Dream BIG Arabic Intensive – Day 4

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brain activity starts declining. So I'm explaining something but you've already kind of zoned out to a different universe. Right now your brains are a little bit fresh. So I can, I can capture some of the more important takeaways that we're going to need over and over again, that are tricky. So let me go over them now. And then inshallah we'll get into today's work. Okay. So the first thing I want you to know, is, just as a reminder, something's about fully partly and non flexible. This is a quick review of this. Not everything, but this concept, okay, fully, partly and non flexible. So what you need to know about fully flexible

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is that it's Page Six,

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is fully flexible. And what that means is you can have the

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every status shows, and you can have light or heavy.

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That's what that means. Okay, so that's basically, most words in Arabic 99%.

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This is 99% of the language. So the language is the way it is because of fully flexible words. Okay. And then there are two exceptions to this. The two exceptions are partly flexible words and non flexible words, but this time, I'll go in the order, the more logical order, I'll start with Part D flexibles.

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There are seven categories, but two of them. Two are places and non Arabs.

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Okay, but that doesn't mean that's all there is. How many categories are there? Seven, and I'm only giving you two and there are five more when you absorb this. Well, over time, you can learn the other five categories. They're not our headache right now. Okay. Now, places and non Arabs have the same problem. And the way to summarize the problem is this.

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That's the summary of the problem. If you just remember that Oh,

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then you you don't have to write long notes. What do I mean by who? I mean, refer is who NASA is. And Jarrah is also. Now if I was writing this in detail, I would say partly flexibles are always light.

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Right? But that's the long way of saying it. What's the easy way? Instead of on you say what? Ooh, instead of an UCR. Then I would also say the partly flexibles do not accept Khasra. They don't accept the e sound at the end. That would be a whole other sentence, but I didn't have to write all that I just said, Ooh.

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Meaning refer gets Ooh, Nasim gets, and jar also gets.

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Okay. So partly flexibles Maccha to Makita Makita. Yesterday, boo. Yes, Reba? Yes. Reba as opposed to mostly Moon mostly men and Muslim and you get three or you get the light versions. Mostly Moon was Lima Muslim me. You get three versions. So far, so good. Okay. Now then there's non flexibles.

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Okay, I'm mistyped here. Okay. Non flexibles are

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random

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words, I cannot give you categories. At least I was able to give you for partisan flexibles okay, it's going to be places and it's going to be non Arabs and five other categories. Not non flexible. It's just the Arabs decided some words are non flexible. We didn't really have a say. Or you can try to discover each case why it is like that. And when you get very advanced in Arabic grammar, you can get there but it's really not really super relevant information. It's cool information.

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but it doesn't really, you know, it's I call it NPR information. If you ever listen to NPR in the afternoon, and they get a guy that's like done a PhD on ant farms, and he's telling you all kinds of things about ants, you know, that's pretty cool. But I'm just going to spray them.

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So grammars like that grammar, you can get to the point, but behind it can be a lot of discussion and detail and long conversations. And if you want to do the PhD and end farms cool, but this is not the time for that. You understand? So we can keep things simple for our our discussions. So they're random words, but the key the common denominator is the refer, and the Nussle and the job look the same.

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That's, that's the key. And how will you know, I'll tell you, Hey, by the way, this word is non flexible. The moment I say this word is non flexible, what are you supposed to think? I don't know. It could be an offer, it could be not something it could be Java, which means I have to look for other clues to figure out the answer. With if I gave you musli moon, immediately you can tell me it's rougher. Okay, if I give you you sufa.

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Second category, you say I have a 50% chance of getting it right? It could be NASA, or it could be gel. But if I gave you the Talica, non flexible Danika, then I say I have a 33% chance of guessing correctly because it could be an offer. And it could be massive, and it could be job. So I'm going to need some more clues from around not the word itself from around the world. The word to figure out what this is doing. Which is actually similar to English. If I say use of tell me if use of English, Joseph is a refer and also Berger is a doer. Is it a detail? Or is it an after of your like, give me a sentence first? I can't just say Joseph, I'll tell you I say Joseph spoke to his

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brothers. Joseph spoke to his brothers. Now you have context, he did the act of what? So he's a doer.

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But if, for example, his brothers, the brothers met Joseph, they met Joseph who's doing the the act. And this is a detailed regards to the act. So that would be used Joseph is, is Nisan. Or if I say the brothers of Joseph were jealous, the brothers of Joseph were jealous. It's after of, isn't it? So how would you figure out what a word status is in English context, isn't it? It's context. So in Arabic, we have a cool feature, even without the context, you can tell the status in the in the fully flexibles you can kind of tell the status and apartment flexibles. And you can absolutely not tell the status in the non flexibles. So the question is, how will you find the answer for the non

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flexibles? What do you say now? How do you find that context? And so as we learn more, we'll figure out how to learn from the context. What context clues are there to get us the answer? Is this clear for flexibility? You guys are okay with us. Okay.

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Now, another quick thing that we didn't fill in last time. There are four reasons to make an ism light. It's in your notes, you can find it. And it's empty, isn't it?

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But first, before I write the answers here, I want you to remember what is light and heavy anyway. So let's ask ourselves as a recap of fundamental question, light.

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What are some things we know about light versus heavy? Number one, normally, every isum should be good, which is page six. This is why we memorize page six. That is our standard for what for what a heavy is some looks like whether it's the first chart or the second chart, or even the third chart we didn't cover. Those are every word they are on page six is heavy. Every word on page six is heavy. Maybe you should even write that down. Every

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I know I know grammar. I know.

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Every word on page six is what? Heavy.

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Second

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how to make light. How do you make light

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take off.

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I call it the extra end sound.

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I call it the X not the end sound, the extra end sound okay, so watch this just as an experiment.

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musli Moonah

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Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on.

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Make it bigger so you guys can see. Okay, mostly Munna Do you see an extra N sound? Where's the extra N sound? So the light version of this will be what? Mostly more than known as gone. If I say another word

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if I say

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where did you go?

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If I say

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mostly money

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is there an extra end sound? Where is it?

