Matn Alajurroomiyyah #16

Adnan Rajeh


Channel: Adnan Rajeh


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2017 12 15 LMM before Isha


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The speakers discuss the use of flexible and flexible noun phrases in sentences, including "good to noon," "good to the end," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the person," "good to the

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100 little blood I mean and also get them humble.

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Okay, so, what is this? This is called an amount for activated

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nouns that are in the status of Rafa. Now for a quick reminder, you can always standing up most of the time, so if you want to. So

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what are the statuses that nouns can carry in a sentence, right? So

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nouns estimate Morava Maraba means that they're flexible, they can carry different statuses, I'm kind of reminding you of what we studied at the beginning, right? So we have what 27 seconds they carry?

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Three, whereas the first one

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more for

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food, and

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more or more food, right? One of those three. So any given now that is more up that has the flexibility to carry more than one status in a sentence can either be my full suit module, does anyone remember what metaphor usually means?

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So main character.

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So main character, right?

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affected, so as to be unaffected main character, something that's not being affected from outside of the foot from a from an exterior element within the sentence or from outside, it's as it has to be a main character in the sentence, right? Monsoon one of two things.

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Is either secondary character.

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We're tainted or affected.

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Main character.

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My role is I needed

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elements in the sentence. So these are the status that these words mean. So we say something is about a form. That's what it means no matter for usually, how do we what are the what are the markers of raffia? That we know? What is the most famous Makarova? Not missing? The most famous of all right? Is the llama.

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Are there other markers? Yes, there are LLF?

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There is well, there is the Bucha noon?

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Correct? These are the different markers that can exist for months. So what is the most famous marker of nossob?

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What is the most famous marker of jam?

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So what other exists for this many? Yeah, okay. So that can be used sometimes for this

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has been known.

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There's different there's different things, there's actually, there's more, but generally speaking, it can be

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can be a fight, or sometimes can be a, right, etc. So there's different markers. It's not always the same. Now for the, for the purposes of making this easy. When I'm giving examples of this, I'm trying to look for Obama on you, because we're talking about four, right and about four, it means nouns that are what that are, is over here.

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So only studying this, we're not studying these right now, we're not saying we're not studying in Musselburgh automation, we're going to study them. But right now we're studying LMR for SML. So we're studying the nouns that are marked for one of these four markers are going to be visible on the end of

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on the end of them. Now the good to noon is not for a for a noun, right, with a newness for, it's for the five exceptional verbs. So this one you guys you take out altogether because we're not you. So we're gonna see either a llama and Elif, or a well as a marker of refer. Now what types of words within grammar is Mark? These are the seven types of words that are metaphor. And you're saying how this is all kind of connected. So when we're studying flexible words, flexible nouns in a sentence that can take came when there's one status we have refers to the sea status they can carry. So we're gonna study right now, our vow nouns that are metaphor, right? What are the grammatical words that

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we can have multiple and a sentence as nouns? These are the seven types of words that we will find. Okay. And these are the markers, llama or Elif are well, okay.

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We're looking at untainted main characters in a sentence.

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untainted main characters in a sentence? And if I was if I mean

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once it's good,

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yeah, so this subject very good one who did it?

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Is he a main character or is he not a main character? 100% He's a main character. He's the most important character you didn't

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know him. Now I've been fine. The substitute of the subject so the subjects not here. He tags out. This guy comes in so he's going to get the same he's going to be treated this

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Same way right? Or it's called in my phone Allah de la Musa Lu right the object that doesn't have a an identified subject so a substitute for this object so it substitutes him so he's a substitute

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on the subject right still the main character because somebody is not there you have to carry now this poor guy to carry both the subject and the object and one yes and take care of everything. Once removed

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right? Yes. What is it good?

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It's like the

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Yes, so the main noun of the sentence, right? If you have a noun, remember what types of sentences do we have? Yes, it was.

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Yeah, so verb based

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philia. And now in based

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fairly and Isthmian. Right. In the verb base, you find that fine.

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You find that if if

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so, these two you'll find them in a failure. Here you'll find that move to them.

