Matn Alajurroomiyyah #27

Adnan Rajeh

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2018 6 01 LMM before Maghrib

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The speakers discuss the use of animals in Arabic and their meaning, including the use of "ma'am" and "rock". They also touch on the origin of "will" in Arabic and its use in a certain context. The speakers emphasize the importance of knowing the meaning of "has" in order to make a final decision and discuss various examples and phrases used in different context. They also touch on the use of a "any" phrase to describe a person and its potential for mistakes. Finally, they discuss the importance of writing a statement of a business deal and the use of a "by the way" or "by the way" phrase in a text.

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Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala America and Rina Muhammad Ali. He was his main robot. So today we will continue

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talking about talking about animals. So back to the lesson. So nouns are in the state of Nosler. We've talked about a number of them in before been, you've talked about the verb which is the verbal,

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the verbal object or the object in a verb, the sentence we've talked about before the block, which is muscles, which is basically the third derivative of any given word at all. It's a repetition of the word itself in a different forums. So blah, blah, blah UCLan that's where the muscle is. We talked about

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last we talked about we talked about last time.

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Yeah, what if is available for McCain, so the circumstantial prepositions running time so then tomorrow.

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Barry Hatter yesterday. Folklore on top data under these always come on soap and these are similar, they're prepositions, but the circumstantial prepositions. So the qualified to be nouns, even though they're not fully nouns, but they're not prepositions fully prepositions, either. There's somewhere in the middle, and we talked about the chapter, the situational, hell. So this is answer the question of how something happened. So how did he come? Or how did he speak? Was he smiling? Was he standing was he walking through Murphy and rocky bend? Rocky bend his hands how he did it? Dummies is the specification known?

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Like 20 actually in the judge 20 chickens, the judge and his tummies here because it's specifying for us what is it that we're talking about they'll often he was refusing what and sweat so that's something else. So it specifies something that is unclear from a verbal or or or a sentence.

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The Bible is different out and we talked about the exceptional and we talked about last time. So we went through and we said that is certain situations where after Allah will have

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a monsoon now and undos monsoon but sometimes it won't be so we kind of talked about that last time in terms of what these situations are.

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Today we're gonna talk about the chapter of love

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so a whole

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ton sub n Nikki a lot believe it and when either charlatan Nikki, Allah William for the Corolla. Now Allah, Allah Fidel, so know that love pleases indefinite nouns without in Wien into the state of Nasir, if it is immediately followed by another indefinite noun, and Allah is not repeated as in the following sentence, Lala Judah Fidel.

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Okay.

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Now, this is quite this chapter can become very, very complicated. So I'm not going to complicate it for you, I'm gonna make it very simple by just understanding the basics and explain to you that there are other ways of things getting done, but it can turn to be very complicated. So Babla

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meaning is there for Nephi is to deny something, right. So if I say La radula.

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Fedora

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so no man exists in the house, right? So if you were to take out

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into the laundry room for dogs, he will say Allahu infidel, he will say this guy here. Is mucked it up

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and this here

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is a semi sentence of a Sheldon majeure or preposition and something following that is right. But so when this comes in,

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what it's going to do is going to act like in so in know how to remember they are a grammatical factors and they come and the take them up to the end they make it long soup, because these are both was was asked for by concept and looked at is going to become monsoon.

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So Allah is going to affect them.

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And I'm going to make it my own. So but without 10 Wien. It's not gonna be La La Jhulan is going to be La La Jolla. And this is denying the species of man being in the house. So loud, you'd have a door in there is no man in the house that was either empty of human beings or empty or just filled filled with women and there's no man in the house at all. So it is denying the existence of the species.

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And that's when it does that. When does that to the sentence by the word is definitely indefinite word

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for its indefinite definite words have to have what do they have to have?

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So an 11 Lamb is a way to identify

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definite word, right, we talked about this way we talked about definite words are, it can it can be a name, right? So it can be a proper name.

