Dream Big – Arabic Intensive – Day 7

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A symbolical la hora Katha I am very excited for me and you

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because

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we're starting a new semester.

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This one little slot was salam ala Rasulillah. While early he was happy he married I think the mic is very echoey today now. So to echo we can we turn it down a little bit? I think it's to get somebody to do that. Okay.

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I expected today that you will give me

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something that from the previous learning that will help me teach you this new semester. What was that?

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And I told you a few things you should do with the pronouns. What did I ask you to do with the pronouns?

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Man, memorize them. Let's hear it. Hua Houma home. Here Houma. Hoonah Anta and toma and tone and Z and toma and Dona Ana Lucknow great. The second thing I asked you to do is make sure you know what all of them mean. Yes. So I say the English you say the Arabic I

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we

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you ladies

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you tuna

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and tuna. Okay.

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Both of them. Both of them.

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Some people say and toma some people say Homer I need clarity. Both of them. Homer both of you.

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Both of them. Both of you. Both of you ladies

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and toma both of those ladies

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both of those ladies

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okay okay careful now both of you ladies Knutsson

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Good job Kuma Very good. Both of you ladies. NASA would be Kumar Kumar okay.

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She

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here

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she in JotForm

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ha

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they

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home

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the feminine you

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okay the feminine you in refer form

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the feminine you and refer form

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still empty somebody was like key

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Okay.

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Me I in Java

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EE good. Okay. So you know the meanings. I also expect you to know the attached versions of each of them. I will say the attached version.

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I will say the attached version. You are gonna give me two things the original and the meaning.

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I will give you what attached you will give me two things What two things original and meaning QA

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and QA you key and T shoe

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okay

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home

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you'll give me two things you'll give me while I said home some of you said Antonio

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you're want me to change the question for you didn't like the home question you're suggesting alternatives. Home what's the original

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home is not calm sorry.

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Homes original is meaning

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couldn't now listen carefully. Couldn't.

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And tuna meaning

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y'all ladies? What do you know about all the words that begin with ah hoo Oh my home here ha ha.

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Third person they he she told her what do you know about all the words that have an orca in it?

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All use they're all the use. Okay. And then Anna Nana was I and we so far so good. Today we will learn just one thing.

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Or maybe two but just two things. In a new semester we call Ferrell.

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Okay, this is a new semester called Farrell. And I think the only thing we know about fitness is the basic definition from the first

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We have a class. And what was that basic definition from the first day of class.

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A word that is stuck in time meaning a word that is either in the past or present or future, we're going to start today with the past. Okay, we're going to start with the past. Now in English, we have went

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right? Or let's say, eight. And then we have eats, and we have will eat.

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So eight is past tense, eats is present tense and will eat is future tense, right or going to eat whatever. There's multiple variations fine. In Arabic, what's really cool is they have a past tense.

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And then the present tense and the future tense is the same word.

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So you don't have to learn separately present tense and then separately, future tense, use the same word for both present and for future. Okay. But you have to learn separately what the past version is, right? Now the question of course, you're gonna ask me the how you supposed to know if it's president. And it's gonna be so confusing. Come down, relax, they thought about this, for this is a very old consideration that has been deliberated for 1000s of years at a barbecue. And you will be okay. It will be this is not going to be a new crisis. It's been solved. Okay. But we're going to do which tense today past tense now.

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The thing is, if I was going to translate fear, I would typically say verb Yeah. in English.

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Yeah. I just don't like doing that.

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I don't like doing that. And I'll tell you why I don't like doing that.

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I just put a verb on the screen. In English eight. That's a past tense verb, isn't it?

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In Arabic, the Federal is not just a single word. Every federal is a complete sentence.

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A federal by itself in Arabic is not just a word. It is actually a complete what?

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A whole sentence. So if I call it a verb, then I'm only talking about a part of the feral but missing out another part of the field. In Arabic, it's two things at the same time. Actually, it's a complete set and eight is not a sentence. He ate I ate you ate we ate now there's a sentence now Fatima eight cream eight. Okay, fine. That's a sentence. But eight by itself is not a sentence. In Arabic. When I give you the Arabic word that's going to be a complete sentence. So that's a fundamental difference. Sorry, instead of calling it verb, I'm just gonna keep calling it what? Fairly. Okay, now, I'm gonna show you a really cool thing the Arabs developed when it comes to fill.

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We're going to try the word dot rasa.

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Starting with the rasa say that for me. Okay, forget about everything you learned about the Essam because the Islam if you look at it, and you think this is an Islam you're gonna say, Oh, this is nestled. And it's light. Yeah, this is not a very this is not an Islam. This is a very different world. We're in a different world now. In this world. What's the last sound you hear?

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Oh

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What does that say it for me?

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It Taraba

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is still Farah

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Jah goway.

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God Allah.

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Let's say

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semi semi.

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And let's say

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not.

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Let's do

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one last one.

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S lemma. What do all of these words have in common?

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Do they start the same way? Do they are the middle is the same. That keeps changing doesn't it? What's one thing that stays the same every time? Ah, ah, ah, all the way through? Yes. If you hear these are all past tenses, by the way there what past tenses? If you hear an AA, at the end of a past tense, it actually means he he Hua did something. He did something. How do the Arabs know he did something? You hear what at the end?

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Da rasa. He studied. The rasa. He studied and if I ask you as an Arabic student on five minutes of fear and study, how do you

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You know, It's he who studied you said what do I hear at the end?

