Arabic Intensive Course – EP 01

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Madinah Book 1, Lessons 1 – 9

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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It now means we join him now all of us in a little lab belong to a lot of position just like how we say al hamdu Lillah all praise all handed the noun of possession Linda it is for it is for Allah so when we say in Nat all of us live belongs to Allah what a noun and very all of us a lady he to him Illa and half meaning to him allow me to and means him to him or Raja road. We will return Raja means to go back sometimes we example they say that you Muslims, you are too much in Algeria you people are too much backwards, okay. You are far backwards etc. Jade, Raja, etc. So to Allah we belong and to Him we return one more time we'll try it in sha Allah on this beautiful Sunday

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morning. So now are a lot

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more likely to join

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Jamie Dimon charts, we are here

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to study the language and also kind of what's at a grander scale and Baraka in this day of ours. How many of you have studied Arabic before?

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And you dabbled with it? Maybe for 510 20 years? How many of you have studied some Arabic before put up your hands 123 trade quite a few sisters were handling that trade.

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By the way Jean it means

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tricky I'm sorry Jade, what is JP as the core here he attends alcocer courses Masha Allah Who says j it means good. means good. And jE jE

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means very good. So for example, at the university you have somebody who gets 60% they say McCool McCool acceptable you just passed you went, Masha Allah, then the guy got higher than that he got in his 70s Masha Allah so they say his jD jD which is good. between 80 and 90 jE jE then so we add the J's which is good. And then j which is very so if someone said to these hard what's how hot what's hot or hot and he says it's hot. And then what does that mean? It's very hot. Someone says Johannesburg his body. Body the gym dead. What does that mean? Very cold very shallow. I don't think is nice. Why? Because then you can see two people as though you are grade one. Students.

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I was

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14 years old he walks into the class here he hears you people Mashallah

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Mashallah, okay and everything hi now what I think this is a boy

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scene right here the fox jumps over the rock etc. Fail inshallah. But we are never it's never late to learn in sha Allah Muhammad Rahim of luck. Someone asks him that, we see you taking your inputs, and you're going to studying from Baghdad to Yemen to this place to that place. You keep on studying until when you're going to continue like this. He says my island me bah bah means with my island me borrow with my ink pots, a little near kabara to the meat bar off to the grave with my input until I reach into into my grave. We will continue like that. And there is a famous narration not a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam which states that you seek knowledge from the from the

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cradle to the grave.

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Meaning is correct that we do seek knowledge from the cradle from the cradle to the grave what hamdulillah J. So the rest of you have not dabbled with any Arabic whatsoever. Che How many of you have studied Medina book one and you finished it?

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One day you were on your own no

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many years back

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Anyone else finished with either one of the great excellent anyone else Allison's that they will come to you that all whichever nine or

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end up

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home study course excellent 100 in May many Panama had tried to study this Medina one and Mashallah jivi they try they try they try and eventually they gave up maybe four years they've been trying many always have this love for the Arabic language but never really got far a lot of them Stein manage the Haida wotja as the Arabs they state manage the Haida whoever makes each the higher whoever gives this jewel and exerts themselves then they watch either they will find something at the end of the day. But if you don't make that efforts, then you will get nothing and I'm sure a lot of people have invested your time not sacrifice but all they invested your time in attending this

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course this morning we thought and Dean class in Durban we have these army classes every day of the week except fighting and Sundays. So for example, this many students who have done book one over a year, two hours or other one hour a week, one hour of Medina one and one hour of being a dick one teacher takes them for this book. The other teacher for the other book took them about one year as we thought that there's many who don't have that liberty to attend the class every single week. They want something quick packed, packaged nicely, give it to me in you know, like a sandwich buy it in one day, give me half the book. So the aim and objective today in sha Allah is to reach up to Lesson

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number 10. If we can do that Masha, Allah will handle Linda, lesson number 11 is revision. And so with that, we would have covered half of one, maybe in February or March or something while you have extra time to revise or whatever we've done, and then we meet up again, and we can do the second half of the book and shop a lot. Someone asked me yesterday, what would be the value of this course you know how much how much am I really going to take in trade? We say for example, if you're not going to take in anything anytime, reading is better than doing nothing. Okay? It's better than sitting here reading the newspaper on Sunday morning. Basically the opportunity to clock in wasting

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your life alongside Jade so it's better than nothing. And it's my duty

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to make sure that what you get here Bismillahi Thailand is a lot and you will have to devise a tone in sha Allah.

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Hi yah qumola what is hyah como llaman

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hyah como la means vt to you Jade greeting to you is actually to be the Haier for how you will be asked and I mean, how old who do ha Allah says in the Quran? If you are if someone greets you, then you greet back the same or better than it someone says salaam aleikum mainmenu Sejuani como salam, better Bali como esta la warahmatullah even better, or othmar to LA he about our cattle while hamdulillah

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je Bismillah upon your hand, Mashallah with hungry that clinic, your intentions, your massage, and you people have come here for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. To learn this language learn a little bit of this language, which also kind of chose to send his canal in our kind of words, either his column, the column of Allah, the Quran, revealed in this language of the Arabic, someone might say, Why why Arabic? Why not English? Why not? Zulu? Why not something else? Well, it had to be one language. If it was Zulu, then everybody would say why Zulu? And why not something else? If it was French, well, why French? Why not something else, it has to be one language, it could not have been

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in every single language that we have on the face of this earth had to be one. And