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A proper noun sorry, like Amato, and Ahmed. And there can be things like the Lika, Lika.

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Stuff like that, right? Or it can be something added compounded to an indefinite noun. So it could be an indefinite noun

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compounded to a definite noun. That's another way to for it to be done. Now radula does not compounded it does not live lamb and it's not a name. So this is just an indefinite noun. That's what this is. This is an indefinite non

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indefinite noun. So what that does is it comes in it puts it in the position of Nasim without unweaned he just gives it a funtown so it comes now Judah now Raja Fidel, now when he continues

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and this is a type of monsoon no so Billa so we have the most definite the law the exception that's done by with a preposition in less specifically and we have the monsoon be less specifically so what is the continuation to bear Shoreham? Whatever Rafiu whatever whichever vertical ruler,

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Raja dairy will attend. As I live in Delhi, you don't what am I doing?

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I feel like the one that I'm reading a lot of mistakes.

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And you should read the original text altogether.

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So laugh it daddy Rajon? Well, I'm writing

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when I'm watching, sorry. So when there's when they're no longer when the noun is no longer immediately after the law. So there's something you take this, for example, for doubting, you shove it in between them, then it doesn't do it anymore. So positioning here becomes of importance. So La Jolla feeder. But if you take Fidel and then you put it here between them, it becomes laffy dari Raju dune. And now you also have to add another layer, you have to do another layer, you have to come up with a different nother noun that you're going to talk about. And that's how this is used in terms of

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pronounciation. So laughing Danielle Julian, well, I'm rotten. Right. So you have to say something. So if you're going to say just one first one species doesn't exist somewhere, or doesn't do something, you would say it like this level, and you'd have to duck. If you say left dairy. Right now, wherever you're gonna say next is going to be metaphor. And you have to come up with another thing after it first have to see the other way around. But this is a very specific, again, seeking to get a bit complicated, but this is how it's used in Arabic. So if you decide to move this around, take this and put it between them. You'll say left daddy.

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But it's no longer modular. It's gonna be a modular, and you have to come up with another one, Willa.

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Anything, Mr. John Flynn,

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whatever, but you have to come up with something. If you don't have something in your sentence. You shouldn't say it like this. You say it like this. That makes sense. When you say like this, you're saying I have you heard of another one? Let's go back and sing it like thank you even give it a title judo. But when you change it, you do it like this. And if you don't, then you have to, you have to put it back into karate. Jazz.

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Now, now, let's say here we put willandra.

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Right here when I'm wrong,

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yes.

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It can affect them.

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Or it cannot it can do one of either either or it can it can actually affect it. Or it can't affect if in chapter called La Jolla fidelity will attend when she called teleology and fidelity to and there's actually six different possibilities here. We were taught it through the

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through the same of

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La hawla

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wala Quwata

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illa biLlah

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six different possibilities here. Right I'm not a way too complicated for me to teach in this texts. How long for me to teach in this text? Do you guys but here the same thing La Jolla, la Hola. Me. So this is the normally la Hola.

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Welcome.

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So when it's like I said, when it's when we're repeating it, you can either make it or not let me hide the effect that I just explained. Or it could not have effect so you can say hola, hola. Hola, Quwata illa it's also totally fine for you to say now hold on.

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When after watching a lab Allah, it's totally fine. And there are at least four other possibilities that are fine as well.

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So the four other possibilities, they're also fine, I'm not gonna go into the detail of them all, because I've explained why you shine and I'll stick to one. So but knowing that La hawla wala Quwata illa Allah is when we allow law to have the effect that we just explained. So it is denying the whole existence of any form of hole, which is ability and core strength except with with Allah subhanaw taala. So it gives a fun time is denying the existence of anything like it, right. And if you take that away, you know how you can say that how we're gonna change the meaning a bit, but it's fully permissible to use that in the Earthlings Taylor Hold on, we'll have to make it doesn't do, it

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doesn't have the effect anymore, we'll take it take me take away so so. So when it's repeated, but the noun is right after law, you can either allow it to have its effect, or not to have its effect. But if you if you change the situation in the position, meaning the noun is no longer behind, you put something in the middle now you have to repeat and it doesn't do an effect.