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You'll find they'll cover

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up that is the main character and in the

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know one base sentence, a cover is the second is a piece of information that explains it. So these two guys are the main characters of the noun base sentence. So the main characters

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of noun base sentence

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like what I sent out was Lufia. sky is clear. sky is clear is local, but it was telling us telling us something about it. Right piece of information that we have. So those are the first four. Now it's mukana.

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Now kinda gonna

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Firstly, this actually this is nice. So help me out.

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So the word kinda is the head to old is a head of a family of words are like it kinda. I'll spa EMSA Farah Amala these are all the same, right? So kinda what it does,

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it affects the hover.

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Now if you remember what I just had up a second ago, I told you attainted main character is going to be Munsell attainted main characters will come from what used to be metaphor, but it's untainted. And then kinda comes into the sentence, it affects it it becomes more so but who stays the way he is

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them up to them. Whether it stays the way it is, it's not tainted by kinda kind of only touches the cover. So kind of Allahu halimun

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This guy only affects here doesn't affect a small law doesn't touch the move today. So he stays with Allah says Mark for one but now he had a different name. Now he's called it some kinda. Right.

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We talked about last time

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ism cabana. Which is this is going to Iman, so it's not giving me the full array, we're starting the metaphor. So where do we put kind of Allah who are the human in terms of the sentences?

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So it's now a sentence. It's a noun, base sentence. So it's some kind of a noun base sentence.

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You're like, well, kinda is a verb, or, or a partial verb. Yeah, but it's not really, it's not really a verb, it's not a full bird, it doesn't do his job, it just comes to a sentence that hasn't looked at the cover and thinks the cover and affects the cover in a certain way. That's all it does. All right. The same is, can be violent file can be.

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For these can be change, file and

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file, file.

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Maybe depends. We can't really you can't compare them. Because this is verb basis is now based in whole different dynamic of a sentence.

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It can be but you see, the verb brings in a whole new meaning. Right? The verb brings in a whole new meaning. So you have a third meaning in the sentence. So if it can be moved up, you have to change you have to change the sequence of the words. So I gotta Ahmed, how medical, so you have to change the sequence now, now that know Ahmed is removed in the sentence. So changing the sequence will do it. But that does, it's not a it's not a rule of thumb. That's not always how it is. Doesn't have to happen like that. So for me to say yes would be would wouldn't be totally true. So I'm not gonna say yes to that because you have to kind of understand the sentences. Cover in that also exists here.

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It's also a unknown base sentence.

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Right? So if kinda is the head of a family of words that do something, right, they usually mean that things have always been like that, or things turned into something. That's what that's what kind of brings into the sentence. It's a partial verb. So let's bring some active activity into the sentence and since it becomes more active, it's moving around. Well, the difference between a verb base and a noun base sentence

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What's the verb? A verb brings motion isn't a verb is action. So it brings motion to the sentence, it tells you things are changing or happening. And now one based sentence is very static, right? Philosophy and Proverbs come in known shape and nouns, right? Because there's no there's no changing verb a sentence. It suggests change and movement, noun noun base suggests, statistically everything stays the way it is, right? These are these are, you know, philosophical concepts or principles. That's a difference of using these sentences. So kinda bring some motion to a noun based sentence it doesn't have any motion that's what kind of does Alright,

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now there's another family I'll take this off for now. Bring it back in a second. So there's another family

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this family is called the family of inna

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in no yes are

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all derivatives of kinda Yes, yeah, we will study that family in detail like we'll study can at all its sisters or daughters and, and how they're used Inshallah, for now, I guess I just care that you understand that they exist and this is what they do. Generally speaking, we will go into more decent detail Inshallah, in also this is a is a is a head of a family as well. But in that is something different, if kinda comes comes into a noun based sentence, where there's a motor and a cover, right? And it affects kind of affects the cover meaning the piece of information in his family, they come and they affect the move to the, the subject of the sentence. All right, so Allahu

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subhanaw taala for

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so if we bring in Kana,

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or we bring an inner you find a very big difference, Kana

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it affects this guy over here. The words are for the piece of information that He is Forgiving, it affects that why because it's making this concept more more movable gives it some motion gives us some action. It makes sure that the concept of me is happening the concept of a front of forgiveness is happening all the time. Understand I did changes Allah go forward as a statement. Allah is forgiving kinda lover is gonna love it for Rahim, Allah has always been forgiving, he's always forgiving it gives them it gives the concept of forgiveness movement that is happening all the time it's affecting in doesn't affect this here at all it affects

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it emphasizes the subject it emphasizes the one who's doing whatever they're doing. Right so it doesn't affect the actual piece of information.

