Dream Big – Arabic Intensive – Day 5

Nouman Ali Khan

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We're good to go.

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Two minutes

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you guys doing okay

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well, the roller coaster

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it's good

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we're live. This will also lead to Salam o Allah rasool Allah Allah He was happy his main Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Okay, so I want to share a couple of things with you that will help you about, think about your future. In Arabic studies. This course, it feels like being hit by a truck. Okay? And it's supposed to, I want you to feel overwhelmed and hit really hard. Because the foundation comes in layers. So you're being exposed to these ideas. That doesn't mean by the end of 10 days, you will master these ideas, right? But here's the magic, when these 10 days are done, because you had such a short amount of time to consume this information, right? And you actually are

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keeping up even if you're not 100%, you're actually keeping up you're able to answer things, you can't remember everything. But you can be reminded, you can say, oh, yeah, I get that, right. So the lack of confidence comes from, I don't remember 100%, which makes you start doubting yourself. But actually, that not remembering 100% is normal.

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The more important thing is, Are you understanding what we're covering, and I feel like from the way I'm gauging your answers and your engagement, you're getting it as we go. Now what happens is, when this class is over, your first assignment is actually going to be to watch the entire course, over again, in 10 days, again, not over the course of a month or two months, in 10 days, again, however, when you watch this course, a second time in 10 days, it is going to not feel like you're getting hit by a truck, it's going to feel like you're getting hit by a tennis ball, the intensity is going to drop dramatically. And you're going to start noticing many parts of this are way easier the

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second time around. And then some parts of it are still a little bit hard, but not as hard as the first time. Right? And you'll be able to identify exactly where your trouble spot is. There are 1000s of you, between you guys and the people that are learning online, you have different trouble spots, you don't all have the same trouble spots. When you go through this a second time after this is over, you're going to be able to identify your troubled spots and that's what you will focus in on that's what you'll zoom in on. That's what you will ask questions about. Okay, so and inshallah you'll have support from our end. So you will I'll provide you an email address where you can

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continue to ask questions, and a platform where you can continue to ask questions and get answers to your questions. Okay. But I want you to even from Now early on, even though that's a later stage from now, I want you to know something about helping

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Our team and myself to be able to answer your questions better. If you say we'll start in lecture one, at 35 minutes, you said something, can you explain it again, then you're giving your teacher a homework assignment to go open the video and go to that, and then you're making them do the work. The teacher's job is not to do the work for you, the teacher's job is to answer your question. So you need to make the question as accessible as possible and say, here's a picture of something I don't understand. Or here's the concept, I don't understand, or am I understanding this correctly? You see what I'm saying? So the way you should learn to frame your question in a way that makes it

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easier for your teachers to get you the answers you need. Exactly. But the more the more you say, Well, you know, I don't understand gender, can you explain it to me, you're not going to get support. You can't get support for that. Because that you you're saying repeat the class over again. But you say within gender, you said this, and this is the one thing I'm having trouble with. And my advice to you as a student also is when you start getting specific, is when you start learning really well. So what that means is, okay, you talked about the concept of gender, here are three words. And I tried to apply what I learned. Here's the answer I came up with here was my process. Am

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I wrong in this? And then the teacher can say, You were you were right here, here, here, here, you made this mistake, fix this, you see what I'm saying? So that way, your teachers, and the TAs can diagnose exactly what the problem is. But if you say we'll start, there's so much information, what should I do?

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See a therapist? I don't know. I can't help but that question, or a very common question. As a start, there's so much information. How are we supposed to remember all this information? How are we supposed to, you know, retain all this information? Very common question. I'll tell you the answer. This was developed. This is actually a secret. It was developed by the ancient Aztecs, and after that the Mayans used to use the secret in the rituals. And somehow I, you know, through some archaeological digs I did in Mexico, I discovered some ancient parchments that have this secret. It's called being a student and doing your review.

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How do you retain input? Do you have you ever asked that question to your math teacher? Or your science teacher? Or your English teacher? Are your history teacher? How do you retain information? Do you not know how to retain information? You've never retained information in your life? What happens when you get hit with a lot of information? What do you do? Review? Because you're part of an ancient cult called students that have been doing reviews since the dawn of humanity. So those kinds of questions. These are the kinds of grandmother responses you're gonna get. Okay? Because how do i mode? And if you say, how do I motivate myself? My recommendation is personal slaps in the

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mirror. That's my recommend, if you want how do I motivate myself? You want me to help you motivate yourself?

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No, no, but the harder you slept, the more motivated you will feel

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to floss as recommended.

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Those are the kinds of answers you're gonna get. So Arabic questions, ask specific, somebody asked a question about hola ICA, and they couldn't understand how the gender words works on that word. So I'm going to review a little bit about gender with you guys, because that seems to be a little bit fuzzy. Still. That's an outstanding issue. We went through it rather quickly. But I want to get down to the most practical everyday when you're reading Quran, how are you going to get the gender quickly? Right. So let me let me work through that with you from another angle. You've already had the class on gender, where we don't talk about masculine we only talk about feminine and within

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feminine, we don't need to worry about nobody's going to ask me a question is Medea masculine or feminine? If you do you have a problem? Right? So that's, that's not a grammar problem. That's common sense. And I expect that from the OMA even though that's a lot to expect sometimes, okay. Now, there's something called fake, feminine, right? And you don't have to memorize all of the categories yet not a big deal. Just know that certain words

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are feminine, because what? The Arab set so it is what it is. Thank you. Thank you.

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Because the Arab said so, and that's in these new and improved notes is page 13. I actually went off on a slideshow what I said, I told I told everybody page 12 And you guys put it on page 13. I've been saying page 12 for 20 years, because it was page 12. And you guys edited the document and made a page 13 And my world was shattered. So now I have to write the word 13 here, but yes, it's the Arab settle and paste there. That's just feminine. Those are just a handful of words right? Now, other than that, what you're looking for 99% of the time, it's this guy

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is this guy, this guy makes a word feminine. That's what happens. Okay. And then some

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times you see this this guy, this is not a year. That's not a year, a year has dots on the bottom in Arabic. Okay in Farsi and in Urdu, the year doesn't have to have dots on the bottom, and it's considered a year. This is not considered a year in Arabic. That's considered an Elif Lok surah. Say that for me, I left MK surah. It's actually in my script, I have a little bit of trouble but it's, there's a dagger on top of it floating an elephant floating on top of it, I want you to imagine Okay, so nobody reads this as musi everybody reads this as what Musa Musa right. So that's an Elif knock surah. This one can be feminine. This one can be feminine, but only if the word doesn't

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already have a real gender.

