Adnan Rajeh – Matn Alajurroomiyyah #23

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the impact of "untually open" on the concept of being open, emphasizing the importance of understanding the meaning of "ro Shield" and "ops." They also discuss the use of "open" in a sentence, highlighting the need for clarification and understanding of the meaning. The transcript covers the use of "open" in a sentence, including the importance of understanding the meaning of "open" in the internet, and the use of "open" in a sentence to avoid mistakes and make things simple. The speakers also discuss the use of "immature" words and phrases to express regret and anticipation, and the importance of "emphasis in a sentence to emphasize the ability of someone to change things. They also mention the difference between "emphasis and "emphasis in a sentence and how it can affect their actions.
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Game Smilla Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen Allama salatu salam Roberto Carlos et you know, Habib, Muhammad in earlier so he's manual. But today, we continue our mill Dakila that will cover

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the elements.

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The grammatical elements that enter a sentence that is a known base sentence. Now the translator said, grammatical factors so allow the depth of grammatical factors that will influence the status of a noun based sentence. So, we're studying a known base sentence that's very important that you remember that we're not studying a verb base sentence, a noun base sentence is made out of what yeah, what is it known bases made out of?

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And I'll cover right, so only has two elements. And we'll do that.

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Enough about

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me both of the main characters of the sentence, both of them because their main characters are unaffected, there are going to be more for both of them. Right? This is the subject of the noun, big sentence. And this is the informative noun is a noun does want to bring information about it, right? So you can choose anything you want, you can think of any sentence, give me a subject and then tell me something about that subject. Right? So tell me Give me something try and give me a non B sentence you have

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the most metaphor, right?

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Yeah, very good. Bob, the Bob is the subject and the non base sentence is going to be metaphor and the marker of Rafa and a singular noun is what I'm a very good. And then my four is the informative noun. Right, it's a hover, and it's always also going to be metaphoric. Because we're gonna cover both metaphors is going to be

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enough to know what we're studying, we're studying grammatical factors that enter a sentence that hasn't looked at a cover

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and influence the statuses of the of the motor and the cover because they're both metaphor. Right? We studied last time we studied kinda, it was kind of, and it's sisters are the, what are they? Well, should they call the call something else called kinda whatever. So they called them a different name. The incomplete verbs are called fat enough because the incomplete verbs and the incomplete verbs I've had enough, because

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what do they do? What do they affect

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to the effect the hover or the motor

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club cover, so it comes with a cover, and it gives and it makes it more soap. So if you were to add Kana, to this sentence that you came up with above, boom, after you say Kana.

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So the hotel stays the way it is that the cover is influenced by this entry of kinda to the sentence, it becomes kind of bubble.

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Yes, of 200. That's, that's, that's what happens when when Canada and all sisters. So us bah, bah, bah Dasara laser, when they enter the beginning of the sentence is a sentence that has a motor and a cover, it will influence the cover, because what they do from a philosophical or comprehensive perspective, meaning regarding the meaning, they emphasize or they focus on the information kind of gives the concept of something being open a an infinite

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idea in terms of time, or gives it something in the past, or it gives us some time flew the burden off to her without it. That's a noun base, and it's a noun base sentence in Arabic is tenseless doesn't have time. It's just a it's just a fact about my door The door is open, we don't bring time into this into the sentence at all you put in Canada and now kind of brings time to the sentence but what it brings time to the sentence it is not bringing time to the door is bringing time to the concept of it being open. So it's affecting the concept of it being open so this main character becomes muscle and if you're if you remember I talked about it I also have been John I told you

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these these represents statuses raffia is a main character and affected by anything from outside Minosa anything on soap is one of two things, either a secondary character in this case notes or a main character does it affect that is a fact affected or tainted by something by a factor that entered that entered the center so here is the main character, but something affected it from outside. Okay.

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No, I need something

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so now we're going to talk about in Nova Scotia, Canada, what do they come in and you could you could put any kind of water here you'd have the same thing for the sentence nothing would change.

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No, let's study in no Alcoa toe

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in Noho

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they do the opposite.