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It affects the subject of the sentence in his family. What's in the inner

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ear very good. I know what else Come on, you know, I know you know that you memorize them at some point in

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so this is the family in that is the head of the family. And these are a bunch of other words that have similar meanings. And there's the same it's just in this insert in the middle of the sentence is what what we say in the beginning of a sentence. And there's what we say we're in the middle of a sentence. Ghana is something is like something else. When there's a simile or I think it's like that seems to be like that. Later it means I wish Lila means I hope right it has hopeless in a certain term of of wishful thinking in all these are for emphasis they emphasize something and they add sometimes a meaning but in the on its own let's just study and let's not study the whole family for

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Let's just study the actual head of the family in the ER and I just Just those two guys what are they just emphasize the emphasize

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this object

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Allah Rahim Allah has is Forgiving and Merciful. In Allah Allah Allah indeed Allah specifically him is referring forgiving, merciful and forgiving. That's the difference. So it comes in and emphasizes the subject. So now we have something that's affecting a main character in the sentence. What happens to a main character in the sentence that is affected or tainted? Was it become

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muscle right? So it goes from our for what used to be metaphor and it becomes so but what stays the way it is. The hub of stays the way it is, right? It doesn't it's not affected. But what is it called? Now? It's no longer called the cover. It's called cover in

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your seeing it's called covering

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up no way you cannot have

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so and is not in the right.

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No, and there has to be ended with with the shutdown.

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All right. So Anna is a part of the family

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and is not a part of the family at all. Like they don't know each other. They've never met before. Yes.

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Get em pH

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I said, II,

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Alright, I'm gonna give you extensions with both of them exist so that you can feel like you're not you're not actually you're not seeing them doing something wrong here. I'm gonna give you exercises where you should be able to think of it.

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This is like that. Here's one. Nope.

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You got in Allah

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got email.

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Right? So this is example where they both enter. But how do they enter the end? They don't enter together they enter in a different sequence where they affect things differently. How? So in now, what does it affect? Does it affect the movement or the cover? They move to the right so if you were to take these two guys out for a second we have Allahu Eilene. Right that's, that's that's the skeleton of the sentence. Who's the subject? Who's Allah here's here's the

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here's the cover

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is going to affect this object who's the subjects here? So what happens to do Allah's name here?

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So right, and then cat that comes in

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now is going to affect Allah or I mean, so Right? And then we say that the move data of this sentence is, it's deleted. Estimated is a better way of putting it estimated.

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So can Allahu Alleman but because he will say before this taken in Allah cannot even Hakima so what happens is, this is a bit complex, but in

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this is it's an Innova here. And this sentence is called cover in

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this whole sentence now is called the cover and then this is own sentence on its own. This is only a sentence now kinda. The Muqtada is estimated Allah we know it's a love is estimate. It's not there. Lima is a harbor and it affects it. And that's an example of how this would work in terms of having both of them in the sentence very rare.

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How would you say that? Well, Joomla to Joomla can Allahu Alima or Zoom that's kinda Lima fie Mahalia Rafi Hodder Inna. So the sentence of Canada Alia is seen as the as the cover of inna and it's not for what the sentence is more for how it's just it's just an estimation, we don't actually see something with it with our eyes. Alright.

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You understand now. So if you want to, if you if you look into this a bit more detail, is some kinda about inna are just some kind of is the McDonough?

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And how about in this column?

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Right, where a word entered the sentence and affected the other his brother didn't affect him. Isn't the idea. So the moment that is the same as some kinda no difference because it kind of doesn't affect the system. It affects the cover cover in the same as the cover because in his family only affects this and it doesn't affect the cover. So he's going he's going and affected the matter for a minute Esma nouns that are given the size of our untainted main characters can you remember that when you say the word metaphor, remember that we're talking about untainted or unaffected main characters

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there has to be untainted main characters the moment the main character is affected for most sign it goes to an awesome that's why it's some kind of metaphor. But how about a Cana is monsoon that's why cover in those metaphors but it's in is more so because those those families the Enter and the effects something specific I'll repeat this one more time just to see if this can this settles with you you'll benefit a lot from it now.