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NESARA who helped?

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He helped Taraba who came close. He came close iStockphoto and he guess what does it mean?

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Good job. He asked for forgiveness. He did this to cloud. He asked for forgiveness. Jah who struggled. He struggled Katella who fought.

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He fought Semia who heard he heard Cordoba who came close to words externado came close and Akoto ball so he came close as Slama who surrendered? He surrendered. Or you can even say he became Muslim. Meaning he surrendered to God as Lama he became Muslim. He he and what's what gives you the Hua

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Okay, so we're gonna say, even though it says de rasa, you know what goes on in my head? What goes on in my head is who are the rasa?

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I don't even have to hear the Hua I know. It's there. So I just say to myself, who are the rasa? Yeah. Now watch this

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see that for me?

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Da Dora. Set.

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Can you make the same change to Nosara? How would it sound? NASA right ector about try it. A thorough but it still Farah. Estelle Farah Jah, Jah hadot Kata Cortana Cortana semi? Semi koruba kuru but a slammer. Cool. If you hear at the end, she did it.

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If you hear it at the end, who did it? He did it. If you hear at the end then. So what's the Arabic word for Xi?

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You memorize that on page 18 What's the Arabic word for Xi?

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here so it's actually here that I said he and authority here extra but he asked for it. Here Tjahaja to Katella T SME I'd here call Robert here. Slamet here is understood. You don't have to say it. It's automatic to the Arabs. Why? Because they heard what at the end at?

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Okay, so we got to so far. Yeah.

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Let me go back. What does that also mean? Who studied?

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Okay, watch this. I thought I saw was one person. I added one one is like an aloof.

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So there was already one plus one. How many now?

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Two. What's the Arabic word for both of them?

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Houma also has an elephant the and doesn't it. So they borrow that Olive from Houma and they use it on the rasa and the rasa a little bit longer. The rasa means both of them studied. Both of them studied. So let's try this. How do I say he, he he studied the rasa. How do I say she studied the rosette? How do I say both of them studied

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the rasa coma, the rasa In fact, I actually want you to say it with the pronoun. So when I say how do I say he studied, I want you to say who are the rasa.

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And when I say she studied I want you to say what? Here your data set here that I said, How do I want you to say both of them studied

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Hamada rasa, how do you say she studied again?

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Not she Adora set Sunita rosette

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and she

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she

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here the rosette. Careful now listen, watch carefully. It's she studied Yes. What if I did this? Read that for me?

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The rasa ta What do you think I did?

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There was one lady. I added one more making it well how many ladies?

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Ah, so both of them ladies studied is what daraga How many possibilities do I have now? For he she and you can add one to each or I lifted each and they become double? Both of them. And both of them ladies? Okay. It stopped for a means who asked for forgiveness?

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How do I say she asked for forgiveness?

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He has the format. Here is the format. How do I say both of those ladies asked for forgiveness. We read both of those ladies asked for forgiveness seven words in English.

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Instead, one word in Arabic.

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There's one word in Arabic.

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Both of those ladies asked for forgiveness is still Ferrata. Okay. Semi

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means he heard semi AI means he heard how do I say both of them heard the most? The husband and the wife together were listening. And I'm talking about both of them and I say both of them heard

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should I use the should I use semi? Ah or should I use semi? So husband and a wife?

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Masculine is inclusive, isn't it?

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So if it's a mixture always go with masculine so semi Ah, okay.

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Yes, you have a question

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is stuggle Farah?

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She asked for forgiveness

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Good question. So you're saying it's a start for right? Do I need to say here is that for it? You don't need to say that. I need you to say that. It's correct to say it stuck for it means she asked for forgiveness. Why am I making you said what do you think?

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Because later on, you're gonna say stuck for it. And you're like, which one was that again? But if I make you memorize here is stuck for it. What's gonna stay in your head all the time? The answer all the time. So I want to make you remember something that comes with the answer key. Okay. Used to be early on when I memorize it was like this nail salon, a salon, the salon or something? And

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it was like that. I'm like, I don't know what that is. I forgot what each of them is. But if I say who? Massara who helped.

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Hola and Hazara.

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Both of them helped. Okay, how many possibilities do we have so far?

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Good for

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who are the rasa?

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Here?

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So I'll say the Arabic pronoun you give me the Arabic Who are the rasa? Here

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the rosette whom are masculine.

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The rasa and whom are feminine

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Daraa SATA. Phoria.

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Which this one

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reader for me

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Daraa Su, de la Su. Read the next one for me with that ending. Good. Nothing rude. Read the next one for me. Is Tara boo. Read the next one.

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No, not it's not for a two No, no, no.

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You can't you can't you can't do that. No, no.

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It's done. Start.

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A rule like that. The stock fall rule.

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Where are you going? Are you going key keyboard stuff. Rule. There we go. Tjahaja How do I say Jahad ukata. What do I do? What do I semirara

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Korova

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Muslimah? Yeah, are you here? Lavina.

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Manu

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Oh means they home.

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You here who at the end? What does it mean? They

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daraz who studied?

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What's the Arabic pronoun for they?

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Do you see why I made you review page 18 before you got here today. Do you understand its value? Home der su home? There are su se the second one. How do I say they helped

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home nuthall rule. Third one they came close. Home.

