verb Okay, and it's called noble vile, the altar the old

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substitute for the subject or an alternative subject examples of that is

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Aquila

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flu?

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A bomb?

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The child, right? Eat the food. So, if you were talking about what is the fad here?

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Was the subject Yes.

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Nikita Fluffy 50. Right. So it's more for right what is the what is the marker of refer for it? lumma. Right. So if you were to take out conceptually take this word out, we would change the way the verb work to the verb would become a passive verb, how would it become? Okay, very good. So I can I would turn into the word Akela.

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And this guy would be completely taken out. It would be okay love bomb.

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A bomb food used to be an object in this sentence, because we conceptually removed the subject by turning the verb into a passive verb, right? This now becomes not even five or in my folder. Let me let me show you who the either is called the alternative the substitute for the subject or an object that does not have an identified subject. And it's multiple as well. So here, what would it be here? He wouldn't be an object would be my soup. So in that in the second first sentence, I got pivotal.

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But here it's gonna be it's gonna be metaphor, right? It's one of them are flights, one of them is going to be Okinawa.

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Okinawa, okay, so we can get a few more examples of that.

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Yeah, exactly. So it's an alternative a five at this point, so we can get a few examples of that.

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Let's get a few more examples.

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Yes.

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Yeah, yeah. So we can say

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let's

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use this example that's less violent. For a moment. Something that's less more difficult. It was difficult. We also you guys give me examples of passive passive verbs. Last time, give me more examples

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give me a passive give me give me like a lot last time. Thank you.

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Okay.

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All right. I'll give you I'll give you a few examples until you until you can come up with something talked about.

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So the man, I've got the Roger loon man, the man took the money. Okay. So who's the subject in this example, who's affected

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by the man, and it's wonderful. And so what is the mark refer for it.

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And this guy is an object so it's an malah. Now if we conceptually remove the subject, by turning this verb into a passive verb, what will become? They become? Okay.

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Kung Fu, V. And then this, what was once an object now becomes an alternative to the to the subject or a substitute to the subject. And now it's Missoula. Okay, then.

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And you're saying how this is working with conceptually removing

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the subject by changing the verb from a from a direct verb to a passive verb to a verb that is identified as Melbournian and matures. We don't know who did it doesn't matter who did it.

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So I'll give you an example. Never.

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Listen, that's not that's too hard.

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So Hamilton Mala aka to Allah so on the Day of Judgment The angels will carry or carry the earth with everything that is in it. So this is the verb who is the subject obviously the midday grain salsa here

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what is the marker of raffia on it lumber and here a lot of them right now if you were to conceptually remove

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this object How would you turn this oh you turn this into

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community right will join to

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me

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and then

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becomes what is going to be like gonna give you an example in the Quran. So

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in nama

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right

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now in nama doesn't really serve as anything in sentences, it is just there to say exclusively, right exclusively, yada yada yada, and that tells you information. So it doesn't really change anything in the sentence. So it's just there. Doesn't do anything, right. So we look at the word after it. The word after it is the first word of the sentence. Is a vowel or is it a verb or a noun?

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It is a noun, right? It's not a verb. So if it's a noun, that this is a noun based sentence.

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Which is, are we talking about? What are we talking about? What meaning?

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Yeah, what are we talking? What are we saying about them? What meaning that they are? Brothers? Right? So we're talking about them what we mean by saying that they are brothers sons, and that they are really yeah, they should see each other as brothers. So this one becomes an adopted

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in this one comes cover. Now both of them are going to be what? The whole point of this study, both of them are? metaphor, and both of them are for more than about the status of refer. What is the indication of affair in the or the marker of rough and the word meaning?

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Wow, wow, this is this is a gem Malmo that can celebrate a masculine sound plural. So if it was number four, it was monsoon Burma, Judah would have been mean, right? So it's the wild that tells us that this is more for the word Aqua. What is the marker or refer for it?

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Right. So

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in the moment, miuna.

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Okay, let's think of other examples. Give me more.