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Let's think of a

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I want to send the name of Allah sponsor so we can be more flexible

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Okay, that's awesome for today. So it tells you yes Sunday say what you want to say.

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I just want to like a sentence so snow is annoying. Snow is the link to the information we have about it is that it's annoying. That's what we have today. So cover Correct. Both of them are what

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both of them are seen as my four minute estimate right and then we haven't changed that yet. So that's the move that up

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and they're both from them are for Oculus smart now. Yes.

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Very good. Yeah. So let's take a look. All right. We'll use that in the next one. So what we do here, let's say we enter we bring one of these families kinda or and now we have them enter the centers. So again

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what does kind of affect

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the combo right? So what would you say yum 100.

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Yeah, most agents I know we have a Fatah and so now here it becomes Moses region.

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So this guy gets affected, right? So the annoying part of snow becomes more emotion.

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more lively, it's more active, kinda bring some life into into the sentence makes it movable and make makes it it gives it some mobility, but it affects only the cover. It doesn't affect them up to the, to the move that it stays on for but what is it called now?

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Some kinda sorta in some cases, it's called with some kinda now the same sentence

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Are there instructions for the performance? No, there's always like, always like that. The markers may differ. The markers aren't gonna always be Lumba. In fact, sometimes you'll find markers are different, but it'll always be the same thing.

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No, yeah. It's always kind of Allah who sent me a gnarly man hubiera number for him. I'll never be kind of Allah photo never in Allah fuhren in Allah Alima is always going to be like Ali Mocha is always going to be like that now. So if you let's say you bring the Word in now,

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what is in the do? Kinda brings in mobility in motion in that brings in emphasis. What does it emphasize though?

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The subject of the move to the right, so who gets affected here? So what do we say?

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In this section? Yeah. But this guy doesn't get affected at all. He's not touched it. Oh, this is the one. So we're emphasizing snow. Now out of all things that one of the most annoying things? No, that's, that's what this sentence ends up meaning. So if you were to take it out, you will say a third you right. And so it was taken as looked at the uncompensated you. It just means knowing these are in it turns a soldier another becomes indeed, specifically and especially Snow was annoying. So in Arabic, when you add these special effects, I like to call them like their special effect tools. They you bring in these special effect tools. And they add meaning to sentences and they allow

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specific sentences to have additional or more are different meanings than they would without these special effect tools or without these families. So this guy stays with and he's called was he called here now the macabre wasn't touched when in nickim only touches the subject. What is it called now? It's called Cobra. And so these 41234 Are they pretty much the same? Yeah, they're very similar. Correct. So it's actually only two because it is basically isn't gonna unaffected within that sentence when kind of flies over the head of them looked at it and hits the cover, so he's good. And he stays he says metaphor. And in this sentence of in, in comes in hits the subject doesn't touch

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the cover. So cover is unaffected by anything. So we'll cover and cover no the same thing. So basically, we only have three or four so far, we have the subject and this is just a substitute the subject right now but there's just you just tagged in, I'm out you're in in a sentence as a passive sentence Akela. Hamdi apom. Right take out handy completely okay, that bomb the food was eaten. Now food becomes the the substitute for the for the for this object, and it's going to get much rougher. So basically, these guys are the same thing. It's just a matter of we remove the fat and well he needs a substitute. So he put him in and he's metaphor and move to the cover. These two guys are the

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same. So we have basically fine move to the cover. And then out of it off, we spin off of the fight of the subject, we spin off now I will file I need the substitute of the file and we spin off often with some kinda we spin off the hover probably now. I understand how this how this works.

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Is some in perfect Delta ism in this in this situation. Okay.

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We will we will study in kinda in way more detail. For now I just I'm just interested in you because understanding what we're knowledge will be a metaphor. Now, the final one of all of you for now.

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Take this off.

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When you divide the board

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just study something called a teddy bear.

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You're gonna tell me you're wrong is a Tibetan monk for Yes, but I'm not going to study it. For right now. I'm going to study the concept of a terbang. The word type means the Yes.

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And it can be a noun or verb base for which for Wu is not going to make a difference. So this explicit cynically, this guy doesn't make a difference verb base noun base, not a problem. The word today what does it mean?