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Home McDarrah boo. They ask for forgiveness. It's already there but say it

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home iStockphoto they struggled

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on Yahoo they fought

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on katsu they heard

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on semi Oh, they came close

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Kuru boo. The first part of the word has to stay exactly the way it came.

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Even if you if you mess with that even a little bit it will be a different word. But very sensitive and Arabic is very sensitive. Now a slammer they all became they all accepted Islam they accepted Assam home

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a slum home Islam, okay

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yeah

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it's coming in three days. How will we know when it's an SM? How will we know when it's a Farrell? How will we know?

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Lots of dua. Also, I will give you tips. I'll give you lots of tips. Okay.

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You guys know this

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Yes, okay, I'm gonna write the word

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okay. The word is the surah I say Hua you give me what you do with masala masala means helped. Hua

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NESARA for ma

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NESARA whom

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NASA ru good job here

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NASA NASA

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Houma the feminine

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NASA era ta let's start out again who are

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everybody understands that who I went with Nosara

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and Houma is both of them yeah what did we do with masala to make it both of them

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and what do you do to make it plural home

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that's how do what do we do it he or she

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nuts all right and when you want to double the she you keep the NASA rotten add

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NASA sorry NASA. The only one we didn't do yet is what? Honda there's only one left Honda.

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A long time ago I told you that when women get together. They like to do things differently.

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Okay, so what the women decided to do in Arabic grammar is they said if you want us to be on a feral we want the ferret to shut up first.

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The last letter on the raw. It has a hurricane.

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If you look at the first word NASA ra the second one NASA ra the Luxman NASA room, then NASA right then NASA ra ta the lady said no no, no, we're not dealing with that. Orion makes too much noise. Shut him up first. nassarawa

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they want that last letter to what? Be quiet. They're not coming over until they hear silence. Then we will grace them with our noon.

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No sir. No. That means them ladies helped but it will never work. If you say NA Sarana that's not Arabic. That may be Punjabi, Swahili, whatever that is. It's not Arabic. In order for this to be Arabic, what must happen first.

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Now for NA. It has to be like this. Okay, let me take you back a little bit

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the first one was

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the rasa.

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Hua I say the pronoun you do the conversion. Who are the rasa Homa Daraa sa home. There are su here

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that are set. Good she Houma.

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Dora SATA Hoonah. Careful,

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Doris not Darsana No, no, no, no, no, no. What is it? Doris? Nah. So what is who are the rasa mean?

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He studied Hamada rasa.

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They both studied Honduras who they studied here the rosette she studied Houma, Dora SATA.

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Both of those women studied Hoonah who know what

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the Rosner what does that mean?

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They studied them ladies studied. Okay, try but NESARA who could try all six with Masada without my help?

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All six who are home our home here home ohana. Go ahead

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with NESARA Yatta What's your name? Maria. How old are you buddy? I'm 14 Okay, Mashallah. Good job Rita. Try who? I know Sarah, Huma Now Sarah.

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Home now sorrow here. No. So let's Huma never said to her no. No, stop now.

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Excellent job guys. Guys. Come on.

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No, I need someone who's close to retirement to do this.

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Yes, sir. Over here. Come on. ryfi. Run it.

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No, no.

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Same word. Yeah. Oh, no. Why don't you take it?

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Okay. Who are Taraba?

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Homa Taraba.

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Home. Tara boo. Yeah.

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Hear

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that but home

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Hama, Tara. But, but but Roberta

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It's kind of a tongue yeah Hoonah

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ik

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now what?

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I'm so sorry

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Good job. Very good. Very good very good. Okay soccer Allah who's gonna try to stop?

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Come on I need to hear this. Go ahead

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who is who are iStockphoto sobre la

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okay

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yeah just Yeah.

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No but we don't manage to hear

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who it is stuff just turn turn towards them and the mic won't be Yeah. What is the

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Houma is the Federal

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Home is the federal here assessed for it Houma is still Florida

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is tougher now. Well done very good. Very good. Let's see all of you try Java together let's do some jihad.

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Hua Ji ah ha Houma Jha home Jah hadoo here. Jah Houma Jah Hoonah

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Jah had not let's try Katella together who are called Tella Houma ca tele home ca Lu here, CA let Hoba ca Tala atta Hoonah tallinna Who are semi? Houma send me home. Send me through here. Send me Houma semi Hoonah Samir Na, who are Cordoba, Houma. koruba home, Kaoru boo here Kuru but Houma Kuru Berta Hoonah

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ka Aruba. Na Karuna Yes. Cool who are Aslam

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Houma a slum ah, home a slum who here a slum Houma a slum atta Hoonah

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a slum now you guys are turning into Arabs because each one of those was a sentence he studied is a complete sentence both of them studied is another complete sentence. So each word turned into six sentences and 10 of these words are I don't know how many I put here 1-234-567-8954 sentences just now you just came just came up with them just off the top of your head

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that's how Arabic words how quickly you can start producing Arabic yes

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I hear you I hear you I will be in a minute

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it's coming. It's coming. It's something I know what I know is coming. Relax. Those ladies heard and those ladies obeyed what about us

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it's covered it's covered

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it was good. You're thinking about that?

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Now

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what about

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who we did who our home our home here home Ohana didn't we

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what else is there in Arabic grammar.

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There's Anta what else? And toma and what else?

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And Tom and then auntie and toma and, and tuna. Okay, let's let's deal with these. This is so much fun. You don't have to learn anything.