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So get rid of that and you get the light version. What is the light version of mostly Manny? Muslim Ah, very good. Okay, let me try another one

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read that

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don't man My name no no no.

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Slight version

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no ma

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so by problem is not with the N sound. My problem is with the extra and sound is there an extra N sound on this note, so don't go chopping off more knowns not to stiffen cattle. Don't go overboard in the killing. You have no no problem with this noon. No, no, no. It's already late. By the way I happen to be partly flexible.

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I need to see a chiropractor. Okay, but grammatically Yes, I'm partly flexible. What about funeral? Oh, no.

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I make it light. Get rid of the new and his name becomes Fidel.

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Yes.

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Why can't I get rid of this noon?

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Because it's not an it may be a noon but it's not an extra noon is it? Okay, what about

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cats right. So what do you I mean, what do I mean by extra Nunes? I mean, all the end sounds you hear on page six. Every word you say on page six. Seems to have an end sound at the end, doesn't it? Mostly Moon was Lima. Lee was LIMU na was Lima tone, everything has an EN somewhere. That's the end you have to get rid of to make it light. Not any end. How rude. Should I get rid of this end? To make it light? No, it's already light. This is already like, is that clear? Okay, so what about

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in Allah's name?

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Or Rahman?

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There's no extra. And by the way, we can't even say light and heavy right now. Because there's an other.

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We don't care about that question. Remember? Good. Okay, so now let's come back to the question. So we know there has to be for me reasons to make a word light. Let's come back to that now. Now we're ready for that. Number one.

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Partly flexibles

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Do you know what that is?

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Give me an example of a part. What are the two categories you know partly flexibles.

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Places and

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non Arab names and what did you learn about them?

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Isn't that light?

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That's category one.

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I taught it to you without telling you.

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To

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when you call someone?

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You don't say yeah. What do

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you say? Yeah, well, I do.

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Yeah, I've been to Yeah, Mohammed do that. Yeah. Mohammed one. Yeah. Mahamadou Yeah, they do.

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Your obey do.

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Okay.

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You make it light when you call someone they have to be liked. Even if you're calling Allah Yara boo. Now you're a boon. Yeah, Prabhu has to be liked.

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Did we already kind of know that but we didn't make the connection. Right.

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When you say absolutely. No.

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Fill in the blank. Absolutely no ism.

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Like

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Allah, or Allah Quran remember these?

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When you say absolutely no something

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I give you the example of lobby on Willa hola tone. When you say absolutely no, what was the difference? You were making those words light, like we say in the shahada, so you don't have to know how to write Arabic. You can write it like this, like La Ilaha

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La Ilaha. I want to share a story with you that almost caused me an ulcer yesterday. Brilliant, you know, students have questions. It's okay. I love their questions. But sometimes your questions reminded me

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there's something called selective listening. Do you know what that is? Selective listening, when you hear part of something, but you don't hear the other part of something? Which you really can you really convinced you understand all have something?

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really dangerous, isn't it? So when I was explaining this, I said, you put law and you put an Assam and the SM is light. And then it becomes absolutely not. Somebody sent me an eye of the Quran and said, look, it's heavy over here. But you said it means there's some room? How can there be any room and the IRA that they sent me didn't have law, it had a federal, but they just saw any heavy? And they said, you said when it's heavy, there's room for exception. And when it's not heavy than it's supposed to be? Absolutely no, help me understand this aisle style.

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So I had to explain to them by way of my trolling heritage. I said, okay, so imagine I'm a teacher. And I told you, when you learn to drive, make sure you stop at every word, color light.

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Make sure you stop at every red light. And then one of your students email me the next day we'll start, I was at a restaurant, and I passed by a table and somebody was pouring ketchup. And I saw the red. And you told me to stop every time I see red. So I'm still standing here. Can I go home now?

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You know what that's called? Selective one.

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Selective listening. Okay, I didn't say read. But there was more to that sentence. And it had to do with red lights. And it had to do with cars. It didn't have to do with ketchup. Or every time you see red was not the ones that stand there.

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It's not what I said. So with grammar, sometimes I tell you something in a very specific context, but with selective hearing what happens to you, you say, Oh, now I know every time I see this, I'm going to do No, no easy is easy. First, understand carefully. In what limited context I'm giving you a lesson before you jump to conclusions. Anyway. How many reasons are there supposed to be for baking something right? How many do we have so far?

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And

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fourth one is mobile off must be light.

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Yesterday before we ended class, I said this crazy thing, walled off.

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And his cousin, what's his cousin's name? Mullah filet, what's some old off? What's the simple definition of a mobile off?

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No, that's not the definition. That's the rules. What's the definition? What is it what is leveled off?

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It's the ISM. Before the whatever's before the Earth has to be light

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has to be light.

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Okay, now you know the four reasons why word should be light.

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So if it's an essence, because there are three kinds of words in Arabic, what are the three kinds of words in Arabic? Is some Fairyland, how you're reading the Fatiha every word before you decide to figure out what to do with that word, you have to first decide am I looking at an ism?

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Am I looking at a fisherman or am I looking at a house okay, if I tell you this word is an essence, this word is an essence. And then you discover that that is some is light. If you figure it out, that is some is light, then you must know why is it light? And how many reasons will you find for it to be light? These four

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there's got to be one of these has to be

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it'll fit one of these. Otherwise it should be what

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shouldn't be heavy. Okay. Now you know why sometimes there is own and sometimes there's

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sometimes there's in sometimes there's E.

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Okay.

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All right. So that's another bit of we already covered this, but now you're rethinking through it. Yeah. Okay, so now another piece, about number a quick review on number.

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What I want you to remember about number

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is not everything because you already know

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Not enough, you've reviewed that enough times to an art in art and you've reviewed that enough times plural because the Arab said so is also easy. It's just three words that are plural because the Arab said so NAS, what are the words NAS what else home and so when I say number the problem part, the problem part is not five items, the problem part is only two items, which are human,

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broken plural and non human, broken plural. If you understand this part, the rest of it is piece of cake anyway. Okay, so let's focus on the hardest parts, make them easier, and then the whole subject becomes easier. I've actually realized I need to do this with my Quran study too. So I was just talking to my research team today that I think over the next year, we're gonna have to pick the hardest portions of the Quran to study and focus all of our energies on them. And then do the rest of the Quran.