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What what is the, what is the translation in the book by the way? I think I say that. See what you

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got? Oh, there's

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one that's similar to kinda very similar. Very, very similar, but we will we will study on its own chumlee it's a very similar thing.

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What's the word Tabea

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so, the follower or the attached

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so the following word the word that follows a word before it or is attached to it. There are four types there are four words that are categorized as tilapia there are four words. So the following word

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for the follower

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there are four words

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now these words what do they do? They follow another word.

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And whatever that word does it does. So, turbulent metaphor is following a word that is metaphors to where they're gonna be like it can be metaphor like it if they follow a word that's monsoon what are they gonna be Munsell the follower this method or they'll be measured or as simple as that. So we have to understand the concept of tilava they just follow words like what first one? This will make sense to you once I give you the first word. The first one is not an act or a sliver.

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Was that in English? Yes.

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This is an adjective. Give me an example in Arabic

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give me a sentence like that just a word.

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Give me a sentence Yes

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Can we think we get can we think of a Quranic 100

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No that's that's a subject and then a piece of information

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All right, okay

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you need a you need an adjective needle stuffer

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Okay, I'll give you

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Allah Who?

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Right now is the move to the SD is this is the beginning of the sentence is the subject. He is who is he? Hola. So this is the

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subject. It is the information about

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you saying he is if you stop that's not that's not a sentence. There's something missing? Who are who is he? Allah so this is a sentence who Allah he is in the creator the

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our Lord Hua Allah Now what does it call it?

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Yeah, it's an adjective.

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It is it is describing ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Right so holep Here is describing hola now mocha and Cobra both of them are metaphor. Right who we don't see it on it Allah who see the llama Ilhan is a follower This is also from or not it could be called not.

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It could be called CIFA it's an adjective is going to follow Allah in its follow the word that is describing in its status. So if this is metaphor, what is he going to be? Our for? Allah Who? Aloha Lippo El Rio al Musa wiro.

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Allah He

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may be some Allah to Allah Philately, if you remember a certain genre, al Maliki right. I do see? Azizi al Hakimi. Why because it's it's these all these words or adjectives to the word Nila he so there's a customer that is mentioned over in that in that status. So al Maliki could do it all them are going to be because their followers they just follow right. Let me give you examples that are more a bit more simple

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a second

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there are there are schools of thought that allow that but they don't really they're not very prominent anymore. Because there's something there's actually a fundamental problem by using adding a bar it's a bit problematic

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to know what that is.

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But you ended up not if anyone is so far too unwell to know.

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But even even with that, there are exceptions. Like the word slip by this year has at least two or three categorizations under it. I mean, there's not shakily there's nothing too jazzy, there's not happy. Yeah, there's, there's different we're not gonna go into those details. I just for me, just understanding the concept of an adjective in an Arabic sentence, and then how you would how you would see that following that the word that's being described properly. Yes, yes. Yes. Okay. So you gave me the the

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that would, that would be proper, yeah. But it

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could it could be hot as well. Let's use your example that you gave me this tells you. Right there's snow is snowing. So let's tell you

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I love yellow. No less

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because white snow is clean at least when you see black snow you know that it's filthy and you're not very happy with it. Let's let's not use color let's not use color let's do something

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all right.

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The third you look a thief.

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Right there you go.

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Now, so when we did this last time, right, we get the same sentence last time, we agree that this has moved to that this is the subject this is the beginning of the sentence was HSD is a piece of information as a cover, which tells you them was originally we're all happy. Now, we added a word here cathedra means the dense, dense snow like really thick snow. So what is it because he is here? Because he is an adjective to describing describing the

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describing the snow? So if you say the dense snow and then you stop speaking

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is that a sentence? Start a sentence right? So you start to uncover because you said the English was a dense snow and if you said the snow is dense, then an Arabic would change. You will see it filled you

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can even in this you can take this out if you want or you can leave it or you say Phil juluca Thief. Now it is a it's an adjective, right?

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We're going to tell you that in sha Allah is what you need to know is this an adjective will follow the the word that is describing in his status. So if the Fetish is moved to the smartphone, then you can Eve is going to be once

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more for as well. So when he said

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he said any word that follows In other words, that smartphone will also be metaphor. The first type is a gnat is a Swiffer is an adjective.

