Universal Principles – Episode 05

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The speaker explains the meaning of "has" in Arabic, including the use of mustard and "rd" to identify a concept. They also discuss the difference between the Arabic language and the English language, citing examples of words like "median" and "monster" to identify different concepts. The speaker then introduces the concept of "monster" and explains how it can be difficult to teach the "monster" concept. They provide examples of words and phrases used in different context and discuss the "monster" concept, emphasizing the importance of teaching the "monster" concept.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. But

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continuing in the lessons of Soph, we are up to and mustard and mustard. Now mustard, commonly translated as the origin word, the source word, Muslim shape be the ayah to who in Arabic the master of something is its origin is how it starts. And it came from the word salt. Salt in fact in the word Master, you have the word solder. And when word she letters, the share meanings. What the southern main

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in Arabic

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chest Yes, your solid is your chest. That's one of the meanings. Another meaning of solder is first or the start of something. That's another meaning of solder. So solid yes does mean chest in fact, the plural is to do a lady Westridge official dirtiness, we've already taken this word, just however, it also means the start if I told you, for example, if karate sodre Al Baqarah, meaning read the start of Al Baqarah, the start of salted bathala. So I saw that actually means the start of something. So you see that connection, the monster is the origin source. And so that means a start. So it's where it's literally started from its origin, it's a source. So that's the connection. Now,

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solder is also used as a verb, for sadara. In Arabic means to go forward to put yourself first, etc. So as you can see all of those words connected meaning so to sadara, a shop and he wanted, he stuck his chest out, literally he wanted to go first in front of everyone. And that's why the seller would say it's them in Cheb to sadara Lillehammer, we lost hope in a young man who basically pushed himself forward in order to become an amendment Chief, so as to take it easy, and there's a time and place for this, his time will come.

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And Southern, sort of commonly translated his chest is also used to identify something. When a person sticks out their chest, they want to be known they want to be identified. So really must, must not another way of explaining it is not just the origin sauce or startup a word, but it's also used to identify something.

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So so that is used to identify a concept. When a person wants to stick their chest out. There's others that want to be known. True. Look at me, identify me know me. So as you can see all those words, all those words go hand in hand.

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So basically, the monster in nutshell, is a word that is used to identify a concept, I think.

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And this is where all of the verbs and all of the small Fairyland is Wilma, Frodo already taken, originate from, that's why it's called Muslim. So think of it like this. You have the master.

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Think of a like a circle, Master. And coming out from this circle are all of the verbs like the Fed maldi thermadata, which are already taken and the smell like a small, feral and a small mfold.

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And there's a difference of opinion is the source the master is the source, the verb. Now the scholars of Arabic have different Some say the source is the master other said, No, it's the fan the family. I lean towards this, the master is the source. Why because master actually means source. Go figure. But also because Allah azza wa jal said what Allah, Allah,

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Allah taught Adam are the verbs, known as the names, the nouns of everything, and I must say that is a name, it's a noun. So based on that Quranic area, while and this seems to be the most correct opinion, however, there's a difference of opinion amongst the scholars of the Arabic language.

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My shift actually leans towards the verbs of the origin. And he gave his own reasoning, he said, because from one verb you can have multiple Masada, multiple monsters.

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For example, sama, too fast, that's a verb. And the monster that is Psalm ncam is to

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die is to make a dog but it's also to call someone so that is one verb. And you have the word die. You have multiple muscles that have multiple monsters as well. You have dour, and you have.

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So as you can see, he's of the opinion that the verb is the origin however I lean towards that the master is the origin and learn from them whichever opinion you wish to adopt.

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Yes, Sharla. So the Arabic

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is used to refer to the start of something.

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But it's also used to identify a concept. Usually when a person

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put something on the chest. Yeah, it's like an identification. True. Usually like the logo, or the name of the company, it's usually written here on the chest somewhere true. So as you can see all of those meanings come together. So in summary must not is the origin word is the start of something. And it's used to identify a concept. Just remember that it's the start. And it's used to identify a concept just those two three things.