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Because that's what people avoid. My own observation is when people talk about the Quran, give a hot dog give a lecture teach a class whatever they avoid all the hard parts of the

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talk about let's just talk about the skies in the earth. Let's talk about the you know, the mountains and the trees which are in the Quran. Talk about maps isn't trees was cool. But then there's tough subject matter in the Quran, isn't it women's rights? Not easy to talk about war, not easy to talk about slavery, not easy to talk about. You know?

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You know, the wars in Medina. Not easy to talk about. But they are big subjects in the Quran, aren't they? They require deep study, don't they? So if we say we're proud of our book, can we believe in our book, let's not try to circumvent the tough stuff. Let's take it head on and really try to understand it and humble ourselves so inshallah Migdal I'm able to do some justice to that and the team is excited about it, too.

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Okay, so human broken parole versus non human broken parole. First of all, probably helpful to know what is a broken federal law.

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Let me give you a new definition today.

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It is plural.

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Without being from the other three.

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It is a broken,

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plural. What do I mean the other three?

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It's not una Ina? Ina. That's one. It's not our tone, our tin, tin Tim. That's true. It's not what else.

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It's not nice almond color, but it's still plural. If it's still plural without being any of those three, it's got to be a broken plural.

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Okay.

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You can only recognize it.

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By knowing though what?

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Yeah, knowing the meaning.

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You can't recognize it otherwise, sorry. Because Can you give me a clue? How can I tell if this word is a broken pearl? I cannot.

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I cannot do so.

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What's really cool. Now that you're somewhat basic level Arabic and you're growing, I will tell you of a resource that you can start using that's accessible to everyone. It's called quran.com quran.com. And under quran.com, you will find a source called corpus. write that word down corpus Corp U S corpus, okay? It's not super academic, but at your level, it's very helpful. You know what that is? If you're reading a word in the Quran, and you wonder, I wonder if this is an ism. And if it's an ism, I wonder what its grammar is? What are its four properties? What is it doing in the sentence, you can click on the eye on the word and it will give you it's a grammar.

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It's like a grammar answer key corpus on quran.com. Sometimes it's not very exhaustive, not not all the meanings are there. But at a basic level, it's a good easy answer key for you, if you're engaging in the work. Now the thing I'm going to warn you.

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Some of you are like Alhamdulillah, the website exists. And the knowledge already exists on Amazon Web Services. It's being hosted on the cloud. So I'm going to download the app, and I'm going to have it Al Hamdulillah. There Ellen is now in my possession.

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It's really nice that this knowledge is available on an app. The only thing is it's still not where

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some people get

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really happy when they download a bunch of stuff which book should I read which app should I get? Which oh I know but switch to this page to this PDF to I had students that downloaded every PDF every video series every this every that have you gone through any of it? No, but I have a huge collection nosedives huge. All you see my collection. So you'll feel good you'll it feels good to know someone knows the answer.

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This is about you doing the work, so don't become complacent anyway. So you can only recognize it by knowing the meaning corpus might help you here, you're stuck on a word you're like, let me find out if this is a broken plural. And then the meaning tells you for that word, oh, this is a plural, okay? This word is plural. Right? So there are tools now that can help you with that, as you're learning your grammar. Eventually, I want you to use none of these tools. Actually, I want you to use none of them, I want you to just be independent, and engage the text directly. Right? So Is everybody clear about what a broken Perl is? What is it that at least we know? What's the difference

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between human and non while human is for humans?

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Humans and who else? Jin's angels, and a non human is for Non Humans nonhumans.

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Any anything? That's not the verse three. That's all.

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Now, if you want to summarize what the Arabs do, so I'm gonna put this here, the only crazy Arabic rule

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where grammar and meaning

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contradict

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the grammar is saying one thing, the meaning is saying something else. Usually grammar and meaning go together, but in some cases, grammar and meaning contradict. So this is the only crazy Arabic rule where grammar and meaning contradict. So how do they contradict? If you see a human broken plural, you might see them talking about it as a she or a they. And if you see a nonhuman broken plural, they'll always talk about it as she

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in more technical language, she invidious shortcuts, but if you don't want to use the shortcut, the full version is she means either singular or feminine. That means that's the she or plural,

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plural, plus reality.

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Plus, what do I mean by reality? If it's a broken plural for women, it's going to be plural, feminine. If it's a broken rural, for men, it's going to be plural, masculine. So reality means what are we talking about? If it's going to be angels, which ones are going to be masculine? If it's going to be prophets? What's it going to be masculine? If it's going to be believing women? What's it going to be? Feminine? That's That's what I mean. I don't mean plural and feminine or plural and masculine I said plural and reality. And if you don't have a good grasp on reality, see me after class we will discuss that's a separate problem. Okay. But when it comes to non human broken

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plurals, you basically only get what she, she, even if it's a plural, the thing is what did why did I say that grammar and meaning contradict actually in translation.

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In translation, both of the above are they

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but in grammar,

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they can be

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she,

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meaning the grammar does not affect the translation, the translation is not going to say she the transitions gonna say what they that's why this is a confusing rule. Okay, so that's a quick recap of broken plurals. Okay. Now,

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was this helpful?

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So these are some of the hard parts of what we did so far. Not everything we did, but some of the pain points of what we've done so far. Okay, now we're done with four properties of the Assam, which were what?

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What were the four properties? Status, number, gender, and good. We're done with the four properties that was last semester. That's ancient history. Today's a new day, new semester. It's called the Five fragments.

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It's called Five fragments last semester was called one, four properties this semester is called Five fragments. Let me let's first understand what is a fragment.

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The definition of fragment

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more than a word, but less than a sentence.

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That's a fragment.

