Nouman Ali Khan – Dream BIG Arabic Intensive – Day 6

Nouman Ali Khan
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "monster" in Arabic language and its various characteristics, emphasizing the importance of personal development and finding common phrases for language learning. They also mention a study on teaching and using language phrases, emphasizing the need for practice and personal development for language skills.
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thoroughly confused everyone. Good. Let's fix things. We always start with a little bit of Arabic therapy

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get things on track again because you got hit pretty hard yesterday. So I'm going to start with the hardest part something called the most hoof and the sofa let's go through that again a little bit. And let me walk you through it and then it'll what you're confused about will settle in. The first thing I want you to know is a mo Su is a noun

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and sofa is the

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adjective right that's the first thing most often is down surface adjective fine. The second thing you should know is most sofas first

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and sofa

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second that's the second thing

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the third thing you should know is there can be there's one Mosel

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but possibly

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multiple what sofa

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sofa is the plural of sofa?

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Okay, there's just one noun multiple ages, like a big white house. long boring class. Okay, something like that. So, that's the third thing you should know.

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Another four properties

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of Mozu

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match for properties of each what? Server? Broken plurals can have

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singular feminine suffer.

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Makes sense because broken plurals they all have she thing. So broken pearls can have singular feminine sofas.

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Comb NAS garden can have what

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plural sofas why are they having plural sofas

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because plural because the Arabs had so

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what about the words that are feminine because the Arab said so what kind of sofa Do you think they will have

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like horror Banagher and those are feminine because the Arabs that's all right. So they're adjectives will be

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feminine also. Okay.

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So, this is kind of an overview. Now you can take a picture. This is an overview of the concept of muscles and server one one actually may be a seventh thing. They can be apart

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something can come in between. So

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yesterday we kind of finished up with off and will awfully

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late no Alif Lam followed by John B of construction. We finished up the half of John, which you've memorized. Have you memorized? I'm not sure I believe you. The calf lamb while men fee and Allah, Allah those are 11 officially in Arabic, there are 17 of them, but I only make you memorize 11 of them because those are the 11 in the Quran. The full list is bad calf Lanois. Buzu Hello, roba Hashem in Adolphe. Allah, Allah. It's longer. But who cares? You guys know 11 Bartok. Laflamme Well, Min fee Han Allah era. Then there were seven half of what? Half of nestled I don't know what they are. Do you in Atlanta gonna be Unoh later la Cana la la. Later lockin Allah Allah, okay. Their

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meanings are mentioned on the pages 26 and 27 with some examples that will come over time. Okay. But what what's their job to make the next word what?

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Nothing, it makes the next word Nelson. And they also don't have to be next to each other. There can be some distance between the ISM the the inner and the ISM of inner okay, yes

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the top half of jobs you'd like an example of the half of job okay, you want fries with that? Some ketchup. Okay. Okay there.

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I'll give you an example of

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how do you say I swear by Allah.

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Yeah, you say Wallahi

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wala Hiya. This is a common way of saying I swear by Allah. Arabs have other ways of saying by Allah, sorry by Allah too. They say Billahi

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they say Billa he also Billa wala and below also, then if it's really serious, really serious.

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Then they say the lie

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They don't say Wallahi they say what? Delay. So the bad TA is I swear by Allah in the most serious tone. It's more much more serious than what Wallahi is way more serious than Wallahi the Arabs used to use wala he very casually

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Wallah he this Wallahi that even now it's not something new it has been going on for 1000s of years. But Allah He was only used in the most serious situations. So it's used a couple of times in the Quran to Allah Hila Acadiana us my Macomb I swear by Allah, I will plan something for your idols. Ibrahim said to his people when they were going and he was planning to destroy the idols, and he was serious and nobody was taking him seriously because he's just a kid. So to show his seriousness, he doesn't say wala he he says what? The lie. Okay, the lie?

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That's not the baraka lie. That's one word about aka. The one word Yeah. Yeah.

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I said that. very deliberately. I said, Oh, nothing current can be plural. Because that's where you are right now.

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Life will get complicated later.

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Right now? I didn't say always right. I say can be.

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There's more horizons to cross.

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You know,

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my favorite heartbreak in Arabic studies. What's the rule from above and will often a

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move off is what?

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Light? No Oh.

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And then one day, you will learn of a special kind of mobile, who has an Isla

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It will happen one day. Now right now, right now life is simple. And with off his light doesn't have

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you know, when you know less

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than things seem absolute.

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And as you get to learn more, you start seeing that things are more complicated than when you first thought. Right. But you're not ready for that in the beginning, like mathematics is easy for a fourth grader. Because the math is absolute. But a mathematician who has been spending 30 years in calculus, he's starting to see things a little differently. By the end of his career as any math is becoming a little more gray physics is becoming gray chemistry is becoming gray. It used to be super simple, straightforward, black and white when he was in 10th. Grade.

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The bachelors program, by the time you were done with your bachelor's program, things were black and white. By the time you get to your master's program, black, white and red, maybe a little bit. By the time you finish your PhD, the whole world becomes gray.

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You start seeing things differently. Arabic studies right now you're starting out. So I try to present things as much black and white as possible, don't I?

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And then as you mature in this knowledge, then I can add a little bit of complication here a little bit of complication there. But there's time for it. This isn't the time for it. Okay.

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If you think this is complicated, you should have seen how other people teach this stuff.

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is fun. It is not. It is not you I prefer a root canal over the way that start Yes, question.

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I have a question regarding the pronoun. Okay, great. 20. PAGE 20. Let's go to it.

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The fifth pronoun, Roger Homer.

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The fifth pronoun on page 20.

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So the status is what I'm confused about. Okay, what do you think? So two comes from Houma. Right? Yeah. And leanings are both male or female. Right? Both of them? Yeah. Both of them. And the status is.

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What are your thoughts?

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Well, let me ask you, is it independent or attached? Okay. Okay. What do you know about attached pronouns?

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That's the answer, but it's Nisan or J. Yes, no. Origin.

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Which one

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for you, NASA

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or jazz.

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Soon you'll know which one okay not yet

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it is not lawful about

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your job because it's somewhat lawful lawful aid is not. Gotcha. Looks like it though looks like it

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that's why I said Not yet.

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Not yet. Okay?

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These looks dangerous.

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So, how many fragments are there?

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They're supposed to be five How many do you know a little bit about?

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Well that was awfully

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Jarmusch rule.

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Hello muscle

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muscles if I before we go on, I want you to know something about pronouns.

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So you can write this on page 18 If you like.

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No, I just want you to know something more about pronouns before we go on.