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They may say, I don't understand I need an example. Sure.

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Those word Salah

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is a Muslim.

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It's the concept of prayer. True. And from that you have all those verbs about praying Salah you're suddenly for Hua masala Li, and the place is called masala and the command suddenly. So all those verbs and the feral animal roll all came from Sala Salas, the master Salas the concept winner selectively pray.

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Now I'm going to give you a chance to give me the master sama. Your Sumo. He's a saw him.

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So yeah, Mr. Monster good. Oh.

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I'm gonna explain that in a moment. Oh,

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song true. So it's called. So it's called cm? Yeah. So the question is, how do you know it's the Muslim? Well, what's the word to identify that that concept? What is it? If you said, well, suddenly, no, that's the person praying, that's fine. If it's masala, it's the place of prayer. If it's Allah, he's praying you suddenly he's praying, suddenly the command so what is a cold? Salah. So what is that thing called? What's that concept called? That's how you know, what is that thing? What is it? It's called sola.

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When a person's fasting, what is that called? It's called soul. When a person gives money, what it's called zeca. It came from, as we said, all those words zeca yuzaki, Masaki, moussaka, all those came from Zakah.

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So when a person makes drought, who will do that thing is called drought? Or Darwin when you're calling someone as well?

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There is the person that's not the monster. The fairies are there in fairing?

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Correct. They are in fair, I remember how it rhymes. As all those other words, if it rhymes with fair it is the door. If orange is my throne, he's the door. That's for the selectivities.

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So you might say how do I find the mustard now for the philosophy? What's the philosophy?

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There are verbs, three letter verbs when I say three letter words, three letter verbs. So with the philosophy, the monster, there isn't really a set rule for it. At times there is but that's not consistent. So really to another monster of a Salafi you need to know Arabic and a lot of vocab or use a dictionary, one of the two. So once you know a lot of vocab will come naturally. For example, you know the word Salah, you know the word Psalm, you know the word cold, you know the word, dog, because those are just words that you've picked up over time with lessons and courses. Now, with the philosophy, there is no real set rule. There's no real set pattern. However, at times there is, for

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example, of a let's For example, let's give

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an example of a philosophy

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Is that fair? I think three out of it sure is 123. Honor. Now if it's on the pattern of banner, then the monster Ruby fold, like bowl.

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How? That's the master? caller. He said, What's power? It's a speech. No pole is a speech. It's a word.

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That's the Muslim. What is that concept? It's a speech. Sure it's a word. Another example sama.

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Fast It's cold. So we see.

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first letter has a photog second letter has a spoon. That's the pattern and then you end up with final letter. Some

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say rhymes whole song. It's in terms of the pattern. same pattern

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what's num num is a comment. No, very good. Excellent NEMA. He's He's sleeping or he went to sleep. So the concept is called gnome Mashallah Odom Raider? No, it's called sleep gnome in Arabic. He sleep.

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He slept. Yeah, so the verb the three letter verb Carla

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sama nama then the the Muslim to be cold so known. Okay remember this pattern the first line has a fatality and then there's always always the world but that's not always the case that's at times because it can change at times you have a pattern with a celebrity but Tom you don't. For example let's look at another thriller The

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Dada is to strike to hit

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the monster is BB

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that's the monster it's called striking. Okay, another one would be khattala

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to kill

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so the master

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shower can change however Cottle is another master so if you wanted to run with Autumn you can say cotton

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Katana is to kill

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so it's cold

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once again first letter has a photog second letters scored

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quarterly however they split a lot another monster so as you can see with the Philadelphia My point is there's no real always set rule. Another one is totally different heart Roger

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You know the old fat hat called Raja dorobek patella However, with Cora the master is hooge

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different pattern altogether. hooroo doesn't even run with cartloads on the same pattern at all. Then there's either say the olfa tat hora de agua de Dada Abba is to worship what's a cold? No, he's That's him.

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That's him?

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I bet is them worship is

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correct. It's called diabetic? Sure. You said I want to engage in AI better because I want to engage in I want to engage in a bad No. So it's the it's the concept. What is this concept called? It's called diabetic.