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You don't have to learn anything. You know what? What did Hoonah do to Nosara? What did Honda do? Do you remember?

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It told the last letter to what?

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You quiet? No sorry. If Taarab and once that last letter was shut up. He just never spoke again.

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He's forever from then on forever he became what? Quiet. And then for all the other words, all you do is you take the TA or the tumor from Anoma or the tomb from an tomb or the T from an T What am I going to take from tama to mA are the tuna from so look listen to this who is Massara Huma NESARA whom knows how to hear now solid Houma NESARA ta who Na Na Sarna and ta n ta nuthall ta

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Ah

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and ta na. Ta and toma Nosara. Toma and don't

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know sir tomb and tea and the masala tea and Toma.

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Toma until tuna.

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No sir tuna.

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You didn't even have to learn anything. His copy paste, st plagiarism.

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Sula, look at this

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Terrassa who could do Hua Hua home here Houma. Hoonah Anta and toma and Tom aunty anti anti Diva and tuna the whole thing for the rasa. He studied, both of them studied. They studied she studied both those ladies them lady studied you studied both of you studied all of you studied you, lady you studied both of you ladies studied all your lady studied your 14 year old friend. Let's go. You raise your hand. Come on. Let's hear it.

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I'm done. I sat down. I said I don't know. I have no idea what you're saying.

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Now I know what you're saying. Good.

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Oh man, I thought I

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wonder home dere home dad I saw

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here Darius job. I'm Huma daraz. setter.

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Wynette, Hana data DATA step one now that the roster

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and the roster and to make the roster and the roster. And D the rusty and tomorrow Darius

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and donna, donna

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excellent job.

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We're going to do this all together. Who else? Alright, let's do it together. Who are NESARA Homa NESARA home NASA ru here NASA right former NASA ta who Na Na Sarna and ta na sorta and toma NASA tumour and tune now sort of tone anti NASA T and toma now sort of tuna and tuna nuts or tuna Anna nuthall Are you didn't teach you that one?

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Might as well teach you that one.

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And ta was what

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now thought what

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Nosara TA and T was what?

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Now for tea so by the time we got to Anna

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there was

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an tatata an anti dog tea, so that's fine. I'll just take two

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that's all to

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Anna Nefer to enter the SATA and the SRT but Anna

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Nasir to

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know how to miss what

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you guys have memorized since you were little many of you are meant to be who you are when you get to here we're going to be

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to what we saw me hidden away too.

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Right? You hear that too at the end. Now for all those speakers this is particularly difficult, because for them two means

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you put in Arabic and two means who believed

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I believed okay. I believed it stopped for two means why?

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I asked for forgiveness. There was two

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I studied the two at the end means I what's left? I know there was two then what's left and now what

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now? Now watch carefully. Now sir, Na na na na we'll compare this what was Hana. What was Hana

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na Sar. Now na

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na na versus y Na Na when you make it long we helped would you make it short?

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Them ladies helped them ladies help difference. What's the only difference?

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The LF

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who are not listen to me do it. If you can keep up try if you can't just listen carefully, who I Massara Huma NESARA, whom Nazzaro here in a solid Houma and Assata who not the sadhana and Tana Salta and to Manas automa and Tom, Tom and Tina 30 and two minus automa and tuna Anna Sultana, Anna those are two na na na na

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that's all 14 Thank you

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I know thank you. Yeah.

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A long time ago there was a BBC documentary and they wanted to go into Pakistan to film the madrasah system where these children are learning, learning Sharia law.

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And they go into you know, this madrasa and these kids are sitting there memorizing the fear, right? They're memorizing what we're memorizing. They don't do it with Hua they're just like, not Allah Katana, Katana Katana Katana Dakka Dakka Dakka Dakka Dakka Dakka identical to natural Torah Allah, but Allah means he killed so the subtitles are saying why he killed both of them killed V killed she killed both of them killed all of them killed you killed I killed we killed

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they go to a different classroom bada bada bada boom

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tomato tomato tomato tuna tuna blah he hit both of them hit them hit them ladies hit the children head we had you had I had we just be hitting his head head head

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so when I got some of these books, I was like I gotta teach this stuff and I saw khatola and I saw Dada I was like, You know what? NESARA he helped

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okay.

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So, what I want you to do is the words that I've given you.

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The way you have to do this is use page 18 From your head, who are home our home here home Ahana Anta Antiva Anton Auntie Antoine Dona Ana, national, one person will do the rasa then their partner will do NESARA then they'll do Taraba and then Tjahaja and you'll go back and forth until you're done you have five minutes come on. Everybody shouldn't be making noise Don't say another word about anything else don't make friends right now don't complain about your life just do this that's all

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bye

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last

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One.