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So Musa doesn't already have a real gender, so then that doesn't matter.

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And even the first one even though this is not going to happen in the Quran, really? If I say tal Ha,

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does it have around at the end? Yeah, but Allah is a man's name or a woman's name. So it already has a gender. You give fake feminine to words, if they don't already have a gender? If they don't if they already have it, and you don't need to do that. Okay. There was one more letter. So there was the there was this guy, there was this guy. And there's this combination at the end. It's called an Elif mum Duda Elif widow Oh,

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bird. Thank you.

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That's my lunch. I didn't have lunch. No, no.

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It's some it's a deal I'm working on. Don't worry about it. Okay. Okay.

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So, the elephant won't do that. I didn't tell you much about it. I'll just share just brief information. It's not every time you see it, it's feminine. It's actually in two cases. This this this one is in two cases, for colors, or sicknesses.

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So if the word is a word for color, or if the word is a word for a sickness than that ending, it's kind of pulled off to the corner. That ending actually means it's feminine. So for example, in certain Bacara Allah talked about a yellow cow Do you know that? Allah talked about a yellow cow and a cow was masculine or feminine? So you notice it says Sephora, oh, Boca Raton, Sephora. Who could forget Oh, no, no ha, so yellow cow. And how do we know the word yellow is feminine? Because it has that stretched out. Okay. Now, another word in Arabic. For example. This is this is not grammar you need to notice as FYI, side information, right? Is For example, the Arabic word for red is

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a color means red. But if something is feminine and red, they say hum raw Oh. Hum. Raw.

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If it's, you know, have you ever heard a sweat? A sweat? What's us word? Black. But if something feminine is blackness, a soda or

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soda or if something masculine is black, it's us word. If something feminine is black, it is soda. If something masculine is green, it's adorable.

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But if something feminine is green, it's her bra. Oh, Cobra. Oh, similarly, if something masculine is yellow, it's as far as far but if something feminine is yellow, like a cow, it becomes Sephora. Oh, or a beard. A beard means white. A belt means white and something feminine. That's white is by law. By law. Oh, so that's why I mean, that stretched out. Olive is for colors, colors that are feminine. Or describing something that's feminine. Another I told you sicknesses, right? So you have the word have become a become an Arabic means a mute person. A person who can't speak, doesn't have the ability to speak that's a man or a boy who cannot speak he's called what a become. A woman who

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cannot speak is called a buck now Oh.

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Back. They flipped it. And they put up with the end right back man. Oh, then you have a son.

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You may have heard someone Bookman early on before, right? That's it's similar. That's a that's a plural for this. The plural of a thumb is someone. The plural of apcom is Bookman. The plural of Arma is immune. Those are plurals. Okay. Anyway, a thumb means someone who cannot hear. A deaf person is called a son. A woman who cannot hear is called Soma Oh.

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Sama.

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So that's the male versus female now right, isn't it? That's why I said that stretched olive can be a sign of what feminine

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Um Outteridge out or just someone who has a, you know, like a defect in their leg, or they have a limp in their walk this outage and someone guess what a female that has a limb. Good. Yeah, you guys you guys getting it out of jar? Oh, that's our job or woman that has that is our job. Okay Arma

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is a blind person. And um, yeah, who

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is a female who's blind? I'm yeah, oh, let's solid Allah says Anja our whole arm was that a man or a woman that came that's blind. If it said and Jah who I am yeah, oh, that would have been what? A female that was blind. So these letter endings Actually, the thing I want you to remember practically when you're studying Quran, you're not going to come across this a lot of times, this is interesting information. But practically this is going to happen. Maybe even not even 1% of the time. What are you going to run into most of the time, but two things, one, you're going to run into this guy. And two, you're going to run into broken plurals. That's what's going to happen most of

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the time.

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So how do you tell if something is feminine? Or where does the feminine discussion become relevant? Most of the time, these two issues. So if you're good with these two, and the second one isn't even an issue for you yet, because without vocabulary, you can't tell?

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You can't tell. So that will be case by case. Okay? And that's it, that's all you need. If you don't find these two, you can make a decent educated guess that the word is probably masculine.

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The you can mean maybe you'll get it wrong some of the time, but most of the time, you'll be right. And that's okay, right now, you don't have to be right 100% of the time, you want to get practical kind of running with it. And then as you run into more complicated issues, we'll deal with that when the time comes. Okay. So that's a little bit about gender. We finished the semester day before yesterday on the frag the four properties of innocence. And then I started a new semester, and I gave it a name. Do you remember what the name is? It's called Five fragments and fragment number one is the

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ibaf which is made up of two parts mold off, which is light.

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No.

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And the MODAF la

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which is what?

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Mobile la which is Java, and they have to be the few things you know, as they have to be next to each other. Right? They both have to be isms. They both have to be isms, right? And what do you mostly get into meaning between them? Of and the only additional thing you learned is

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pronouns at the end of an ism are always what I feel they're always Mission Impossible. Okay, am I

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that's, that's what you basically got out of that discussion. That's your first fragment, very common fragment in the Quran. Very, very common fragment in the Quran. Multiple multiple offers are in the Fatiha. In fact surah is that you know, like, who be what are our bananas?

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If you pay attention to Robin NASCI

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or a bee is light, yes. Doesn't have aisle looks like wood off the word a naseous job. So the master of the people, the master of all people, and then it says the IRS says Malik Mullikin NASCI

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doesn't

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notice Malik is also light, no URL, and NAS followed by this following job. Buddhafield Ophelia again, what's the next part of it? What's the next saya

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Illa Hennessy. Do you see the same formula? Hold off hold awfully light. No. Oh, followed by John. Same thing happened again. What about men Shirley? Shirley? l was was he?

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Shall we Elvis? wasI does that look like Apple doc McLaughlin. Shari looks like it's light doesn't have I'll Elvis was he is gr again Amada. La fille de Allah the US we Sufi.

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So do the

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UN NASCI does that look like I'm pulled off hold off in a

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light no followed by Joe. This is a very, very common structure that you find throughout the Quran. Okay. olam Torah que Farfalla Buka b b What

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is hobby? Al feely? What do you think?