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in reality, that Muslim who is cut off from this language, it is sad, and it is sad, especially for us here in South Africa. Mashallah driving Mercedes Benz and BMW a little nuts, but the guy is 70 years old, and he does not know anything of Surah Fatiha he's a trustee in domestic now for the past 20 years. He does not know the meaning of Surah Fatiha it said that we live in this kind of contradiction. You know he's a llama of the age he is this fantastic businessmen and all of that she's got 20 Kids Masha Allah, but Arabic language we cut off from it. And as has been stated, if you want to cut off any nation, any group, any people from the heritage, break the link with that

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language. And that has been done even with the Arabs today with many of the Arabs today, how many of them don't really understand the language themselves. Unfortunately, a lot of Stein trade so we have lost kind of water record. I was sitting here

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With scales of good deeds jambalaya farmer Matthew 11 atolla. Habib, Alvin Salim on that day when nobody is well then how the family would be able to have them except the one who comes to Allah with the heart which is sound in sha Allah take five seconds to renew your intention in sha Allah

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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim the Arabic language is broken up into you have these

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What do you call it? handouts, you have the handout notes.

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You have the handout notes is that the back or front wizard

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in the front j where it says Medina book one handouts.

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separate document at the back in the front some ways there as long as you got a while hamdulillah je By the way, this Arabic book one, Book Two, Book Three, it's part of the Medina University syllabus for non Arabic speaking students. So you go there from France, from America from Bosnia, you don't know the Arabic language, you need to enter into the university Saudi students going from grade one to grade 12. Now he's in university, we can't take this Bosnian South African and put him there because he won't understand anything. So give him a two year Arabic course. Which brings him up to date after those two years, put him into proper university with the Saudi students. So some kind of

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law in reality, this Baraka in the two year course because it summarizes like 1213 years of study elsewhere, and it puts you on power, that's how the student and yourself and him and the Syrian students etc. or writing the same exams, everything same teacher in the class together. So it's a fantastic course. Now the point, the Medina, book one, Book Two, Book Three, it's not the only book that you study.

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You have the two year Arabic course syllabus, one of the five subjects you have five hours of study a day there. So one of the five subjects is this book one, then you will also have seen after that on a you know my new level on a basic level. And then you might have thick on a basic level. But all of this year coming together to increase your vocabulary have to increase your grasp of the Arabic language. So it's not only Medina, book one, Book Two, Book Three, and then you in the university No, there's other books also part of the two year syllabus and then you in that university. Now the point this Arabic book one, Book Two, Book Three is probably not the best Arabic syllabus out there

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is our ob Aveda D and Dr. Mohammed mundo. He's got his syllabus and there's quite a few out there. It's not it might not be the best, but Subhanallah it's the most famous, it is the most famous, and maybe because of the man's sincerity and the men's his last. in putting this together. We met Dr. Farr Abdur Rahim, O v Abdur Rahim is Hindi, his Indian, I think, from South India somewhere. And he's been there for decades. Now. You mentioned to us that writing this book one, book two or three in those days, 70s 80s or whatever, or 60s used to write from that carbon paper.

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You write it and then you have one copy, and then you write another and then you have another copy. So that's how they originally wrote it. No fancy photocopy machines or anything like that a lot of time. So great effort they put into it. And then further than that, you all know, on the internet, you can find book one, Book Two, Book Three available for free PDFs, you can download them, you can print them out, you also know that what he's done is that all the questions found in book 123. The answers will then be split up separate documents on the internet, you can go to the and click on the link to Arabic resources, you will find a link fully to Toronto, Canada, and you will

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find book one, Book Two, Book Three, the answer document 15 pages, all the answers in book 120 pages, book 230 pages, all the answers in Book Three Further to that. This is where you know what some of our English speaking brothers, they don't really understand my instructions in the book. So it's taking that book and you have it together in in your your your copy. For example, here, this one here has this copy. It's already

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at the back of the book The key. So the key to the lessons key to Lesson One key to lesson two key to lesson three. You have the older version, just the Arabic and you go to that website, you download key

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For whom one key for book two key for Book Three. So all of that state, the book is there. The key for each book is there, and the answers are there. If that wasn't enough, then his friend Asif Ali in Canada, he sat in his class like this. And he's recorded the entire book one, Book Two, Book Three in video, and then charge people know, put it on, put it on YouTube for absolutely free. And you can go there sit in the comfort of your home, watch the explanation of that teacher, the video, book one, Book Two, Book Three. So it's all there. By then it is who's gonna make the efforts who's going to go and do it. And someone might say, Well, you know, if people are afraid if you put it on

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the internet and you make it free, or what's going to happen, we lose our jobs. You know what he had to talk only one out of 100 would actually make use of it and do the job a long time. But maybe it's the sincerity the class that's where our last kind of water has made a bowl of the syllabus across the earth wherever you go in the world while hamdulillah people are studying studying the syllabus, while hamdulillah

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je Bismillah R Rahman Rahim,

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the Arabic language, joy.

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Everything in the Arabic language can be divided into a sum.

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And half Yes, in Arabic languages like mathematics, Jade, you're gonna fall asleep, you're gonna miss out I will repeat many times and speak fast, but I will repeat important matters, you need to pay attention.

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Arabic language is made up of nouns,

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and particles. And as we said, this is an intensive course. On top stories,

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nouns verbs, particles, what's enough

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names, places things give me enough now like Sally, doctor,

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lawyer, Jane we're supposed to be made and it was doctors but all I have is that it?

