Dream Big – Arabic Intensive – Day 8

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Smilla it's time right? We have a minute.

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This without 100 AHIMA hamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah. While the early he was happy here Jemaine salaam aleikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh. I would like to start today by reviewing the past tense just a little bit, just some finishing touches on the past tense. Just making sure you guys know what to do with it. Also making you aware that

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the what I taught you works at the basic level, but there are other levels of past tense, right but at the basic level, what I gave you works. So what I gave you yesterday and you have to help me put this review together. What I gave you yesterday is when you're trying to identify what the what does the past tense mean? You have to look at the ending right? So who are NESARA? What's the ending that gives away that it's he helped the Assam Houma NESARA what gives away that it's both of them,

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and whom Nussle rule, what part is telling you they are home the UI here NESARA. What tells you that it's she

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at now, let's pause there for a second on she and I want to show you something

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make it a little bigger

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and change the font for you.

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Read the first one for me.

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Nuts. All right, second one. No, sorta second, third one. Good. Last one.

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Okay, if I wrote that without the markings, they look identical.

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You notice that? Okay,

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the thing I want you to note is

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students at the beginners level, tend to become a little bit careless. What that means is, you see any one of these and your mind immediately goes to one of them that you like more than the others.

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Some of you really like the sorta like it's your favorite. So whether it says NASA rot, or it says NASA T or it says NASA to something in your brain says I'm looking at NASA data because that's my favorite one.

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Some of you are inclined towards the feminine gender NASA right? So whether you see no sorta or necessity or no sell to what a chateau unconvince you What are you looking at? Nuts. All right. So when you see the TA, you get messed up. Like, for example, yesterday I said that was one of the tests or one of the quiz questions or the exercise questions was way too many and this has an attached pronoun. Yeah, and when you get rid of the attached pronoun, you're left with this. And a bunch of you said she

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immediate thought was she now let me put those words again. Now

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Azarath, NASA, NASA, T and NASA to do they all mean different things. NASA that means what she helped NASA ta means you helped NASA T means feminine. You helped and NASA to means I helped. Okay, now what? A lot of you jumped? When you heard a waiter you jumped to she helped. Why? Because you see the TA. And apparently your favorite word among the four is which one? nassarawa Tiroler. I see. I don't want to think anymore.

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But if you stop and pause, what would you discover is the actual match for a way? Ta

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now sada ta Anta

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I'm pointing this out to you, because this is a common mistake many of you make. You're not the first to make them there have been 1000s before you that have made them. So you have a tendency to make the same mistake. So watch out for it. I'm, I'm pointing out to you the places where you end up slipping up, right? So this is one of those places where you end up slipping up, okay.

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Now, another place you slip up

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I say who disbelieved. And a very common answer that students give me when I say who disbelieved is she disbelieved. Okay? She disbelieved Now, why this is the wrong answer. But I want you to understand why is this such a common wrong answer? Why do so many students over 50% of beginner students end up giving this wrong answer for this question. There is a statistical reason here. I want you to be aware of that. So you can avoid that mistake for yourself. Cafferty is the feminine you isn't it?

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It's the feminine you. And in the English language, feminine. Immediately. Where does your subconscious mind what word pops in your head the moment you think feminine? That's why you say she

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because the English language doesn't have a feminine version of you.

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It has a feminine version of he, which is what she but it doesn't have a feminine version of you.

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It's just you.

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But in Arabic, there are six different use you both of you, all of you feminine you both of you, women, all of you women, it's six us. That's not something we're subconsciously used to in English. So the moment we think feminine, the mind says, Oh, I know she. And that's a mistake. If this was she, it would have actually been

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careful, right?

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She disbelieved. You understand? So two possible places of common error I've identified for you. Yeah, these are these are pitfalls. This is the this is the thing that can be our students make these mistakes. The problem also with you, folks, I blame you is your dramatic. So what happens is you make one of mistakes. A mistake like this one, you're like, forget it. I don't understand anything.

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After it's too much.

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Well, you're it's one confused, one can not all of Arabic didn't fall apart. It's not Jenga blocks that you pulled a long block, and the whole thing fell apart. It's not it's not a house of cards. It's one mistake, don't drama, dramatize it into, I just don't understand anything anymore. No, you don't understand one issue.