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Do you see it with awful dauphinee? Yeah.

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daarmee and Bihar gelatin Mensa jail for gyla home costume I could no no no more. Okay, now

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I made you memorize. So that's our first fragment called a Lofa.

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Our second fragment is called jar.

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Mujuru.

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Jar. Module. That's the name. Let me tell you what jar means. Jar is the term they use for the half of jar. Someone who justifies is called a jar.

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Some whomever someone who memorizes is called a half of someone who does hygiene is called the Hodge. Someone who jars is called a jar. So the half of jars are all jar because what do they do?

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The Java fi, and someone who gets jellified is called a module.

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The one who gets jars generalized is called modules. So the bar Do you know this but do you know these bar Okay, do you know these but calf love? Wow. Mean fee and Allah? Allah, right. These are your jar? These are your word. Jar. We got two names for them. You can call them half of John. You can also call them jar, their victim, the guy they make into jar that's called the what? Module? They are the jar. That's the module. Jar module. You got it? Yes. Question?

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Yeah, jar is? Yes. Very good question. So what's the difference between Java and Java? Right. So jar, is this the state?

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The state there's a state of Georgia, there's a state of nestled and there's a state of refer that that's the state jar is the one that creates that state.

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The one that causes that state. Okay, so jar is the

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the one who creates that state. So these have create that state after them, don't they? So that's why they're not called job. They're called job. They create the state of job. Create that states. No, no state.

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Okay.

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So

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let's do once again, we'll do B or A, B. And Nancy.

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Do you see a jar?

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Where's the jar? The B that's hot jar. That's a jar to names for it hot jar or jar. Then what's the module?

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Rob? Rob B because it became module and its jar. When something becomes jar. It's called module. Okay. Okay, then the ropey is walled off

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and a nasty is. So you've got a jar module. And you've got a Buddhafield awfully all quickly. All together, don't you? Two things working with each other. Watch this one. Mean, Shari. l was wha see. Yeah. Is mean a jar.

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Every time I asked you say yes it is and let me prove it. Bartok Athlon Wow.

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Min is a jar. Cherie would be the module then Sheree is the MODAF Anil was Was he is fulfill your question

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again

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Yes.

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Has to be an awesome very good question. Does a jar meaning or half of Jar needed is some right after it? Absolutely. Every one of them wants a what? And isn't. Bow wants anism Dhawan sadism gaff wants and they want an ism? Yes.

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If it's not innocent, then it's not it's not a job. It must be something else you got confused. You know, sometimes you're like, oh my god, it's you. And you tap their shoulder look, someone else look sorry. Sorry, Hula, hula Cha. You look like them though. You look like them.

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It doesn't always have to be continued with McLaughlin. A good question. Let's try this. What if I say ooo bIllahi

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min ash shaytani. Wiener shaytani.

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We say this all the time, don't we?

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Do you see a jar module here? Where's the job?

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The BA? What's the module?

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No, not Allah. The word Allah, the word Allah. And then is there another jar?

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where's the where's the other jar? Men and what's the other module?

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I shaytani is done.

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Next word de Madrid. Is that also a mold off this time? No, it doesn't have to be. That's a separate problem. That's it. You know how in math sometimes you have a, an equation or a problem that has multiplication and addition. And sometimes it's just multiplication and sometimes it's just addition. It's like that sometimes it's just geometry rule and that said life is easy, sometimes is jaramogi rule, followed by Mustafa filet followed by something else that can stringing string extremely extremely. Let me show you a really cool string of words in the Quran. Vic Kuru

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Raha T. or A B? Ca?

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Okay, this isn't the beginning of salute Maria look at the crew. And tell me if that looks like I'm off.

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Proof What's the proof? Light? No, I'll good. Does Rama T qualify as normal? dauphinee. How? Because the E tells you in Rama t that it's shown. Okay. Does the remedy itself look like a mold off? Yeah, because it's also light. No.

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Does the word rub be after that look like a move off in A or B?

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That's

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not B and you're not sure? Robbie? If it was Rafa, what would it be?

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If it was not, what would it be? Or Abba? If it's your what would it be? Looks like it's some old awfully Okay. B itself is light and no Island yes or no?

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Is QA after that? What kind of word is QA?

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Okay, if it's an attached pronoun, we had some questions yesterday, we use that process. So when you see an attached pronoun, you got to tell me where did you come from ca and what does that mean? You so and the attached version can only be what status what did we say? It could be numbered out but if it has a MODAF it has to be the MODAF in a pronoun at the end of it is some is a modal filet. So that means the crew is MODAF and Rama T is what I filet Rama T is MODAF and Robbie is muda filet and Robbie is also killed off and then Ka is muda filet. Here's the snickers question

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sorry internet you can eat spiritually.

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Huh? I know somebody came asked me for the Snickers. I owe them they'll come back. Yes. This is yesterday. I had I brought extra. Here you go, sir. Congratulations. Okay. Good job. Okay. Here's another Snickers

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I want to know the four properties of the crew

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for and I don't just want the answer. I want an explanation for properties of the crew with the next What's your name? salad? Salad can somebody gives out the mic?

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Where's my tennis? AIDS? Salad come on the crew.

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Salad, raise your hands out. There you go.

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Yes, the status of the crew is Rafa. Why?

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Because it is the sound Oh.

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Okay. And the

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number is one because from the table, it comes from the first

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good enough.

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The gender is masculine because it comes from the masculine table, the lighter version.

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And it also has that's not a good answer. That's not a good gender is not a good answer. I need a better answer for gender. It does not also have a thermal buta no sign of femininity. That's better. It's no sign of feminine, good.

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The type

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is remember it doesn't have oil, so it's probably common common. Yeah. Yeah, I'm gonna eat that myself. Just make salad. Thank you. So next, anybody else? I just want type now sod yours.

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I'll come to your question. Let me it was my time to ask questions. Yes, young lady under the camera. Come on.

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Refill the mic. What's your name? Hafsa. Hassan, how old are you better? 1010. Let's do this. Is the crew proper or Common? Common? Good. Next person.

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Alia is itching. He knows something. He knows. So that's why I'm not going to pick him because it's hurting him so much to not be able to say it. Honestly, I'll say lady side. Okay. Well, we're gonna call it out. What's the point of raising your hand if you didn't call it out?