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Number one, independent ones are always what?

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I'll refer good you already know that. Yeah. Now

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attach to an ism. They are job.

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Why are they job attached to an ism. If you attach a pronoun to an ism,

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it becomes a mala affiliate. That's why it's Jarrah. Right. So I put Mia in parentheses because Mia means what? More thoughtfully

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attached to a half of job.

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They are what do you think,

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Right. Because obviously because they're attached to a hub, okay, then attached to a heart of what? NASUWT Can you finish the sentence? They are what they're not

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how many kinds of words are there in Arabic?

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What are they Assam, Farrell and have so far what did we attach them to? We attach them to an Islam. We attach them to two kinds of have what did we not attach them to?

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We didn't have that because we don't know anything about fairly yet. The world the world of fail will start tomorrow at Epic. It will be epic fail.

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Okay, tomorrow, not today inshallah. Okay, so, but I will tell you something attached to a fatal which we don't know about yet. They are Nussle.

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We'll learn that tomorrow. Not today. Today, you know what we're doing today. We're completing the Assam semester. The first semester was property of the Assam. The second semester, which ends today is the five fragments and the sentence said we were going to do our fifth fragment and we're going to do the sentence. That's our job today. And then as soon as done, we don't have to look back. Only thing left after this is federal year.

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Okay, that's what we're going to do tomorrow. 789 and then 10 We just have a party that's day 10 is just a party. We cry together about what we've been through and how we can recover. Okay, now

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repeat after me.

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Has any

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hola a

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ha ha ha Danny ha hola

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page 30

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Heather Hi Danny. How old are you

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say it again?

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how attorney

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how will it

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what's the same?

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How will I use the same

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haha have any ha Allah He has the he has attorney ha Allah say it again.

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however means this.

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You see how Danny has Annie on it? What do you think it means? Both of these. How old are you? What do you think it means? These just these have he means this but for a for a female? Right? So if there's a Fatima I'm not going to say how that felt him. I'm gonna say what? How he felt him. And if there is a limit, I'm gonna say how the idea right how the end had the

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Okay, what is her Danny? What do you think her tiny means?

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These two ladies, these two ladies and how would I say?

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Them ladies, these ladies, these ladies meaning the word for these men or these women or these men and women is the same word. How would I? Okay?

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Let's repeat them again however have Annie hula you

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had the he had Neha hula he

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had a hernia. He

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had the he had Tony, how old are he?

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You're getting your first exam today?

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Yep, there's also an exam tomorrow. It's an oral exam.

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I'm gonna make you recite in grade you on it.

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But the good news is, I'm going to send you the exam by email. You're gonna have it tonight. You will do it on your own.

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It's an open book exam.

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So but it's not an open family exam. It's also not an open on my exam. It's just an open book exam you're on your own. So you cannot go to your family and say you can't go to your you know your son over here and say you know, Allah says we're Bill valid any Santa's

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your husband can go to the wife of the Gianluca Munna alumnus. Number five, what did you get?

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No, no, everybody's on your own. Figure it out. Okay. The reason I want to give you an exam is not because well, I would like to give you an exam because I'd like to publicly humiliate you. But that's not the real reason. That's just a bonus. The real reason is it exposes the parts of what we've studied, that you're still not clear about.

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So my hope is that you make some mistakes on the test, because those mistakes will highlight what it is that you need clarity on.

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Again, what we've done in our education systems is getting the question wrong is an embarrassment. It's a failure. It's a disaster. How could you get that wrong? Actually getting something wrong is one of the best ways of remembering the right answer forever. The answers you got right? You will forget the answer you got wrong. And then it was corrected. You'll never make that mistake again. You understand that? Right? So actually, it's a really nice way of turning a weakness into a strength that's the purpose of a test. I won't be checking your scores you'll be grading yourself but this is a way for you to assess where you stand and highlight your weaknesses and then okay, you

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know, I got a lot of them will often hold off eight questions wrong. Maybe I need review on Mala Mala filet. I got a lot of the hundreds of Java questions wrong. I think I need to review one 100 from it starts highlighting exactly where your problem is. Oh, why did I think this was masculine? It was supposed to be feminine. Maybe I need to study gender again. Maybe I need a review on broken plurals concepts become your issues become precisely clear to you. Okay, so that's the purpose of the test shall know you'll be receiving an email. Enjoy.

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And again, don't

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don't get somebody else's answers.

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I'll just remind you this I mean, Allah just says it. I'm just saying

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Lada Subhan. Allah you know, you're gonna be matter where you're born and you will be Melania Philo Valletta has been the homie Mufasa minute Adobe. Allahu Madaba. Aleem, don't you dare assume about those who become happy because of what they have done and love to get credit for what they haven't done.

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For Hoonah you know, we have a new model B myeloma Fido. They love to be praised for what they haven't done. Filatov Surbana Humby Mufasa terminal IRB Don't you dare assume these people have escaped punishment at all. Fela Houma la buena Lyndale have painful punishment. I'm just saying it's a really interesting I have the Quran. I think it's a pretty, pretty awesome I learned Brian. Okay?

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See valleca

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There Nika.

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Hola, Iike

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that Lika

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that Nika

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hula Iike

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hula Iike

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Okay, I'll tell you what these guys mean. The first six words begin with ha ha ha Donnie hula II had he had Annie, how old are you right this is a page 30 words. These are all pointers. Pointers, because you and these are pointers when you point at something near you.

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You this, these two, all of these, this feminine these two feminine these, these are pointers that are close that are near. But when you say that Lika that, that's for what? Far. So the second two rows, that Lika means that the Nika means those two hula Iike means those Tilka means that but feminine. Tiny can means what?

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Those two women and hula it means those women far. So the first six are near pointers, basically this and these, this and these are the first two rows and that and those is the bottom two rows you will be yes.

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Human and non human. But the last row, how Ola E and O Lyca? Only for humans. So these I'll put them in black. These words.

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Typically, these words,

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or if you see them is talking about humans.

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Okay, it's not talking about things. By the way. What if you wanted to talk about books, these books? And I'm telling you, you can't use hula A, you can't use it. But I want to say these books which pointer should I use?

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Books plural. Books is plural. Yes. What kind of plural? Is it?

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non human. What a Arabs do with non human broken plurals?