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It's like no alcohol I think I know a lotta are two armies and they're always fighting they do the exact opposite kind of comes in and affects the

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hover and in the end, it comes in and it affects them up to the sky to the opposite, where they called their

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Call the roof Anamosa Will Ferrell.

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They are called the prepositions that are similar to the verbs

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so the roof and the Hubble fan I'm right that somewhere here.

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So, what this means is roof

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prepositions and will Shebaa.

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that are similar to verbs

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why are they similar diverse because they have meanings, they actually bring a meaning that is totally different.

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That's why they're similar to a verb. So it's not these are words, these are incomplete verbs. Here, this is just a preposition. It's just two letters, three letters, not actually a word. And it doesn't have tenses. See here has a tense you can say, can you cool who couldn't say aloha, you'll be

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asked about how you'll be asked to behave and say more than one. You can say more than one tense here, they don't have tenses it's in, it's always going to be in that is cannot touches is, however, it has a meaning that almost makes it similar to a verb. So it's called a roof in which a bourbon fell in our house. What do they do? First of all, what do they mean? See in almost equals, and the only difference between in and Anna is that inner comes in the beginning of the sentence. And Annette is in the middle of the sentence, that's all. So the same, same word, nothing different. It's just that if you start the sentence with this, you start it with an inner. And if you're in the

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middle of the sentence, and you don't put in a put, so just the Hamza goes from under if it's at the beginning of the sentence, to on top of in the middle. So here, the beginning.

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And here middle, that's all there's no difference. What do they mean? It emphasizes

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it's an emphasis, that's all it does.

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It just emphasizes what the subject that you're talking about. It doesn't emphasize the piece of information, it emphasizes the subject.

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good outcomes and toxic gives something to the to the informative. Now in that doesn't in comes in emphasizes the subject that you're talking about. So let's let's try this, immediately put it here. So what would you do? Would you put in or under here, in a wreck is the beginning of a sentence, not the middle of a sentence. So we say in. So in.

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Indeed, when I emphasize at the door, the door is open.

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if I were to show you how this would differ in terms of, you know, dialogue, so in Canada,

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so in Canada, so if I came to you, and I told you

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what was the status

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of the door, you'll see kind of open.

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Right, it was it was open, you're talking because I'm asking you about the status of the door.

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But then I come to you.

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And I question whether you and I understand what is open,

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like something's open, but maybe it's not. Maybe you're talking you're talking about the major, the main door or the or smoke or the window. Maybe we're not clear SUSE in Bob mufti, we're talking about the door, that's like the window, not talking about the door to the car and not talking about the book in Alibaba mafia. So it's as if, when I say can, the door is something agreed upon what we're emphasizing is whether it's open or not. Right? And when I'm using in, it's as if the concept of something being open is agreed upon, is emphasizing which one is open or that makes sense. And that's the difference when and that's why sometimes in the Quran, there's kind of Allahu Allah even

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Hakima and in Allah Hollywood hacky, if you understand that, you understand why they're like that and then Dahlia it's based on the context of the eye and how it's going through something. Is it emphasizing ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada being knowledgeable or is it emphasizing the concept of knowledge attaching it to Allah I know that there's small differences from a philosophical perspective but they do make a difference in how we how we read the Quran. That's why Arabs when they heard the climbing recited the how delicate and accurate the Quran was in using these things at the end of the I put them off because they had no comeback like it's perfect it's it's there's not one tempo lost

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as we understood and that's why they know this is the kind of submitted to the Quran at the end. Yes.