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So if you make a choice to shove something between the and the noun behind it, now you have to come up with another thing to deny, and it has to be not that doesn't have the effects anymore, it's going to be a bummer. But if you say it louder dude, I mean, after the is immediately the noun, then you can have its effect. If you repeat you put another layer you deny something else, now you have the choice whether for it to have the effect or not to have the effect it's going to be up to you.

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Is there something that controls it? Meaning mostly meaning so the context and meaning will have an effect but that's a bit complicated for us to to go through I think that's more than enough for me for now.

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So when that comes it will deny an indefinite indefinite noun right and we'll give it a Fatah if there's nothing between them if this was repeated again but it made denied me were affected it may not affect depending on what you want to do in the sentence, it becomes up to you that's why you can say how will

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you may say, Well, hold on we'll have to watch on illa biLlah both of them work

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together you repeat something if you put in something routine, it doesn't affect anymore and you have to repeat right but if you don't put something in between and you repeat then it can either have the effect or not is up to you but if you don't repeat and there's nothing in between learn the noun that's what it is has its effect so

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what else

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no no

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there's no integrity left in the hearts

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la mala multiple

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no deeds were accepted or accepted.

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You're denying the only deeds being accepted and so on and so forth. You can just keep on going was no big deal. The moment you

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you put something in the middle

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then it doesn't do its effect anymore. The effect is gone the moment you put something between now and the effect is gone you have to repeat and if you repeat just you don't put anything between the noun and law but you repeat then you can either have the effect or not have the effect it's up to you. Okay, so that's Babla now we're gonna move on to

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babbling and whenever the hamster to Anwar

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I'll move forward

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when Nicola Twilley Matsuda when Nick era to lay your whole neck Sudha will MOBA foo will shabby who shall build mobile half Alright, so these are important for them and move them so we have five types of Mona Mona is the called upon basically what are the translation of the guy give us here for from when

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what Where did he use

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it is yeah the chapter of the cold or the vocative

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All right, so they're the monada are five points these are important it's nice to know them

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I'm Nicola

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animal soda

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Nicola

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soda

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move off

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and we'll shut off

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obviously, these are the five types of of the cold

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call and upon

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how do we call upon what can we

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What can we use to recall? Yeah, so yeah, so we can say yeah

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you can see

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the Hamza we can see where

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and there's a bunch of other but those are the three that you should know specifically. So yeah. And

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are the ones that we use most commonly Yeah, uh, you know you can add to you after it works as well. Okay, that's a you have a specific type we'll talk about in a moment I'll give an example for a second. So we'll move on to the item the first one which is the proper the proper name of the proper noun. When Nikita Nakula for the first two films Daniela von Neumann, ladies and Wien now Yes, are you doing well rajulio

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eligible

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so here's the proper name or proper noun

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what is the translation for it here

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the indefinite implied

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okay then definite intended is better indefinite

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intended not explained to that you think that you want to second is quite easy to understand. So move on to item is like me calling Yanni? Yeah.

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Used

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to be not all of them

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are useful for your Harley do.

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Mine so you've not always, when you call a proper name, that's how you do it. What's an indefinite intended?

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So I don't know your name. I want to call you. So I say yada.

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Yada, you

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so when I call you, but I'm intend to speak to you specifically. I just don't know who you are.

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I see. Also, when

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you're playing, you're playing soccer. And the guy you're playing in front, you don't know their name. You want to call upon them? Yeah.

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But you're attending someone.

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you're intending to talk to someone specifically know who you want. You don't know the name. So call your label.