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Give me a Quranic Lenzerheide the prophetic narrations, just for the just to jog your memory because I can't come up with anything really, it's just a matter of kind of using understand get the point of understanding Arabic for most of us is that we strengthen our understanding of the Quran and the Hadith of the prophets of Allah so that this is the basic goal that you want to achieve. So think think of an example from the Messiah.

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Yeah,

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I'll get us into that one first, because that's easier. And we'll go back to you a bit more complex. So Muhammadan

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rasul Allah. All right. So this one is pretty straightforward. There's really nothing there. It's the first word is a noun. So it's a noun, base sentence, it's going to be made out of a cover, right? So which one is which was the photo? Who are we talking about? Are we talking about Rasul Allah about Muhammad? Talking about the Prophet? What are we telling? What is our information that we have about him that he is a pseudo law? So you know, the one thing that we're talking about is the Moqtada. And the information we are bringing is the hover So Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is mucked it up

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and this is the information now what is what both these words are going to be

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marked for right what is the marker of offended word Muhammad?

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It is the muscle Muhammad and what's the marker of raffia and the word Rasool

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also the muscle Muhammad was to Luma that is a different word. We'll talk about that later. For now just understand the metaphor we're studying animal flight we're saying the words that are given the status of sentences so when you have a known base sentence, the first word that is that we're talking about is

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the book to them and the information we're giving about it is cover give me more examples amuse example that brother use of give us give us

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Yeah, why are you enjoying them today? Can you think of agenda for a second I think we

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let's say like us, I would prefer now

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you're very drunk and dark flakes right now use it. So let it go.

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agenda now means that

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Those, those people are them. Right? So that's, are they?

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Who are the people of genuine people of Jen? Right? So, Burton is a straightforward sentence, it begins with what was you begin with noun or verb.

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Now, there you go. So it's a noun, base sentence, very simple, right? And on base, and this is gonna have a Muqtada. And we're gonna have something that we're talking about an information we're giving about that thing that we're talking about. So there's gonna be the, the subject or the object, and then the information regarding it. So who are we? Who are we talking about them or talking about type agenda? Talking about them? What are we? What are the information that we're giving about them?

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That there are cyber agenda? So we're talking about these guys? Who are they?

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Yeah, and that's what they

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cover. They are both martial art. So what is the marker of

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here?

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Forget it. That is too complex for today. Let's just leave that out the marker. We'll study it later.

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Right, the marker is a bummer. So it was horrible.

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It was a bit too complex for us to talk about today. But it's no it's not. It's just it's just

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right.

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So what is what is this sentence?

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No one based or is it verb based?

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Now start with the nouns and noun base. But there's a verb right there.

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So what do we do now?

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So this is an example of a noun based sentence that has a within it has a verb base sentence. So there are two sentences happening right now. There's a noun, base sentence, that's the bigger picture.

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And then over here, we have a verb base sentence.

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Now, if it's a noun based sentence, we're going to have a month. And that's about who's the Who are we speaking about? So who's gonna looked at it here? Now Miss ROM has looked at it. That means he is wonderful one, what is the marker of growth around him?

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Words is

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tremendous man.

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Is the Joomla.

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Yeah, it's me. Yeah. So his cover is the verb base Sentence that comes after.

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Because that's the information we have. Right? It's actually the whole sentence is the cover. And then we have to deal with the sentence as a verb base sentence and study it different on its own. That's why it's a bit more complex, right? So we look for things that don't that doesn't have that complexity. What would what would take away that complexity? If he would say, Ahmed?

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He's a player, and this is the cover.

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Is there a difference in terms of meaning? Of course, it's a big difference in terms of what the meaning actually has. That's why when you go from a noun based to a noun, based complex with a verb, or without it, the meanings will change based on what you're using and what why you're trying to say things or what you're trying to say. Alright.

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Any more, give me

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that's a verb base cool with each command, right? So you're supposed to

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That's how we'll fill it out.

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Cover it's just a like to think of something and then someone giving you information. So what about us how it will feel there has to be a piece of information that can that comes after that? Yeah.