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Some people say to themselves this is too hard for me. This is too much information I can't remember all of this is you lying to yourself. Stop defeating yourself

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have just do it

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two minutes

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right

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page 33 Everyone page 33

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The first thing I want you to know it okay times up whatever you did you Did Allah is the judge

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let me hear you say this you can look at it and do it with me if you're looking at page 33 We're gonna go this way just like the hula hoop my home. What is the first thing I want you to notice the gray boxes? Do you see who I am the gray box and the next one you see Houma and the next one you see home. So this is basically the page 18 chart over again. But this time we're learning which word goes with hooyah which one goes with Houma? Which one goes with home? Does everybody understand that? Okay, so let's read this out loud together. Because before tomorrow begins. This lives in your head forever. This needs to live in your head forever, who are not Saara with me not after me who

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are not Saara Huma NESARA whom NASA rule here NASA right. Houma NASA Rita who Nana Sarna and Salta and tomorrow NASA toma and Tom, Tom and Tina sort of tea and tomatoes or tuna and tuna sort of tuna ananas or two na na na na Okay, I'm gonna try a different word. You can keep looking at page 33 And do this with me. Who are Dada sa with me who are Dada sa Homa Dada sa home Dora su here Dora set, Huma Dora SATA. Hoonah, Doris na and the Rasta and Toma, Doris toma and Tom Doris stone and tea the rusty and Toma, Dora stoma and tuna daraz tuna, Anna Doris to know Doris now okay, is still for our last one. Hua Estelle Farah. Huma is still Farah home is still Faru here is still ferret Houma is

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still ferrata Hoonah is still foreigner under iStockphoto. And toma is still for toma and Tom is still for Tom and he is still for tea and toma is still for tuna and tuna is still for tuna. Anna is stock for two new estafa nah, got it.

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When you're trying to translate, first find the pronoun. I don't care what the means I don't care if it means helped or asked for forgiveness or struggled or fought or killed or whatever. I don't care about that. First, what do I care about first? The pronoun What non Arabic students look at iStockphoto or this is something about history far. Who cares? That means you don't know anything. You hear the EU first and the EU tells you what home they now you translate they ask for forgiveness. What is your first priority and affair and finding what first? The pronoun first who's the doer? Who's the dude that's your doer? It's inside the word find it and then translate. Don't

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just say oh, I know what that means. You don't know what that means. Not until you do that exercise now. What do I keep changing in the past tense? Do I change the beginning of the word or the end of the word. So if you want to figure out past tenses in the Quran, you have to learn to pay attention to the end and then match it to one of these. So for example, just as an oral exercise, if I say cooltone Quran uses the word cool, Tom. Yeah, listen again. Call Tom. Do you hear in the ending that sounds like one of these.

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I'm talking to some Tom and Tom, what call Tom so who said

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all of you said because somebody said they said and this is the most common mistake so I want to show it to you pull Tome and you said they said this is very common. Let me first tell you why you

00:50:00--> 00:50:04

made that mistake, I'll tell you because Tom is plural.

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And in your English mind, the plural goes with the word they. And in your English mind, the word you normally doesn't get used with the plural.

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So the moment you hear plural, your mind immediately goes to what? They you have to untrain that and say hey, tone comes from Waves follow the process, don't it behind it is what pronoun and Tom and then you have to consciously remind yourself, what does unto mean you all so what's the right answer here?

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You all said similarly, if I said quality, very common mistake you're gonna say she said, which is also wrong. Why are you gonna say she said quote, you recognize that quality is feminine. You recognize that it's feminine and in your English programmed mind, the moment you think feminine what first word comes in your head? She let's figure that problem out. Pulte, the sukoon and T comes from what pronoun

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emptiness or T and T culty. And T means what does it mean she

00:51:13--> 00:51:16

it means usually you said

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you said and it's a lady that said

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but if I said call let's

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call let's add

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is that something matching on page 33?

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Here NASA rut here car lot this is actually what she said. So the two two pronouns that are going to give you a lot of trouble and you'll make very common mistakes are going to be unknown

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and NT so you should put a little X on them or a mark on them because they will make you make mistakes this one statistically you will get this one wrong.

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But will you What will you say here? So you should probably right here not they

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not they? This is until is not this because this is I'm telling you after 1000s of students for two decades, this is this is a problem. And then the second problem is going to be necessity and you know what you should write in this box? Not she

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not she

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okay?

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This is where slip ups happen a lot

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with that in mind.

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Can you tell the difference between nasaga na

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and

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Na

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Na

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and the LF makes you sound it longer and you make it shorter? Right?

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Yes

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call it the C's don't ask me about colored I will say nothing. I will not ask you I will not tell you how we went from callers to call them and why did we say call them I will not tell you this? I will tell you this one day but for now it will remain a secret

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speaking of

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somebody answered this for me what does this mean? Who said

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everybody clear? You all said you can say y'all said it's okay I'll accept that as an as an acceptable translation Y'all said

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okay. Now for number three now Falco

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who who was hypocritical

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they prove it to me

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who an Africa

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who an Africa Houma now Africa home now for who?

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They were hypocritical. Okay. So while Lee

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who turned away

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y'all turned away. Y'all turn to it. How do I say I turned away? I'm curious. How do I say I turned away? I know what

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I thought were later, we turned away.

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Now I know where I want to hear the pronouns. I want to hear the pronoun we turned away.

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Note our Lena note our Li Na Anna

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an hour

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though I lay to

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who should he boo.

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I shouldn't have put this one here but it's okay. Means they I won't translate it because you're not ready for this one. You can't you can't digest this one yet. Okay.

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They were.

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They drank. I told you you can't handle it right? Because that's not what it means.

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Because you

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can't help yourself. Because you're like, I know the word shall Rob. So they drank? No oshri will means they were forced to drink or they were made to drink which you can't handle yet. So relax because

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according to them, who agreed? Who agreed they agreed they agreed they

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go to page 33 If you said they and look at what you wrote under certain What did you write? They're not they? You see why I made you write that they're a ha ha. According to them, they agreed Very good.