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My writing and doctors writing is probably the same, right? So studying doctor, lawyer, table, these are all nouns. So no, these are all these are all nouns, things, objects, spaces, these are all nouns with handling that then we have verbs Give me an example of a verb

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running exactly doing words doing words actions, J Ronnie, shooting study

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for us sleeping board, J particles, Jade particles for example, in the Arabic language

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to from

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in Arabic is to ilab it doesn't give you any meaning to doesn't really give you any meaning from me or writes any of the stormrider

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alternate between the two right? meaning from it's all on that Medina handout book one page number one day Can you see that? nouns verbs and particles job prepositions to mean what else

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Illa Allah on Ida on Jade, what else? We

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leave that one for now.

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Just about you know you say Bismillah

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Bismillah etc. We said al hamdu Lillah the Lamb of possession. This this water belongs to haza li Khalid Li Khalid belongs to Khalid Haida, Libby, Laila, this Libby Lal belongs to Al hamdu Lillah the alarm of possession belongs to or praise belongs to Allah Excellent. So those are examples of of roof everything in the Arabic language falls within these within these categories. Nothing is besides them, you have nouns, you have verbs and you have these particles prepositions etc, simple stuff while hamdulillah

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then further to that, the Arabic language refined it has these vowels.

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So here we go. For example, if we got that would be yes or no. So this is about the sound here. Or it could be with a fat cap, ah or it could be with the kasra in

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another example.

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So one

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with a similar with ace w so here we have one I don't boy while I joined a boy with Scottie

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Around this is quite a mouthful Don't worry about the terms model for you it's around it's got this Bama and mean it can mean means double dogma llama on its own called a dogma fight on its own five have cancer on its own castra but if it's double that then you call it can mean trade so

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what's his double Fatah and what do you call that

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for 13 trade so we will

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then we got one at a time and we got one ideen doctor Give me an example for example so there will be a bone

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Mohammed Mohammed

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and we'll have met him with a play with me Jay called

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with the llama Bala mining with the front half and while I mean with the joy another one

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and then oh man, and you only mean Another one would be say out of tune car say out or don't say out loud. And say our rockin another word, my own water. Jay from the street What do they call it? Moya Moya, proper Arabic Ma, J Ma, Ma and ma M. So those are the vowels in the Arabic and Arabic language. So for example, you say is, you know, these Arabs are long Stan, the man's name is Abdullah. But I find sometimes this guy is the Sudanese uncle of mine friend of mine. He says Abdullah, Tamar, what do they say Abdullah Lumsden everyday. They want to change in the level in agriculture. You know, that's correct. Sometimes it's a doula. Sometimes. It's Abdullah. And

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sometimes it's a deal that just like how you said, my own man I'm and in our doula with the dogma Abdallah with the fourth house and a dealer with the customer. And when do they change? Sometimes Why is it why they don't? Sometimes Why is it Well, then, sometimes Why is it Well, again, based upon the context of the sentence, based upon its position in the sentence, sometimes this

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can be the dual of action. I can say, my one, my son is reading who's doing the action. My son, another one said that the car knocked my son. So who did that action in the car? The car was doing the action? Who did it knock it not my son. So my son was the person who was not not the one who was doing the knocking. Did you get that difference? So now he was the one who was affected by the knock, different position in the sentence. And the last one sometimes they might be a preposition. a preposition, the schema fee. fee is another one to pick up.

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You always say that someone's collecting fee.

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VCB. He said v. lilla. Originally, the word is biru. Sabine, Lula, originally, like Abdullah said, Be Lula. But then when you put your feet in front of it, fee is one of the particles it's one of the jar or particles jar means it pulls things down. usrp No, I will not allow you to be sabinal if I come before you, I will pull you down and give you a cursor. So it becomes v sub B Linda, originally it is a small law. A small law the name of a lot is small law is a name, a law, the name of Allah put a bar in front by is from amongst these particles. And these particles, they are strong in that they are called the four rules of German. Germans, make you take Germans or pull you down. He's a

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professor of law when he was sitting them he says manjaro rock Nobel who who yelled at the person who drags dragging each other down whoever drives his government with pride and then Allah subhanho wa Taala will not look at you with mercy. manjaro means pull things down. He is putting his trousers down. He is pulling it and letting it drain. So these rules, what do they do with the next word, they pull them down? So for example, if we had one ad here, see one ad, fi savvy Li

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be smilla not be smooth, lost.

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Bismillah etc. Jain revision is an Arabic language can be divided into three groups everything any word in the Arabic language is either Islam, which is nouns, which are announced they feel verbs and heroes particles don't give us any meaning in and of themselves nouns setting up an alias

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subsequently said that if somebody is smoking for example, and it makes them do not reply to him, why? Because he's doing something or are doing something wrong at the time, and you're making up for him? when someone walks late into the class, technically they're doing something which is how I'm wrong. They deprive themselves a lot of time, so I don't know what's the routing? It's a mixer um, do we respond to this? I don't know. What do you think?

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come late half an hour late span a lot push get up in that endeavor.

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nouns, verbs and particles and especially the first session you miss out then the rest of the day your last

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holiday that was done, then we said the Arabic language it also has these vowels. So any, for example, we said table, but we had a

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study, what do you have your desk? j monkey?