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Using a kid, there's a certain kid you want to know his name yell the flu. So whenever it's indefinite and intended is going to be the album. proper name is the album. These three are the Monsal Bartonella smell. Right. So we talked about

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multiple nouns and the status of the state of state of

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of Nasim, where we're talking about from here forward, these guys these guys are going to be in one swoop. These two guys aren't they're going to be

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okay but

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estimated estimated Yeah, so you wouldn't know fact as a word that you have no idea whether he was intending it or not intending and I'll show you what the difference in a moment

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within about two months sober to love a year and the rest you have also what is an example for the under indefinite unintended?

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Unintended and we say this.

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Yeah.

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All right, Julian.

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This is like this. So why would I? How would I know? Okay, I'm gonna give you an example. You will never forget this example. And you'll know exactly how to do it for the rest of your life.

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So I want to I'm an old man, I want to get across the street. So I see you. I see. I see side knee. Yeah. Roger Lu. Right. Now in the same thing, so that's indefinite, because I'm not sure who you are. But it's intended is definitely intended. I'm talking to you, right? An old man, I'm gonna go and see, but I'm blind.

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So it's a yellow Jhulan? Any? Any men? Right, any man? I'm not it's definitely unintended. There's five of you. Yes, I didn't want to learn anyone, any of you. And so the difference. So I want you to, I'm talking to you, I just don't know who you are. So I'm going to call you by whatever description I have of you, you're eligible. But if I can't, I don't know you, I want you than anyone.

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See the difference? So an indefinite unintended indefinite intended, so the indefinite unintended, there's going to be more soap. And this one is going to be so the same any sentence any ideology deciding the origin inside me. The first one is from someone who can see

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you.

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If he calls his knee and it becomes this useful, right, it changes. This is if you don't know exactly what the person is. You're just specifying based on it.

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description. So asking for a man or asking for a worker, right? So example I come to the counter

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Krispy Kreme and I want like

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12 Donuts filled with cream.

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And they look at an employee and they say, yeah

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yeah, I need to write because I see him. But I don't see anyone so so yeah, I mean, anyone, any any worker, I don't care which one of you Yeah, I mean any, any any worker so it's so depending on what you say it makes, it has an effect on how people are gonna respond to it. foams one day referring to like, just a general person like, yeah, don't do that. Like yeah,

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exactly.

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Exactly. Anyone I was when you specifically you specify you just don't know the person it turns into indefinite intended, like you're pointing at someone you just don't know their name for some reason, you don't have their, their proper name to call them by. Okay. And then we'll love

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you off if you remember we talked about that is compounded. This is compounding a noun that's indefinite to announce that is definite. So

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eligible is a mountain. And it's an it's a definite or indefinite noun.

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It's definitely has a left, right side.

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Side is definitely an indefinite,

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indefinite, right. It's not a proper name. It's not a pronoun. It's not a semi Shada, it doesn't have a little empathy, but we compound it to this. So the climber of the mountain, now, this whole thing is definite, right? This is called What is this called?

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will fit in so when we studied the compound and this is go back to that if you if you're confused, you'll find this is going to be called mold awfully.

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Something comparing something else? What is this guy going to be called? Hold off. So when the called upon is a move off, he's always going to be monsoon as well. So if I say yeah,

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so.

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Yeah.

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Oh, mountain climber. So I see someone coming climbing a mountain. I don't know his name. I can say yeah, Raju Liu, because I intend to that person.

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Or if there's like a bunch of them, I want them to answer. I'll say, Yeah, I'll do one.

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And if I want, the more descriptive, I say Yeah, so I tell Jubilee. Like the midwife is always gonna be Majid always. So he also aren't either Djibouti and this is the one we're calling upon the climber, but because it's compounded is going to be always muscled. Right. And we kept battling mode off is semi compounded.

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Semi compounded and this is a bit confusing. So I don't think everyone's ready for this 100% to say well, I'll give you the example and then so the examples Yeah, the same thing similar similar to this one. Yeah, sorry then.