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Don't take one issue and make it everything.

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So what happens then is you end up overwhelming yourself. And when you overwhelm yourself, your brain stops working. And even the problems that were easy, now become difficult, because you've already told yourself, it's difficult. Let me tell you something about you probably already know this. Those of you that have played sports before, sports are have a lot to do with athletic ability. But equally sports actually have to do with psychology.

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Sports. Every great team in the world in any sport has a sports psychologist. They actually have a sports psychologist. If you get under the skin of your opponent,

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if you get them anxious or nervous, or

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their normal performance goes away, doesn't it?

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And some of you aren't athletes, but you're gamers how many gamers here I'm a gamer. If you're scared of a boss, and you're scared to attack, you're gonna get crushed every time until you let go of that fear and you'll learn to end even though you lose, you won't lose as badly until you just overcome the nervous agitation. There's a nervous agitation inside you that paralyzes you from learning. I want you to get past that in your Arabic studies make mistakes, it's okay. But don't let those mistakes be like the end of the world for yourself. You understand? That's, that's an important thing. I want you because you know, information is piling up and you understood 70%

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Then you 5% You don't you got a little confused you say, you know, sir, I just don't understand anything I just gave up. No, you were doing fine with 70%, you have a problem from 71 to 75%. That's the part you have a problem. Don't exaggerate that and say, I don't get anything. This kind of negative self talk paralyzes you, it hurts you. It keeps you from learning, right? And so this is something that I've noticed in students quite a bit. And it's important that you address that. Okay. Now,

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another small complication.

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This is something I teach much later. But because this is so common in the Quran, I need you to know from the beginning, okay, even though this is not, this is not an official lesson right now. I just need you to know some things that happen in Arabic that are weird. How do they work? That's a whole study later on. But for now, just some things I said. NESARA, right. You know what syllables are different separate sounds Na, Sa ra? How many separate sounds Did you hear? Three syllables. When I say kala. How many syllables? Did you hear?

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A lot two syllables, isn't it? That's two syllables. Sometimes some verbs some past tenses are two syllables. They're not three syllables. They're two syllables. And that makes them a little bit trickier. So, for example,

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I can't give you that one yet. That'll hurt your feelings. Okay, let's start with Carla. The thing is, who are Karla Hua Carla Hua Khanna, two two syllables, three syllables. Two syllables. So who Arcana Houma? What do you think? Ca Na, home?

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New Same thing here. Ka nut, Homer. ka na ta then once you get to Hoonah what the Arabs wanted was a sukoon. Because they want to learn to shut up, remember? And then they want to add na and that will become Ghana. That's what that would become theoretically. And Carla, when you get to OneNote would be call now.

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That's what it would be theoretically right? But the Arabs 1000s of years ago said we don't want a long sound followed by a sukoon it doesn't happen in Arabic.

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In the middle of a word, you can't do it. You can't do call now. We don't like it.

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And they say it's one syllable anyway. And the word the letter that's causing a problem is the Elif?

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That's the word that's that's the elephant causing this problem. You know what? Khulna?

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Problem solved. We don't want the LF anymore. When we got to Hana, the Elif, popped away. But how do you know it's Kulina and not ulna and not? kinah? You don't know. I know. Just trust me. Okay. It's not always going to be cold. Now. Sometimes it's going to be good.

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Sometimes there's going to be, you know, 5050 Ha, ha ha, they'll become a Hefner. It'll change but I just want you to know if you see a two syllable word, instead of a three syllable word. Probably the middle letter got dropped out, because it just wasn't working. Okay, so now let's try kinda again who are kinda Homer Karna home can look kinda means he was kinda means what? He was home Arcana. Both of them were home cow knew what does that mean? They were here cannot

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she was hamaca Natal.

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Them ladies. Both of those ladies were Hoonah

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they were going to do Kana they don't do that. What letter will they get rid of?

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So it will just become Kana is basically going nah, gone. Nah. But then the Nunes same letter might as well just, you know, put them together. Good now. Okay. Now, once you solve Hoonah you've solved everything else already.