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It's not just a word, it has to be at least two words. It can be more than two words too, but it's still not a complete sentence. If I say I am

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Loud. I am loud. Is that a full sentence?

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Yes it is. Some people are like no.

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You are loud and proud. Now it's a false noise. I am loud as a full sentence. But if I say nice car, nice car. Is that a full sentence? Okay, if I say that is a nice car, is that a full sentence? Yeah. If I say the Messenger of Allah, the Messenger of Allah, is that a full sentence?

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I don't know you guys, this is an English problem. Now. I can come back for attending English program

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is the messenger of Allah a sentence or a fragment,

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fragment and in Arabic to really get far. To start with, you should know five fragments.

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Five fragments, five fragments cover 70% of the landscape.

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70% of the real estate of fragments is these five. There's another five that cover the 30% that's more advanced. But these five 70% You're good. Every page has one of these five. The first of these fragments is called the mud off and the

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lafay Lay and together they are called the buffer.

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will laugh and will awfully are called a buffer we started talking about them will often will lawfully yesterday, okay.

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Today, before the Maghrib prayer, we have about 40 or so minutes. I need to make sure your mobile mobile filet is solid. In the next 40 minutes. I really want to make sure you're malapa la Falaise solid so I'm going to give you some notes on what often will Dafina In fact, I think they are in your notes already. So let me open them and show them to you.

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Okay, it's should be page 21.

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Fragments

00:37:12--> 00:37:16

primary rules for the blah fi it says on top. What is it off? I mean,

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will not fit will not fit together primary rules for this fragment number one, the MODAF which is the word before the earth should be two things what are two things is it say? It's light and no and if love we discussed this yesterday. Okay, good. The mood off LA. The word after have should be Jarrah status, which is kind of something we already knew. How did I define java in the beginning? I said Java means after of a normal awfully is after of So Java and will offer layer like two words for the same thing. Almost. Jar is a little more than that. But for now it's okay. So every move awfully is Java. Everybody, Felicia? Okay. Third thing, what does it say?

00:38:03--> 00:38:14

No long distance relationship. Here's what that means. You can't be reciting Surah Baqarah. And say I found them off in iron number one. And then in iron number 286. You found them with awfully for that? Well, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

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They have to be what?

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immediately next to each other. You cannot put something else between a mobile app and a mobile filet. If they're not together. If you found light, no Elif lamb over here and three words later you find out you're over there. No, that's not a mobile homophily they have to be together they have to be together okay.

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Now,

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it says the last property of the mobile off type is dictated by the mullah fillet. Let me explain what this means. And SMS how many properties and SMS how many properties? Okay, let's do a practical example. So you understand this point and we'll read it again. Let's do we've done Rasulillah enough times let's do

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the new I'll mostly mean

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the new el Muslim Dean means religion.

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And Muslim it means us Muslims right. So let's ask ourselves if is this a move off and will lawfully or not first? Let's ask that first. How do we go about that investigation? How do you do it?

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Check from old off does it qualify? What are the two things you look for?

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Good light and no I'm okay it qualifies. I'm going to look at the next word now. Is it job?

00:39:40--> 00:39:45

Well, first of all to tell status first you ask the first question, what's the first question?

00:39:47--> 00:39:53

Sound or combo and we look for Campbellford is this combination? Yes enough. What is enough tell you

00:39:54--> 00:39:59

will not have or John but if you have a MODAF ready then it's

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John, you give benefit of the doubt in Islam, you give benefit of the doubt in Arabic if they look married, they are married. Okay, benefit of the doubt. So Dean is McLaughlin Muslimeen is walled off today. Okay, now

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I want four properties. This is not the work, I want four properties of the word, Dean, I'm going to write it in English so it's easier to type. I want four properties of it, because then it's some should have how many? Four properties? What are they?

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It's about how did you know

00:40:34--> 00:40:38

who sound good? Singular pair or plural?

00:40:39--> 00:40:45

Singular, I agree. gender masculine or feminine? How do you know it's masculine?

00:40:46--> 00:41:06

No sign of feminine, masculine. My final question is what their status? I answered that number. I answered that gender I answered that what's the last question? Okay. Type is two things either proper or common, proper or common? Okay. Well, the problem with a MODAF,

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which is what I wrote in item number seven, in your notes yesterday, open it up again and read it to me, what did I make you write as item number seven, in seven kinds of things are proper.

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It was item number seven, and seven kinds of things are proper.

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The word before of is proper. If,

00:41:32--> 00:41:45

if the word after of is proper, actually, now you know how to rewrite that. You don't have to say the word before of and you don't have to say the word after of what's a new way of writing that sentence.

00:41:47--> 00:41:49

The mold off is proper.

00:41:50--> 00:42:00

If the MODAF LA is proper, you with me? The mold office proper. If the mold awfully is proper, you guys got it? Okay, well,

00:42:01--> 00:42:27

according to that rule, the new cannot tell me that answer. Because the new is a mobile. And the mobile app says I cannot tell you if I'm proper or common, you have to go ask my mobile off delay. So where do I get the type from the type means common or proper? Where do I get it from? I get it from the mobile I fill in what's my answer here? Based on what?

00:42:28--> 00:42:39

And ooh, that's a stylish, proper, okay. Proper. Now go back to these notes. The last property of the MODAF type

00:42:40--> 00:42:45

is dictated by the modal affiliate. Is that making sense now?

00:42:46--> 00:42:59

Okay, three properties you can tell. The fourth one you got to go to the will often it is that true for every Assam for every Assam you can only tell three properties. No, that would be selective listening,

00:43:00--> 00:43:17

which is awesome is only able to give you three properties and not give you the fourth one. Only mobile apps have that problem. MODAF has the problem of saying listen, go ask about filet then come back to me. Okay, both stumbled off and the mobile fillet should be what?

00:43:18--> 00:43:32

They should be a surprise because there's three kinds of words in Arabic, aren't they? What are they? ISM fairyland? Have for you. Both of them have to be essence when you get a little older. I'll show you some other stuff. Yes.