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To an extent that's correct, but just very, very

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confusing for people. It is very confusing. Okay.

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Comment is a very big sentence.

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What about him? So Robert Alameen.

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So the Lord of the Worlds What about him?

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So I had him he knows me right now you have a noun base sentence, Rob, who is

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an island, Mr. Cabrera. Right now, you know, you know what's happening? Because if you say no, but I mean, it's not a sentence. It's the word the Lord of the Worlds Yes. What about him? Give me something tell me something right. So, there has to be something after that. You always have to think of the meaning. Understanding grammar is learning to understand meanings within within sentences. Yes.

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Again, what about what about it? He is the Owner of the Day of Judgment, owner the judgment, right. So you need you need you need

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Something to do to talk about him something to add to that. Alright, let's go to the fifth we'll come to I'll give you like a ton of examples and show listen, I just want you guys to kind of think about about things like that. So number of deaths number 123 and four number five

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it's mukana walk over to here

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this mukana

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Now,

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number one we talked about

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literally one minute ago. So now we're going to add something to this so Allah who

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go for

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where you wanted to hear.

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Allah, where's the cover?

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And they're both metaphor.

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There are things that will intersect this they're small there are different types of words that will enter sentences that will play around with the sentence and change things in it. An example of something an external effector that can come to a sentence is a word Kana.

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What is kind of media

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so what does kind of mean? Like he was, so kind of means something has always been like that.

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The word kinda in Arabic when you use it in the term that is used for kinda means something has always been like that. It's not that it was no it maybe means it was then the meaning change the sentence changes Ghana here means it's always been like that. Another example of a word that's very similar. So the name ism it's called the name of kinda well it are the brothers and sisters of Canada, Canada is the head

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the head of a household of a family of words, Canada and

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all SMA

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um, so what else do you have?

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Sora

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is a different household. These two households are enemies, their sworn enemies that was holed up in the household of Canada, they don't like each other at all. So there's a number of different words I gave you like, for that you should know all of them had the similar means can now it's always been like that. ossabaw It was like that in the morning. Or it became that I'm sorry, it was like that in the evening. Or it turned into that Florida it became that it's all the same meaning something has always been or became such so can hola hola for Rahima no for but this guy comes in does is he comes to the sentence the the noun based sentence that has within it Muqtada

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and they'll cover

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and then he makes a difference he changes things. So how would you read this? I am Hamid cannula. How would you read it?

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Why not go forward and Isn't this awesome?

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Yeah, so these guys

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this family comes and it affects the cover. It comes to the cover. And the cover that used to be Marfa will no longer be marked for they'll turn it into something Hmong sube so they'll give it a town kind of logo for

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it anyhow, so what kind of Allah who I season Hakima kind of Allah who i Li monka DERA kind of Allah who there's a lot of example if we were on Rahima what kind of Allah who i Li Min Hakeem a lot of examples in the Quran. Why because Kana and this family of words kind of themselves, or all the mean basically the same thing. It's always been like that, it became like that, right? Something adds adds a meaning to the sentence, but it it affects the second word of the, of the of the noun base synthesis affects the cover, and it gives it a muscle. What is this guy called now?

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Yeah, so this is no longer called covered. It's called covered Canada. Is the information given through the word Canada. And this is called is some kinda it's called the object or the noun that is follows Canada and it's always marked for its left metaphor. That's why one of them are for artists it's mukana work Alaska and all the different the household all those exact same thing. Yes, yeah.

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Yes, give me an example.

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Yeah, but there's no Yeah, you see your true it's just it's missing certain words. Yes.

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Yeah, yeah, there's always a change in meaning. There's always a change in meaning.