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Monkey Makita. Boom, I guess it can also be

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just with the Phantom, and it can be monitor beaming with the gastroc. Those are the vowels which affect them. When you say Mata, Mata Mata viendo, Sonic, Tony, Mohammed, when when does it change like that, based upon its position in the sentence? Sometimes it's the doula sometimes it's the one who the action fell upon sometimes it was affected by one of these by one of these particles and all of this will become clear as we move on in sha Allah J.

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So that was h two well hamdulillah

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j in the next matter,

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do we have a class or something?

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Is I just finished.

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Ahmed Hassan can we hire you to be in charge of us?

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But then you have to get your chest

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Mohamed Arabic language everything in Dalvik language can be divided into into three things. What are the

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nouns, nouns, verbs, and particles are big for nouns is some Arabic for verbs. Farrell, Farrell, and for particles hooroo. How to, you know, we say the problems are solved.

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When you read beside the format for every half.

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Not one report, but rather 10 has an issue? Does it give you any meaning? mean gives you a meaning no meaning they don't give you any meaning in and of themselves. Excellent. Then we said anyone can have the vowels of mouthful which is the llama. He can have the vowels of mansukh which are the fatca and it can have the vowels of module which are the customer that puts them down all say, john. Excellent. Mashallah. All the way to Linda, J.

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J, the next matter. The next matter, we're still on page two of the handouts. Jane, this is an important matter. The nouns in the Arabic language

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on the ball, the nouns in the Arabic language here.

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Can you all see the

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big two important rule? Can you all see Beethoven

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and you will see that

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can you see that? g Some say G.

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minor G

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minor, g ma means what minor means mean? g so what mean G and you know, when the out of talks what mean G is literally translating what mean g g means now

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means yes, yes. When we were growing up if you said yes, if you said yes. What's wrong with you? You could do respect say, gee, so I'm thinking now, or G means yes to the guy who studied kid in Pakistan. So when he said, Gee, his mother probably wrapped him and said say yes. Have some respect don't say gee, you know, you say yes. So many different language alongside anyway. So this is one important rule based on Can you all see based on it translates as a house

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a house translates as a house and otherwise while I don't

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want a boy

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give me what's give me was my own

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I mean, a water

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a water unspecific and specified in definite a boy, which boy, a boy, a boy came to the school which boy, the boy from America, the boy from Australia, the boy with the blue hair, green hair, short shoes, long shoes, just a boy unspecified, indefinite I always be around to learn what's

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a man here, we're going to focus especially on the on the rules as for the vocab, you can sit with it, Masha Allah over coffee, and you can learn a lot of the vocab in your house. But the rules especially that's the main focus here is being shot a lot. Right? But if you get it quickly what happened to Linda or Judo is a man which man tall man, short man Blue Man, yellow man, Allah knows best. Amen. Excellent. So that's indefinite. It's natural in Arabic. I mentioned sometimes non important those who know that Godspeed those who don't know not an issue at all. As long as you understand the concept of you're

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being told what I don't own

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they are all indefinite or unspecified. Yes or no common factor between all of them. They have this doesn't mean they have that can mean that can be is a sign that is unspecified, indefinite, or rajulio nabee Yun, a NaVi are sued on a or sole one as a boy or children. column on a pen. I always mean excellent, fast, brilliant. Now, what do you want to specify it? in English? What would we do we say a boy. No, specify the boy. The boy is Kim specific. The house the man the water, the house, the hen house? How do we do that with the Arabic words? We added a leaf and lamb at the beginning. When you add the lamb it becomes specific. It is not. It comes out of rasuluh

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I will be too so I will. And then one bomber disappears. So it becomes I will be two we added elephant lamb and can mean disappeared. It only has one bomber.

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One I don't add an elephant lamb the

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one I do now it's no longer a boy. It's a Boy. Boy and King. Excellent. My own Iron Man. Oh, excellent. Roger.

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Roger, Lu, our Roger law join a fire. If for example, I gave you a column on

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sisters Now what this column would mean column on what it means. It means a pen. Blue Yellow key which one?

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So you don't know any pen?

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The mom said Bring me a pen. And then you approach him appropriate. Did you listen to him? Yes. You listen to him. You brought a pen. Or you brought you to the Tania working with you didn't tell me. He told me Amen. I brought you a pain excellent, indifferent. But now we want to make it dub him and elephant lamb. And that can mean disappears, it becomes gone. Ah, whoa.

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So then it means that step, it would mean that it is how long? How long? And how in fact one of the major sins if for example, you did this, if for example, you made it.

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If for example, you said I'll be torn. If for example, you said

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oh you said my own or what you learn.

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It's always a bit loud. Why? Because you've specified and unspecified.

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At the same time you've created like, you know, like a nuclear bomb or something Jade can't What can't happen can't come so possible. He can't be any pain and don't pen at the same time. It can be specific and nonspecific at the same time. Definitely definite at the same time.

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So it's either

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it's either

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Yes, or I'll

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be too Yes. As for

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I will be turning her on wrong. Makes sense. I would be wrong. Excellent. And then the fourth one would be this.

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Just saying

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pay to win is all about talking about that when you're speaking and stuff like that when the speaking half the time they don't even mention the signs at the end of the beat as well. And that's also a sign you know, when you don't really know what it's supposed to be. It's supposed to be as being two or beta or V to be

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excellent. But anyway, if it's just be two like this, something wrong something wrong here.