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So, which pointers should they use? Heavy? Heavy. Why? Because books are a non human broken plural. And whenever you see a nonhuman plural you use one singular feminine so you're going to use heavy or Tilka you get it so heavy, he actually means two things. How do he means this? But he could also mean these if it's talking about broken plurals which other word has two meanings? Which other word has two meanings? They'll come into that. But tilde could also mean

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those if it's talking about a broken plural. So Allah says till Caruso Lu, and until Coronavirus, they'll come in. Those messengers are typically a Yama Yama means days days typical a Yamo. What does that mean in the Quran? Those days? Those days, so, two of them I'll highlight them in red have double meanings.

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This one

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and this one.

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Why? Because they could mean that this or that? You can also mean these and those. When are they going to mean these and those when they're pointing at a broken plural? They can mean that. Okay? But the last ones are the ones in black. We only use them for people. Okay.

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So what is how that mean?

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Could this have any?

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Both of these? How would I?

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These heavy

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the feminine this? How tiny.

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Those these two? How will I eat? These feminine valleca?

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That that Nika

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those two? Hula Iike

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those Tilka

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this actually not this. What's the word for this?

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What's the word for this? Because somebody said this. That's the first two rows that's nearby. You gotta go far. This one is that vaniqa are Tanika Sarita Annika

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both of them, Willa Iike.

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Those Those which to have double meanings have the end Tilka what are the two meanings? What are the two meanings of heavy? This or?

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This or these? When is it going to mean these?

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When it's pointing at a broken plural? What about Tilka? What two meanings does it have? That or those? When is it going to mean those?

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When you're talking about human or non it can be human to sometimes okay, it's a broken plural. And it can be those you got it. These six words or these these 12 words. I don't make you memorize this but if you're a good Muslim, you'll do it. That's your decision. how committed you are to Islam. That's not I'm not going to judge. So have you had any hula he had he had any hula Italica hula Calcutta Anika hula it would be nice if you memorized it.

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You know by the end of by the end of this class if you were to know Muslim on Muslim Why am I doing this alone? I feel so lonely right now. Muslim and Muslim and Muslim and Muslim anti Muslim anti Muslim anti Muslim Munna Muslim ina Muslim ina was semitone Muslim at 10 Muslim attain Muslim attack anti Muslim attained he was the Mitanni was Lima tone Muslimah teen was Lima teen and know what the point of all of that is. Right? That's one ba GAF love Wow mean fi on Isla hut Illa in an n b n later, Kin la isla Hua Homer home here Homer Hoonah and entoma Entomb NT and toma and tuna and new now the attached versions who are becomes who were he Homer becomes Homer Hema home becomes home him

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here becomes ha Homa becomes Homer Hema, who now becomes Han hinda Anta becomes car unto ma coma and Tom comb and the key and toma Kuma and tuna Kona Anna knee or E and nano na and the fifth item so far optional right now, however has anyhow hula he has the he has the hula EGA Lika Nicola Erica Tikka Tanika Hola, Erica. Up to you. This is no offense.

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Okay, the first four will follow. This is nothing over here. Okay. There's only if you want to you know higher levels of Jana. Okay. Now.

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What's the difference between this is a book and this book.

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In English, I'm not asking an Arabic question. This is an English question.

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What do you think Ryan?

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This is a book is like pointing out that it's a book and not just a piece of paper. And then this book is pointing out like this exact book. You got way too deep for me, bro.

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It was way simpler than that.

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You're saying this is a book is a full stop kicking people stuff? No, I am. You okay? Okay. Okay. This is a book is a full sentence. And this book is

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more than a word but less than a sentence. What do we call that? It's a fragment, or it's a fragment. So this is a book is a sentence and this book is a fragment. What I'm trying to get at is pointers. The ones I just recited to you but you haven't memorized yet, are called have had. And he had, he had the he had Tony Hawk, hula, e valleca, vaniqa, hula, Iike, teleca, Tanika, hula Iike. Those are all pointers, right? You can use them in two ways. You can use them to make a sentence. And you can also use them to make a fragment. So I just want to show you that because we're learning five fragments. So I'm really more interested in the fragment first. RNA. I know it's painful, I

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However, what does it mean?

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Okay, watch this.

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How much do you do? Say for me?

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Means this machine.

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How much do you do means this machine? Okay. This is a sentence or a fragment.

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There's a fragment. There is no is here. You know why? Here's the rule. Again, you're not writing this down, you're listening. First, you have a pointer.

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If you see an aisle, right after the pointer,

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the aisle right after the pointer kills the is

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the URL right after the pointer kills who you can't have is now. Okay. So if I have a URL, is there an URL right after the pointer? Yeah. So that's a way of saying, I'm not going to happen is here. So what does it become? This machine now? If I say, had the machine done? Is there an L right after? No, if there's no L right after? Then there's an is

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if there's an l get rid of the is, if there's no Island then you can put the is. So how do I translate the bottom one?

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This is a masjid

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This is a machine. What's the only difference?

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It'll get solved in the next 15 minutes. I know. I know. I know the local kid. I know. I know where you go. I know. How do you say this is the Masjid? I know. It's on your face. I saw the words over here. It's hot.

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I gotcha. Gotcha.

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Yeah. This is always like this that I say it's always like this. It's always like this for the next five minutes

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we need so much certainty you know? It's just life is linked like that. Okay, how about this? Heather?

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Kitab Hola. Hey, Heather. Get Arbalet

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is this this book of Allah to options, this book of Allah? Or this is the book of Allah.

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But but it's proper Kitab Allah is proper, isn't it? But that's not the rule. The rule wasn't it has to be proper. The rule was pointer followed by what? l now here's what I didn't say because it's really important to mention what I did not say remember what I talked about selective listening. So some students hear this and say every time I see an aisle anywhere in the Quran, I will make sure I don't say is that's not what I said. I said first you have a pointer. And right after the pointer you have to have am I talking about every other note is very specific. In this context. Heather have Ernie hula he had the he had Tony hula II valleca Veronica hula Iike Tilka Tonica hula followed by

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I'll and I may get rid of the is okay

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this means what?

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This is this is the book of Allah. We're all here Ilya has the quarter. No. Quran says

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is this this is Quran or this Quran good job this god why?

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I will make it a fragment without Island becomes a sentence. Okay, Allah says habla Kitab una Angela humara Conley at the Blue iOttie Walia to the Corolla Alba bahagia kita Boone

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This is

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a book or the book

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I mean if you're gonna say the you better have the word love there is the word love there. Now what are you saying?

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How are you going to translate this

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this is a book this is a book

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an amine means cattle cattle cattle cattle

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okay cows sheep etc cattle have the hill an animal

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these cattle cattle is plural already does not these kettles

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these cattle okay

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fragment because why?