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Yes, so then you have one that is that is annoying. He's totally right. Then you have one that is actually Yanni mixed, it's in Allah cannot even Hakima so the emphasis is for both and that and that and that's how you learn. Wow, somebody

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emphasise this some this some both and then your stand you have to attach that and I don't usually don't go into details when I'm doing to see it on these things because I find them a bit

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complicated or maybe people don't really are interested in that but it makes a big difference for a professor in terms of what he's looking for in the area. And when he's trying to learn from the either the small emphasis emphasis the small usage is whether it's kind of it's in and not just when you're talking with the name of Allah subhanaw taala nei on the Quran. When you add an end not the beginning of you take it out, you're emphasizing the subject or not emphasizing the subject for example in Mussolini in our Muslim it will mean in and out and then you count in a total different groups in the emphasize to all of them. So telling you the focus here is not about the reward that's

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going to happen at the end of the sutra to focus is that the individuals focus on that that we're looking for here you're listening about who they are not really about the status of something that's agreed upon is who we're talking about. That's important just yesterday

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Yes, the 100 I was hoping someone would notice the problem with this sentence so what's wrong here what I have to do here

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very good so because it comes in and affects the mood like we said it affects the mood to the right it doesn't affect the cover so this guy is now a he's a monitor that he is the main character is a subject of the sentence but he has been affected something has come and influenced him so what has happened what happens to him

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that's the point of nossob nossob says main character affected from 90 an external source or external factor in the sentence or secondary character so in Alibaba

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in Alibaba

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Okay, very good.

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Now let's look for a different sentence. And look for a different

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look for a different preposition in so what's gonna

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I mean something is like something else.

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So it's drawing assembly right so this one here draws assembly

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what's a good way to put it in English? Did you have a no didn't even have one

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so so let's

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Yeah, as though would work eyes though or like

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just draws assembly

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Thank you

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so the sentence that he very well, and it properly brought up is home.

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How moron

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Mr. infura.

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Home is that

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we set them up to that can be sometimes implicit, right? Like a pronoun. And homeowner is the plural of zebras, zebras or any wild wild horses right or wild donkeys. Mules. So helmet on. And they're both meant for what is the Marco ruff on whom must refer on whom? There is no because it's a pronoun. There's no mark on my fan pronouns only on nouns and verbs, there's no markers on pronouns. So how many what's the mark of rough and Harmonia? 100 handy?

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Mama modern right. So, this is

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and this here is a

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is a description of the sufferer is a description so you can take this out home Elmo is more than enough for the sentence to survive Of course. So whom Hummer

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do is if you want for a second so that we have a motor that we have a cover. So if we bring in Mr. Khanna right

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have him enter the sentence it turns into like nothing like this Anna

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Karenina whom Homer

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it is if it is as though they are like they they use them after that so they are Homer, right that's how they they are is wild horses are wild wild donkeys is they are like

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wild donkeys. So, this comes down to two deaths. They're

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saying why is it yellow sort of low when you come and speak to them the Quran gunam haematomas Stanfield is like they are wild donkeys running in different directions. Why is it why is it that they come

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farther than customers if they're running away from from a lion or from from a hunter why are they yes go ahead

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Yes, it's a pronoun. So in this sentence without getting the home, home hammer that's the sentence they are. Well, well, donkeys yet in this sentence. Mustang Vera is describes Hummer

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Is it floral right of wild danglies was done Vera

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mean that are that are

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stampeding right? So this is describing Hummer is describing what type of donkeys they are. So it's described as a description.

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Because the sentence would live without it. That's a sentence. So that means it's not it's not an essential part of it. So Gundam Horton was sent Phyllis Dahlia, obviously. Right? So what does an effect again after the October Richmonders effect?

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Which is a motor here.

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Do we see with this most Uber nudge, there's no marker so it stays the way it is. You know, he's got a new home. He says nothing changes because it's a pronoun, you can't see the marker or refer or nossob on it anyway. And this seems normal. But this is of course a difficult situation. This is not an easy one.

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Yes, sorry.

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The meaning

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so, home Mustang Fiera. They stampeding is not a sentence. Come home run Mustang Fira. They are well doggy stampeding becomes a sentence. If you take Mustafa stampeding out altogether. They are well, donkeys it works. It's a sentence it may not be a beautiful sentence. But it's a sentence it has enough within it home was 10 villa is not a proper sentence because home

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is the plural theme. Male third party was done. Viola is a singular feminine noun. So you don't even you don't get work together. But it was done if you know as a description to Homer works perfectly.

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So homeless 10 would have become moved to the income are fine.