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You all agreed

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oh

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let me help you. Who are Kana Huma Karna homecare new here

00:55:59--> 00:56:05

Houma Canada and Honda I won't tell you but Hua Ghana just ends with ah

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this ends with ah

00:56:09--> 00:56:12

Hua he was gonna he was

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harlot

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who left

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she left she left harlot

00:56:30--> 00:56:32

GOSUB baton they earned

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they earn

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you all learned

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it oh,

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they

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stop it. Give other students a chance to they will find out where you parked your car and you will find slash tires.

00:56:57--> 00:56:58

It who

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they obey, they followed means they followed

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it the hive. Okay, this one doesn't have a hierarchy so I'll tell you how to call on it. Let me I don't know if I can draw it. I don't think I can draw it here. No, that's a highlighter. I don't have a marker tool. Let me let me write it for you. It have tea

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she

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she she

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she knows nobody says she does feminine.

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You took feminine because under authority you wrote what?

00:57:44--> 00:57:49

Nachi because that's what you Shetland comes to you at Dotty Pachi. Pachi you know you want to

00:57:51--> 00:57:53

that's what you put there are other Willa Himanshi

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Oh man, I don't know what I did with my okay.

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Why am I here on this page? 57 What am I doing here?

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Okay, here we are.

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Oh

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I will be impressed if you can do this one

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okay, the and the options are he what option is he? When option is you women. And the other option is those women.

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You sure? Good those women. Impressive.

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bahala na sukoon followed by NA by love na

00:58:47--> 00:58:48

Ballagh na

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them ladies reached the harinama and they became P those women became pure. They became pure and Belladonna means they reached those women reached

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that Alemu

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to Allah ma who learned

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we

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they

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Yeah, home to Alamo. You know what would be a really good exercise for you. That will make your Arabic really really good. From this page. Just this page. You know what you could do? I'll show you. You go back to number one right.

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And you say,

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and Tom call Tom home now. Felco untung tower Latham home oshi boo and Tom ACARA Tom, who are Kana here Hallett and Tom Kassab, Tom home it terbaru aunty it a healthy Hoonah Tata Hana Hana Bella Luna. What am I going to say for The Alamo?

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Home that Alamo loom tuna loom tuna.

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Them ladies, then ladies right? Right right

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

I

01:00:05--> 01:00:08

saved with the pronoun now said with the pronoun what's the pronoun?

01:00:09--> 01:00:35

And don't know what is that gonna mean them ladies are you ladies? You ladies blamed? You ladies blame this is from Sue accuser when the lady brought Yusuf alayhi salam and those ladies did their cycle thing and she said y'all were blaming me y'all ladies were blaming me. London nev that's the one you were blaming me about. Finale cola the Vatican container London nev. Luton nev or what? Two?

01:00:37--> 01:00:38

Yes, question.

01:00:39--> 01:00:48

Or answer? It was answered. Okay. Okay. I went to Anna I. It took a tuna Hoonah

01:00:50--> 01:00:51

Hana

01:00:53--> 01:00:54

and tuna

01:00:56--> 01:01:03

Do you see a tuna writers slapping you in the face? Right? They don't say oh Nancy and tuna. Half the tuna is already there.

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

It took a tuna if you women had Taqwa. If you women had Taqwa it means if

01:01:14--> 01:01:21

going oh, that's a hard one. Couldn't Nah it's funny. The answer is right in front of it. But anyway, couldn't

01:01:25--> 01:01:27

couldn't nah

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

they were Yes, they were them ladies. We're

01:01:38--> 01:01:38

gonna

01:01:44--> 01:01:45

convince them them ladies were.

01:01:53--> 01:01:54

Alba.

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Number two out of that.

01:01:58--> 01:02:03

She fed, she fed. This is used when mothers feed their babies.

01:02:04--> 01:02:07

Or that she fed?

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Good tea ba

01:02:11--> 01:02:17

Hua he I won't translate this. You're not ready for this one. Haluk? Nah

01:02:19--> 01:02:19

ha.

01:02:21--> 01:02:22

Can I repeat Hoonah?

01:02:26--> 01:02:34

It's irregular. So you're not ready for that yet? I just want you to see the ending but not the question with Guna. I'll tell you. The question with guna

01:02:36--> 01:02:57

is not the not part you can recognize. But how did you get the first part that's irregular and irregular are a separate chapter in Arabic studies. So right now I'm only focused on the ending. And then eventually, I teach you guys irregular conjugations and how they work in Arabic, which is a pretty cool subject.

01:02:58--> 01:03:00

So anyway, tell me about Haluk na.

01:03:02--> 01:03:06

This is those ladies or is it we? How do you know?

01:03:08--> 01:03:14

And remember that you can't say halacha you have to say Haluk. Now why is there a sukoon there?

01:03:16--> 01:03:30

He wants to leave he's took it away and never came back. Right? So all the other conjugations underneath that room maintain that silence. Okay, so there are three words together. A does zat whare. But one but

01:03:33--> 01:04:01

she, she and she at at at she shook she rose and she sprouted. This is referring to the earth because the earth according to the Arabs is feminine. Because they said So on page 13 out of this one of the words that's feminine. Talking about the Earth Allah says the earth shook a desert. What a but and it Rose was embittered, and then it sprouted. The plant came out.

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

Yeah.