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They do. Muslimeen

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Okay, let's try it. You guys know the surah for me? Yeah, Mel B Scala. Anybody know it? For me? Let me let me type it. Miss Carla. Go on.

00:43:55--> 00:44:04

Night nice fall over here. Miss Canada rotten. Isn't it? Okay, tell me if Miss Scala looks like I'm old off.

00:44:05--> 00:44:07

You have to prove it to me.

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It's late.

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Okay, fine. If you say if light. I would believe you if you know how to make it heavy.

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With Colin, good. So it is like it doesn't have it looks like a mold off to me the retin

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Is it

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because if it was not so it would have been the return if it was rougher? It would have been okay, now I want four properties of Muskaan four properties of mythical Okay, let's do it. What's the status?

00:44:45--> 00:44:46

NASA

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NASA y

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o asanoyama.

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Refer law right flies ruff.

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Oh, no. Okay, not so

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singular. Oh yeah singular para plural.

00:45:09--> 00:45:17

You don't know the vocabulary I'm telling you it's singular. Because if you don't know the vocabulary it might be a tricky broken plural remember that?

00:45:18--> 00:45:22

You don't know that I'm telling you it's singular just that's on me. Okay?

00:45:23--> 00:45:24

Masculine and Feminine

00:45:27--> 00:45:33

no signs of feminine so I'm gonna go with good masculine one question left

00:45:35--> 00:45:36

where do I get the type from?

00:45:37--> 00:45:41

Why am I going to the mafia labor type do I do that for every Assam

00:45:44--> 00:45:57

only from above someone off says hey, what kind of what type of person I am is determined by the missus my personality has been overshadowed by her existence so she is what

00:45:58--> 00:45:59

the rotten

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How do you know it's common?

00:46:03--> 00:46:09

There are seven kinds of words that are proper is it any of those?

00:46:10--> 00:46:16

It's not a name that doesn't have an easy one the easiest answer is it doesn't have a URL and it's normally heavy

00:46:17--> 00:46:19

so this must be common

00:46:21--> 00:46:23

this is common okay

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go to page

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let's say

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no we don't do basic kinds of lava yet.

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We don't do you that yet? Hold on go to page 23 I think it is yes. Yes yes yes 23.

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Arabic is really not that hard.

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Really not that hard.

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I will

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build character go ahead

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Excellent question. When you have a lawful lawful, it is the most awful was first and will lawful, was second in Arabic always in English? No.

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In Arabic You say rasuluh. And then Allah He in Arabic in English, you can say the Messenger of Allah or you can say Allah's Messenger. You can flip it in English, but your Arabic mind should be able to unclip that and go back to the hula hula for the order. Arabs don't do that. Arabs don't mess with the order of Domodossola filet with off is always first will always always second. You got lucky that time that was not a troll question. Okay. Yeah, the hola Jen Netta. I want to know if I don't expect you to know any Arabic before this. You don't even know what these words mean. It's okay, Jana, you hopefully know what that means. But the Hola. From what I just taught you? Does it

00:48:00--> 00:48:17

look like it has a lawn it doesn't look like it has is heavy. So maybe based on what you know, right now, maybe that's somewhat off. Okay. You work with that assumption. And you go to the next word. What's the next word? What status is Janetta?

00:48:19--> 00:49:00

It's nothing. So is this a MOBA from odofin? A? No, it's not a multiple dauphinee It's something else you will be surprised to know there's lots of things in the Quran that are not Mala Mala filet. I know that's heartbreaking. Because you just learned Hula, hula funny. So you were hoping to find it in every word of the Quran, your Ramadan philosophy and your Ramadan. Whoa, no, it's not going to be like that. It's going to be sparse. So this one does not qualify as a Modafinil often it's good Arabic. It's just not Arabic, you know yet. And it's definitely not well off, hold off. Here's the skill. I want you to know. If you really want to build your knowledge of Arabic based on my logic,

00:49:00--> 00:49:14

my logic, I'm weird. I teach Arabic in a weird way. But this works. It worked for me. It did wonders for me when I was trying to study this stuff. I told myself something. I don't know what this is. But I sure know what it's not.

00:49:16--> 00:49:56

I'll say that again. I don't know what this is. But I definitely know what it's not that logic, man. It solves so many problems for me. Because then I became comfortable with saying, I don't know what this is. And I don't know what this is. But I do know the few things I do know it's not one of them. It's not one of them. And it started creating what I like to call a process of elimination. And then fewer and fewer things were left to eliminate on the page of a Quran. Write a single page. I was like, Oh, I don't know what that is. But I do know what that is. So I don't know what this is. I need to eliminate this problem. I need to figure out what this is. Right. So this this logic, if you

00:49:56--> 00:49:59

want to write it down, it will help you I don't know what this is.

00:50:00--> 00:50:20

But I do know what it's not. That's a thought process I want you to keep with you. Even after this class, it will help a lot with your analysis. Okay, we're going to skip what Hanako let's try a trick question Kuntum Saudi Pina control, let me rewrite it. So you can see the Halacha it should be like the skin tone.

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saw the P now.

00:50:24--> 00:50:25

Quantum

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Okay, let me ask you a hard question. What's the status of quantum?

00:50:38--> 00:50:40

What's the status of our phone number?

00:50:44--> 00:50:47

Look, how do you tell status?

00:50:49--> 00:50:52

What are the ways to tell set? Go back to what I taught you. What did I teach you?

00:50:53--> 00:51:11

You can tell an ending sound what or how many ending sounds are there on an N or O? E or combination? Any any any owner in does this have gone to them? Does it have any of that?

00:51:12--> 00:51:16

You know what? I don't know what this is. But it's not innocent.

00:51:18--> 00:51:42

I don't know what this is. Remember what I told you. What was the logic? I don't know what this is. But I do know what it's I don't know what this is. But it's not innocent. Why is it not an ism, because an ism has to have status and status has to have an ending sound or ending combination. If it doesn't have any of that stuff. You're not Edison, bro. And Google says, You got me. I'm a failure,

00:51:44--> 00:51:45

which we'll do in three days.