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I don't care about your question right now.

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because I'm the one asking you the question right now so I'm sure you have a question but it is

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not important right now. My question is important right now yes right under the camera go nine go

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what you got

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no aim

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the crew is MODAF because it's like a no All right rahmati is MODAF fillet because it jar it's also MODAF because like and no I'll

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Robbie rugby is that was awfully late for that because gr rugby is also the

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MODAF because like no I'll and get is just so that's the MODAF la good and because guess is proper Wiseguy proper because all pronouns are proper. Oh, so

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rubbish proper because of God abuse proper Sure. So because the rugby rod Matisse popper and because of remedy the cruise proper

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that's an explanation. That's a future teacher, right this. Here's the Command Line command. No, no, no, no, I have I'm doing this cardio for a reason. Okay. Okay.

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All right.

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You see what happened there? Sorry. Are you sad about it? Are you sad about it? See what I did? Okay. Okay.

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No, actually, my real question was about type because I explained everything else anyway.

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And we must have a Snickers You remind me of a family I met in Portugal. I would look for a halaal place to eat in Portugal. I was there for a week. And I found a spot and went there. As a Pakistani restaurant. I sat there and eat and it was this other family sitting there. And I'm just they're talking to each other. I don't know what language it was was one of the one of the South Asian languages I think it was reached out to some something whatever. So they're sitting and talking. They finish their food. They get the bill and the old lady goes I only had half the sprite. I will be half

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that's awesome. You remind me of that lady. Okay.

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Okay, so our first fragment once again was Ivanova, our second fragment is

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jar mature.

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Jar mature all over the Quran all over the Quran. In Al hamdu lillahi lillahi is ajar? mudgeeraba Taka LOM in Bismillahi bismi is a jar module.

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Just a couple of quick additions to John module. Some of the words in John module and what are

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some of them and with like Allah

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and Isla, for example, Allah and Allah. Sometimes when you use Allah and Isla

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they sound like Isla de and LA.

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They don't sound like Allah and Isla what do they sound like? La and lie but they're still alive in a law. You learned your pronouns? Yes. Okay, if I say, men, let me use two of them. I'll use men. And I'll use ILA okay? If I say men who

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do you think that's a jar module?

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If I just said men who is it made up of two parts? One of them is a half of jar that would be the job what's the whole part?

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Attached original

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attachment can only be no software jar if it's only possible jar which one is it right now? How do you know it's definitely Java cannot be nosode because it's beat up via

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okay min means from min means what? What does mean who mean?

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Okay, what does mean Hammami?

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Who are home alright, main home what does it mean home? I mean?

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What does mean home mean?

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from them? What is mean? Ha mean?

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Because he becomes ha What does mean? Hoonah mean?

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from them? Who can tell me? How do you say from you to one guy from you?

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Men. Minka. Minka. How do you say from both of you? Men, comma. How do you see from all of you and don't becomes grown? So us men. Come. How do you say to one girl from you?

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Monkey

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How do you say from all of you ladies?

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Men, kona men. conda. How do you say from me?

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Minnie? Minnie.

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Minnie. Okay, Minnie Mouse. How do you say from us?

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Mina from us Mina. Okay, Allah says for example, or mutton Mina

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that's all it says. What is What does he mean by Ramadan? Mina, Rama

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from us, from us Mina. Okay. All right, let's try ILA. What is what admin mean? From Illa means to you that means what? To okay? What if I said,

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li, la? Remember when you attach it it becomes la sometimes, okay. So Eli, he, what do you think it means?

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Ah, la, he to in LA he were in NA.

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Na he wrote your own. We belong to Allah. And to him. We return to Him. La he Rajon to both of them,

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la la Hema to all of them.

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La him to her.

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La Ha, if you're not getting what I'm doing, I'm using Page 18.

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I'm using the half of jar with page 18. The attached versions is all I'm playing with. I'm just I just keep attaching them to 100 jars. That's all I'm doing. Eliza? How do I say to both of those women?

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To both of those women in a Hema or Houma is okay in some karate, and then la henna. Inna. Okay, how do I say to you?

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Elijah? How do I say to both of you?

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in a coma? How do I say to all of you? Like, how do I say to you one lady

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Leakey and the key How do you say to all you ladies

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in a good Na, la? There's no kinah

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they don't have to worry. Just gonna. How do I say to me? This is tricky because it already has a year and then you want to add another year. So what the Arabs came up with this this in a year?

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They fused them together. And they made it say y la ilaha means what?

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To me Illya to me. How do I say to us?

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Elena? Elena? Let's try a couple more. Be means with how do I say with him?

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b How do I say with both of them?

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B Heba How do I say with them? B him How do I say with her?

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B ha. How do I say with both of those ladies? Be him Ah, how do I say with them ladies?

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Be him now. How do I say with you?

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Bigger

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be with both of you. Be Kuba with all of you. Become with you one lady. Piggy with both of you ladies.

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Be Kuma with all of you ladies. Be Kunta

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How do I say with me?

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Come on, come on. Sweet as honey.

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Bee. Okay, good bee. And how do you say with us?

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Bina

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Bina. Okay. Okay, one last one. Allah. Allah means so what did what did? Min mean? Do you remember? Min Min from element two and B min means with hola means on. i That means what? On okay, how do I say on him?

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Ali? He Ali. Ali, he? So you remember who he becomes? Who are he? Do you remember that? You notice I'm not saying I know you who I'm saying Ali? He? Here's a simple thing. They came up with this at a barbecue many 1000s of years ago and he makes you smile doesn't it Ali? And if you're smiling then use the smiley version he because if you say who that's a bad mood, so they have to have a mood swing or they who too much work. So what do you do I lay here even though there are a lot of the Quran or some tribes used to read the ILA who so there are you might hear an imam recite right in Malibu be Allah you home in some kind of art. That's it. Let's accept it, but in the in the half

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century.

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In the Qureshi dialect generally it's highly him, Addy him or Ali he Okay, so he on him, Allah He on him when we say a prophets name and the prophets name Yaqoob What do we say after that?

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I don't use Salam on him BPCE alayhi salam, if there were two prophets I don't want it to say maybe he's been on both of them what would I say? Allah Hema I think he was salam ala masala if I wanted to talk about a lot of prophets and say Salam on them, what would I say?