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Yeah, Bella.

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Alright, so it looks like he didn't jump in.

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This is similar so my computer's not really compounded. What we did was we instead of having this compounded to this, we had slotted actually effect jibber jabber and I was my phone be

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it's an object for a slide and so it is going to function like a verb. Now, this is a bit complex. This is later on this is we didn't study this here and you shouldn't study it here. But just know that this is something that exists that we were doing and when Elijah they called appointments monsoon will either be a nugget of animal soda and indefinite intended or it'll be moved off yeah, so either German or something similar deal so it's like it'd be like this semi semi mobile off Mm hmm. Well, those call your side and jameelah to explain this will take me at least three lessons to explain what this isn't how this works, it will be very confusing. We can do this later inshallah so

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just for now, just understand that something called them sub him above. Now very important to understand the details of it. So we call on people either we call them by their names and metaphor might not have been useful. No.

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It was not

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intended. It's someone who intend to talk to but you don't know who it is. It will be about the album Yala. Judo

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it was some it's some of you don't know, but you don't care. You just want anyone who has a certain description to come to you, y'all. I didn't. Even anyone. Just anyone who has this description come if you're a man come, I just need someone. Y'all say that Jamal is compounded. So when to and then he aside and Jabra is the semi compound and these three are monsoon and these two aren't. And this is there's a monad as simply as possible

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in certain situations, yeah.

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situations but generally speaking no it's gonna come nowhere there'll be no winner right? Sometimes it won't but that's

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alright and alumina is up here so now I'm gonna talk about chapter of the causative object

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actually or the causative object.

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This

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is by concept quite simple.

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Rarely do

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you confuse in Mfold mean actually here with anything

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the causative

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object, okay, so he says with all this one on one soup, it's the noun in the state of nossob. Let the user go to Libya and he said that he will quarrel fairly, that is mentioned to explain the reason or the cause of the verb the cause of the verb nakawa kolayca calm as Aidan eg la Amarin Wakasa Wakasa Touka ibbity

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I will figure

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Alright, so, this is quite simple. It's just there to explain the cause of the verbing you did something? Is the answer of the question. Why did you do it so hard is to say how you did it. Right? And how distilling how the means is usually to specify something that is too general that we don't know. I don't have it's not clear we need to specify what it is 2020 20 Why that's too general Give me what it is specified here is just to answer the question why

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said

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you wouldn't

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you, if you're gonna go home,

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they spend their money, you're gonna this is a verb,

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right? It's a verb.

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So, this part here is the verb

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the luau is fine.

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amalgam is the object of the MFI

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and this failure is my fault. What is the market graph and this failure is

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micro refer

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to Bucha noon, right? It could be your

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the macro refers to Bucha noon the why was defiled because not going to even feel cleaner.

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Think about it's not gonna It's okay you can make this mistake just think about the opposite you'll you'll figure out okay, that's not right. It should have been this one. And that's a good way that logical thing that's how you should do things because you'll forget it it's just normal to forget which one is it so just think of the opposite you'll find out who this is not gonna work. So you want your own world

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more Betula

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diva is an AFOL actually. Why did you do it?

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Why did you spend your money

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in desire of this pleasure of Allah subhanho satisfaction of Allah. So TMI is unknown, right? And it's answering the question why you did it. So it's going to be on sube as you may call them, affirm actually, it's as simple as that. So maybe give another example

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Kitab

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Hogben

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FIM levy

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I read the book so Cora is the verb is the file tab Islamophobia right? Out of love

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female Olivia for his for the for the novelist of the person who wrote the book The guy wrote it so if I ask you why did you read the book you'll say from Ben Fimo Olivia because I love the person who wrote the wrote the book so this thing here becomes

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it becomes a full human entity. Now what would it look like?

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We don't mess these up. How do you make how you differentiate what would it look like here?