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But then even if you put Helmer in Canada, Mohammed on western Iran, then Mr. Pharaoh would also be description to Hummer.

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Or you could become a second cover in the word was 10 feet away, it could be a second cover, but that's something not gonna get into any first time or second cover through the cover. Let's leave that alone for now because too complicated, but Mr. Vela wouldn't work it's only only works of description to hamari there's no no other way. For a doc actually function in the sentence properly. I'll give more examples and show that a second. So let's say

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that is whether that can be a noun or pronoun. So I looked at that when we studied it a few weeks ago. So move to that can do two things and motor that can be what it can be. It can be a noun, like an apparent now or it can be Implicit. Implicit means either is going to be a pronoun or an estimated an estimated now that's not even there. How about on the other hand can be what how many things can probably be,

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right? It can be a bunch of stuff, it can be a noun, it can be a semi sentence to some sentences, or it can be a two full sentences like an unknown base sentence or a verb based sentence. So hover has more than one thing it can be, but most of the code will be one of two things. It's either a noun, or an implicit noun, like a pronoun or an estimated noun. So home is definitely the move to the here because of the subject. We're talking about them. Whom, if you take out home, you don't have a sentence anymore. You just have wild donkeys. Right? If we were left without it was structure. Okay, so let's come up with a simpler

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so I'll give you what why Ken is special, because gonna

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allow certain sentences to exist that wouldn't exist otherwise, so. So Elaine,

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Knight, nah.

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Night is day.

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Tell us your Shakespeare no one understand what you're saying. Right? Unless, unless this is a very specific AI does doesn't work. But when you put it in here

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it's as if it's as though night is day, by you understand? No, no, no, it makes sense. So what do you mean? Maybe because there's so much noise or so much light or whatever, but it now it makes sense. Because it's drawing a simile between two things. It allows sentences that have been looked at and covered that wouldn't make sense otherwise to make sense. Because it draws a simile Does that make sense?

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That's what it does. It draws a simile it says something is as though like as though it's something else it was like something else. So it allows certain sentences that wouldn't otherwise actually work. Had it not been there

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as using the Quran, yeah. And it's common to common usage. So like in this

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okay. So like in like in

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Okay, so that can that means

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or, or except.

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So, either way, right? And differentiate between I put a shutdown here and here and here. Take up the shutdown. They don't function anymore. Meaning you will find an Arabic in

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not one of these guys

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You will find and

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definitely not one of these guys, you will find and it's hard to find, even though they do exist, but they're hard to see lacking

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or lacking with a customer, not the same word. They don't function the same don't do. Don't do the same job. So I put the shed on in, like in very important that you observed the shutdown. It's not there. They just work as a normal preposition that don't affect the sentence at all. Lakia Rossi hola Fidel me CRRC Horner Rossi Kona is Muqtada it was supposed to be affected by lacking but lacking doesn't have a shed it's not like in Nebraska Kona or be lacking or Rossi Tina that's our sound. But because lack in here is a preposition that is just an additive property just prepositions adding these like whoa, it doesn't do anything to the sentence but Kena becomes accepted so you're

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you're putting an exception or anything but or however right so however would also be a good way to translate like in

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because he does estimation is the best I can do in terms of translating so let's say

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give me give me an example

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right very good. So the sentence in Arabic is a Federal Home

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I want to two nouns just to make this easy I can do this but it's you're gonna get confused like in Federal Home

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just make it a federal homey non

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federal home most of them are believers. So this is the most

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me know is the hover

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is informative. No. So what is the marker of raffia? On

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the other hand, if you can tell me you get five points. Where's the marker of I found that reducto

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is the most was the marker of raffia on it.