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Allah hemos salam ala him a Salam. If I wanted to talk about Miriam and say Salam on her. Either you have salam ala Ha, excellent question

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right?

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We're using him because it sounds nicer with LA. Isla lay him

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hot. Yeah. And we were like, so we used it with B, we use B him because it sounds nicer with B. But when I used men, I didn't say mean him. I said men home. Yeah. And the good thing is you don't have to discover which one to use. The Quran is very well scripted for you. So you know which one and you get used to which ones are used. So it's not a discovery you have to do, right. Anyway. So I was at Ali

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Ali, and I want to say those women may or may peace be on those women.

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Are they Mina a Salam okay.

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You want to say salam to one person may peace be on you?

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i Li got salam alayka but you have no idea what happened to Allah Who will occur to you want to say salaam to two people what do you say a syllable and a coma? Want to say salam to a bunch of people? What do you say? So when I meet you I say a salam Wa alaykum because clearly you have multiple personality disorder, and I want to talk to all of you at the same time.

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Why do we do that?

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Because there's you

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there's angels, then because you're a believer. Allah says you see to Alikum help Allah, Allah says guardian angels on you. So there's the presence of multiple angels, we don't know how many at least two that are assigned, but many more and we acknowledge the presence of all of them and we say a Sidamo la calm which is a pretty cool way of recognizing that this conversation is being recorded.

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Isn't it? Because when it when the cameras on people like differently, don't they? Right, so the moment you say salam Wa alaykum you're like

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and you're like also, a lot of you guys can I better be careful. Yeah.

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Uh huh.

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Okay, the question is at the here to Lillah wa salatu. was Salam wa, Ala. Ca, are you Hanabi salaamu alayka? What does it come in?

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Upon You? So we're doing here at and we say Salam on to the Prophet SAW Salem, as if he were talking to him. But clearly he's not there. So how are we talking? To him? My understanding of the subject is pretty straightforward. It's very easy. doesn't create any controversies. Here's the thing. I have my late grandmother, right. She used to make broadcasts for me. She was really good. She could make 30 broadcasts in 30 seconds, I believe. I just I don't know, I just turn around. And there's like a stack. Because the entire extended family issues to make these branches for them. Okay. She passed away many years ago. And sometimes I'm just driving and I miss who?

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Not the bride has no not the bride has.

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I miss my grandma? What's wrong with you?

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So I'm driving, and just the thought of grandma comes in my head, right? And as I'm driving,

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I just say, am I miss you? I mean, like, I'm in the car by myself, in the car by myself. And I just say what, grandma? I miss you.

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Is my wife going to turn to me and say,

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Do you actually believe she's here? Do you believe in ghosts? Should I believe in ghosts?

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As Yujin what's, what's going on? What should I believe? Is that what I meant?

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When you feel emotionally attached to someone? When you feel love for someone, you can speak to them even when they are not physically there. It's an expression of your intimate closeness and love to them. You don't have to turn this into a theological crisis. It is an expression of your love for your Prophet alayhi salatu salam so you can say what are they? Ka you can totally say that it's completely fine. You

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It doesn't have to become oh my god and you just you just have the profit is there and no it's I like it's out of love. Language isn't about science language is not technical language is organic, it lives it has emotion it has spirituality it has. It has meaning more than just science textbooks science textbooks, right material without any human element. It says data. But human beings don't speak in scientific language humans speak human beings speak in living spiritual language. You can say to me, you, you broke my heart. That's scientifically impossible.

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Let's I didn't do that scientifically. But that's a reference to something emotional. Or the old lady says my grandchildren have stolen my heart. Oh,

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they haven't literally stolen her hearts.

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It's a language of emotion. Right? So that exists in all languages and especially, we should be mindful of how the Quran speaks or even in the Sunnah literature, how we speak of these things, and people just try to get too literal and then too crazy with things. So that's just my two cents on it. Anyway, so are they come?

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How do I say on me?

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Good that's why

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was Salam o Allah

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wa salam O Allah is Ali salaam says okay.

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Yama Will it do well Yamamoto or Yama overthrow HYAH Salam o Allah may peace be on me. Okay.

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salam alayka Johan. Allah here what accountable was Sudan more i Li Na. What does that mean?

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Also me peace be upon us. The Peace be upon us i Lena

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where Allah

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Allah Hola, hola, Hertford halfword

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sorry Baidu, Alibaba, or anybody.

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Anybody lahaie Abadi hola what kind of grammar isn't a bad dilla he

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will go off and we'll have a look at that.

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upon us and upon the slaves of Allah upon us and upon the slaves of Allah. Half of John is clear. Hello from John is just one of those, whatever follows becomes Jarrah, the what follows could be a pronoun, if it's a pronoun becomes John, if it's any other reason it becomes well, how do I say

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with Miriam This is a Snickers question

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with Maria

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which one of you had raised your hand before? You had already answered before right?

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Anybody anybody really scared? Yes?

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Moo mommy Moon Man men what you want to do with Maria

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Okay, so be

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murder. Yeah, me.

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What's your name?

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Is Mariam Arab?

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She's an Arab.

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You remember what we said about non Arabs? Take the mic. It's okay. What did we say about non Arabs?

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If you don't remember I'll tell you. We said they are kind of limited. So when we say them in refer, we say oh, when we say them in Nussle, we end with our and when we end them in jar we still end with

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since she's a former foreigner What should I do?

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Yes, I'll still give you a Snickers Oh, good job for bravery.

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Be Maruyama? Everybody clear on this? Okay.

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On

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Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam

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on MaHA has got this. Yes, young man. Tell me your name.

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Rian Rafi to the jab. Rayon raise your hand

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how do you say on Allah Good job. So Allah Muhammadan Good job. It wasn't a Snickers question but it was a really good job

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that hurt a little bit I know.

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I'm not just giving them away like that. It's gonna make it a little painful first, Allah Muhammad. Everybody clear about how John you know I made you memorize 11 of them right? See them for me. So I feel better about myself. I feel like I accomplished something. Ba da cough love Wow. Mean fee and Allah had in a good job. Just one complication that I just want you to be aware of. I'm not going to tell you all of their meanings. You will get them over the tower instead of loading them all at once. I don't

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believe that I don't believe in giving you that list of vocabulary and then you memorize it because you'll forget it as quickly as you memorize it. But as we go and I say hey this means this and then I say it again and then I say it again and then I say it again. It starts what settling in men is from men is from men is from you'll hear it over the course of the next few days. Men will just become from you see it just it's far more natural that way, but I do want you to know one thing how many people here know so little acid?