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and we're gonna we're gonna start we're gonna study these in detail yet but for me just it's just important to understand the second one is allowed

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to an adjective without

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All right, what's it

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you know without twist?

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Yeah, right So can you give me example

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pretty good so let's do that in Allah

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so in what does it affect?

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Right so it's gonna affect what emphasizes the name So what Allah is gonna have was the Holika was gonna muscle very good and Allah and then we have a Mullah aka

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This sentence is the habit of inner right? But when I let it go, well here means end

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in English

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so indeed, Allah and His angels, right? So Malika that's the thing is this is

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still a machine.

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So this is

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added to the word Allah right? So it's a type it's called Auto is a type of a tag and it's a follower. So if Allah subhanaw taala this name here is most of what is going to be going to be male sub like where do we see the loss of employment?

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Where does the word end?

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So when Willa Iike to Who am I that you gotta who

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this is targeted among sub right this is something following the monsoon let's think of something following the metaphor Can you think of something following the metaphor

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is adding one thing to the other

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when you add something to the other so can you think can you think of something being added to something that's metaphor

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great let's use your use of just for maybe he'll stop talking to handy so use of

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weather Roger to who knows that a sentence

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us if in his bike

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can we standing there like okay, well, no, no use of his bike. So you need any information give me something yeah

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yeah, sure. I

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think what did you have? Is bike

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riding on the road, you see, Ronnie? They're both riding on the road. Now use of what is he in this sentence? What are you use of here?

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There's none of it somewhat delicate as of now on base sentence.

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This sentence is a hub tells us what you're doing. You're on the road. Now well.

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now the word after it is going to be mouthed off on this one. So what does that mean is going to carry the same status so if

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Use of the smartphone then the Raja to

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Yes, there you go. Now you

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now you've made sense of the of how it all works. So when you add a word in muesli, Nina will Muslim it will mean well Minetti right, well pani Tina, welcome Anita it will slide up and I will start the party and go on and so it's just adding one thing to the other they're all mums so they all have either yet or they are at the end of it depending on what type of word it is. Yes Yeah, that's

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what is

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hot English

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addition adding is one thing to the other. Isn't that isn't that what is and cold and in English so juncture what does it do does it

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so just addition to that proper i don't know I'm not very good at Arabic

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conjunctions words okay conjunction words There you go he's the one which side

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is it

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and not yeah and not sorry. My dad is not

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there and not right. Can you think of a number of words that are being added to one another? metaphor and the Quran summer

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all adjectives Very good. There's all adjectives in there almost soup. Muslim Tin. Tin very good man. Nothing can you think of something that is that is Marfa in your mind

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that this was an evil party. Right? So you'll find a lot of material in the in the oaths at the beginning of the SUTA you'll find find a lot of them like a lot of lines filled with them

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alright Colossus fine so that's just understand the concept

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I can think of a couple but the idea is I want you guys to think it can you think of the point is do you think of it? I saw a butyl when I was sadhika whenever I need to and a woman viewpoints you can come up with these words but can you can just idea if you can kind of think of the

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most difficult to fit I don't know well more difficult to next around Pharaoh and more difficult all the

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tribes that sin that were sinful after him. So and on and on. Right? So we're gonna study out well have it on its own, like there's different because a different well was one thing that you use you as well, right? And then you use also

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a new stoma so there's different things that we use in order to bring a junction so I will say this on his own, but for now, I just need you to know that whenever you add a word to word something while something else, then the thing that is after is going to follow the one before it and whatever status it is. So in this metaphor, this will be also metaphor like it all right.

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Give me example.

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No, yeah, that would work as well. So you know, tune in when I know when so that was still work. Alright, so the second one.

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In the final is docread. These are a bit more Yeah, but Dell and Toki. These are a bit more

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complex, but we can still

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you can still explain them to you and show them

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that they don't know what the bundle is.

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Yeah, so we're a word that replaces another word. A word that can replace another word. Can you think of an example

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you. They're not there. They're a bit similar. I see there's how many examples we have here

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I don't know.