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We'll talk more about this later on in Sharla create repeat speed Don't

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be too much on how long it will be to say it

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as harar and just be too on its own it's not right it needs something if we turn it needs to jump on to something it needs to hold on to something It can't just be on its own it's for example like this be too long

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be too long now for the house of a law giant Bay to Mohammed in Bay to Mohammed House of Mohammed because we just got this one bomb man it's not on its own it was strong enough to stay it's falling down you need something to lean on Bay to LA okay house of Allah been to Mohammed in excellent LED on to something I got some support by just on its own be to know they told us this was all to do with definite and indefinite the nouns in the Arabic language can be indefinite maybe one or two Roger on key davon wala doing all they can be definite. How do you make them definite? Add an elephant lamb and take out the convenient leave only one sign? So becomes I will be too I will kita

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boo I wanna do and similar if it hadn't had a different vowel example I will adapt. I will wala de la da. I will kitabi but it is just a last excelent juncture.

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Yeah, now, page number three.

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We've already spoke about that Jade.

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I have been to this is in the dama form fancy Arabic word they call it model for Tonino stolypin bondman marfo so Mohammed with a non man this will be it will be what

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I will be to candidate will be as they don't know I have been to if it is with a factor. See that's a line and the factor on top. It's called man super. Man super.

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If this is a way to give, it becomes

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beta. Excellent. It was with Mujuru with a kasra Manju rule. How would you pronounce it as Beatty? Excellent fair inshallah. Moving on Bismillah huhtala.

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The next matter, the Arabic language sentences can be divided into two groups, page number four.

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Page Number four.

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We have nominal sentences and verbal sentences. Nominal sentences. What do you think it's also a noun? nominal sentence in Arabic. It's called Joomla is sweet. Yeah. Don't worry about terms. These terms of photos.

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Joomla is media nominal sentences. So they begin with a noun in English. Give me a noun beginning sentence. Ibrahim.

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Ibrahim has no answer. That's a nominal sentence.

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He has no answer. That's one type of sentence unbelievable.

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sentence It began with it began with the noun Ibrahim that table is the nominal sentence the boy is tall nominal sentence the boy is sick nominal sentence the car is dirty nominal sentence Are you with me? So just like if I told you

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I will call a cabbie when the pin is scary is big nominal says I began with a noun, a place a thing objects, then you can also have Joomla fear Eliya is an Arabic language good break when I'm into nouns and verbs. So what do you think of Joomla Joomla sentence philia would mean verbal sentences. So for example, we're not going to discuss sentences today. Example a verbal sentence would be that How about Mohammed metal LMS GD Zahava means to go. The other means to go funnily enough the word doc means to go and go look in Arabic is called the hub.

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In Arabic, everything has a relationship was you know from one word, you'd have 10 words coming out, but some scholars said that may be gold. You know, once you have it, then it's gone really quickly.

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So the Jehovah Mohammed on rent, went constants. He went, who went for Halloween in a particular era to switch to the rescue. The Hubba Mohammedan Elon Musk GD? Did I begin with the now or did I begin with a verb? I began with a verb so that's a verbal sentence and very easy to turn it around. For example, I could say Mohammed

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Mohammed went to domestic put Mohammed first now it's a nominal sentence if I put

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the hava Mohammed on LSD now it's over the sentence for us different rules for different sentences with dealing with multiple sentences and other times Allah gives us life in sha Allah Haas now we open up Bismillah he the Allah to page number my book it says page number five of the Arabic word in sha Allah

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can be wrong what sentence no no

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no anyone talking

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anyone caught talking with me legends IRA Jays we applied the alcocer bit HR law which is anyone talking

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anyone cut talking talking business attire and I will catch you then you have to pay out the chat a lot of five minutes here Joe yet you've been wanting to try it I'm not joking around the money will go to charity inshallah Why? Because studying doesn't want you to be disturbing him. Soumya doesn't want you to be talking to sad the etc. She here to learn they want to benefit be in the lemons, Ira. So respect that in Charlevoix. 31 sentence. Nominal sentence, it is.

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Not any pain, but the pain yes or no, you don't know about science, but you've just learned a rule. Can it ever be?

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need without data. So simple as that. So it can never be a one on one. It's either called ammo, and then it can be ruined. This is a nominal sentence. Excellent. fancy word. For this I will call out here. It's called the subject.

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It's called the subject or in Arabic, the more good the data subject, the thing I'm talking about in my structure, I will while and then that will be my subject, the person I'm talking about the thing I'm talking about the object I'm talking about. It's called the subject. It's called the muqtada in Arabic, then the information about it even in English. The boy is sick. What's my subject? The boy? What's my info about him? What's my news about him? What are you telling me about him is sick.

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So here caveolin is my fancy English ninja predicates. If I didn't know about all of this verb and noun and predicate, an adverb etc. J we learned English we just learning to know all these funny things, but learning the Arabic Now you have to learn you know what these funny things are? So is our predicate and see the inside the news

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Here's the info about your subject. I don't think it's hard to have a hub of Al Jazeera. They say now is the time for the US to borrow eight o'clock acabar news. We have another station ci now it's time for the daily Akbar. Akbar is the plural of hover. Hover means info hover means news. Hover means let me tell you about that subject. Make sense? You know what a nominal sentence is now, the column

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column is our subject our thing we're talking about and the hover is my info another way Look at this. So here I will cover our Infowars just one word. So no

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one What if I told you

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I call ammo? Film SGD

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I got ammo. This is first question. Is this a verbal sentence or nominal sentence? nominal sentence What's our subject our hook data? The pain what are we talking about? We're talking about the pain accident my shot I'm not talking about pain. Then what's our harbor our information? This whole partier fee means in IMS g domestic not any must've been domestic. So in the pain is in film SGD in the masjid. So our information in this sentence is like a phrase. Another sentence, the phrase I just told you in the question is not a full sentence. A sentence in Arabic is something which completely gives you full information make sense from beginning to end. I just tell you in the

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masjid, not a full sentence. It's a freeze. So in the MSG is our harbor is our information. That sentence was one word, here are two words together. helaas. Excellent. And something else here. Just to throw in there. You saw me use the word fee. So we use the word fee. And at the beginning we said Arabic language can be divided into nouns into verbs and into particles. fee for the rich category. Particle doesn't give you any meaning in and of itself, in

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fact, from just a particle, but what does it do? It makes the next one tick.