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Think of something quite to get

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caught human standing up I read the book standing up

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to PETA Ben was stamped down

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Have you been stumped Jana I was enjoying it was dumb can be I really enjoyed it to be stumped. And that was how I did it.

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Why?

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Limit

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up, it could be Lee could be have been interesting.

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Be or also that that's not alive anymore that's not collide and that's not thought of anymore that's a different thing that's understanding

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this becomes a ship Arcot becomes more of the

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issues of law yet that are outside of that realm is more vocabulary and the usages of, of verbs and prepositions that are attached to them, like certain verbs take can carry certain prepositions, they can carry, sometimes two or three. And sometimes they only carry one. Sometimes they can't carry any at all. So that's more understanding the meaning. And that's not really a whole lot. But it's interesting, definitely interesting, interesting, but it's more comprehensive, which usually that's something we should we should definitely look into. Judging on the questions I got throughout this whole thing. That's probably what people want to learn more than this. But this is important for you

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to know that you have to know a bit of this in order for you to be able to make one final McLachlan master

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will look like

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whatever you can say anything after the crime unit 10 Or a unit and when all you do is just take the verb right and then turn it into his third derivative and just put it on to a guitar.

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What does that usually mean in Arabic? means that you did the verb you did it you fulfilled all its angles. You did it perfectly. You didn't really well, because you could have read the book just skimming through it are you gonna read the book you really read it to you at a perfectly caught up to look at a ton I really I read it, I was thoroughly read it to understand everything in it.

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These are examples of to me, I don't know what we would use here to be honest, I can't think of it and easier. That means is more because it's specifying and sometimes you can sometimes you can just depends on what you're looking for. So I wouldn't know

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what a good example here of the Muse would be to be honest, talking

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in my former home the chapter of the accompany accompanying

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verbal objects that accompany verbal objects.

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So this is easy to use just the answer of why why you did it's pretty simple. We understand the reason the sentence and you'll know if it's the answer to the question, Why did

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Yeah, did they just have different I here's my photo, Mara, who is a bit different than a photo,

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of course, was a bit rare as well. So it's not

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a company.

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I'll get

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very, very loose very rarely, but we'll just read what he said. I'm not I'm not gonna give you examples about it's not that important. But what is going on? So you've got all Libya, Libya and Yemen for either

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it's the now in the state of nossob that is

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used or mentioned, to explain, who participated in the enactment of the verb with the person who did the verse who was who participated in it now COVID Lika Jaya, I mean, you well, jaisa or istrouma Oh, well, Harsha botta now here things become

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difficult because were you gonna say tell me is Yeah, me you were always a conjunction right. We learned in conjunctions are one of the two Albia remember the two talks about the following nouns

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they'll just follow where was before them. So we said one of them is not which is suffer. We said another one was going to be a lot and then

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and then Tokyo.

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So what is Oct five is when you use well or Oh, ortho map or give me a bunch of examples. So when I tell you I'm evil

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well J issue

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you're gonna say well, J shoe. That's a conjunction right? This guy has to follow the guy before him his motto should be following the rainbow but then you'll find that no erect join me room. Well, Jada.

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And well here the well here is called well in my ear. It's not a conjunction anymore. What he's saying is that this guy came accompanied with his army and usually the wording will show to you that it's not it's not meant that two things happen simultaneously or happened no there's there's a company the the concept is that someone accompany someone else to get something done. So I'm gonna use you for

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as they both came, if I said Yeah, I used to for

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what I'm saying is use of chemed accompanied by by Ahmed and usually there's there's a reason for me to say it like that.

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So here let me like get from the airport and then he had to like drive

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Yeah, there you go. So, so

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a useful

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module, they both gain End of story. Very simple conjunction. Right? This is a moto instead that to this. Yeah used to for

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use of company that 100 Diamond was the one who was coming

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or use it was when they're coming and accompanied him.