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Because well

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Allah says what will kill a

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noodle we do have a Nancy

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do these days

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these days right these days those days those but then trans feminine

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should I say these are those I'm confused why

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the first six have ever had any hula he had the he had tiny hula or near these. The next six valleca Anika hula ecotel katha Anika hula Erica are those so this is what? Those days those days.

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Go to page. I think it's 29.

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Now 3131

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I mean it already says the answer just covered that part.

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Ha. Beatty. What do you think?

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Sentence or fragment. Beta means house what is handled by its mean?

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This house this house

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has the hill hayati

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Heavy l higher heart means life. What is how the * hayati mean

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this life? Good

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Hodel Qurani

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this Quran

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Tilka who do do Allah He?

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pollutant means boundaries

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those boundaries of Allah

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those are the prescribed boundaries of Allah. Where did we get the R from?

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No oil. No, I'll give it away. Willa Iike us Harbin Nari?

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Yes, the boundaries Yes.

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I'll explain in a second. Willa Iike us Harbin Nari

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what kind of grammar is as hard when naughty is that a fragment you already know from previous learning

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that someone awful awfully Okay. Hola ICA should be followed by our or is or or fragment.

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Yeah those are the Companions of the Fire. Cool. Now one thing I should tell you about mobile Wi Fi like Rasul Allah He

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Okay, translation

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just know something enamelled awful awfully in English. Typically they put a.on the mouth.

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In English when you translate it hold off hold off for a day you always use what the even if tumbled off is common. That's a standard not of Arabic but a standard of English. So for example, Miss Carla.

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Miss Carla. The rotten you guys learned on mobile office common if Dumbledore filet is common, but in English we say the weight of a speck.

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We don't say a weight of a spec. The right English is what? The weight of a spec we're translating into English. We have to respect English we can't mold English into our newly formed Arabic standards. That's when we sound weird. Okay.

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All right. So Tilka who do doula those are the limits set by Allah? Okay, those are the and that's why those are the Companions of the Fire. Yes.

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So that again,

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both words like is and I will cancel is Enza. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. Had the he Nakata Allah I'll take your question right after this one. Javi Nakata Allah

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Now Cummins camel. She camel

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This is

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the she camel of Allah your question

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this one,

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the top one. Yeah, even the bottom one as well. Okay, what's your question? So let's go with the bottom one.

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Na Tala Why is it a czar when there's an owl

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there's other than LA right? No well let's not debate that one. Let's do the top one. There's an island now right and now but what's the rule? I want the pointer and where do I want the URL? If I want to make it a fragment if I want to kill the is where do I want the URL?

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Immediately after not a word later

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you with me? So it's because it's not immediately after? If it was till Konar together different okay

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what about this sentence

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this is New Jersey

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sentence or fragment

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sentence why

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no one

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What about

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fragment How do you translate this

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this fire this fire this nor I was good translation this NAR

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I had a student like that one's from California, spoke to most California and Arabic

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Have you ever heard we'll start with the swell on a motor Shall we shouldn't and hassle Bab

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halacha into career cult

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like now I follow who like

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How do we say this house of Allah? I shall get there because they will we're working on it. We're getting there. Let's get the basics that will build up on it be handled Hadith sentence or fragment

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what is b Do

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confiture so what word is Jared?

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What What's the majeure what did it justify? How about but however is listen to this however is non flexible what does that mean?

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are often version hada null version your version that's what you call non flexible pointers or non flexible so the reference of John same same okay

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so haha that yeah

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do you say that in a sentence when you translate into English if there's a mobile often mobile awfully yeah yeah you said

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so Hadith mean speech be means with what is being handled Hadith mean

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with this speech

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now new words for you. The first fragment was walled off and mobile affiliate the second fragment was jar and module the third one was hardness of and its ism the fourth fragment was Mozu fend suffer with these guys sometimes I make a fragment sometimes I make a what sentence but I'm only going to talk to you about the terms we use when we make it a fragment because we're learning to fragments right we're not learning the sentence stuff officially yet. So here's what you call it. The pointer you call it a small ishara the pointer has is in this folder Shara has Danny is fully Shara how old he is moody Shara. Had he is militia her attorney is bullish aura hula is bullish

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about the Lika Nica hula ecotel katha Anika hola Erica, all of them are what called what is small, the Shara if you'd like to write that down, it's called

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is smooth. El ishara.

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The the essence of pointing ishara means pointing the essence of pointing. Okay.

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And the word that has allotted the word that God pointed at. It's not called a monopoly. It's called the Mushara la

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it's Wendy, Shara and Machado. When do you use mahshahr? Li when it has an alarm on it? When it's a fragment, when it's a sentence? Well, if it's a sentence, it's not a fragment at all. You can't use these words. You can only use these words if it's actually a fragment. And when is it a fragment when the second word has an ally on it. That's when you call the pointer is militia. And the word you're pointing at becomes the machine run delay or Mushara. Delay. Okay, which really sounds kind of like Monopoly machalilla. Right, which really means the one pointed at that's what that means the one point to the word of pointing and the one point to that.

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What did you learn about Mosul so far?

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Between the two words, what's grammar between the two words?

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Four properties of masuk match the four properties of

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that's the same thing that happens with a smallish IRA and which are really the four properties of Masha is when the Shara become the four properties of the Musha la they match and all four properties but they still even though they imagined properties, they don't become muscle CIFA and I'll tell you why. Because a pointer is actually not being given a description when I say this laptop the laptop is not an adjective.

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Laptops not an adjective sofa is what by definition what sofa so even though the four properties match, it's wrong to call the laptop an adjective, okay, it's just the thing being pointed at when I say this laptop so the rule is similar to muscle suffer for properties match for properties, but they're not called muscles if i What are they called instead? is when a Shara and Michelle are in LA so let's test that theory. be handled Hadith be made haha jar, didn't it? We don't be it doesn't show it but we know that it made a jar. Notice the word Al Hadith it is a job

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Now we know why why is it job? Because it's trying to match with who

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not Mazel Sciver there's no Musa this is what is what genre and Mushara la it's trying to match with have that that's what it's trying to do. How that is masculine al hadith is also masculine, Hala is singular al hadith is also singular how that is proper Where did I get that how that is proper seven kinds of things are proper. Let me review that for you it was been a long time that was last semester on the third day of our class seven kinds of isms are proper proper names or proper words or proper right pointers or proper pronouns are proper This is a pointer isn't it?

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The proper the one being called is proper is the monsoon is proper and mowed awfully well office proper when the mobile filets properly there was seven things seven things that are proper one of them was pointers so how that is proper Why is Hadith proper? What made it proper? So the the four do match before do match here okay.