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So it will be Anta going da it's not going to be canta

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it's going to be why

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going to ANOVA going to mA and Tom, quantum quantum this happened. This is the thing that's happening when you have two syllable words. This is again, not an official study. I'm just telling you this happens so much in the Quran. You should at least know what's going on over here. And these kinds of cases, okay. These are called irregularities. Okay, these are irregularities and there are six different kinds of irregularities. This is one of them. Okay, and I teach each irregularity as a chapter and we try to understand how those irregularities work. Yes, sir.

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Good job. How do you differentiate this Goodna? From Antonia becomes

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Guna. Very good. The another becomes guna isn't attached pronoun is it not?

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Does not mean it's always attached to the end of a word.

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But this Goodna Isn't it always at the end of a word? This one? And this one is a funeral. Does that mean it's at the end of a word? No, it means it's an independent word. If it's standing by itself, it can't be from Montana.

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If it's at the end of a word, then it's from Montana. So the language is designed to protect from confusion, you see. So automatically, you'll just know if you see for example, in the Quran, in Ghana, Nissa and the central Quran. Is this from tuna or is this the federal,

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the federal, but if I say

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it's not in the Quran, but I'm just throwing it out there to Bukovina. Who do you think? Is the federal or is this from Montana? This is from Montana was attached pronoun. Okay, so just the way the language is designed, even if it's the same spelling, you don't confuse it with each other. Okay. Now.

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tiny little complication, then we this is not official lesson. If you're confused about it, that's okay. You're supposed to be confused. This is complicated stuff. But I'm giving you some extracurricular juicy bits. Then we'll go back back to the official curriculum, this so this you won't even find this in the transcripts? Because I don't want this hurt in your head. So the Arab word is hada. Yeah, don't write this down. It's what had I Yeah. So there are three vowels in Arabic. I live. Wow. And yeah, those are vowel letters. I live. Wow. And yeah. If your last letter is one of them, like hallelujah, or that our

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the Arabs don't like to do that. They don't like to say hi Daya and Dawa. So they say this, let's replace this vowel who they are with a much by the way, if it's Yeah, who's the doer?

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Who is the doer and hada? Yeah. He, and who's the doer? And that Iowa? He because our ending is like NESARA, isn't it? But the Arabs don't like vowels at the end? To be Yeah, and while so they replace this vowel with a vowel that will sound nicer. So what they do is they say, haha,

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instead of saying how they are, they say what? hada and it still means he guided?

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It actually still means he this is a little bit confusing, because you remember reading

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NESARA when you hear an extra R, it means how many? Both of them? How will you not confuse this with both of them? You see how many letters This is

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the letters, which means the third letter is not the the Elif gets added as the fourth letter, doesn't it? This is the third letter, so this is still within the range. Again, there's more to it, but I'm simplifying it at your level right now. So huddart means what he guided, they're not gonna say that our he invited, they're not gonna say that, what sounds a lot better than that our

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da, and that means he invited he invited, okay.

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100 Don't worry about the conjugations. If you want to do the whole chart, it'll give you a headache. This is not the time. Okay, that's that's

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this, this is what causes a lot of depression, clinical depression among Arabic students, the irregulars, but I wanted you to know what's ahead of you. So you're ready for future trauma. But from now, okay, let's get back to our original work. Yesterday, I taught you the endings of the past tense. You're responsible for to know them from now.

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I taught you two additional concepts. One additional concept was Yeah, question. Yes. mentioned if you have a left while Yeah, at the end, then there's no like at the end. Well, if Wow. And yeah, they don't like they just allow in the Yeah. Within a live in the past tense. Yeah. Okay. Go on. Good. Okay.

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So, I taught you two additional concepts yesterday. One additional concept was when you attach a pronoun to a filter, you have to follow a process to make sure you get the meaning right. Do you recall that process?

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Identify the watch.

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Not identify the pronoun is the wrong thing to say.

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Identify the attached pronoun.