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So if you want to engage in this, what is it? Yet another way of looking at the monster? I want to engage in song I want to perform gnome I want to sleep in other words, I want to engage in cold I want to engage.

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Yeah, what is it called? What's this concept called? It's called diabetic worship. It's called gnomes sleep. It's called. Yeah, the monster. That's what really the monster is. So my point is in all of this, you'd have to write that down. But my point is, with this philosophy, there's no set rule. Unless you've got vocabulary that you already know, like, you know the word a bather, or you like the you know the word.

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It's the concept it's called supplication.

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So really, today, we're not going to focus on the philosophy, but I just wanted to show you that times there is a pattern and at times, there isn't, that's what I wanted to show you. So it can be very hard to teach you the philosophy, the only way you're going to do is either you have a lot of experience with Arabic, and over time, you'll just pick up this vocab,

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or you use a dictionary, and inshallah, in the future, we have a whole lesson dedicated to how to use an Arabic dictionary Sharla. So really, today's lesson in the Muslim is to show you this concept to show you how the philosophy really is not a set rule. But I wanted to introduce you to the Roberto, Roberto. So if you're thinking I can't get it, yeah, that's the point. It's very difficult to get it unless you're Arab, and you've got vocab or you're not Arab. And you can know how to use a dictionary. So really, today's lesson was to introduce you to what the monster is. But really the Rowbury because the robot, there's a set parent,

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the robot is very easy. There's a set pattern and doesn't change. And then you're going to, you're going to say all those words that you know, now you know where they came from.

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So let's look at a little barrier. Now the word or obey came from the word algebra, and we said that's a four letter, verb. Excellent.

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So that's what we took last week, the four letter verb. Now,

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we're going to look at

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the master for the row by now we said the Rowbury four letter verb, there are many types, and the most prominent are four there are four forms four types of the robot, I have the four letter verb, what was one of them?

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We said that obey can be on the same pattern and rhyme with for Allah. That was number one we took like some man, like the fella, like a lemon tree. That's a row by 12344 letters.

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Another folder a verb

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good a father.

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So the template is F Allah and an example of that would be a slimmer, another example would be a Chroma true. That's the template that's the base that the form another example for little

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farla good

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for Allah like or Taylor like saw Bella like gala see all those words are on the same premise for either and finally

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falala falana good well done. That's the fourth type of Rowbury there are others however they're very rare these are the most common. These are the most common, especially the first two.

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Now we've already taken this concept and that's why those previous lessons are important. So what's the monster for these types? Let's start with the first for Allah. Every time you have a verb that is on the parent of Allah, always the monster rhymes with Stephane

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the fade.

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Always So again, if the word rhymes just for Allah, the monster always rhymes with the fade. That's your template.

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I in

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the fade, like kabara that could be

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I lemme Darlene,

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what Heather, though Hey, hate sub Baha.

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There you go. So always rhymes with the phrase, it's always on that pattern. You always have a Fatah. And then you have a pseudo code on the first level of honor.

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And lemma.

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talim de rasa

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Idris Liga. So that's the SIP pattern. So you know what this is, it's making this we have a lot

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in our tech bit. It's making saying from K from kabara.

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What about cafetera? succeed. So all those words, they all rhyme with the fail. So definitely, you have tech beard daily, that is the spear all of those words, they're all on the same pattern as the fail. So write some examples here.

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All you do is you put basically, if you look at the word, you put a tag at the beginning.

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And then after the before the second last letter you put a year

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and you just change it to skip that bead.

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Correct. The fight has to run with it. So all you're doing is including two extra letters, the tab at the beginning and the right before the end, the second last letter. That's what you're doing those two things. So to make a file around with Stephane, you add the third in the beginning. And then the Yeah. Second last.

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So caboto tech could be I lemma tilem.

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So that's for Allah.

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So all those words that you've heard of like, daily, like tech feed, like tech bead, like the heat, they all came from the fan.