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So to Lhasa Okay, so how does it begin?

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While Lastly, while asleep so the while means what?

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How far? How far there is another well, you find it in the Quran. Well Allahu Allah ko Lucia in PDF.

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Okay, well, Allah Who

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there's a while that made the next word jar, there's a while that did not make the next word, child. You know what that means? There's different kinds of wow, there's a while that's a member of this group. And there's this is twin, who's not a member of this group. And how can you tell which one's a member and which ones are not a member? The one that is a member will make the next word, John, the one that's not a member doesn't care. You could put just after me nuts after me Rafa after me. I don't care. I don't really do that kind of stuff. I'm just doing neutral while Okay, now the one that's neutral means and

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the one that's neutral means and not a member of this elite group. What's the lead group, the genre, the half jar, not that one, the one other than that, like Wallah, who just means what? And Allah something, something something that just means and this other well, that comes with Joe means I swear by, I swear by it. And if you're forgetting that, just remember your Arab friends who talk to you all the time and say what? Ah, they use this cult member Wallahi Wallah Hebrew ally. Hola. Hola. Hola. Ice cream. Hola. Hola. Hola. Okay,

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so the wow, that makes Jarrah is the WoW have I swear to God or a swear by time? Or I swear what? Dini was a toonie where Shamcey Well, the ha ha. Were Layli even if SHA right Kulla Well, Comrie was super He thus far when Layli either at a bar Okay, so many walls that are in the Quran like a well the idea. De la ha those are all I swear by I swear by I swear by I swear by okay.

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Well Shamsi also Yeah.

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When Najmi either How are ya when Najimy either haha. Okay. What I want you to do to understand this while better how the Quran uses it. Listen to any of my lectures on any of the sutras that begin with a while.

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Right either one Najmi or Latini or will ask three Allah will give you a detailed a detailed lecture on what the wild does what the point of it is. Okay, now you know it's grammar, but I want you to know it's rich meaning you can listen to my lectures on certain answer or certain najem anyone and I've talked about that, because I want those ideas to be reinforced. Okay, so that's a little bit about the While not every time you see wow, you say hydrogel. That was the point I wanted to make. Yeah. Okay.

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Now, I'm going to tell you

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another thing. One was a buff, I'm not going to get tired of writing that tool was what

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jar majeure, which is basically how Jordan is the victim. And they must also be together.

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And this one law firm must also be what?

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Together

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Now we get to number three before our break, which is going to be half

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of NASA

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have NASA and it's isn't

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half of NASA and it isn't in my notes. I call it health of NASA, but it's victim but I'm trying to get you used to more technical language. I'm doing things a little differently this this course.

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How nossob and its victim. Repeat after me in NA and NA and na be Inna. Inna Unaka and Nabil Unoh. Inna a Naka be an inner n ca n b n again in NA Unaka n b Unoh in NA Unaka Anna be an in NA

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in NA and na can be under four of them. Yeah, in na i

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Na Na be an in NA and NA and na b n in NA and NA and na Vienna who would like to give you some dictation tell me on the mic No I'm good somebody there's no Why

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are you taking a break every time stay on standby Come on boy.

00:55:21--> 00:55:25

Somebody sent me a message Why is there no partition between the brothers and the sisters

00:55:29--> 00:55:30

I am the Barossa

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go ahead anybody okay go ahead let's hear it no no wait

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yes

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we will not in the form of a question in the form of an answer NO NO NO

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in NA are now gonna be

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very good in NA Naka Anna be Anna Okay, that was very good. Let's do somebody else. Yes over there. Rafi go What's your name

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Abdullah Abdullah

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Abdullah

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in an Ghana be an Allahu Akbar. Also such authority

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what might you might increase just hearing that

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in

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Ghana be

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such gravitas. Okay, all right. We're not done. This port was easy. What was it? In na, na Cana Vienna. And you thought we were done. Later.

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Luck in NA. Learn that now. We're done. Later, like in La Jolla. Later kinah la la. Later like in la la, later la Cana La La five times later, la Cana la la. Later like in La Jolla. Later la Cana la isla one more later la kinah. The ANA the first four and with an in an arena. The next four start with an L three, three L's later like in

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an easy way to remember four and three Yeah, it's like a phone number. Okay, so let's do this. In na n can be Unoh later like Inner

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Inner n can be Unoh later like in the ANA

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woman Wait Wait my question first in

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I heard in an

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in alila he were in melee here

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later like in Na Na Isla who's got all seven all seven flawless victory. Yes, go ahead. First row. Let's do it.

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In now and now. Gonna be in what?

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Seven? Okay, yeah. Later like in LA. Okay. Very good. Nerves of steel. Very nice. Yesterday, man. What's your name again?

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ion ion

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there's Rayyan and ion. I shall remember now

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in a not get Anna Vienna later like in la la. Wow, I have passed this along. Pass this I need three more people three more. Young at heart not young young at heart. I just don't want to hear from kids in this class. I want to hear if you have some color on your beard

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Lena there's a Lena

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that's a typo. I don't do typos. Books do typos. Yes You look like you're upset so I want to pick you yes you now you're smiling go give it to him

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What's your name sir?

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Mohammed Mohammed the familia Muhammad in Ghana

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be enough later lacking okay when you pause was he doing was fossa to you?

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Because you're in you're like an all of a sudden elinoz Like

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that's why you have two sons with you. Okay, good, good family support. I had students before who would like I knew they weren't paying attention in class and I would pick on them on purpose when I was doing the full time program and

01:00:00--> 01:00:16

that I would pick the student that's struggling. But next to them is a student who knows their answers. And they're trying to give sadaqa right? So you know what they would do? This is the best thing. The student who's trying to answer is like, and the person next to them puts their head down and says

01:00:21--> 01:00:23

like, like I'm not going to notice that they're

01:00:28--> 01:00:29

just

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doing

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anyway, Okay, one more on this side.

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I need are there any grandmother's in the class? Are there any grandmother's in the class Okay? Grandma's Yes. In a Nana can be Anna later Lakin. Very nice mashallah, mashallah, mashallah, and your grandfather's in the class? You are definitely not only a grandfather potential low potential and your grandpa's of the class any grandfather's grandfather's grandfather's Come on. Don't be scared. Okay.