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That makes them in its militia and amo Sharon la Javi he severely

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first of all I want to know is this and it's really Shara and Michelle relay situation or no.

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Some people say yes, some people say no

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to call something is foolish ah, mashallah delay. You need two things. You need a pointer, which we have. And you need the immediate next word to have what does the immediate next word have a URL? No. So this is not a fragment. This is a sentence so we don't know how to label this but we know one thing. There is an is here.

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There is an is here. Sabine means path. Seville is one of the words on page 13.

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That's feminine, because the Arab said so.

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This is my path. Where's the my hair?

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Good. What's the relationship between Sabine and the E?

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Good job mobile off end. Mobile if you leave. Anytime a pronoun is at the end of an SM it becomes boiled awfully. The pronoun becomes MODAF has the ECB li This is my path. Good. How would I II Shiva, Shiva, a translation of your Shiva I will be intercessors that's a hard word. intercessors. Let me put it in simple words for you. When someone puts in a good word for you so you don't get fired. They're a Shaffir

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Okay, so you're about to get fired. Your uncle came in? No, no, no, it's my nephew is really nice. But just give him he's stupid. He's stupid. He won't do it again.

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Okay, then you're being the Shaffir you're doing Shiva. Shiva means I'm guaranteeing you he's not going to do it again. He's learned his lesson. Please go easy on him. Right? That is Shiva. Okay, so So for people who will come on judgement day before Allah is about to punish. They'll step in and say y'all love I mean, I know he's messed up, but he's with me. Can you just because we're good, right? So could you just

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there's this first level of Jana. Not even all just you know, he can't handle fire. He just he used to live in Alaska. He can't take the heat. So go easy. And some people believe that there are people so close to Allah, that on Judgement Day they can What

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do Shiva and then when the Quran came and started saying you can't worship this, this this they will say ha hula II Shiva guna and Allah What are they saying? These people are what theirs are and they're our intercessors with Allah What do you mean? We're not worshipping them? We're just making sure they're happy with us. So when we get in trouble with Allah they'll say how Allah I got this one okay that's that's the concept so how will the issue for our gonna good thing Muslims don't have this confusion ever? Anywhere in the world.

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Well, then maybe you

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sentence or fragment y

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align it. What does this mean? You should know what W means. Come on, guys. Come on.

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And this profit and this profit, very nice. How the Qurani Oh fi has a Qurani what it fee do

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what it fee do to have a

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manager Heather is going

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To make sure that Allah Quran matches

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so what happened to the word of the Quran? So Al Quran is not just because of fee Al Quran is actually Jared because of Heather. Heather is Jared because a fee chain reaction what do you translate this says

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in this Quran in this recital

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Yeah, we'll learn about that probably today however the his shujaa Rotta have he assured alata

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This is a tree or this tree

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this tree fragment okay I'm gonna move over

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number 17 had the mean indica

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is this this or this is

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there's no URL yep

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I will translate that when you add in

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in NA what does it now mean? I forgot.

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Okay, what does it now have? I mean then

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certainly this now the question is is this certainly this enemy? Or certainly this is an enemy that's the question

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Is it going to be an is

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because there's no URL? Because there's no URL? So in Arabic you're already starting to see a hint the Arabs don't have the word is it doesn't exist

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it doesn't exist that's why your Arab friends don't use is

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you student

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they don't they don't use what

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he lit

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now he's late he lit it time slot the time and then you keep telling them you have to use is you never use is that the Arab says okay okay. It is understand i is used every time is with everything is is that

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you is good. Everything is good is so easy is English

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because the is doesn't exist in Arabic. When they bring it back.

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They bring it everywhere. Does it exist? It does exist it does exist everywhere. Okay, so and now however I do want certainly this is an enemy laka means for you. Lamb is half of John and guys the pronoun anto right so for you this is an enemy for you. How the rugby is this is small ishara and Miss Sharon LA

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is fully Shara and Wishard en la

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How do you tell if something is this militia and machinery lane

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you have to have a discipline to Shara followed immediately by is there an owl?

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So this is not a fragment. This is a translator for me.

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This is my master.

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You're already translating Arabic sentences from the Quran you see that? It's pretty sweet. How Danny has many had Ernie has many. Hussam means argue or have some means argue or what does have any Osmani mean? Not those two. That is incorrect. Those two is incorrect.

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These two these two argues or these two are argues

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Where did you get the AR from?

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No l

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you're getting

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the Lika Mata RU l here. But actually, let me tell you something about how the costs money before I go on. Have any costs money for some of your BM.

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How many people have worked at an office before?

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Okay, if you work at an office before and you had a manager, okay? Sometimes you have a lunch room where the team gets together and has lunch. And the manager is not there. So it's just the team having lunch but the manager is not there. And some people don't like the manager.

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So you're sitting and having lunch and what are some people talking about? The manager? Oh, guys, how do I even become manager I don't understand.

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Like, my kids are smarter than my manager and I'm still changing my kids diapers. How's he the manager? What does even manage? Can Have you seen him he can even manage his own face

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And you're talking, everybody's laughing every good time. And the guy who's making fun of him, the manager walked in and standing behind him. And everybody else realizes it except to the guy. The manager is so ugly. The word ugly in the dictionary seems beautiful compared to how ugly he is.

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Etc. He's is he's going off, and everybody else is still laughing or No, I really stopped loving because why not? Because they see what they see the manager. So he's like, Whoa, what is it?

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I don't think we should talk about the manager low. Freedom was reach bro. just expressing my ideas.

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The thing is, I'm not actually talking about an office and a manager. In philosophy. When you if you're a university students, you may have taken a course in philosophy. YouTube videos exist on discussing the concept of God, or scientific atheism, etcetera, etcetera. God is a subject that's discussed as a topic. Just like basketball is a topic or cars or a topic or, you know, the AI is a topic, God is also a what topic, you can make Tiktok videos about God, or why you don't believe in it. You can make YouTube videos, you can write articles, you can make fun, you can have cartoons about God, does that stuff exist? So people can have arguments about God? very boldly,

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with the full confidence that the one you're talking about, is not their present and our conversation witnessing your your your obscene behavior in regards to him.

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These two people these two groups arguing or arguing about their master have any costs money for some movie Robbie him, no concept that there's even a possibility that Allah Himself is watching. Listen, people, some people hate the police. These cops, they're pigs to district I hate the police. Man, these guys, and then a cop pulls you over.

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When a cop pulls you over comes up to your window. What do you say?

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Hello, Officer.

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Nice hat.