00:51:47--> 00:51:48

To see how that logic helps.

00:51:50--> 00:51:58

Now I don't even have to ask about Saudi Pina I don't care anymore because if you're not on hold off we're done. This relationship is over before it even began.

00:52:00--> 00:52:03

It was dead from the start of

00:52:04--> 00:52:07

a shooting. Let's see if we can break this up and

00:52:09--> 00:52:11

follow the process. Is it a MOBA? Yes young men

00:52:17--> 00:52:21

which is a yo no or yes. Because you said both with a lot of confidence.

00:52:23--> 00:52:24

You remind me of someone I knew.

00:52:27--> 00:52:29

Absolutely not. What do you mean? Yes.

00:52:31--> 00:52:34

Which follow the process? What do you look for it tumbled off

00:52:36--> 00:52:37

is it light

00:52:39--> 00:52:41

how's it light? It has a timer boot on it

00:52:43--> 00:52:44

how's that light

00:52:45--> 00:52:48

that has nothing to do with lighter heavier just messing with you.

00:52:49--> 00:52:52

There's no extra sound so it's light. Does it have oil on it?

00:52:53--> 00:52:55

But it has armor on it

00:52:57--> 00:52:58

that's not good enough.

00:52:59--> 00:53:03

Nope. It's like no URL looks like I'm off to me.

00:53:05--> 00:53:06

What about assuring

00:53:08--> 00:53:10

you guaranteeing me that a job?

00:53:11--> 00:53:12

How

00:53:13--> 00:53:19

I have a problem though assuring? is heavy. Assuring is heavy? Isn't that a problem?

00:53:21--> 00:53:23

What do you mean I told you it has to be light

00:53:26--> 00:53:34

the husband has his responsibilities. The wife has her responsibilities. The MODAF can't go to them with off in a bro I'm like why are you heavy was

00:53:36--> 00:54:14

just not working because I have to be late and you can get to be heavy. So I'm gonna hold off for later that's what happens. All I got to do is be what all I got to do is be judged or I can be singular. I can be pair I can be plural. I can be masculine, feminine. I could be proper I could be one comment or anything. Only one condition on me Don't go near that one tree. What's the one tree just be jar Don't be refer NASA. That's all and you're a good moolah filet. And the MODAF says why? Why I have two rules, though. He has one rule and we'll feed it Medallia has two rules. What are the two rules?

00:54:16--> 00:54:20

That's it. Once you get that you're good. Somebody read this for me out loud.

00:54:23--> 00:54:56

Okay, this is especially for those of you that come from dodge Company Ltd. Must have reading that says l had G it does not say l Hijjah. It says l had G why? Because the Khasra. The E is under the Shuddha. So it doesn't have to be under the letter for it to be E it could be under the W to also be E okay. So, some people look at that and say, John No, no, I'll hit G Okay. Yo Ma, is it light? And does it have oil

00:54:57--> 00:54:58

so it's modifying

00:54:59--> 00:54:59

it

00:55:00--> 00:55:20

What often is the Alhaji Rudolph? elating? It is his job. Yo means de Hajj means Hajj. What does it mean? They have hunch they have the pilgrimage cool what are they known what are the known

00:55:24--> 00:55:25

so Adan is a good mood off

00:55:28--> 00:55:28

heavy

00:55:32--> 00:55:32

but it doesn't have

00:55:35--> 00:55:40

to sound good enough not having a list are good enough you only met how many requirements

00:55:41--> 00:55:49

I need you to meet what and then allowances but but but look at the word Allah I know it's far away but it's job

00:55:51--> 00:55:57

you can't do long distance and you're heavy Sorry sir. Nope, no go

00:55:58--> 00:55:59

I'll skip this.

00:56:00--> 00:56:05

Nah, not gonna let Not yet Not yet. I'll tell you it's coming. It's coming.

00:56:07--> 00:56:10

And be either been le mean

00:56:13--> 00:56:15

I mean such nice jobs

00:56:18--> 00:56:22

is a good match. Isn't it build off hold off for a day. Why not?

00:56:24--> 00:56:41

Because the first word the suppose it mobile is heavy, which means it's not on hold off. So you know what? This this is good air but then somebody says that it's in the Quran? Yes. It is in the Quran. What's the logic I taught you today? I don't know what this is.

00:56:43--> 00:56:47

But I know what it's not. It's not Omaha philosophy day. You got it?

00:56:50--> 00:57:10

You know, the, the label. I don't I know what it's not I know what it's not. I know what it's not. The circle of that is gonna get smaller and smaller as we continue in class. Okay, so it's getting smaller already. And it's gonna keep getting smaller and smaller. Okay, try cool. Mr. Sudden, Cola, Morrow sudden.

00:57:14--> 00:57:17

Cola light, no el mar sudden.

00:57:19--> 00:57:24

pretty juicy. I like it. This is a Mullah van de la Fey. Very nice.

00:57:25--> 00:57:28

This isn't the Quran don't get this wrong afford on writing one

00:57:29--> 00:57:30

but it's in the Quran.

00:57:32--> 00:57:34

It can be in the Quran and not be one

00:57:36--> 00:57:38

it can be in the Quran and RPM Allah for Allah filet

00:57:40--> 00:57:42

in the mess GD

00:57:44--> 00:57:57

you're getting faster at this light. No URL, followed by okay, if you're so good at this, how did you why did you do this one huh? You like you like doing fast? Okay, okay. Okay.

00:57:58--> 00:58:00

What you got? What you go

00:58:02--> 00:58:04

see? No, yes.

00:58:05--> 00:58:05

Listen.

00:58:08--> 00:58:10

You remind me of someone I know

00:58:14--> 00:58:25

why don't you slow down and follow the process? Not every answer comes quick. I want to teach you to slow down. You're like I can do this fast. They're like no yes. Yes.

00:58:28--> 00:58:29

Follow the process.

00:58:31--> 00:58:34

Somebody walked me through the process teach this to me.