01:04:07--> 01:04:09

I said you're not ready for Gudivada tour.

01:04:11--> 01:04:18

Or you're not ready for the translation, but you recognize the pronoun correctly. hasira A duniya. Well, Hirata

01:04:19--> 01:04:22

it's a typo hola que la Nadella quality ha

01:04:23--> 01:04:31

ha. He lost. He lost dunya and akhira he lost this world and that's what a loser

01:04:32--> 01:04:33

Casilla dunya well

01:04:38--> 01:04:59

like people who are you know, there's some sins are called shallot and some sins are called Ceja lessons have lots of words in Arabic but Shaohua are people are tempted by those things, money, lust, things that are tempting, you know, status, whatever those are shoutouts for human beings, see art or ugly deeds that don't bring

01:05:00--> 01:05:01

do anything in this life

01:05:02--> 01:05:40

when you when you backbite against someone when you make fun of someone when you when you like when you do those kinds of ugly deeds you lie against someone you spread rumors about someone you do that stuff does it bring you anything? Does it make you wealthier? Does it make you happier? Does it materially produce any good? You get nothing in dunya and you get nothing in? Ah ha ha sido dunya la cara there is some deeds people at least get some dunya somebody stole something they got something in dunya but destroyed their akhira Okay, they're half stupid. Their dunya smart and aka stupid, right? But then there are people who are dunya and akhira stupid. You're doing something that's

01:05:41--> 01:05:50

terrible for your dunya and for your Hara. Casilla dunya la cara Talica Hall Cusano movie that's the ultimate loss Allah says I Love Hina Manu

01:05:53--> 01:06:00

home they believed I knew they did good deeds. Ha ha

01:06:02--> 01:06:04

ha Very good.

01:06:05--> 01:06:11

Bassam who we talked about this yesterday had any cosmetic person move here or be him who argued about their rub?

01:06:12--> 01:06:17

They who are homeless or who are ah do who intended

01:06:19--> 01:06:20

they intended Yes.

01:06:21--> 01:06:22

Who do

01:06:23--> 01:06:32

we're not translating that yet? Because you're not ready. But can you see that there's a home there? Who at the end? Yeah. What about Jaya? Nah

01:06:33--> 01:06:39

we very good so going followed by nah that's we know sadhana Hara.

01:06:40--> 01:06:41

Who fell?

01:06:42--> 01:06:46

Who are our sound? If it was hard, right? What would it mean?

01:06:47--> 01:06:50

She felt here corporate

01:06:51--> 01:06:58

lockira not ready to translate yet but can you tell me the pronoun? Who are our sound at the end? Well, gee, let's

01:07:00--> 01:07:03

hear she was she let? Is she

01:07:04--> 01:07:06

going tone.

01:07:08--> 01:07:16

And Tom, all of you were you all were y'all were okay. This is not my last name. This is an Arabic word.

01:07:17--> 01:07:19

Means he was dishonest.

01:07:20--> 01:07:30

Okay, this is not it's not normally Hana. as well. Hannah means he was dishonest. What is her net mean?

01:07:31--> 01:07:33

She was dishonest harder time in.

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Both those ladies were dishonest for HANA Tahoma fella Munir and home Amina Allah He che our keynote hola Rama adapalene in Surah tota Hareem. Allah says both of those ladies were dishonest to both of those men. Who is he talking about both them ladies dishonest to both the men.

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Good new Halle CERAM and autolysosomes wives. Were both dishonest to new hand Luther laser and for Honda Homer. Okay, Honda.

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in need, I will do that I will do.

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Who invited? I invited? Okay, I have five minutes to teach you something super duper powerful. And then we'll review it after salah I have an important announcement for you too. There are 100 a lot. Lots of people here, there are about 121 of you that did not work or were not able to pay their $100 tuition for the course in person. I'm just letting you guys know what the policy when I started BNI. I started it in 2005. When I was teaching this this Arabic class I've been teaching since 2000. All I've conducted over 150 times. And when I first started it before the age of social media marketing and all this other stuff, I just go to a community and teach. I had a policy. And in 2000, when I

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started it, my policy was the tuition for this course is going to be $100 for anybody who can afford it. And if you can't afford it, then I'm not going to ask. You could just walk into the class and sit down. There's no, it's an honor system. People know if they can afford it. And people know if they can't afford it. I felt that if I couldn't afford it, and I was trying to come to a class and somebody said, Are you going to pay or not pay? It would be an embarrassing question. And I feel like it's an undignified thing to do like if someone can't afford it, or they can't afford it for all of their family members or things like that. So I made this policy back in 2000. Right when I

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wasn't even finished with my education myself, but I was like, You know what, this is gonna work. Leave it and then there were other people that were doing other Islamic projects. They're like, No, no, you have to have wristbands, and you have to have ID tags and you have to have metal detectors and scanners and you have to have barcodes and you have to have like, turnstiles like in the subway in New York before you can let people in to make sure that everybody came in does is what is paid and registered like no, let's just

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due in honor system, Muslims are learning Quran, they're not going to be dishonest. Let's just go with it right. And everybody told me this is the stupidest idea. You don't know, Muslims.

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Nobody's gonna pay, everybody's just gonna get a free ride, you're not gonna have anything.