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Is everything okay, officer, I thought I was going into the speed limit.

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What happened? Why didn't you say hey, pig?

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Why did all the attitude is gone? Why? Because once you recognize his presence, the authority of the police and what he represents the officer represents dawns on you. And then a humility comes over you. Right. So even if you have something to discuss, I don't believe I was going over the speed limit officer. I was pretty certain that I didn't do that officer.

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But you will be speaking in what tone,

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respectful tone because there's a recognition of what authority but sometimes even Muslims, Muslims can have disagreements about some issues, some philosophical issues in Arcada, some abstract issues in Arcada. In theology, they may have disagreements with each other. And in the middle of that heated debate about Allah,

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people are trying to prove their point. And they're speaking about Allah, as if they're just talking about any topic. Allah is not a topic.

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Maya KHUDOBIN Najwa Salah satin Allahu Warabi Rohan welcome satin Allahu Assad this home while at the NAM in Valley kala Aqsa Illa who are wearing home a no Marco No, there is no secret conversation between three people except the fourth is Allah no five except the 60s Allah no less than that no more except Allah is with them wherever they may be. He's with them wherever they may be. Somebody's gonna be with them. yomo chiamata, Kenya Malou. And then he will inform them in great detail about what they used to do.

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The kinds of conversations they used to have. So Allah points at this defiance, this blind confidence. And these are the same people. There's actually a place in Sutala cough. These people that didn't believe in Allah made fun of Allah made fun of Revelation. They talked about it so boldly. They're standing there, yo, my year on Ebola, Xena cafardo Allah Now, the day on which these disbelievers will be placed right in front of the fire. The fire is there. They're standing right there. At least Allah says Elisa, that'd be

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isn't this real?

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Allah asked the question to them. Isn't this real?

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Because what did they used to say all this time? Oh, come on. imaginary stories. Please. Just fiction Come on, grow up. The world moved on religion is outdated. Allah says, is that fire outdated? Is that real enough? Bella? Rabina. No, no, of course it is. We swear by our rub. Oh, new humility just spa

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And from within, you know, it grew from within for Lu colada then Tiesto punishment

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serious stuff, but that Lika Mata al hayati, dunya. The Lika means what what is Delhi come in

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those that is wrong

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that this these vi

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which is it Hurry up

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But it means two things, but that in Arabic means enjoyment, but that means what? Enjoyment are things to enjoy?

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But muda also means utensils. So in classical Arabic the like a summary, Rahim Allah tell you a little story of Alas, Mallya Rahim Allah, I just met, he was a grammarian. He was a linguist. And he wanted to understand how Arabs use words in their original context. So he won't go to an Arab and ask, what does this word mean? Or what does that word mean? He'd go into the Bedouin desert, sit there, travel, and listen to people have conversation until the use of certain word and he's like, Oh, that's how they use it. That's how they he wants to capture the natural usage of the word. So famous story about him as he was looking for the meaning of a word, Mata and he came upon a like a

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pond of water and there was a little girl there who was scrubbing her dishes by the by the pond that he was doing the dishes, and the goat came and it grabbed her scrub the brush with the goat came and grabbed it with his mouth and ran away. And the girl started crying and said other Mottai other modality it took my Mata Mata means what? utensil so there's two things something you enjoy, and something that's a utensil now that's the thing, some tools. In fact, we enjoy them. Right? And some things are just a spoon, a fork, nobody says, Well, this is the most amazing fork ever.

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You don't really care about the fork.

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You just you know, it's just something you use and you move on. Right? When some people are really into their tools like people have their their garages with like power tools and this and that those are their meta tool, right?

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But this is the word Allah uses to describe everything we have in this world simply tools that you might enjoy even sometimes, but essentially their means to a higher end. That's all they are just resources so that he can matter. But but that looks like to me I'm above doesn't look like I'm old enough to you. Yeah, without oil. hayati does have an awful lot for day. The utilities are the utensils of life. And Allah the word life has an adjective, a dunya. Dunya is actually feminine, just like a listener and a cobra and a llama is feminine. The Elif ending makes it feminine. It's not written with a ja member. It's usually written to ya. But it's written like an Elif, because a

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yas already there that would be too many years together. That's why it's written like that. Do we actually means the lowest dunya in Arabic means what? The lowest? What is Allah hieratic dunya mean?

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The lowest life that Lika Mata or al hayati dunya what does that mean?

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is the utensils that's that is the utility of

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the lowest life which sometimes we will transmit this as worldly life which is okay. But quite literally actually means lowest life can also mean the closest life meaning the life you've experienced right now is only this one. Dolly Kamata or L hayati. Dunya. Is this a sentence or a fragment?

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Sentiment sentiment one?

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Fragment sentence

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now, I have one question first, is this a sentence or a fragment?

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It's not right after that. Lika Thank you. Thank you. Now I can do you may ask your question.

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So the word dunya you said there are two meanings lowest and worldly. If we

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say it's worldly, doesn't it? Make the award like dunya? ism?

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No, we're Elisa an adjective. So this, of course, they're all isms.

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What's the problem with it being innocent? Oh, okay. Got it. Okay. I don't even know what you were confused about and what you got, but

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thank you.

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See how it is so far? Because the word world the word world is not an adjective but world Li is an adjective. Remember? Now we have a new one, Bruce Lee, lovely and worldly. Okay

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DeLuca Ayatollah Kitab al Hakim let's see if we can figure all of this out what is still coming

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it could also mean those that or those I'm gonna go with those this time i to El Kitabi what kind of grammar do you see in IR Tolki Tabby

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Well, offhand, good. Al Kitabi and Al Hakimi

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Mizzou fan, so if I ever hockey means wise, what does allocatable hockey mean?

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Okay, what is still ca IR TL kita Bill hockey me me mean. Those are

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the signs of

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the Wise Book Tilka Yeah, to look into Bill Hakimi. Those are the signs of the wise work sentence or fragment sentence Good job

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can't can't leave you without creating some problem

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how do I say it? Yes, question. No, I'm taking my time please

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give me time already.

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I'm gonna give you three seconds.

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is supposed to be a ir or the line or sign is a sign.

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Yeah, it's fine. Not a line or sentence or a verse or something like that. Yeah, we'll talk about that and I'll explain the concept of via I'll do that inshallah. But if I do that now then we'll run into Maghrib and then we I won't get to finish this, but I will come back to it. Inshallah. How about mustard on means what?

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Okay, this is a masjid. How do I say this Masjid

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huddle mas G to how do I say this is the mushroom

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how that

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while I have I mean this, the Masjid is a masjid but I already use that.