00:58:37--> 00:58:42

I don't care about the ending sound I wanted. I want to know what's the process for finding a lawful lawfully

00:58:44--> 00:58:53

is okay. Okay. Okay. Here's what I need. Here's what I need. Does buddy have a lawn it? Okay, and are you saying that bunny is light?

00:58:57--> 00:58:58

Is Benny light

00:59:04--> 00:59:06

what's the light version?

00:59:07--> 00:59:10

What's the moon? Yes. Okay.

00:59:15--> 00:59:16

What's the lite version?

00:59:18--> 00:59:20

You're good. You're good. Okay.

00:59:24--> 00:59:25

What's the lite version

00:59:32--> 00:59:33

what's the live version?

00:59:36--> 00:59:43

I gotcha. Like oh, this is so easy. I can do it right now. Okay, what happened? What happened?

00:59:49--> 00:59:54

Bunny is the light version of what Bernina Bernina.

00:59:55--> 01:00:00

Reminds me when I sometimes I travel and people, people

01:00:00--> 01:00:09

Butcher my work all the time. It doesn't hurt me it just it feels kind of like a small allergic reaction. Like i i made a program. I called it story night.

01:00:11--> 01:00:21

I did it 10 years ago, I've done 10 story nights travelled around the world. Somebody comes to start. I was wondering I was I was attending your storytime. So good.

01:00:23--> 01:00:29

Storytime is what parents tell their children to put them to sleep. I called it storing

01:00:30--> 01:00:37

storytime was so good. I was like, okay, it's okay. It's okay. It's okay. Nothing personal. Okay.

01:00:39--> 01:00:43

And then my favorite one stop. You're from the banana Institute, right?

01:00:46--> 01:00:47

Yes, yes. Yes, I am.

01:00:49--> 01:00:49

Yes.

01:00:55--> 01:00:57

But he reminded me of that

01:00:59--> 01:01:02

it's been called bunny Institute when y'all Institute

01:01:04--> 01:01:04

banana

01:01:07--> 01:01:08

Yeah,

01:01:09--> 01:01:18

yeah, but my favorite the one that didn't even feel bad. It felt kind of good. was at the airport in Atlanta. This lady she saw me she goes, Ah

01:01:21--> 01:01:31

and I was like, no, she goes Oh, I know your move. The men don't lie to me. And I was like, No, I'm not gonna see me because I see all your video you move the bank.

01:01:32--> 01:01:43

So I took out a picture of me and Mufti Menk I had a selfie with him I was like that's what the bank this is me. She goes all you the other one

01:01:52--> 01:01:55

anyway, so bunnies light

01:01:57--> 01:01:58

does it have Alana?

01:01:59--> 01:02:06

No, it doesn't. So Benny is possibly a okay. It's like Elon,

01:02:08--> 01:02:10

what kind of word is a slightly

01:02:12--> 01:02:20

non Arab name which makes it partly flexible. What did you learn about partly flexibles

01:02:22--> 01:02:57

I want to hear oh, ah. Which means refer is Ooh no service jar is also I see bunny is slightly law which means it could be nossob or jar but this bunny is such a nice juicy MODAF which means this must be must be a bunny means sons. What is Benny Salah Isla Amin the sons of Israel last question on this is Benny proper or common? Is Benny proper are common.

01:03:00--> 01:03:04

In fact, that's not even good enough. I want four properties of bunny.

01:03:05--> 01:03:06

Four properties.

01:03:08--> 01:03:10

Let's go bunny.

01:03:13--> 01:03:16

First of all to tell status what must you first tell me?

01:03:17--> 01:03:24

Sound or combination now you're learning good? Is it sound recombination? This is a combination which means this could be

01:03:25--> 01:03:30

nossob or Joe nossob gel. I'm gonna put New Jersey. Okay. And then

01:03:32--> 01:03:33

how did you know it's plural?

01:03:35--> 01:03:38

Una is from the plural chart. Okay, gender.

01:03:40--> 01:03:41

How did you No

01:03:43--> 01:03:46

no, that's not good enough. No, not no signs of feminine. No.

01:03:48--> 01:03:50

It's from the masculine chart.

01:03:52--> 01:04:01

Masculine chart. Mostly Mina. Okay. Is it proper or common? How do you know and the aftermath? How do you know?

01:04:06--> 01:04:10

Because before there was PlayStation five, there was PlayStation four

01:04:20--> 01:04:22

the MODAF will be proper if the

01:04:23--> 01:04:24

nicely done

01:04:25--> 01:04:35

proper, because it's like a wait, how is this line proper? I don't see a lot of it. Oh, it's a proper name. Yeah. Yeah. Good.

01:04:37--> 01:04:39

This is so easy. I can do it so fast.

01:04:41--> 01:04:42

Do this one

01:04:46--> 01:04:50

is a car move. A car move moon light.

01:04:52--> 01:04:54

sounds like to me doesn't have a lot on it.

01:04:55--> 01:04:56

Maybe it's a good candidate.

01:04:57--> 01:04:59

What about a salata? Is that job

01:05:01--> 01:05:02

What status is a salata?

01:05:04--> 01:05:07

That's nothing if it was John it would have been what?

01:05:08--> 01:05:12

A Salah t. So I don't know what this is.

01:05:13--> 01:05:18

But it's not Modafinil Buffy. They got it. It didn't fit

01:05:22--> 01:05:26

for by your standards so far yeah, try this one.

01:05:28--> 01:05:29

So Laura Coleman

01:05:33--> 01:05:36

so Dora is light. No, I'll come in.

01:05:38--> 01:05:42

Does this work with awful Dauphine? Tell me the four. Okay.

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Let's go through that, again. You know, this exercise reviews everything we did so far. All in one go, you know that. We had all this information. And now we're using it all at once. That's the difference between information and knowledge, three days of information. And now we're turning it into what? Knowledge we're applying all of it at one shot. So do recommend. I will just tell you, you already know what calm means. Yes. So do means chests. That's all I will tell you. So dual means chess. I want four properties of SIdora. For properties

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nasally. I agree it's nothing.

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Plural. Very good. Plural. Very good. Very good. Plural. Plural. Yep. Plural. Definitely plural. Yep.