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It's one of those words so that's why originally default rule everything is a new verb. Everything is bonafide everything is what everything is Bama FIDE originally, until proven otherwise. Originally, it's an MSG to hear this one is MSG do but because that fee came there, and he says I'm strong, and I'm a general word, and I will make you take a kasra whether you like it or not, so it became filinvest gd. Did you see that? And we'll learn more about that later on. So other palamu famous Gd alpinum Joomla snia nominal sentence as a muqtada our subject talking about filinvest gd is our harbor if you want to go deeper into the understanding of this hover this information, our

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phrase fee is 100 for genre, it's a letter alphabet whatever particle of genre and message in here

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is a noun but it's been gentrified or no it's been Germany fight Mashallah. What's a sign that it's been Germany fight it's got a kasra joy excellent Masha Allah.

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By the way for your info. In English we'll say the pin is

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the pen is what the pen is.

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how big this year literally translates as delkin

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final style translates as dub pin and big in Arabic we don't have any is the word is this already exists? I think I wrote it down somewhere here. In English it's called a copular verb is is called a copular verb and it's non existent in the Arabic language. So here literally means ducane big, but we will translate in our understanding that it is the pain is the loss you are seeing where brother you translated this as the pain and then you translated this as big where's my is this Murphy is inshallah there is no is B in the lakita Allah heya como bot open up to page number was it five I think it is a dumpster. Uh, well, lesson number one

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in your notes, page number five

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to trade if you're not sure what Patreon is, there's a proper Arabic on one page number one, while we were reading way from the handout Noakes to just give you some grasp understanding where it all comes from we travel a lot. Now last kind of what's going on fate and Baraka to Dr. V of the Rahim is now being his 80s or 90s after Medina University his being the head of the king Fahad printing press is a linguist from the 10 different languages he knows what to do that as far as i know i don't think he's ever been married maybe that's why

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he never married into tinea never married that's why they are trying to live like that but as soon as the promise is the better is the better option. I'd love soon Oh, hi.

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Hi, Julian. What does that mean? How that means this, this is a pen

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This is water. This is Ibrahim

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This is how to work in English we use this for something to point to something something within pointing at each

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this might be

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this in English is called a demonstratives pronoun.

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Because you can demonstrate it out you can point it out my garden back at home in Tonga What can I say? This garden from here Can I say this garden? No I had a picture of something Yeah, I can point it out but something in America right now not within my reach I can't even see to anything I can't use this this is something close to you. So don't hit English something finally say that that brother there now this brother here and that brother over there these for plural in English. These brothers here sitting in row number one those brothers in row number seven. So now we got this we got that for plural we got these and we got those Arabic language has the same Bismillahi B is the

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legends either if for example the lesson is going to be boring and monotonous then yes, many people will give up the Arabic language very very fast. But we have to keep it lively in sha Allah. So that to keep you going Bismillahi tala

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ha ha de means harder means this technically hard law is pronounced like this ha and

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it's harder it's as if there's a there's an effect but we don't write it like that. We write it like just writing like that. And sometimes they put this to indicate you know this this is like a month on it. Hi, everyone say hi. Jay Hi. That means this

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has to be done.

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Read after me haha Beethoven

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has a mastodon Mashallah you see the Arabic language empowers you Mashallah was I'm still 27 for the past few years but I've got people who are 30 and 90 years old yeah Masha Allah and I've got the power of 100 with Jay Sahaja. Beethoven.

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This is the house or a house, a house Masha Allah has MSG

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This is a a Masjid. hada barbone

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This is a a door hierarchy Taiwan. This is a this is a book sometimes the person says you know I've already done all of this what do we have time for me? Am I a little bit solid insha Allah and things will get deeper crazy in sha Allah barbone is a is a dough right.

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Look, if I wanted to.

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In English, this is a pin. This is a pin. But if I wanted to specify and talk about this pin, what would I say?

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This pin.

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This is a pin. Full stop sentence done. So this is a pen full stop sentence time for us. If I say this pin full stop is that doesn't make sense. No. This pin.

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What about you brother? Tell me something about it. This pin is big. Now that sentence is complete. So look. Yeah.

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So Hi.

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This is a pet sentence done.

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Specify it

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Call lambu giant

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can we ever had have had? I don't know. Hi Darla Columbo becomes. This pin translate says this pin Can we put a full stop?

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You can't do the full stop it doesn't give us any meaning. Now you these two things have become your subject. This is my subject This chair is my subject. What about your brother this chain is broken that's my info. That's my other

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hand handful of Woodstock so look at that just the mere addition of an elephant lamb to this sentence number one specified from haga

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became hi Paula who added an effect now became specific as an elephant now it lost its me and it's only got one Bama and furthermore the sentence is incomplete need to tell us something about you

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mean America from America America Jane

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mean Amreeka this pin meaning means from America this pen is from America now this sentence makes sense. That stuff coming up later I just threw it in now moving on hang

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what's me?