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Identify the attachment

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Because the field itself also has a pronoun, so if you say identify the pronoun, oh my god, disaster, identify the attachment and if you find one, then what do you do? You ignore it, then you translate the opening field, whatever the doer was. And finally you can translate the attached pronoun which was supposed to be in a sub status. Okay, that was the process. That was one concept in addition to federal mildy, the past tense that I taught you. The second concept that I taught you is sometimes the Arabs like to use an outside doer. Towards the end of yesterday, I introduced you to the concept of the outside doer. What does outside Doer mean? I don't want he she, they you iwi

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to be the doer. I want let's say the Muslims to be the doer or the teacher to be the doer or the car to be the doer or even Allah to be the doer. I want somebody mentioned by name, like a noun, not a pronoun, a noun to be the door. How do I do that? You make them an outside door. Well, how do you make an outside door in Arabic? You follow two things one, the fear itself has to be what version one or the other.

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Whoever version or here version so from what we memorize it's got to be either the nasaga version or the Nusselt version that it's got to be one of those two. And then the outside Doer has to be aware

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sometime after could be immediately after it could be two words after it could be three words after that's okay. But what status does it have to be

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for means so Carla

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law home

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farming so what does color mean?

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He said, Very good. What kind of word Islam

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bah bah cough now what is that? Which means that the word home

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is what status is job. Now Carla is what version whoever's in here version Anta version know what version is that? If it's whoever version, I should look for an outside door, maybe I will find one. Maybe I won't. If I don't find one. The answer is Hua. If I find one, then the answer is whatever I find. How do I find an outside door? It has to be after and what status refer? Is there an outside door? Where

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the word Allah, how do we translate this?

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So far means so

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Allah said, law home What do you think that means? said to them, so Allah said to them, so Allah said to them, you figured out all the pieces for Carla and then Allah who is the outside doer and then law whom you added it to it? So Allah said to them, okay

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you could * out Hola. Hola homies. Good Arabic. Yeah

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Kamala Khan Allahu

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Allah Khan Allahu wa ala Cummins created Can you translate Calaca for me who created

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He? He created? What's the attached pronoun here that you had to ignore? What does not mean?

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us so when you transit Hala Khanna what does it mean? He created us? Is the word Allah qualified here in the sentence as an outside doer. What qualifies it?

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Okay, after in refer is one part. What's the other part? You can't even have an outside door if the fear itself is not ready to accept it? What kind of fit in accepts an outside door? Who are in here is halacha Hua virgin? Yeah, translate this for me.

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Allah created us. Hello Can Allahu Allah created us? Okay. Nicely done.

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Those were the two lessons. Additional two past tense that I taught you yesterday. One, the attached pronoun to the outside, doer. These two lessons don't just work for past tense. These two lessons work for present tense, same way. These two lessons will one of them attachment will even work for commands and other kinds of field. It works throughout. It's great. You don't have to relearn any of this. It stays. Same rule. Same formula, same same problem, same solution, but today I'm not going to talk about the past tense that's in the past. Today I'm going to talk to you about the present tense and the present tense is good.

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Rage because it, it covers the present and the future. It actually covers the present and the future. Okay. Now, let's start with a little exercise. Yeah.

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Who out here? But the examples you gave are also covering human who were in the same page, right? Like, which page are you looking at? Show me what 42 Muslim said.

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Muslim said. PAGE 43 Oh, okay. Yeah. Should be 30 something right? It's 4343 43. Okay, examples. Let's go through these examples. Let's do that.

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Carla, in the first line. This is page 43. Everyone. Carla the first line? Caller the second line? Caller the third line. So far so good.

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It's he said, he said and he said in all three years.

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And what's the condition for the replacing word?

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After No, well, the first word has to be who are here fine. The second word has to be what two things

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is mostly moon after and refer.

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A Muslim said the first one is clear. Okay, muesli Manny? Can you tell me the status number gender and type of Muslim Ivani for properties right every SMS for properties? What are the four properties of mostly money?

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Refer to everybody remembers that? Mostly my knees to refer. So the number the status is referred the number is to the gender is masculine. And the type is is there a law on it? So it's common. It's common, yes. Okay. So my only concern was in this grammar. My only concern was it should be after and it should be rough. Did I care if it's one two or three? That I asked that question? Irrelevant doesn't matter. So what is mostly mainly mean

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to Muslims are is the word to Muslims qualified as an outside Doer

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the to Muslims out the word who are has been fired.