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It wasn't supposed to come that day. He says if use if needed added protection. Or if it was unwelcomed for use it wasn't welcomed, like someone would think that there's something there. So this makes the story much more interesting. There's more, there's more here. And you're saying that little differences so here when you now you have the concept of accompanying a Why is it a company? There's something there there's more to the story?

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Okay, so gyla Ameerul will J shoe.

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So means Amir came, the prince came in the JFK, they could have come from different places just arrived at the same time. John mutal. Well, J shell. I mean, the Emir came and he would accompany with his army. Right? So he didn't come alone. He didn't come to negotiate alone, he brought his army with them. So if a company brings more interesting meaning to the, to the sentence, is it used very often? No, no, it's not used very often at all. Very, very rarely. Very rarely.

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I've never seen it in a book before

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I recall that there was an example I do not recall what the example was. Many of you learned this like I don't know what is it now 20 years ago or something? Like I remember that we were many that the mom gave us give us an example I just can't I just can't remember for the life of me what it is.

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Okay, so now we start we continue just reciting the last we just read the last part of the of this chapter Amma How about who can work it out? What's more in what do you have the medical home filmer Maka delicate Demma Tunak so

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let's quickly revise together ailments so bad

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now is in the state of Missouri

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give me the first one

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to

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be the verbal object right number one

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and then after that

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and muscle

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one the fully animal fluc

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we're going to do is gonna write an example in front of each of every one of them for you to remember you should write this down if you want if you want a quick summary of all these things for your own

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Bama

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a colon

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or to a boon al-mulla

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have been is my phone would have been Jana,

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word to writer

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Aquila lemma. So that's example

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what is the sequence

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after a formal clip what was it

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was an annual makan

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Zamani.

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Pharma

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she and

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she and his wife was in it when

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the heated debate inside the house

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Welcome to makan.

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After that we have

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heard is the answer of the question what was the answer which question

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answer the question how

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so

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It

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was yeah it was yeah listen

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He was sitting down when he did

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alright God

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can you say to Atlanta

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or would that not be

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without

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you can

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you estimate plan it'd be estimated somehow for what he ate would be estimated

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dummies

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specifying known This is answer the question what

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gonna do

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a bomber

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so here you can do more of a couple of things I want to I'm going to think of

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an example that will

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make it easier I should eat

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or yeah I should eat

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because I do want it done

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right

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so we don't get into any different

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animals definitely Illa

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I got

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a bomber

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in

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all the fun

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left one Peter

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you ate everything else

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oh

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yeah but he leaves the bread

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maybe there's like five pizzas eight four and left one

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they're

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small

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no one

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no one need to food

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wasn't eaten was left had

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seen

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there's nothing between the and it's awesome it's not repeated so it's definitely going to have an effect

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you eating or is integrating

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negating the awesome no one

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is the only person

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no one can be

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that doesn't do anything anymore. For this to work it has to be right afterwards as your neck you know right after it so if you want to make this modular

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that way you can see that maybe women need it men didn't do that. Yeah

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yeah

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that's all fine

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then we did after that

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right? Actually

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I should have proportion my use of this

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Can I take out the first two or three? Yeah, I just want to be able to see how the the sentences works that's all but I didn't fortunate my work very well. I can do more than when I done

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when I was explained not all types of money, some of them

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some of them don't get the so if I say Yeah, well they say yeah.

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Yeah, I'm gonna do because it's a proper noun. And if it was an indefinite intended one that give them a clue there'll be also rheology will do but we have to look for something

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different so let's say I'm standing and I have a thought in the middle of how am I want anyone to eat from my club? I will say yeah.