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So that's the monster, the monster is defined. So what is that concept called? It's called tylium. Teaching. What is that concept called is called tech field, literally making texture and others expelling them from the fold of Islam. What's that concept concept called is called Kabir making a lot great. It's called the spear. Making this we have a lot for example. So that's the Muslim. What's the Muslim now for the next four letter verb, there is a father. If a word rhymes with a father, it's a different monster.

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It's on the pattern of a file.

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If a folder the verb is on the pattern of a father, then the must dot rhymes with a file. Give me an example of a file first.

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Give me an example of a file or a word that rhymes with a father taking this last week, okay, you know, it's a Chroma. So what's the concept called? What's the monster has to run with a fad? chrome excellent.

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A fine, a Chrome. What about Islam?

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It's called Islam. Good. easy example, as lemma Islam alfalah a file.

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So really, the example you can use for a file is an easy one, a slimmer

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changes and transforms to what's called soft transformation, as lemma transforms into Islam.

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Another example of F Allah. Let's

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Continue with the second example our father so we took a Chroma Islam, Islam Islam, our lemma

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lm and that's why media is called lm came from our lemma.

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in the, in the

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and so forth.

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What about if the folder the verb is on the parent affair that says the third example of the Rowbury we discussed further, like Cortana then always the muzzle is on the pattern of move on.

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Further, the Missouri River is moved

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by katella it's called mo cartella Shahada to witness is called Moshe the good.

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Guy lemma is called mocha lemma

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laka meta box is called Malacca. That's what boxing is called Malacca. True. That's the model. These are set patterns that don't change.

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universal principle.

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So Carla will focus on I want an easy one. Carla means to speak to converse, girl Emma.

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Excellent. So the monster is mocha lemma.

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So kalama the monster is mo kalama. Literally, it's called mocha Anima conversation is called mocha lemma. So really add two letters. Get to those. You add, meme Dhamma and the beginning and then the Tamil Bhutanese. And that's it. That's how you transform for I like to move.

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First, you can see it doesn't change. That's the set pattern. That's the same principle.

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They just adding the main Dhamma and the demo water. That's it. That's how you change a word from Fila to move on. So if a word ROMs is for either, like sorbetto The concept is called musala cartella. It's called Mu cartella Shahada. It's called Misha has a very good.

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And finally, the fourth example of the Rowbury that we discussed last week. That was falala Give me a word that rhymes with falala.

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What did we take last week? Correct. What was

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good and

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excellent was WESA that is ela.

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Yes, they really indicate repetition. So we gave examples of Fadlallah last week. Among them were was water. What water Silsila

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So all of those words, they run with falana. Let's look at what's WESA. That's an easy one. Wes WESA.

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We'll use that as an example. Now when a word rhymes with five letter, word rhymes with falola.

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Then the must.is always fair, LL O. ll one of the two.

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So if a word ROM just Fadlallah the monster is fat,

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or fat learn,

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for example, was wasa it's called the concept. What's worse

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zela is called Zelda.

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Zelda is the concept. So is that is that a means to shake? That's what sort of result is Allah? It's called sort of residual as well. So the concept of shaking is called dissolve. cr rhymes with vll zildjian

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and Falah was worse. So those are examples of falala

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with wasa and zillah

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zillah will turn into

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what's what's that becomes worse, worse.

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Always worse. Good. So that's it. Those are set patterns they don't change that's the master folder obey. So as you can see, it's it patterns much more easier than the philosophy the philosophy always changes. Have a visceral berry the mustard for phyla is always the fade like kabara becomes that could be a father. Second example the Muslim

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If I like us lemma

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Islam, then for Allah

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fala mufa, like Shahada, Moshe. And then finally the monster is fear learn like Zilla citizen. So we'll take your question. Yes.

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These books have sold for years. There's books of all of these many online you can go to the bookstores. Just ask them for kawhia to solve, or Rosanna Soph. as many books as he Yeah, all of and it's such a huge topic.

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Emphasis on the Arabic you might find it in English, but maybe type go call up a bookstore and ask them for a book on Soph