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The word Hua has been fired. Whenever you have an outside Doer the Hua has been outsourced. His job has been outsourced. Literally. Carla musli Munna did the same thing happened.

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Did Allah meet is it the kind of Farrell that should take an outside door? Is it possible? Yeah, it's the WHO aversion is mostly Munna, Rafa. Okay, well then translate Muslim Munna properly and make it the doer.

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Muslims said Muslims said make sense.

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That's right. It's not going to be Carlu Muslim Munna. It's going to be Karla Muslim Mona. That's what it's going to be. Okay. Everybody clear about that? Okay.

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All right. Not that. Okay. Let me give you a word. Say it for me more than more than okay. Muslim.

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More I live.

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I'm giving you words. Hope. I'm giving you words. Hopefully you know something about them. Okay. Let's try.

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What else do you know? You don't know a lot. Okay, Mustafa. Yeah. Okay, good enough for Well, then. Who's that? Who's one of them?

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The guy who gives the non

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Muslim the guy who is slums?

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Why Lim, the guy who I know teachers, Mustafa, the guy who what? Everybody knows that. Listen to me say these words one more time.

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But listen carefully. I'm going to change how they sound. It's just an oral exercise. It's a listening exercise. Okay. I'm gonna say the first word of the new

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limo. Or a limo. Oosa fiero stayed with me. Who are the new US limo? Or I limo? Oosa funeral. What did I do?

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I replaced the meme with an olive. Check this out. You don't know if this is the guy who gives the event you already knew that. Okay, who Avena means I give the Athan. It's a whole sentence who have you know means what? I give the event

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loosely means

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I accept Islam.

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Or I LIMU means

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I teach Oosa few domains. I travel. Pretty sweet. Okay, let me do this again. New

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The new new slim new Alaimo New sofiero

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New Aveeno we give the Advan new slim.

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We accept a slob, new I Lemo with each new sofiero

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we travel

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past tenses keep on changing the word at the end. Don't they present tenses keep on changing the letter in the beginning

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different things different animal. That's the best way to not confuse the past tense with the present tense. The past tense is at the end. And the present tense is a new beginning. Literally. Okay. It's always the beginning. Okay, now a

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couple of introductory points.

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First, the first letter what I give you and what else did I give? You? Know? Yeah, sometimes it's Oh, and sometimes it's ah,

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sometimes it's Oh, and sometimes it's and sometimes it's new and sometimes it's not, but you don't decide.

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You don't decide if it's or new or not. The Arabs already decided that for you. So if they say Oosa Pharaoh, you are means I travel you don't get to say One day I'm in the mood to say as half Euro

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that's Punjabi that is not Arabic.

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If they say Well, I live who means what?

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I teach and you say no, no, no, I like a limo. Limo. No, that's Bahasa, but that's not Arabic. Whatever sound they gave you is the sound you have to keep and if it was oh I Lemo then the Wii the Wii version the new version will be new I Lemo you cannot say oh I live and then say nah I limo. If they gave you a sound you stick with the same sound. So watch this. I do Rusu means I study a glue in Arabic means what? I study how do I say we study now you don't say noodle soup? You have to say what not was once you have the sound respect that sound and every replacement will be the same kind of sound you with me so far? Okay. So now we know to our means what are our Oh in the beginning

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means what? i And now are new in the beginning means what?

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I stole for Allah.

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I seek forgiveness of Allah. How do I say we seek forgiveness of Allah naphthol COVID Allah NuSTAR are all we live in a shaitana regime?

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I seek refuge We seek refuge now although we live in a shade regime. Cool

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Naboo do who do who worships we worship How do I say you I worship? I will do will ya Are you hell calf your own law?

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I will do tell them I don't worship what you worship now. How do I say we don't worship

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now normally do

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some of the stuff you already know you're like oh, I know that lined

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up doggy.

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Feel like Arabic is like this pigeon you've been trying to catch like Gotcha. As though federal law.

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Okay, so you got two letters are and now you you hear the heartbeat every week. You're the heartbeat of every week. And right before you go in your coma.

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You hear in Alhamdulillah? Allah the NA model who were Nesta, you know who were Nestel Pharaoh who were new movie he were not our Curlew Allah He were Nehru Billa Himanshu Rudy and fusina al Amin say at the

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alchemist salah.