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Well Julian

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Cooley pie

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I'm

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Julian anyone yeah like yum

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yum run a human being by Siobhan Kula just someone eat the food because you're not intending anyone specifically right

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another way better way to put it is yeah

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saw even

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then becomes what becomes mobile a very good because mobile off yeah Binna

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then because now it's compounded by Ben is a indefinite noun to compound it to Adam which is a proper name which is which is a definite noun so we have an Adam becomes move off dummy no Adam doesn't take a guess so it's always gonna be it's my rule is we live in a mushroom at 65 Cassava tanto Vickerman or self

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because it's an agile meaning

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so now we have an Mfold mean agility right and for all matter who is anything else that I left and I forgot anything else

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we're gonna find out very good so I'll just add them to other sentences

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so add them up here and before we add item up here

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yeah we'll talk about that yeah, that's why I did this like I didn't so the formula actually hammered Obama

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Juwan

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because he was hungry

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you won because he was hungry

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Yes, Mises right. I

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like that I shouldn't say anything. You can take out bomb altogether and you can see I can do anything you can say it like that as well.

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You can take this out if you like

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you can or you can leave it works both ways

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now it's not just my phone in my home phone in my home is just well and he put somewhere else

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so you can see here why.

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Bula

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meaning accompanied with his students.

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He may or may not have eaten with him. They just watched him eat.

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If his beloved Well, that means that eat with him. What Bulava they probably just accompanied him as he as he ate.

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So that's just an example. What's left of muscle Bethmann semester 1-234-567-8910 what's left are

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this in

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cover, kinda

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don't worry about all four and a moto. And not Al but the dough kid.

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Right? These four are the ones that are called TOA. They are following nouns. So if they're added to something that has one so we're right in El Mussolini now well Muslim it well meaning I mean at all those are monsoon and they're all conjunct conjunctions between them. So they're all gonna be monsoon as well. Same thing goes for a knot. Whenever you give a cipher it's gonna be exactly like the one before it. So like Julian, it is Roger and there is gonna be Farley, Han, and Mulan all these aren't going to be descriptive nouns. They're just gonna follow the ones that they're describing and describing someone who was long so then they're gonna be Muslim as well. Tolkien is

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like is either repeating the same word twice. It was monsoonal. So again, or using the words cooler, right cooler home or Jamia home. You just all of them right and then that would just make it man so because they couldn't do home Jr. homes they couldn't home Jimmy our home. But that is when you just saying Joe you sue. Ahmed. Right? So is

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this the same thing I can say if I eat too I saw you suffer know about embedded muscle because it's following us. So that's why I'm in remember the grammatical go factor. They told you that inner will come to him up to their cover and will affect them. We studied this when we studied them or for an investment and I told you that the cover in is

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except exempted. It's not it's not going to be affected by in is going to stay metaphor, but the movie is going to be affected to come on sube that's why it's going to be

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talks about amongst Muslim ethnic smells so you can if you want to learn this a bit more go back to when we talked about in my flat smell and we talked about in a lotta and kinda how to find the the explanation of that in detail because in the effects that Osom It emphasizes the noun itself doesn't emphasize the informative noun actually emphasize in Allah. I Lehmann Hakeem afford Rahim is not emphasizing or for Rahim is emphasizing that Allah subhanaw taala is what he's destroyed by kinda does the opposite, it affects the hover it doesn't affect the Muqtada so what can Allah who got four out of Rahima so what kind of brings time

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to a

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noun base sentence, it brings some time to it, it gives it some dynamic, it moves it a bit, kinda for he's always been and the emphasis is on the actual descriptions on the forum Rahim. The emphasis is on the description not on the name of Allah subhanaw taala. So these three we already studied before, we studied them in when we talked about in the five minutes not so it's the same thing you have to go back to that chapter and you'll be able to revise them if you if you want to

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refresh your memory regarding them. But these are all most of them they smell. There's all the nouns that can be monsoons, they're much more than butterflies in terms of numbers, and a bit more complicated than my fly but they're important to know. So next week, we will do the last

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Don't be the last dose inshallah it will do them a full bytes mini lesson that there are much there's only three types of Mfold smart, there'll be quite quick. It'll be the end of the review and Sharma of this mutton. So inshallah next week we'll conclude the study cycle you haven't

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selected tomorrow many of us might even join