01:01:09--> 01:01:11

Okay fathers I'm going to make it one generation down

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you're laughing a lot I like you I'm gonna take that smile off your face let's go

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briefly over here look at this man's happiness take it away from him

01:01:27--> 01:01:27

yes

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in Na Na Gan manana be an MI and B Anna may or may

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not be in Mar. That's somewhere else. Vienna. Vienna. I forgive later. Line na lacuna line lacuna line. Lag Kyna lacking okay.

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Okay, we got through it we got through it. We threw in a little bit of Myanmar in there but it was still good for good.

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One more lady side come on. Who's got it? Okay, you raise your hand young man so the person next to you.

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You like that? I like that. That's new learn new forms of psychological torture when you're teaching Go ahead.

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In na and na

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Ghana don't look at your two children don't look at your Mom Don't look at her look away look this way lucky. Nah

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whisper whisper C'mon

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La

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la la la la. Okay, good. I'll take it as a family response Okay. In everybody together in and can be an hour later like in La Jolla. What are these guys called?

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How five I'm gonna let you guess what their only job in life is.

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They make the next word. There isn't becomes nothing there isn't becomes nothing there the half of NASA and there is some becomes NASA so if you see in the Quran, you'll find this quite a bit you'll find in Allah Allah Kulish A or D Adil in Hola. Ha. Word hola Rafa would be Allah who Joe would be. Allah He but what did we find with inna in Allah? or Allah will say, in L. P. Na.

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In Tokina? What is this? Elmo? Tokina? Is that an ending sound or a combination? That's a combination, isn't it? Ina? Ina? You learned on day one? That email could be what pneus of or? today? You know for sure. If it's within Nah,

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it's definitely nothing. If it's with fi or men, or B from the heart of John. It's definitely what John if it's after a mobile off.

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Which means it's definitely it's a mobile filet. So it's definitely what so two days three days ago we used to say I don't know it could be NASA then it could be jar but now we have three things that can tell us hey, this these two make a jar. This one makes it NASA breaks the mold off makes a jar. The half of Jar makes a jar and a half of NASA makes it NASA Are you with me. Okay, so this these are the heart of GRE they're very very common in the Quran. They should be on page 28 in your notes or 26 Let's see Let's make sure Yep. 28 Okay, they got that one right okay. The previous page has the health of an acid or hydrogel rather you have

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enough na and na can be Anna. And on the other side you have later that later is mistyped. It says Lena Lena is not a word

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So we got to fix that. That should be written like this I will write it for you I don't know how you're going to write this because I don't trust your Arabic handwriting but

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put something there

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later

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it shouldn't say Lena it should say beta

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later like in these are called a half of what? I'm going to take one of them very common one or two of them I'll use in not which means for sure for sure. And I'll take Lakin now which means however South Asians know both of these words in Nadi everybody knows from the Quran is famous lakyn We are the speakers use lakyn Is the originally taken from the Arabic Lakin We borrowed it they don't take it from us we take it from them that's how that works. Okay, so

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let's do in and let's do it with the pronouns because the pronouns are tougher. What is the original pronoun Hua and then Houma and then home okay, I'm going to use in now with each of them. I'm going to use in now with each of them, but it knows a half of Nussle which means I have to make the pronouns nothing. And if I make them nothing, I can't use the originals. I have to use the attached so how do I use it within the first one in what

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in who? The second one?

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in Houma the third one

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in home. Yeah. In the who mean certainly he in the home I mean certainly. Both of them in the home mean certainly. They okay then there's here, Homer. Hana, isn't it? Let's try with him now. Or we were lucky with the with the inner What do I say?

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In Ha what does that mean?

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Certainly she for sure she Okay. Certainly both of them women

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in nahama and certainly those women

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in one in Hoonah you got it. Okay. The over the next three pronouns who are home our home here 101

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And

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and toma and Tom Okay, so certainly you

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ah in NACA, Allah Quran Alicia in Cadiz?

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Certainly both of you.

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In nakoma, what does that mean? Certainly. Both of you. How do I say all of you for sure all of you.

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In Nicole and Nicole. Cool, huh? Now, let's try NT

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and toma and, and tuna. Okay, what do you what do you guys say? And T

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in key good. And Tama in coma? And all of you ladies, for sure you ladies in ah, what page Am I using all the time for this page 18. And I want page 18 sitting in your head just like six was sitting in your head. So you can pop these out. 618 are like pillars of this building? People saying What else am I going to do? What else am I gonna learn homie, the pillars are weak, you build a tower on top of these buildings it's going to want it's going to crash. Like you should be so good at the pronouns. I'm telling you, there are students that study Arabic for two, three years, their Muslim chart is weak, and their pronouns are weak, and they're still weak in Arabic, they still bust

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up mistakes. And a student that has studied Arabic for three months, but their foundation is strong is superior to a student who's been learning Arabic for two years, and their pronouns and their their status is weak.

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Between half of job half of NASA pronoun and and status. These four are already a huge, you know, huge foundational pillars of the Arabic language. You're good at this, you're good at Arabic, you're bad at this, you're bad at Arabic, hands down, you got to know the meanings of the pronouns, you got to know the status of the pronouns, you got to know how to convert the pronouns to the attached versions. Page. 18 is like a mission in your life. It should live in your head, the status of them, the meanings of them, and the conversions of them attached to independent independent to attached. You got to be able to go back and forth quickly. These words are absolutely fundamental. I cannot

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stress that enough. Let's try. What are the last two pronouns?

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Anna and no. Okay. Certainly I

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there's two in the knee. And they also make it in knee in the knee or in knee for short. Both of them are correct Arabic. Okay, huh?

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Yeah, but they fuse the new

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So it's okay it's mostly job

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that's mostly job but so in the end in the yes

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yeah so in that is the half of docile and the knee is the sum that became nothing. And in knee is like they said there's too many ends here we can just smush them together

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it's still innocent Yeah, it's not Joe. It's not John Okay, so they're both good ways of saying it. Which one do you think sounds more powerful in many or in need?

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Really.

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In Arabic they have a rule when you say when you make more sounds, it carries more meaning

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when you make more sounds that carries more meaning either taka salata akkada ever rule. So which ones is more powerful than

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in many is more powerful sometimes you will find in the Quran in any and other times you'll find in the end by comparison, you can tell Allah is stressing something more here and less there, even though the English translations will say certainly I, but one of them is more emphatic, more powerful than the other. It has more weight yes.