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sent five points for hunting

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candies ahead of everyone by four points homeless a shuttle home and Western Marco Rubio Underwood McMillan

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itself could be more meaning right and then sober or my god mumineen. But let me know what is the why because sound masculine plurals, okay. Now so it felt to me No no. If you bring in lack in to the mix, you say lack in however

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we're except, or but most most of them are moments. So you can see that Lakin comes in as a conjunction, it comes into the sentence and it puts two pieces together. Or it takes two pieces away from each other meaning it's connecting meanings as it comes in. It's saying that what's what's coming next is a bit different or is conceptually a challenge to what we just talked about. Right? Or is a result what we start to talk about in a second step so that's what lacking does so like in now. It's one of in our culture what is it what does it affect your Hamdi does it affect me

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right now always in an assistant will always expect to move to the to the motor that is going to become what monsoon right so what how do we turn into monsoon in this case?

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So that I can sell our home?

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Like in axon

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even though that's not

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yet one point for us?

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Like one of them. Yeah.

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Wouldn't that be a complex? Why?

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So, okay, what is a noun? And movement Hoon is a noun, right? Whom is

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a pronoun. Attaching pronouns to nouns doesn't change the status of the sentence at all. So attaching pronouns to nouns doesn't do anything doesn't make a complex, complex sentence needs a verb in the mix, but a verb somewhere here and then you have a complex sentence. But as long as you have nouns and pronouns, and it's not a complex sentence,

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I mean, developers, you'll always find something before like in

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you'll never find a sentence start slacking. You said in

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the middle of us so it'll be

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like, Yeah,

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Like how would you?

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What's a good Quranic example

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so that he can Eola any icon who believe in Allah Allah dedicated for any one Allah, let him know that is him to know that indeed, I did not betray

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him and Rob and indeed I did Allah Subhan Allah does not guide the neither the intentions or the or the plans of those who betray others so and so as it comes in the middle of the coin is full of it just says I just

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if you do it means that this is the beginning of a sentence. So if you do it's telling you it's actually this what you learn so if you see in the middle of a sentence that it means is saying that this is a beginning a new a new sentence or something that you have to deal with as its own

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its own statement not attached to us before meaning we're cutting the attachments but if it's attached if we're just talking in a continuous manner then the usage of this emphasis because all it does is emphasize all it does then it's going to be

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all it does is emphasize don't do anything else kind of brings us similarly draws a similarly into the actually bring some form of likelihood lacuna is but except however it kind of breaks the sentence and start something new later is very different yes

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so later hola hola Very good.

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Later means no I hope or I wish actually I wish is more is much more Diani but proper later is i I wish

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I wish I wish I was playing

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rather is fumbling

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it's over brother as a verb that works for it. Latest brings brings wistfulness yeah later brings to mind knee just wish fullness it doesn't bring rather is more of a

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statement of practicality. Laters it's a wish I wish I was Superman. I always wish I could fly. Right? Which could fly Yes.

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Yes, give an example.

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So late any contoura but the all the Quranic examples are always complex. They have more than one thing but you're right that's 100% Right? But I want something more simple

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slang that's what it is. Definitely 100% So Joe the weather Jimmy

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and then you look at me and say no, the weather is horrible outside. And the forecast is that it's gonna be horrible tomorrow the day off into the after. So I play around with a sentence versus metaphor metaphor. And I say

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you can add Yeah, no problem. So yeah, it's just kind of brings more drama. It's for theatrical effects like it's it's just drama, but less so later like there was an effect yeah handy quickly it does affect what happens Joe what happens to it?

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Yes, very good. Later Joe.

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So Les, tell Joe watch me do and I wish the weather was nice. And the focus is on the weather not on niceness. And the focus here is on the weather. Right it's not on the so that's what I actually do they focus on the subject and they come in to emphasize the subject

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pronouns relate to me Yeah, so the pronoun is the is the is going to be an effective

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going to the the centers of country to robber is the habit of later it just becomes a bit more what we'll do these inshallah but they're just more complex they don't want to get mixed up. So what is joba called here and this sentence

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is called Islam later

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if it was in now you would say it's an in it was a kindness isn't going in here this is called what

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so what we know so far is that the SM for kind of a hotel will stay more foreign because not affected and the harbor for in Nova will say my focus not affected right so these ones will stay metaphor has not affected are the ones that are affected will become monsoon will change so later Joe would you mean I wish the weather was better? Or is it nice?