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Know It's

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okay. I'll give you I'll give you I'll give you only two examples of what that is. And then one of Tolkien because we're sending them the text studies them on its own as we go along. So if I said karma

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ze you done

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a hookah

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farm I got up Zaid farmers Aiden. So let's say your brother's name is Zaid, right. So I said Zaid, your brother got up and English that's how the sound is ze your brother got up. So what is your brother in English? What it was what would it serve in an English sentence? So if I said Zaid, or if I was talking to him, I said use if your brother

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got up then what would the word your brother it would be between Yanni parentheses or will be after to comments right? That's how it would work. But what would it mean? Well, how would you grammatically categorize your brother in English? I don't really know in Arabic, it becomes this is better from this subject.

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To sit, why? Because you can say pharma hookah had the exact same meaning. Who does not?

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Is it isn't an adjective to aid.

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It's not describing XID use of his own description of Muhammad. So it's not a description. Is it models? No, there's no well there's no fact between after it. So what is it? It is a button is substituted. So we could have said the farmers eight and that would be enough. Or you could say a comma hookah, same meaning same me. So that's exactly an example of a of course, there's more to it than that, but just kind of make it easy. So here is Aiden his metaphor. So a hookah would be also a metaphor. What is the market of raffia and the word hookah?

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hookah is one of the five exceptional nouns what is it? Still well number A who or Aqua or Aki based on whatever status someone fortifying the world now a doe keyed

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let me give an example.

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Just Shabaab

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guys came all of them. All of them came. Comment Yeah, Shabaab the guy whose game right now I said Klum column on them. All them? What is this?

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Is this

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adjective? Are you describing them? No. Is there almost? No.

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Is it but then you can't really substitute them? Kulu? No, there's something missing there. So what is it? It's an emphasis Tokita is an emphasis. So emphasizes, if you said, Shabaab, do you think that half of them came or you think all of them came?

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By said, Yeah, Shabaab, you're under the impression that all of them came. So why would I say Kulu.

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To emphasize, just emphasize, just to tell you,

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they all came. That makes sense. So when you say Shabaab, I mean all of them. But then I add the word coolroom. I emphasize the idea. So here if this Shabaab is now here's the file it's a subject to this metaphor, right. So Kulu is a Taliban is going to follow the word Shabaab so is going to be also my flag. Does that make sense? Kind of? Okay, this one, you're gonna have their own part for study? Yes. Yes, I'm

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going to hit me

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depends on what you mean here.

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So you mean how that is looked at? And we'll cover

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mostly mean hula means better than Heather. Okay, that would work. Yeah.

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So hi, Lulu. I'm

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sorry. Hey, Brooke.

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So go ahead, make your friend

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this. This guy. This young guy, right. So he books so high that is there's enough to that and there's the cover towards his belly from

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the young man is your friend or her? That's all I have. Oh, God, this guy is your friend. It's the same thing. So that would work as well. Yeah, very good.

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Guess one one more.

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Who never I met Tina Hall who held one.

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It Could you could you could use it as Beto is better in heroin could be better than that. Because it's because there were brothers before. It may not you can have more more than one meaning. So if it was all happening, I don't know how

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that would definitely be better. 100%. But how could could not be better, but it could also be. You see when it comes to complex sentences being grammatically broken down in Arabic. Just like fifth, you'll find different opinions. You'll find different scholars who break it down differently and toggle and that's for every language. By the way, even in English. We are taught the basics of you know how English language works. But when you go into the details and go to complex sentences, you'll find that scholars of linguistics will kind of differ in terms of how this sentence is built and what you cannot do it so better than Tokyo. Or like one of the categories where there's a lot of

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difference of opinion in terms of when they're when they're using when they're not used. What I care about is that you memorize in your head

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that the follower, the words that follow other words are four things, adjectives

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What do you say that call them conjunctive? What? conjunctions alright, but substitute words and emphasis and words that emphasize words that serve emphasis. So now it's out of redolent Okay, these four words will always follow the word that's before them, and they will have their own category of study when once we go through them. All right.

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We survived this smash

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no one passed away so we have seven categories of intimate for ultimate estimate of nouns that are

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that are in the status of refer right? If you really look at them all you really have are three types out of the seven you really only have three things I'm gonna break this down to make it a bit easier for everyone it's really only three things

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and there are only really three things

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it's a fun

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isn't it

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that's all that's all they really are nothing else in fine we spin off in file.