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You guys have the most horrible cough experience every Friday. This is why you resigned so took a half and then you go in the cave of the Masjid.

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My favorite is the students that are like in class and to sometimes the hottie like as a Habib, I like to make eye contact with the sleepiest person. Like first I scan the room for the sleepiest personally.

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And then I make direct eye contact with that guy, and he's like, Oh, no, he's looking at me. So then he's like,

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you know, he's, he's fighting his eyes

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and then some of them come

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Word solutions like think they come up with really good solutions to like, save their dignity and get their sleep so they're like

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they're so spiritually moved, they traveled to another spiritual realm

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as my most traumatic experience I think they asked me to do a Deus for two hours on like 30 ayat of surah Al Baqarah in like one of the Kiama lives in New York it was like 1130 at night people are tired man. No no no we do it is one of the art nights I was like yeah, okay. So I start giving the translating translating translating I'm doing with us this is Brother sitting in the front row right he's first he's sitting

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then he then he then he's doing this things that he's doing this

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then he's doing this

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I kid you not.

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And then he was gone and he was snoring louder than my mic and he was in the front row laid out

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it's like it looked like one of those evolution diagrams

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so our own means what

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I in the beginning now or no means we okay.

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Yeah, what's your question?

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not that's not a present tense. That's a good thing you asked when they say chemo salah they say something else. Not this lesson.

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That's later maybe tomorrow day after maybe? Okay.

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Nope, nope. Nope. Make us too far. Say a stop for Allah that one works

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for you.

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Are all the Billa Stanford Allah stay with stay in your neighborhood. Okay, so

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he got a little too excited. Okay, just teach you how to ride a tricycle. You want to jump on the highway like run alright. How easy easy okay, now I'm going to take the word

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I help unsolo means I help anybody want to guess. How do you say? We help?

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Non soul. We help. Nicely done unsolo I help non solo we help. I'll give you a third one.

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Young solo. He helps. Yong Su means what? For some reason, the Arabs decided that a ja in the beginning means he

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don't ask me. I didn't come up with it. Yeah means what? He saw when they say you are a limo. Who teaches? It's not you or limo.

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It's here a limo. Okay. So you are limo means what? He teaches you our limo. Okay, let's convert your limo. How do I say I teach?

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Is it a limo? Or is it or a limo? Why is it or a limo and not a limo?

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Once you have a sound, all the versions will have the same sound that's not up to you. You don't get to mess with it. Okay, so how do I say we teach

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new I Lemo. So it would be wrong to say on sudo on the top line or non sudo or Eunsu I don't know what that language is. It's not Arabic. And if you say on the bottom line, I LIMU na Lima Lima that's not Arabic. So it's going to be either r or EU but decided by who? The Arabs and why did they decided that's a later course. Then you will I expect my students to know when is it on? When is it Oh, when is it nine? When is it new? I expect them to know that when they learned a little bit of salt. Well, right now that's not the case. Okay. Now, we've got three and the yeah means what?

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Okay, now, let me ask you this. What does it mean?

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Have you come across any in this course?

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You know what means? I think it means to.

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I think it means to what do you think goona means?

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I think it means plural. Are

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you okay with that? Okay, what do you think? Nah, just enough.

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Actually sukoon pause.

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Plus, know, what do you think that means? Like Na Na Hoona Antonio na na na, what do you think that means?

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Yeah, them, ladies.

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I'm just showing you three endings. Annie Guna. And now, let me say that again, Annie, ona and now okay

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what does Jung Soo mean?

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How many is he helps

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one person he's one person. Okay? What if I added it to him?

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That would be what part of this word think about this like this? What part of this word is he?

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Yeah, what part of this word multiplied it by two?

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Annie? What did the answer become?

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Both of them help.

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So it's the YA means what? He the army makes it multiplied by two. What if I wanted to multiply by plural? What do you think I should do?

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Jung Soo Runa sorry Jung Soo Runa. What would that mean?

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They help them. How did you get that answer? The yellow part means what? He what? And multiplied by plural. Where did the multiply by plural came from? So what's the plural of he? They they help? Okay. And then there is

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your answer.