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And I got rid of the is what I want the is and I wanted the

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so the Arab says I don't want anything between these two. Yeah.

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Because if you put if you put nothing between these two who goes away?

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It goes away. So they say okay, just put something in between.

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Just put a referee in between. So I'm here to make sure who's There

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is however, who else has said now they use a pronoun as a referee. They call this the referee referee pronoun only so what can happen.

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So you can keep the is and you can still keep the the you can keep both

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the whoever comes in

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it's still a sentence. Yeah.

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Because sentences want what?

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No, I'll write after. And I want a sentence without a I want a sentence with the so sometimes you'll find who like Valley CA who will 1000 Abilene

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Delica who will host Ronald wubi and things like that. Right? So you'll find cases like that in the Quran. Yes.

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It's up somebody needs to get into Mike Roiphe. Where are you? Where are you Raphael? Rafi. Rafi Hi. Raise your hand sir. No, not you the student raise your hand

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Salaam Alaikum. Are they examples in the Quran where only fragments are used standalone Yes, yes that happens. Yeah. fragments can be used standalone. Can you give an example?

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Rahmani Raheem

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by itself in an aisle

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or Rama

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then Allah Quran has a word by itself.

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Right. So there are places lots of places in the Quran where that can happen. It has a reason which is inshallah later study. But we

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Before I give you your break I do want you to know this how do I say the

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the house of

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the Muslim

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the word is beaten and Muslim when I want to say the house of the Muslim what kind of construction do I want what grammar do I want

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I want to mold often will not fill it because I want to have so what do I do with house?

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I'm going to leave it rough I have no reason that

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should I put it on the house

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I should put a little way to

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know why not?

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Because I want it to be a month off can put what about the Muslim?

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But what should I put as the status of a Muslim?

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John what tell me what that is. L Muslim what?

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l Muslim me Baitul Muslim me okay. The House of

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oops, this Muslim

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let's start over when we wait slow down. What's the mood off?

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What's the mood off here?

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Okay, so I'm gonna start with making beta mode off

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you with me? Like No Other flam? That's my mood off. What's my most awfully

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the word this the word this is my mobile affiliate. What's the word for this?

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Haha, yes. Okay. Then what's the relationship between this and Muslim? We just learned today. What's the relationship between the word this and the word Muslim is really Shara and and what happens between these two? What's the first condition? Make sure there's an Al and make sure all four properties match so hard. Most li

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me moon or MA or me or moon?

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Why job?

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Because Hava is jar wise have our jar because of Bay to Bay to handle. Muslimeen So when Allah says failure obudu Rebecca Heather l Beatty.

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He says failure Moodle. Rob Bahal Beatty, rabbis Modafinil.

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What's the Moodle filet here? Have a have eyes in what status? So let's move Sharon la should also be dry. Is there an L on Bates?

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Because it's harder is the smaller Shara and l waitress.

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translate this.

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No, this is no sentence.

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no. The first word is your mouth off. Don't start with the mala filet. When you translate start with thermadata when you translate

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the master of

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this house you see what you were doing this house of the master this house mastered

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master's degree from this house.

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is Arabic is not just about seeing words and then coming up with word salad grammar means or a BA MODAF translate mobile first, then what do you do after a mobile if you put an of then you translate the master of this house? Don't rush follow a process. The whole I'm going to answer first because if I answer first, I will finally be recognized as the one who answered first. And this will give me a superior rank among the OMA. Everyone shall know that I called out the answer first. Yes

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the masters the Master the Master of this house. Correct. Can you write this sentence without the in the beginning? No, not you. You can't. I can and I won't tell you

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don't stop crying.

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Don't do it. Don't do it. Not yet.

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Okay. Because the thing is if you get it right, it will be a wild guess. And then you will reinforce something that isn't well established.

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And if you get it wrong, then I have to fix it which is surgery. Yes.

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Yeah, I didn't understand why it was

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which one had

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was the one right before this one. I was trying to raise the one right before

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Okay, so this one, the house of the Muslim. Okay, what was the b two?

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I'll mostly me

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there was one after that, I think. Okay, sorry. Okay, I'll come back to it. If it occurs, how much time do we have tomorrow?

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Is the time? Well, I thought it's moving.

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Three minutes.

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Okay, go go take a break Bismillah salatu salam ala Rasulillah. While early, he was a huge pain, this lesson is a small one, complicated, but small. And I just want to get it out of the way, just to inform you, because you're about to end your second semester, out of the three semesters that I planned on this course.

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Everything I'm teaching you here,

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you've just been made kind of familiar with it, but it hasn't sunk in at all. And you need time for that to sink in. And I have a plan for you for how to do that after this course is over. So my journey with you is starting here in sha Allah, for those of you that really want to see progress, and you want to make the most of this time investment, right, you've put in Inshallah, about 3040 hours of work over the course of these 10 days, you want to make the most of this investment, you cannot allow this to go rusty, even if it's weak, even if you understood 20%, or you remember 20% Of what happened here, that 20% is huge. And with just a little bit of review, that will turn into 70

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ad and very quickly. 100%. Right. But we you have to follow a plan for that. So every one of these concepts as we go forward, when you do the continuing education, every one of these concepts, 567 times more practice.

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Many, many more examples. Next concept, many, many more examples, next kinds of many, many more examples. So each one of these concepts becomes deeply rooted in you before we move on to anything else. In fact, even if by the time I'm done with this course, if you had done 50 examples of each concept that I taught you, your Arabic would be pretty impressive already, actually, you'd be already at a lower intermediate level. And then we can build the level above that. Okay. So just because you get exposed to a concept, and you feel like this is too much information, how am I going to remember all of this, I know I empathize with that feeling. I know what you're feeling. And my

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the map I have for you is designed with that in mind. Now, let me tell you why I do this in 10 days, and not in 10 weeks, once a week, because it gives you six days to forget everything I did. And these six days that you This is our sixth day together. And I haven't given you the opportunity to forget yet. And even when you forget something, I quickly remind you and you're like, oh yeah. And even the fact that you say oh yeah, without turning 15 pages. That's huge compared to if I was having this class with you twice a week, once a week, and we were spreading it out, your retention would be nothing compared to what it is right now. Nothing. So education, in my mind is three

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things. There are three pieces to education. There's a curriculum, the curriculum is like your GPS map, how do I get from A to Z, right? That's your map. That's your curriculum. The second, so the map has to be really good. The map has to be very well thought out. Right? And it has to take into account which roads are bumpy, which roads to avoid. Your what turns to take fine. That's your curriculum. The second component is time.