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But that's that's that's how you say it normally in Arabic as totally.

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Okay, so what's the difference between saying like

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so yeah, becomes more of a

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dramatic Yeah. Yo, I wish you kind of Yeah. So yeah, I guess it's a theatrical effect or the dramatic effect.

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Oh, yeah, exactly. So you just yeah. So yeah, it's added to certain things. And yeah, or add to certain senses to make things a bit more like you're calling you you're announcing your idea you're expressing their sorrow or happiness or so later also is used to express regret. That's why Nathan equal to rob. I wish I were turned to duster I never lived or I never existed. So it's used to express regret.

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but to be to be to simplify things it's I wish and I hope for Lila or maybe maybe this will happen

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hopefully it will happen and it's us express anticipation of something to come

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so so for example here he was saying

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Yeah, so there's a lot of there's a lot of a lot of that in the Quran but because it's complex I want to look for something simple yes.

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So not Allah you identify the dirty camera, maybe Allah subhanaw taala or hopefully Allah subhanaw taala will bring something forward they'll bring some ruling for it to make it easy let them tap in on or La La come to Keno La La come to me known he's Allah Subhanallah you I did this for you and this year this for you and hope that inshallah you will you will you will believe or and hope that you will understand or and hope that you will you will comprehend her and hope that you will find certainty so Allah Allah has the concept of hope in it and later has the concept of wishful thinking but it also has regret meaning which later can use be used for regret. Yes because if you think

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about it, if you made a mistake I wish I didn't make it because you can't hope you didn't make it Can you can you hope you didn't do something bad in the past? No because you already did it but you can wish you didn't that's why wishes proper here because a you could only express regret with the word wish I wish I didn't do that because it's already gone. But hope is something to come so later works more about issues that

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are in the past or cannot be changed Allah Allah kind of works with more with things that can be changed or in the future just to kind of make it as simple as possible. So let's use a sentence A compound sentence that works here

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yeah, that doesn't even work for Lila that's impossible in our case so

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yes, he was very awesome but it just it so Allah Allah Allah Who here is awesome love Allah so smoke is monsoon lalala But where's cover la la?

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Yo, it's a whole sentence. So the whole point here is a sentence I didn't want to just make it simple. I just want to keep it knowns just

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I know I know. I just Yeah, I know. I just don't want to make it too difficult for everyone at the beginning but no, you're right. We did and we will do examples of that inshallah just want to make it as simple as possible at the beginning. So

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so the same thing is that the hopefulness? Yeah is the sum and Abdullah who the the the sentence available especially the verbal sentence is going to be the habit of Lila

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So maybe that doesn't mix well. Let's say Lala.

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These ones aren't looked at, they're there. What are they? They're prepositions that enter the centers or factors.

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Yeah, so you have SML Allah, which is usually the McDonough and Kabbalah Allah that is usually the cover right? So it's so it used to be the most at the end the sentence before La La came and harbor La La UCB the cover before the unlucky but when La La comes in, it affects the monetarism job now it's called a similar Isla and the cover stays about four but it's called cover La La right so illness

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so inositol Corrib so when it entered the sentence that affected it makes it different to a nostril Karim Muqtada right. victory is near

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right victory.

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Lhasa Lisa Jacqueline Kariba also in the in the Quran, so and also rockery pictures. If you bring the island you haven't entered the sentence, so Allah Allah nos la Kareem

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I hope victory is near or hopefully or maybe inshallah victory is near that's how it works. So what does it affect your handy here?

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So what happens to the motor?

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It becomes

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muscle right, so what happens

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now Salah and now Nasir with that used to be moved to that a second ago. Right? You see it just a second ago. Now it's called Assam Lala and this used to be a couple of seconds ago it's called cover Rolla

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and depending on whatever you put here,

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you just just change the name. So if it's whatever it is, this is these are simpler than these ones. These are much more difficult. Why because they have tenses. Can they Hakuna can

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also use Bahasa has more complicated here it's it's straightforward. They're pretty straightforward. They enter

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into a sentence that has a move to the end. And the effect of making it Munsell it's all they do very simple. What do they do? Each one does something different in emphasize, gonna draw, draw a simile or say something is similar to something else lacking them. Exception, however, but later brings wishful thinking or regret.