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So

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Allah will go for is a very rigid, kind of lifeless statement, meaning it's timeless man it doesn't doesn't explain any definitive details he is ALLAH is forgiving kinda logo for Rahima is saying he has always been like that and will continue to be so. So it adds that that movement in the sentence meaning

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How to add somebody changes kind of adds them in

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what happened by changing

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so what what kinda is affecting, it's affecting the cover, there's the word that's affecting, it's making this word more dynamic, it's saying that it's always been it's giving it a timeline and saying that this is the beginning the time to end uptime, it's always been the same thing. It's not affecting the motor, the motor staying exactly the way it is. It's affecting the other words so it becomes more so if you remember what is when we studied and what nossob is nosleep is either

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muscle is a primary word in the sentence that's affected from from from an external source. So this is the external source and this is the primary word in the sentence that got affected by it. Oh my god effect this was even before but it got affected and canceled.

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Yes, grammatically, and it's and it's to the Congress specifically Yes. Yeah. Hamdi.

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Very good. See, awesome. Um, the you gotta you gotta go now. Well, I do who

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now the actual sentence is what I do who

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my phone while I do his, his promise, my fluid me is going to happen. It's going to come with no way to and this is a known base sentence, right? The noun base sentence, both words are more for so why do my phone and then the word can came in affected the sentence is going to affect the cover over here? What is it going to do to it is going to give it

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and also that's kind of why I do who my formula. Now this guy here has no color no longer called them. He's called it some kinda.

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And this guy here is called cobalt kinda.

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Alright, let's try a few more extreme examples

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getting more examples kinda or I'm sorry Aasbo soda aisle spa

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Yeah, we did kind of log and think of something else.

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Consumers want others to buy you just always choosing the stuff that I have to take 510 15 minutes explaining how it works. So quantum

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No, that's too confusing. People gonna get confused at this stick to the simple stuff.

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Kinda Can you think of a sentence in the Quran? That has kinda

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Yeah, but I need some kind of to be there. So it's some kind of there is estimated it's just not it's not written it's not verbalize or it's not vocalize to think of something that is written

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Okay, stick to the will stick to the falafel guy. It seems to be easy. All right.

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So kinda low Semyon.

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So what is the origin of the sentence before?

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Below Semia This is a noun based sentence that has a Muqtada and the hubbub right both of them are full so Allah who sent me on and then you can use the Quran and then kinda right kind of came and it's going to affect the cover over here is going to make it more up on soup so effects this guy and make some more soup. What does Allah stay

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for? But what is it called now?

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Some kinda right. That's why one of the metaphors is some kind of wacko it's kinda because it's a household right? It's not just one word kinda has a number of children about how well sada

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Yeah, but look for something different because there's no there's no some kind of that we can we can see. And you know, it was very good boiler room was one

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very good, good example. So Ebola is another

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is another child or brother of

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kinda what you

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so the origin of the sentence is what you

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had done.

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His face turned black are turned very dark, right because he had a child who has a daughter who was very happy with it. So what you will miss this is the Muqtada this is the cover both of them are for so what you who who Musa doing

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so when you add Bala? You can. What jus mustered done, it affected. The fact that this guy over here, the hover and this module stayed metaphor and it's called Awesome. balena came with some Bala. All right. Good.

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Let's just we're just missing we're just missing the cover. It's estimated I'll explain estimation very soon but it's estimated the company has

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Yeah, but there's no there's no somebody there. Keep on looking.

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Where's kinda? So here riding we're looking for something that's going to be affected by kinda or our spa overall Oh, I'm sorry. Yes.

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Okay, there's not a hedonic one but fine Fair enough. Fair enough

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so the origin of this sentence is author

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water is scented has an accent, it has a fragrance right behind him out on it. The water became fragranced the water became it became something it wasn't like that before but it is now that's what it means. Also high is one of the daughters or sons of Guyana so does the same thing is going to affect the second word. This is the moment this is the cover practice to uncover

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is going to affect the cover

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is going to leave the move to the alone. So us Maha Alma is going to stay Mr. Fuller what's the marker of rough town map mama and here's going to be if I tighten those muscles and this is called now

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because some ossabaw

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right but some kind of is one of them are flights. It stays nothing touches it. So when you when you see Oh, some kind of what it actually is, is just a previous move to that used to be a Muqtada but now because kinda and whenever it's just or one of his daughters came in, it affected the sentence. It stayed metaphor, but now it's called with some kinda this is just a move to the in disguise. So this guy over here

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it's a rip off. He's just looked at it. So he is didn't do anything. It's just that he wasn't affected by the word that came before Yes. Yeah Hamdi.