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Right now I've been fired the substitute of the five in a passive sentence so we just were talking about passive sentence

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raka useful Cora news have kicked the ball right and then you say looking at the Cora, the ball was kicked. So now we removed use by the sentence. Now the ball becomes a substituted tags in and it takes the it takes on the Yanni the weight of being the five it's called an open file. Yes.

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didn't either. didn't either. Yeah, well, we'll talk about that.

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I looked it up. Right. So of course, this is the verb base sentence. Now these are going to be known base sentence there's no verb in the sentence, the subject becomes a movie. It's called a motor that now it will be looked at as a mock data we'll move to that is always more for what we spin off and moved it up.

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it's some kind of kind of enters a sentence and it affects the Hubbard doesn't affect the system doesn't affect the system. So the ISM stays more for it used to be after that, but now it's gotten some kinda it's the same thing really, you just got a new name now it'll help but what do we spit off the cover?

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Cover in, in the comes in and emphasizes the subject to affects the first word doesn't affect the second word doesn't affect the second word. Now that know the second word stays mouthful, but it's no longer called the cover just openly. It's called cover in. So 123456 now any word that follows one of these words

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acts like it. So any word that follows one of 123456 It's a follower. What are the what are the four types of words that follow? Number one adjective follow or not the second

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someone else off his

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butt. So out of as an added word that's added to another word, but as in a substitute to the word and Toki as in an emphasis of the word right? So basically, it's only three types of words dad that just follows. In other words, that's all it is just it's just, it's just a

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form of following. Alright.

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The hard to memorize. Alright, so

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you have seven types of words. Some types of nouns, not just word nouns that are more for

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two of them are specific for the verb base sentence.

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These two are specific verb based

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and for our specific

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to noun based synthesis,

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and this is unspecific.

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Can an adjective only exist in a noun base sentence can only exist in a verb base sentence No it's just an adjective doesn't matter I'll give you examples of adjectives and an alto in a second so let's say

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we're going to use ALMA let's use almost any final Jama

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the key you

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will seem

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love evil

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I will call you

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Cara Colorado he left Mr. Left this is a sentence the sentence is done no more left because we don't need any more. And then I want to describe it I'ma start describing him.

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He's the intelligence the good looking smart, the witty, strong. And these are all what adjectives to Mr. Rondeau over here.

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So if amo is the is the subject, right? So he's metaphor, he's fine. He's fine. So he's a file he's more for Wanna know a

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little more for you have a word that's going to follow LMR four. So what are they gonna get

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that can you tell us email now que la vie boo,

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yada, yada. All right. Let's give a few more examples.

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where's the what is it show me

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Yeah, but what is it? What are you joining me

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Yeah, but that's for a verb. We're studying what are we studying? What's important thing?

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Doing nouns, right? We're studying studying nouns keep in mind that we're studying nouns, right? So let's say

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you just use all of these things do something different. So let's say Hamdi.

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We also have

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one Musa

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so we have use of senior use of junior

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or we can say Hamdi well used to fun

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actually, that's actually okay to say well use of and you can say that

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because there's two right

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good so do in the dual form what is the marker of Raafat? Because this is these guys are all this guy here is gonna say

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we attended the lesson. So this is the cover over here. And Hamdi over here is

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all these are what

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out of out of out of out of all these words are being added to Hamdi I'm disappointed that he's more for however you handle his metaphor and we don't get to see a man his name because his name unless your name is handy, if he's handy that's handy Yun but handy, you don't see it. No use for fun is added to it. So it's multiple way. So if we have a dual form, what is the market or offhanded dual forum for them within Mr. Makarov refer them within

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what is the macro refer for for the dual form?

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It's an enum right if it was not multiple what would you find?

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Yeah, well used to feign right but if it's metaphorical use who fan right? So it's all metaphor handy. While you so funny. Well Musa Is there a way for me to see the marker on your name impossible is always estimated and it always always estimated for you when Mohammed when we're all mortal.

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We'll talk about that a shot like give me give me some time we'll come to that in. Just forgive me for now.

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The time for some okay, we're praying Insha Allah, and then we will continue next week is like I'm lucky. So Shinola Isla

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Muhammad Ali, he also have his main bar coffee.