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Allah anticipation and hope so they do that make sense they're not very they're not very difficult you take any any English and the any noun base sentence and just pop in the I wanted in a whole lot done and it will be quite simple now I want to do a comparison between the two families because their families their

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kinda ancestors and it's just compare the families

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Yeah but that's not possible

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Yeah, that would work. So we say later I'm Amanda him, that would work. Why? Because it's not possible. So like I told you, it's wishing has to be wishful thinking something that can't happen. So if you say Allah means there's some possibility of it happening if there's no possibility you use the wrong so the Arabs would would pay attention to that now let them abandon him. They'll look at you so is why is the profit loss I'm coming up with a ruling. That's what they think you're doing. They do. Here's something that I sort of lost. Its thinking of making them about forever. Nathan, I'm Avanta and they know you're just it's just wishful thinking I love Ramadan so much so you're

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using these different words brings in and understanding that it's totally different people were like, Okay, what what do you what have you heard? If you lie less than later, right?

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Yeah, so that would be what that would be. If tonight is the 29th night, right? Right if you're hoping you're hoping tomorrow is eight but if in the middle of the month

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less than eight

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you'll say What are you talking about but if you say later than eight in the middle of the month they just say that you're tired of fasting you want you wish you wish tomorrow was eight so use understand how these different the different like that. Like in is however accept but cannot bring simile and that just emphasizes stuff they're pretty simple. Now

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you brought up a nice example at the beginning where in the end kind of entered the sentence at the same time

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now based on what we've explained that these guys affect them with data and these guys who if they're going to enter the sentence together who has to be first

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in why

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the example

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you're right but Why think about it logically.

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Yeah, because we did this first right The hotel is always before the cover mostly for the summer. So it doesn't make sense for you. If it's coming in later it's not gonna affect anything like it the thing that's in effect is behind it like it's I have to go we have to to put me before this guy so I can affect him. So if you put me behind him I'm useless now. So you have to put me the beginning. So if you say you can say can Allah who in Lima in 19 Does it doesn't work in that doesn't but you say in Allah who cannot even kick us can I fix the hover kinda doesn't care if if the movement is behind it, it doesn't care doesn't affect it anyway, and you're saying the issue here the effects certain

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things, so they don't really care if something is there or not.

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That makes sense. Okay.

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Maybe we still wouldn't work. It still wouldn't work if you couldn't do it because in nine because they affect the move data so Allahu.

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Allahu Kadir.

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Move to the cover metaphor.

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Understood. Now let's mess the sentence up for this bringing things to affect it. So let's bring start with the first one.

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In the Nila

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robotics So in when we bring it in, to emphasize this meaning, we emphasize the name of Allah subhanaw taala. We emphasize that he specifically is whatever we're talking about later. We've already established an understanding of ability. That ability exists but Allah is the real one who has the ability so that's where it emphasizes him in Allah. Not anyone is him specifically so you're emphasizing Allah so what happens you affect the name Subhana wa Tada so now it becomes fun so now in Allah haka de that's a perfect sentence no problem. Let's enter one of kinda thoughts into the mix what would you say?

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Allah can

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kind of doesn't mind being here because it affects the hub but anyway, it doesn't really affect them update so it doesn't make a difference. What did it do there's a couple when it comes.

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But here alright, because it does not sum to cover so now in Allah Ghana, and now what it kind of says it gives the his ability Subhana wa Tada an infinite Yanni meaning that it's always been like that it is like that today and always will be. So indeed, Allah specifically, has always been clear, in contrast to saying Allah has ability or Allah's Kadir Allah has abilities, as you're saying is indeed specifically ALLAH subhanaw taala has always had the ultimate abilities, changes from an Arabic from a linguistic perspective. You are Yanni and

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Of course that would have enough context in it for that to mean something to you. Because

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wala Kadir exists in Quran you do have an area right and so that

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will allow hookah De Soto Dinah Allah aka the illicit nothing entered

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will love God you know Allah will go forward Rahim What are you talking about? I say hola hola Angelina I mean a Latina woman whom Allah may hopefully or in the future Allah subhanaw taala will put it in your hearts and the hearts of those whom we are your enemies today love

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if he emphasized it would seem as if that's really hard.