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Sure, what kind of, there you go, that's fine. I can live with that one.

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Okay

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and Alavi frozen.

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Now, the origin of this sentence is pretty simple.

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There Lika

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and Allah Laurie

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froze, so that he can't mean that that thing we're talking about something that we know about, right? Something that we've identified before that right and Allah He in the eyes of Allah or in the

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in the judgment of Allah subhanaw taala follows is a win. Right? So in the law is an extra part of the sentence that does this is the move to the over here

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that allocates them up to that.

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And here is the cover.

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So when Kenny came in, it affected was where's it going to affect? It affects the cover, right? The cover goes from Mr. Fuller, rica frozen, it becomes frozen. And then it stays some kinda.

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You're gonna ask me well, where's the marker of raffia? And the were the Lika Oh, that's something we'll talk about later. Because the marker of Africa with delicate is not apparent. It's something that we don't we don't actually know because we can't see it because it was dedikate doesn't change it always stays bedika It could be more formal. So it doesn't that never changes.

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Yeah, it just missing is just missing something. Just missing. It's missing. It's missing a cupboard. That's all missing October. One more One more example. Let's see if I can get one more example out of you.

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We've done we've done I think our fair share of kinda low

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There you go.

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Mark, I'm gonna move very good.

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Now

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the origin of the sentence is Malcolm

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go war. That's the origin of the sentence. Gold means under the ground you can't you can't extract you can't get it anymore. So your water is under the ground right. Now both of them are what what are these two things? We looked at it what are we talking about here?

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Yeah, so water is what we're talking about. So it's smoked it? What is our information that we have about it? Know what's under the ground? So what's covered? There boy is going to be wonderful when I saw Malcolm what is the marker of of raffia and Malcolm

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where am I

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Ahmed

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Hamza, right? So over here because this part of Colombia is an extra it's a pronoun, right? So now okay, and where's the Western Marco profounder? What is owed?

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Dolan? Right, so as Maha came comes along that's why comes along. And what does it do? What does it affect?

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Yeah, it's going to affect the cover because it's one of Canada's daughters or sisters so affects the cover and the cover of gold from metaphor to being mine so and this thing over here Malcolm stays the same. But what is it called now?

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It was from us behind right?

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So now we'll go into repub isn't there above is the same thing like my local minimum today smartphone and here it's just the same thing it's just called the some kind of No, but it's the same thing is caused by comes in and hits the second word. Now we're going to talk a second we're talking an example of another like in their foreign enemies, their arch enemies they come in and they don't touch the cover, they hit it right away. But for these guys, they only hit the cover and they changed the cover with some kind of move to that stays and it's called with some awesome power or some kind of awesome answer and it stays metaphor.

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We have time for two more examples

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Okay

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sure, but what's kind of there

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it's just a marker of refer there is concealed as its estimate. It's not apparent.

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I'm not gonna give you guys the second one. The second one I'm going to stick to some kind of just give me a few more examples.

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Just a second ago your chef gave me something new.

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Okay, something that doesn't have that again it's Can you guys think of something does have that

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kind of there

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Yeah, kind of a shooter but where's dusum? Where's the motor that's he's not there. It's concealed. A lot of times there'll be words that are concealed or estimated and sentences we need so we're looking for sentences that have both both elements of the sentence in its so let's let's give you an example of maybe something a bit

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more time okay now

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the weather was nice, right? So if you took the origin of the sentence is Joe

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Jeanine the weather is looked at as nice as the cover kind of enters what does it do what does it affect

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the cover so the cover goes from going Jamila comes Jamila and and this guy stays the same.

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He just called this him kinda, that's all about changes that he called is called was and I will give more examples of all of this next time because I come over here to Patagonia Hamdi Krishna Allah Allah He learned after Hirokawa to