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But I developed this policy, I was like, okay, By the third day of class, I'll have a head count of how many people are here. And we'll know how many people pay their tuition and how many didn't pay their tuition, right. And we'll know the difference. And I'll just make an announcement and I'll say, hey, like I'm making now 121 students were not able to or forgot to pay their tuition for whatever reason. If you'd like to sponsor a member of your own community, to give their to help them with their tuition, I'd encourage you to do that. Because anywhere I go in the world, I say every community should support their own. And if you just decided that, no, I just I don't want to give

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that. That's fine. That's your decision. This has nothing to do with me. Right? And what's amazing about this experience, I taught this course I told you about 150 times, you know, what percentage of tuition collections there was the entire program 98% 98% You know what that tells me? Muslims can operate with goodwill.

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And a lot of people actually came up to me and said, You know, I wasn't going to pay the tuition. But when you said somebody else is going to sponsor me,

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I was like, I'm not gonna let somebody smile, I'm gonna pay my tuition myself. Okay, so they've put a gun to Alena, can you put the barcode up. Inshallah, if you'd like to sponsor students, you can actually leave the barcode, before I give you a break, I'll take five more minutes teach you something new. I'll leave a bar code. For those of you who'd like to sponsor a student, or even if you'd anonymously like to sponsor yourself, just do that.

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Okay. And of course, for the online students, I made the announcement that it's free. I know. And I'll tell you something, this is not out of humility. This is out of a reality I've taught at university, I've taught this course at colleges, I had a job as a professor at a college before too. I know what I'm teaching you. What I'm teaching you is about three semesters of Arabic worth of Arabic, three University semesters worth of Arabic. And I know that in universities in the world, or even as an institution, other than Islamic education, Arabic education, this is worth a premium price. But I don't care. That's not what I'm doing this for. I just want this to become common

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knowledge. However, there should be some investment for those who come and put their time in, because I believe people put time and effort in when there's something that they've paid for. Also, because much of these funds actually go towards supporting the masjid that helped make this happen. The screens the installations, the stage that was set up the lights that have been set up the carpet that's been laid down so that the there's not too much echo in the class to cover the acoustics, the curtains, where do you think all of that is coming from? Right? So if we start supporting our own programs, then other programs can happen and more and more quality can be added. And that's just how

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education should work in my opinion anyway. So what do you know about QA?

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QA means what?

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Okay, what status? Is it?

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Okay, watch this.

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How many words do you see?

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You see two words. What's the attached pronoun here?

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Watch this. This is This is magic.

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I want you to pretend that once you recognize it, do you recognize it attach pronoun. Once you recognize it, pretend it's not there.

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I want you to force your brain to pretend it's not there. And then what do you have left? NASA. Once you have NASA, how do you translate it?

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He helped. Yes, he helped. Now that you've translated that part, don't go back. That's good. Now you can add QA in your translation. He helped you.

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He helped you Okay.

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Step one, recognize and attach pronoun if there is one. Yes. Step two. What did I say? I've emphasized it step two, what? Ignore the attached pronoun it pretend it's not there. Then find the answer. When you found the answer, then you can pay attention to the attached pronoun. If you don't follow these steps again, what does this mean? What does this mean?

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He helped you if you don't follow these steps outside just steps, steps steps. I'm so quick watch this guy means you nasaka You helped.

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You see what you just did?

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What did it actually mean?

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He helped you and what did you turn it into?

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Oh, God means the soybeans helped Commons you nasaka I've got word salad. You helped

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process again, you tell me the process now what's step one?

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Identify the non od pronoun. No, no, no.

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Identify the attached pronoun. Now attach pronouns are they always going to be there? No. Sometimes you just have Nosara

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sometimes you just have Nosara but sometimes you have

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Allah. Allah means

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to teach. Okay? Allah met

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me. Let's do that

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okay, that's better. That's better. That's clear. I love it now. For Step one, what was step one?

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If there is an attached pronoun find it. Is there an attached pronoun? Where is it? What's step two?

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So what's left? If you ignore it, ignore the attachment or what do you get left? I love math. I love math. Yes. Okay. I love it according to what you learn means who taught.

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She taught? Now you have part of the correct answer. Do not go back and change that answer she taught is correct. Now you may look at what knee What does knee mean? What does this whole thing mean? She taught me if you don't follow this process, what genius answer will you give me? I taught?

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I taught you understand. Follow this process and amazing doors will open up because we're just not thorough. Which means why what is the salamin

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he helped. Okay. nassarawa Who? He helped him. NASA Houma. He helped both of them NASA home, he helped them. NASA Raha he helped her NASA Rahama he helped both those ladies and saraha he helped them lady that's not aka he helped you. That's not our coma. He'll both of you. That's not our come here to all of you. That's what our key helped you lady. That's not gonna help both you ladies and son are gonna help all you ladies. NESARA knee he helped me Nosara Nah, he helped us. That was 14

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then you could do the whole thing with Massara NESARA to she helped him NESARA toma she helped her oh my god, this is crazy. This is 14 times 14 possibilities. This is 256 sentences in one goal.

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Does it sane? You could just watch this wild how much you can learn just from just a little bit of math in Arabic. It's such a mathematical language that just because you know NESARA and you know attached pronouns. Now you know how to make over a well over 100 sentences just on its own. Just it's pretty crazy, but you got to follow the steps. The thing is you got to follow the steps. Okay, so we're gonna leave the screen on for the sponsorships. If you'd like to do them inshallah. And when we come back from Maghrib I'm going to practice this loads and loads with you