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Je je

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Missa tee

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so for example the etea after the headrace process and a lot of money was stolen. But what happened in Makkah What's it called?

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The fact of Mancha say was the star What does he do it further have things from the heart is the verb for the heart means to open the fact of Makkah in the eight H was the opening of Makkah for who for the Muslims its color am and effect the year of the conquest conquest of Makkah. Rama miftah something which opens it is the key next one

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Arabic language everything has a relationship maybe for example, a study is called a bit right bit a study on and in Arabic the word pseudo pseudo means read on sorry you don't have so sugrue today Masaru

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very happy and because you're very happy Mashallah you fast asleep

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in the bed Jay

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I don't know why but

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growing up was Luisa de Jaya.

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on our own and

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in order is the same for same for Arabic one J.

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One J. So we started out with regards to hideout hi that means this ah haha means this for masculine. Haida means this for any object which is masculine. Yes, the Arabic language is gender specific. Everything is either masculine or it's feminine. Any word every word is either masculine or feminine. One sign that a word feminine is that it usually has this this nama Buddha at the end. Usually it has that

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even in English, you say that? You know, guys talking about his car. She's giving me problems nowadays. J female the car Arabic same story. The word for car is called say our car Ah,

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so masculine or feminine? feminine. Same with Ayesha sumiya we don't pronounce it but at the end there is a stammer Buta so for example

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sumiya we just say sumiya we don't pronounce that da we just pronounce it like a half sumiya but you're writing it full with that sumiya Isha Russia follow the map. Full you will be added to found the Moto sumiya to sadya to G as a sign but there are certain madrasa. Manasa madrasa is a feminine word and many words like that highlight is used for masculine was right we come in later on we deal with Heidi he that's for feminine. So in English, she just won this. This girl

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This boy Arabic know how what i doing this is a boy female had he been torn This is a to worry about you know in check.

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For some examples from the novel more and more states and local Quran using the word had

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had a bionic Byeon leanness Medina knows how to score and the score and it's a it's a speech. It's something you know to clarify how that bionz leanness repeated the word lamb, the Lamb of possession, it's for whole leanness for the Nast. What's nice for the people that I know leanness another one I won't say too high that the crew This is a thicker This is a reminder it's a remembrance the chrome

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it's a thicker which is which is Mubarak which is which is blessed for example they ask the question in the no

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matter what I do, my dad

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said to

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me when men

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haha my dad this when is this? Why did this promise my dad and what I do, when is this promise I will say for example, hi, Holly good wall. This is the

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this, this creation. We all must know. Our is our Holic had a holiday Hulk Hogan law. This is the Hulk of a one. This is the Hulk of a law. This is the creation of a law.

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Those are some examples from another one in a lot of be very allies, my iraq war of buco and people's rather far boo ferragudo then worship him had a Serato study. This is a civil war, which is a pada suatu study. Those were only a few examples of the word hard. Yeah, next major which is

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the word Maha.

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Maha. Maha da What is this that ma What?

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Yes, Lima

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da da da

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da da, da da. Jeremy, what is this? Do they have the teacher?

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He's got students from Britain from America from Ireland from Zimbabwe from Swaziland he doesn't know all the languages we have to do all of these things because all he knows is Arabic. He teaches you how to begin Arabic. So you have to pick up so Mahabharata means what so that Monday what what this I will say is not found in Arabic Murphy is Jaipur we translate as is what is this and then your job will be someone proposes the waiting for the waiting for the waiting for job they propose the ready for job. So if I asked you Maha da Yeah, he brought he

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had more mon Hydra Balaban. Excellent. If, for example, I asked the tall Maharajah Mahara hada my own excellent one guys. If for example, we asked

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ot ot McConaughey ha ha

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ha Nikita, Masha Allah je

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la Muskoka. halifa See, we use the word my question was in my heart out What is this? Now? I asked him my issue. isn't his name God is you ma is suka dorabella What about the MA MA what is suka? j so he said is me halifa My name is Felicia.

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Maha da

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da da da one Jimmy. Everyone has

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j brought him

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brought him. Mahara

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ohana. Mama Anna

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is this a pig? That I need it for Christianity?

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aha. If I'm asking you, is this such and such? Can you see the yellows then his answer would be

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Na, Na na na na, yes. Hi da da da kita on j would we ask? Jay What's your name? Jenny juneja Janine

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on Jimmy Montez the alternate

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by the way if someone does not want to be asked any questions during the break mentioned it to me that I won't ask you anything. We don't make you feel uncomfortable but for now I don't know.

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ma ma

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ma ma ma

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ma ma ma on. Yes. This is water. Jade.

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What's her name? is Maria mahasaya is money

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huh Joe while Joe

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Joe. Joe means mobile, Jade mobile phone Java because you get the job well, if the Java needs you mobile you take it everywhere you go Jade

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Giovanna Nam hijo y la jE

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jE jury.

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aha. Is this a man?

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Is this a man Your job will be

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just like English. Is this a man? Yes. Comma. This is a man moving on.

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Read Maharajah

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Arby's nice shirt. Nice shirt.

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Next one.