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How do you emphasize his name or emphasize the ability it would make you from Arabic perspective you think oh that's just impossible to do. But he didn't emphasize anything because Allah Allah is evil is simple as it takes a logo for Rahim Allah forgive whatever happened before no emphasis says that this is a simple thing.

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And then on the other hand in Allah lie of zero usual can begin de exclusively Allah Subhan Allah will not forgive those who commit shook. So the emphasis tells you the difficulty of the of the action, the importance of it or the or the status of it. And then if he doesn't emphasize at all he's telling me this is simple. I don't need to emphasize anything here will low clear understanding the how this works, okay

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in the US,

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and Canada, pudiera will become the hub of the centers cannabidiol can cover up very good, let's let's try to sentence the same sentence and put in and then put kinda or put different ones and see how the different and meaning. So

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what would you do you wouldn't say that

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sorry, so in a lot gonna

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open ultimate, also covering

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kind of all of you

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he's just unfair. Okay, so let's, let's have two things. Enter this sentence. Okay, so two things. Enter the sentence. So the first one, okay, take the first one.

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the Allahu Andromeda was very odd.

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So, like it,

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start with kind of off the water first, just so the meaning makes sense.

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Let's say Can I just use the simple kinda

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so can Oamaru nobody can affect it affects the cover, right? So fix it, it's going to be what instead of valid you don't is going to be

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didn't just fix the cover. Now what this means is Omar has always been and used to be when he was around, just so we've given the fact that he was just, we gave that give that time that we gave that context. When you say, Amara, I didn't. That is a statement. The statement that is tenseless gonna amatola Dylan, you're talking about the tense. You're not emphasizing on what you're emphasizing almost already an established figure. we're emphasizing justice for him. Right now. So it's as if yes, go ahead.

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And distinguish between a temporal, temporal, and I didn't want to give me

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Yeah, so it's very simple, whether it whether whether we're talking about Allah subhanaw taala, or someone else.

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If you're talking about Allah then kind of means always has been, it's a temporal legacy. And if it's an if it's talking about anything else, then you could always it could also mean that but the context is always going to dictate what we're talking about. It's always how we're running with the sentence really, and what was the this because there's always something before and after the sentence that will kind of lead you we're just studying a sentence that has kind of isolated so I have to give you some context. So this makes sense. So kinda Amara, Denon, it's like, we're sitting around and we're talking about the attribute attributes of OMA and then we just sort of agree on

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some attributes and I say kind of morality then you see kind of what he was he kind of did and so kinda here emphasizes is I did this context, then the question would be how do we know that we're saying once dress or always has been? Yeah, yeah. So as always has when it comes to the context of the sentence and just how we're talking about it. That's all that comes. I told them.

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I didn't come to Canada.

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Let's bring the other one the simple one.

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So in So what happens now?

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So now this guy goes back to being the color that is marked for unaffected, and no matter the name

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becomes monsoon because it's been affected by in. So in O'Meara Dillon. So now the emphasis is not about on his justice. Justice is B is already been established. That exists, but we're emphasizing Alma, we're emphasizing him specifically being idle.

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If you like, why don't see the difference. The difference is there's a contextual difference to how the sentence so if I'm, if I if you're disagreeing with me saying I'm what used to be volume, and I say in Amara deal, that's actually very rude.

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That's the saying that your opinion is completely unimportant. Be quiet. This is the statement that matters. Now kinda remember I didn't I'm still I'm discussing with you. I'm telling you what I think and what what I'm emphasizing in Amara dill. That is a statement that is undebatable has no tense to it whatsoever, and I'm just missing everything you say. They say the difference. So these little things that have made sense to them, and of course, okay, he's like, I'm okay. We'll finish you know how many

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