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Yeah, so proud of you right now.

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Pretty sure am i

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What is it

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it's just throw.

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In English it's plural. How many kinds of plurals are there in Arabic.

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Before we move on, we must say which of the five is it una Inner Inner plural. No. Is it our tone attend? Attend plural? No. Is it NASSCOM and current plural?

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Remi? sudoers. Nas calm and Karim? No. Is it human? No. monkeys have just two.

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Is this a non human broken plural? And when the Arabs come across a non human broken plural

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What am I going to write for number one, what am I going to write for gender? Feminists then what am I gonna write for type?

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Common white.

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mold off is common If

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mold off LA is common. mold off will never tell you the final answer. The final answer proper common has to come from Mala filet. This was tricky. But man is this process helping you put everything together. All the pieces have to come together now. Okay, so let's try another one.

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And fill those new zoulah

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Alpha those

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what about what about it?

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Good can't be able to off if it's an okay Gemma. I'm Alan. This is a good one. This is easy. Right away? Yes. Yes, yes. Why not? Gemma is light. No one if lamb

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Marlin is not a MOBA fillet because Marlin is what status good. I don't know what this is.

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But it's not Buddhafield filet. I know what it's not

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what your full boil balm is skini balmy and Miss skini

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have different votes

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is it like

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does it have

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is the next word job?

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It is any? Yep, that's awful.

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Learn Nafi then the hero.

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Why not?

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This is number 66 For those of you that are lost this number 66. Why is this not?

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The alleged MODAF les is rougher form. Nope. No, no no. Jana to add the nene.

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Is it

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This one's light doesn't have oil and the next word is clearly Jada yes or no lawful Boffi de

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skip this one.

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Okay, let's try this one.

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I'll tell you something about I'll tell you something about a Latina

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Latina is non flexible. What does that mean that it's non flexible

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the rough version of a Latina is a Latina, the Nossal version of it is and Athena the jar version is also a Latina okay, it doesn't

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look like it could be a month off

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why

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could Alladhina be jobs?

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Because it could be any of the three but if it could be then it is and therefore this is in fact a month off and a mafia day

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Yes

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Don't worry about it yet after the after maghrib that that question after I will not forget I'm with you on this get it okay selasa meter tin

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why

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like no oil followed by light No one followed by gel light no oil followed by gel light no oil followed by could be Giada all good yes

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no it mostly has of in between but I'll explain soon. Why Allah He

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yes or no?

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How you know

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how much time do we have before Mahara?

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Five minutes time to fry your brain so you think about this during Salah

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finish it for me Hua

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Houma

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hiya Houma panna

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and

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and toma and

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auntie and tama and Dona Ana national part of the Arabic requirements for my program is you have to learn to type like that.

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No, I'm kidding. I'm kidding.

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Okay, who else? Oh my home. I mean, let me let me put it in the center.

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Once again, let's go through what it means. What is who I mean. He Homer Homer Hama home? They here

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she Huma

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they both female very good translation. I'm going to use that in my translation of the Quran. They both female standard that one Hoonah

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they she good?

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Until

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YouTube, Facebook. And don't

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y'all come on we're in Texas we can do is y'all look at y'all

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you know if we were in Boston you could have said use or Pittsburgh use but here we can say y'all. Okay, I think South Africans use us I think okay. And he

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is not she HE IS SHE and he is the Japanese version of here which is up comes with sushi and Toma.

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You both cheese.

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This really sounds normal given the circumstances in this country.

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You'd say that to one person.

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And to know

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y'all ladies,

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keep it y'all ladies.

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Anna?

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No. Okay, listen carefully, once again from memory. Who are Homer home? Here Houma. Hoonah Anta and toma and Tom aunty and toma and tuna, Anna nationale. I'm going to introduce you to cousins before Maghrib each one of them has a cousin. Each one of them has a word cousin who are has two cousins who are he don't write this down in your head, who has what two cousins who and he who and he are the cousins of? Hua Homas cousin is identical Homas cousin is also Hama

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Weller, who has cousins what are the two cousins of Hua, who and he and what who's homeless cousin, whose cousin is also

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Home

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homes cousin is also home. I will say the original you told me the cousins who are

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who are here Houma

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home. He has cousin is Ha he has cousin his wife. Ha Okay, let's start over. who are

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who are he Houma home here

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Ha he has cousin is

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hummus cousin is also Homer and who knows cousin is Hoonah who knows cousin is also gonna Okay let's start over. Hua

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who he Hama home here coma for now

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now and into my into NT Intermat and tonna they were from a very tight knit family and they all named their cousins the same way. So if you end if if the if the first word ended with ta the cousins cousins name became ka if the if the first name and with to MA The cousin became Kuma and if the word ended with Tom, the cousin became calm, and if the word ended with T the cousin became key and if the word ended with Toma, the cousin became Kuma and if the word ended with tuna the cousin became okay so the cousin of Anta is CA Anta, CA and tuna

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coma and Tom come and T Ki and Tama coma and tonna let's start over Hua

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who are he? Homer?

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Homer here, Homer. Hana and

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QA and toma coma if you forget what do you use to remember with these and third cousins just how it ends right it ends with tomorrow so make it what coma okay so Anta once again Anta ca and tumor, Kuma and Tom calm and T Ki and toma coma and tuna Karuna. Anna has two cousins ni and e ni e who are the cousins of Anna Anna. If I say I know what do you say? Ni e ni E and Nana has one cousin nah knows what cousin. Let's do that all together. I need you to memorize who are home our home here home Ohana Anton Tamara Anton Auntie Auntie man Dona Ana national then I need you to know who are becomes what cousins cousins who he Hama Hama home home here ha Hama for Na Hoona Anta Ka and Tama

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coma and Tom come and T Ki and toma Cova and tuna Kona Anna

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ni II. Remember what ni e ni e nano na. Now do the crafters Allahu he Hama Hama Honda Honda. Okay BarakAllahu li Walakum symbolical?

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say to each other on the way, come on, repeat it