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To see your own heart is harder to see your own Jammie law means no negation. That's why we say la ilaha illa there is no ILA there is no deity law it out Illa Illa except it is allowed except a law la de la. It is not a law except a law. So next one, La

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California Hawaii

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j g

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j Maha da. Then he says the

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moon star This is a stop

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moon excellent. As we said everything in the Arabic language can be divided into male and female right now we are addressing objects which are masculine. Another matter, everything in the Arabic language can be active and active.

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Meaning, you know has intellect. Jane has intellect human beings, human beings Jean biologica on one category, and everything which is way the arcade don't have an intellect. For example, water has an intellect now just no brains key no brains car, no brains, Jade, Animal, donkey

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fowl, whatever it might be. That's great to hear.

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So for example,

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I would say what is this in English to what is this? But I wouldn't say what is this? We would say Who is this? English would say Who is this? Yeah, we would say what? Can

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we stop? Okay.

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Five minutes, I think good. So what is this And who is this segment the Arabic language. So I would say Maha Maha. Whereas I would say mn ha DA DA DA DA DA

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Okay let's see what we learn

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in these two pages without, without Hydra, which is this? masculine yes or no way that man Ma, which is once we learn the art of questioning

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if of questioning aha Balaban aha de courcey Yun, aha da Judo, joy and we also now land mine My means who j who lsv.

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Mahara? The

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x one

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is you say it's on your lips, your life becomes easier. Your voice is not

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to say it benefits yourself, ma.

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Next one, ma da

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For example, from the number four, it was kind of weird that I mentioned

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talking about the word like once example many attempts to mouth

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Arabic, whatever what you said, My God, what is this? Allah says, Man, what fish some art in the summer work in the skies. manaphy. Somehow it was out of the end on the watch is found in the sky and in the up Olam insurance for example. Hi Don this.

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Why the right man, this is what we love the word ha ha.

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This is what What man? Why that why it is a promise, a promise that who gave a rock man is a promise of a last minute who is allowed to mention

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Lila, he belongs to Allah, the law of possession they lie he belongs to Allah. They lied, he lied, he

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lied he will. It belongs to Allah the Dominion the kingdom the work of the skies and the earth wha see him and whatever and juanma and whatever fee in fee him or whatever is in them to Allah belongs the meaning of the skies and the earth and whatever is contained within them the world what makes the world what examples of the world What?

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So that's the next page. I have a tone.

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I'm not giving the answers you tell me now.

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Page Number eight. I have a

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next one.

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Next one coming soon.

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Next page.

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The next one.

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Please the first revelation to

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indicate cave very quickly. Rule number one.

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last book you read any book you read from beginning to end quickly.

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Five seconds means it's a long time.

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Today, john at a leadership tutorial, talking about a nation whose revelation was a crock at the beginning not makes Allah not pay yourself. First revelation was what my nation was first revelation. Was it gone? Let's see what a good foundation they are.

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Holding the top nine Mommy Ji

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Ji Ji

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Ji bye

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That's not to be stuck or anything like that even in your in your career or something like that anything, any book.

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That's not those medical journals, magazine, Allah, Mohammed della

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How many years?

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It's about one year last year

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was in a blink blink was about.

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It's about making decisions.

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Decisions while you blink. Interesting, interesting. So you created Java. Yeah. So

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you know that it cannot be marked taboo, because it can only be marked as an elephant?

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No elephant law. So by default, it's that minified. By default, it's double dogma.

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And you also know by default, it must have been of the dogmas until proven to have something else by default is dogma, FIDE until proven to be fortified or classified. Next one.

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To see you. I had a beaten

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man holla

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da, da, da, da, da, da, da boo. This is a student. manhyia Hi.

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This is Annie, Mama, Ma, Na, da, da da da da Jeevan. This is a businessman. You understand, man, and you understand money. Excellent. We can take a break. Now. I'm just throwing something into there. You so for everything, we just used one Noun. the noun was made out of one word. I said, What is this? This is a Masjid. This is a house. This is a door. This is a key. Later on, we'll discuss. This is the key of Mohammed. This is the daughter Jenna, even in English. So it's what it's compounded. There's a marriage between two nouns. There's a door and there's one with two nouns. They've been married together. This is for what for? Pisa beaten down. This is for the Seville of

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Allah part is a noun and the part of a law. Mary did it became like one. This is water. And this is the door. The water of the goal. It became like one big noun. Now it's one thing it's not water. We're not talking about water. We're not talking about the water of Dokdo, you're talking about book. We have a book. We got the book. And then we can also have the book of Mohammed.

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Mohammed j question.

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A book. indefinite yes or no. The book gives it yes or no. So cannibal, indefinite allocatable definite yes or no? You tell me this one.

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Book of Abraham made definite or indefinite.

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Water of swim a man designates on indefinite house of a law dead snitch or indefinite? Is it just general or something specific, specific 100%. But look, we specified it without adding and adding a lamp.

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So that we specified in our lab, we did something else we made in the car. We took two nouns and we gotten married. And that's how they became specific water. Mark

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the water specific then we made it my

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my Dean, what type of war I made. It also became specific but to a different route. What was the route the route was the route of marriage. We took an hour and we married it with another now water off. This is the manual of possession. How how knavish retransmit. Put the word off in between all the time only for the apostrophe okay Sadie Windsor house, Mohammed

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Mr. Carr Arabic doesn't have an apostrophe there. Arabic doesn't have the word off. It's got the marriage of these two nouns and you get the same effect coming up later inshallah just wanted to throw it in there. A lot. I don't know the break is for how long 10 minute break the ladies either don't take longer than that ceremony.

Arabic Intensive Course - Audio 1