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The same curriculum taught over three months and the same curriculum taught over 10 days will not have the same result. Some things have to be condensed together, some things have to be spread out. And that's the decision of a good teacher. What do you condense together? What do you spread that teachers don't get this from Revelation is a teaching experience. Students retain some things better when they're condensed. They forget certain things. If they're too condensed, some things have to be spread out. Some things have to be tightened up. So the first piece is curriculum. The second piece is duration or time, right. So this this structure is designed for a reason I experimented with

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every kind of schedule. Before I designed this curriculum and I've taught this course over 150 times. I know this, I've never prepared. It's been maybe 20 years I haven't prepared for this class. I don't

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Prepare for this class, it's in my head. And my goal is, within six months, this class sits in your head, even if you know nothing else about Arabic, you can teach this class to somebody else off the top of your head. That's how well you should know it. And if that foundation is there, you'll go far. The third piece of education, that's the hardest part is the teacher himself or herself. You can have the same exact curriculum, you can have the same exact duration, but a different what? Different teacher and you're not going to get the same results.

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In many schools, they have the same exact math textbook for third grade, and they have seven different teachers. And every one of those teachers has the same plan, same test, same schedule, different results, yes or no.

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Because the missing component is what the teacher and it's not like the teachers are not qualified, all of them are equally qualified to, they have the same degrees to they have the same knowledge to. So teaching isn't just about having knowledge of the subject. Teaching is actually also about educational psychology. When to review, when to stop, when to slow down what to remove, when to just tell a joke, or a story to breathe some oxygen in the room, when to accelerate when to decelerate. It's actually, I mean, right now you guys are in my class, I'm conducting a massive psychological experiment. The look on your faces is something I'm reading the zoning out how many people are

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looking at their watch, I'm reading it, I'm studying you, you're studying me, I'm studying you. So I have to do all the time. That's a teacher's job. So teacher has to do.

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If I just had to say this, just, you know, throw up the information that I know, I could just do that sitting in front of a camera and be done. But that's not what teaching is. You know, and teaching is very different from lecturing, you may have heard me lecture before I help you sleep many of you, I've helped you sleep many nights of your life. You listen to me, some people told me I'm your voice is very soothing. I love your voices. I sleep every night because of you.

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Fantastic. In Arabic class, I don't let you sleep. I keep making you answer questions, I keep making you interrupt me because class, Arabic class is different than an Islamic lecture. Right? So which means you actually have to do most of the heavy lifting. I'm just guiding you, then you're doing the work, can I guide you a little bit but you do most of the work? Actually, my job is 30%, your job is 70%. That's what's happening here. And that's the relationship that continues until my job becomes 10%. And your job becomes 90%. And eventually, my job becomes 1%. And your job becomes 99%. You're reading the tafazzin You're doing the research study, you learn listen to everything, let's say and

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you still got stuck in this one place. And once in a year, I got an email from you about this one is about this one thing, and then I help you with that. Because you did 99% of the heavy lifting yourself. That's my job as a teacher is successful. When I get you to that level of independence. That's when I become a successful teacher. And the reason I believe in that formula is because that's my own journey. My journey is not of sitting, depend waiting on a teacher to teach me. And then finally I will learn, you have to get resourceful, like whatever you got you got to do, you got to just find whatever resources you can and make the most of them. Right. So this is the mentality I

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want to inculcate into all of you in sha Allah. This is a riddle, this house of Allah. Let me start by Review. Today I told you about pointers. And you can do two things with pointers. You can make them into a fragment and you can make them into a sentence. If you want to make them into a fragment. By the way, this house does that sound like a fragment or a sentence? That sounds like a fragment. Now in Arabic when I said this house all I want a fragment like this, what do I need? On the word house? What do I need? Everybody remembers that I need an urn. This seems to be a problem because the word house is a mobile off.

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It's before the above and the word Allah is Mala filet and what do you know about the MODAF? It cannot have. Now the problem is this says I need an L and how says I can't give you an L

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Right. So do you understand the problem? So what the Arabs did to solve this problem? Is the following

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let me on paint

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Oh god, okay.

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The Arabs came up with a creative solution.

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If you put this in the beginning, then you can't have a lawn the house

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Ever why not? Why can't you have alone the house?

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Because it's somewhat off. So if you put this in the beginning, it'll become a sentence. This is the house of Allah. But that's not what I wanted to say. Fine, that's good Arabic but I wanted a frog fragment which was this house of Allah. So the Arabs came up with a solution at a barbecue which was listen, you want to all right after How about we give you nothing? Nothing is right after you okay, that's fine.

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You know what? Why don't we put you Why don't we put you at the end of the month without filet

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and if it's if the pointer is at the end of the Madonna philosophy lay, it's actually pointing at the what?

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The medulla for the mala filet I don't know the half. So here's what happens in Arabic.

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I don't know why I painted it.

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Okay, this is good now okay. If I say Rasulullah he

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the Messenger of Allah Yeah. The Messenger of Allah. Okay. If I say HA,

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HA rasool Allah He

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is there going to be an is now why is there going to be an is because there's no URL? Very good. translate this for me.

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I'll just use em so we save space. So we can make it bigger. Okay. This is the messenger of Allah. No.

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Good, oops

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this messenger of Allah

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Okay. This is a weird thing they do. But this answers your question, by the way from before

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I had to take time to get you here.

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Let's try something else

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somebody translate this for me.

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Guitar boo Gah, what ska

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comes from Anton kitab. Who is MODAF guy is Modafinil, a translation

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book of yours your book? Okay.

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Sentence or fragment.

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This is your book.

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Somebody raise their hand and show me this book of yours. This book of yours?

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Kita Buka

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this book of yours.

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Put it, that's all. Basically, the point here is, if you want to make a fragment with a mobile only with a mobile off, where do you put the pointer?

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Just stick it at the end, that's all. Otherwise you know what to do?

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Otherwise you see what to do. Okay.

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Sure, if you want to make a fragment with the MODAF a fragment with the move off, then put the pointer at the end. That's all that's an exceptional thing. And this happens in the Quran. Okay.

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Sure, let's try more examples.

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Mithali my example. This is my example.

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What do you think this is my example.

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Give me the Arabic

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ha that Mr. Lee this example

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of mine.

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Mithali hada.

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Why you do it? You're not understand why did I do it?

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Because I'd like to.

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I'm just reminded of my daughter when she was little. When she would do something that would make sense to me. I said, Why don't you do it? Well, yeah. Why did you do it?

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Two years old?

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Because I'd like to

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that's the best answer. So yeah, because I like to

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