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No lighter heavy has nothing to do with emphasis. It only one context that has to do with more stronger negation, remember, so don't assume light and heavy is about emphasis at all. Remember, I think I said some things have a role to play in a very limited context and you cannot make it broad. That's the warning. Right? So no no.

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No, no.

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In

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now or they say there's too many ends here. In like in our in our culture in NA ATHLEAN aka is actually two words it's inna and na mash together. Okay. How do you know because the Elif is there

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because in NA by itself is written like this isn't it?

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But if you put it together with Na you have to write it as in NA or in both of these are the same meaning but which one is more stressed

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in Nana in Nana is more stressed then in NA Okay.

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Very nice. So what are the health of nurses from memory

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in NA, and na Kana piano later Lakin na, na Allah. Okay, very good.

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Watch this. I will end with this give you a break in little P na

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Mufasa Ikawa NABBA WakaWaka Traba lockouts and the haka what's what am I talking about?

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Sort of the number right in a little bit. Dafina Mufasa. Okay, now watch this. In now is a half of watch.

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What does it want?

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What is its only desire

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to make the next word. So in NA went over to Lee,

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because the next word was what? Lee he said, Hey, and I said hey, I want to be my muscle.

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And Lisa, bro, I'm a house.

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I'm a half on top of that house don't have properties. I can't be nicer because I'm not even a what?

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And isn't so necessary. Okay, okay, sorry, bro. I'm just gonna go have a word with with the team.

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So I'm gonna go talk to him with the pain and ask what the pain if they would like to be what NASA Ben Lee said, Excuse me.

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On behalf of Joe McCain is in a very committed relationship with me already. Because I'm the jar and Alberta clean is my module. Step off in

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what you want me to do? Like I don't know. I can't mess up with Lee. I can't make with takim John because he's already busy. And then came what?

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Maha zone and say Hey, hi. I could be nothing for you. And I was like, Okay, we're gonna be long distance friends. I'll be the inner you will be my SM even though you are one

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long distance away. It's okay.

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What did I tell you about Modafinil? lafaye

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can't be a part. What did I tell you about Jarama drool cannot be a part. What am I about to tell you for inna and it's awesome

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can be far apart okay

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that's okay there can be a part

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in no back here my 1000 down there what's the only reason had to be a part cuz stuff in between wasn't letting them do it wasn't letting them have the effect in that cannot affect Lee. It cannot affect what 13 Because it's already being affected by what Lee but in us still need someone to nullify. So the gospel vacation comes

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later on yes

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the past the first possible word the first possible now sometimes it's right next to it sometimes it's normal situation in the Lucha happens in the Muslim Amina while Muslim it happens but other times in NA is followed by something that it cannot impact and if it's not able to impact it in that has to wait until that's possible okay here's an idea and before I tell you the I'm going to tell you a small side lesson How much time do we have before Mercury

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three minutes okay we should be okay

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man I don't want to type up desire I think somebody's looking for five look at what I am number this is enough you hope that somehow it will last the lovely lady when the horrible Fool Killer the tragedy will barely be my own foreign nurse or Maya Angelou Allahu Muna sama even Martin for whom he loved the random ot hell of a sci fi I mean, Khalida, what was happening was actually when somebody will order it in a comedy arcade 155. Maybe. Can you check you guys check? Or two? What?

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164

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No, that's lame. Ron, you're wrong. That's not a I just have this iconic moment. Okay, cool. 164 You're right.

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What is in

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half of NASA. Have an awesome okay. Here's what happened in I wanted to make the next word job. But the next word is what fee fees I have in I cannot mess with that.

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It wanted to effect Hulk. But listen, I'm already being beat up by what fee? It wanted to go to a Samoa and Khaled Said No, no, no, I'm the Modafinil sama. What is my muda filet and in kept getting rejected and rejected and rejected and rejected and rejected and rejected and rejected and rejected and rejected. And that kept happening and happening and happening until we

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know NASA is something else you don't know yet. You'll learn a few days. And then you get to this word. And this is not half of the IR 10 is not half of y'all. Let me tell you why. Bartok half what did I say? Lamb but that lamb has to have an E.

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That law has to have what? Li Li I attend Al hamdu lillahi ly This is not Lee I attend this is what law I attend. This word is actually Nussle. In this aisle. This word is actually pneus of it, tone.

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thin,

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thin and if you look at the grammar of this idea, why did it become Nussle? Have? You guessed why?

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Because in a different town, there was an inner waiting to normalize

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it now. The ayat and I'm not telling you that this is going to be every case, I just wanted you to appreciate how long a long distance relationship can be in Arabic grammar.

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And here's the really cool part. What did I say in that means?

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Certainly, the word certainly is connected to the ayat here, isn't it grammatically, because the word certainly is affecting IOD. Most translations say this, certainly in the creation of the skies in the earth and the conflict of night and day, and the ships that sail in the sea with which benefit which benefit people and what God sent down from the sky, giving life to the earth after its death. And what he spread out from all kinds of creatures and the passing of winds and the clouds stuck between the sky and the earth. There are signs I out there are signs. But when they said certainly what did they put certainly next to in their translation, certainly in the creation, but

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grammatically certainly is not with the words in the creation, grammatically certainly is with the signs in the creation of the skies in the earth, and the conflict of night and day. There certainly are signs.

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There truly are. The certainty is not what that stuff, the certainty is with the science, the certainty. So sometimes you read translation, and I'm like leet, but enough isn't enough. Some respect, some respect, you got to connect it together. This is why you're going to start feeling a level of dissatisfaction from typical translations. And you're going to start noticing things in grammar that you're not seeing emerge in translation. And that's not to insult the translations, but translations have different priorities. Okay, Arabic students have different set of priorities. And I want you to develop that sense what what's happening in the text Yes.

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Yes, if you have a half of NASA in NACA and Nabil annihilate Allah can Allah Allah I'll say that again and I want to hear you in NA and na gonna be Unoh later luck in Allah. If one of these is there.

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It has to have an essence it there must be an awesome that's an awesome it will never just exist by itself and there's no essence it will be there. Okay, it's never just missing let's go take a break for Salah

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because it's an oh sorry