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Now, no. Young sore. Nah. Okay. What do you think this means?

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Well, Jung Soo means he helps. And now means plural. Feminine. They them ladies. What's positive times negative?

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Negative? What's masculine times feminine in this case?

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Feminine. You know what this means? Them ladies help

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them ladies help. What I'm trying to tell you is there are four kinds of ya. Four kinds of what Yeah, watch this. There's ya by itself. Which means he don't like this. Just watch ya by itself means what? He YA plus Annie at the end? What does that mean?

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Two of them. Both of them. Yeah, plus, what do you think I'm gonna say? Oh, no. What does that mean?

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Yeah, plus nah.

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They've had

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four kinds of yeah, let's say them together. Yeah, by itself said

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Yeah, with Annie. Yeah, with una Yeah, with Na. Yeah, by itself. Yeah. With Ernie with una yeah with now Okay, now normally it is not and don't take pictures. No, no, no. How many beginnings do we know

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the first beginning was or Oh, the second one is what now or? No? Okay, the third one is what yah or you then there's three more years what are the three more years yeah with Annie ja with ona and yeah with now okay let's try something.

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I say you do Rusu means he studies okay work with me here yeah those who he studies how do I say I study

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at Rusu I study how do I say we study Good job. Now that also means we study care. Careful before you answer how do I say both of them study what beginning? What ending?

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Yeah, Drew. Yeah drew Sunny. Both of them study. They study your drew Suna.

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Those ladies study

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Your Grace. Remember the ladies like to shut the word up before they come over. Same thing in the past. Same thing in the present. It's a timeless phenomenon. You have grace now. Okay. Okay. Let's try.

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You mean no. You mean no means he believes you know means what? He believes okay. I believe

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you mean no. So Oh, me No. Good job. Oh, me. No, we believe Newt Meenu both of them. Believe both of them believe what beginning what ending first tell me that. You're beginning and

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what does that mean? Say it You mean it You mean it means what?

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They both believe. How do I say they believe

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that Likkle K tabula rasa V or the little matcha tea in

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Hola Xena

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Ah you mean una yeah beginning and owner ending because they were you ki Munna A sada well me Mara Zack now home, Yun fi Kona?

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While Latina. You mean una Bhima on Zillow. Ilica will be mountains hidden in public will be at home. You can Luna

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huh? Yeah. Beginning end. When are they? Okay, let's try another Surah maybe maybe you'll get something or a to levy.

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You can the Boo.

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You can the boy who lies against the dean. From what you just learned how many kinds of yar are there? For one of them? Yeah by itself is what does it mean? He lies against the Dean Yuka Zb Dean further Lika. Lovey

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door. Oh, yeah. Did you hear any extra endings or just Yeah. Who pushes the orphan? He pushes the orphan while Ah, yeah, hobo? Well, yeah. Howto

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he doesn't encourage feeding the poor

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for your little mousseline. Alladhina Herman salatu, hymns Sahana Alladhina. Home

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you're all una Yura una

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Yeah, beginning means he una makes it

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plural. Never say owner means they never say that. Five minutes from now you will know why and you never say that. What must you always say where do I always take you first?

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Yeah, beginning and Hoonah ending What is your beginning mean? He una is the plural of he so they Euro una they show off? Wha Okay. Alladhina whom Euro una wa

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Yumna una Yumna una is that he? I you we which one is that? They How did you get today? Again? Always give me the whole thing. Yeah, beginning or ending? What is the wrong thing to say?

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Well that means there

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that it because it does not. As you will see in a couple of minutes. How many kinds of y'all are there?

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Good job. How many beginnings do we knows or nations do we know so far? Six. I live our Oh, I now are new. We ya are you

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what does it mean? He ya with Annie.

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Both of them Yahweh una all of them ya with nah.

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Then ladies, okay, here's your fourth one. Or your fourth letter.

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Say that for me.

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Good dad. Rusu you study. That also means you study.

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There's four kinds of

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remember there are four kinds of Yeah.

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I'm gonna copy paste that and say there are four kinds of TA What do you think the next kind of di is going to be?

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Ta with.

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So if Tadros who means you study that Guru Sani

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No, no, no not they both what a star mean? What a star mean? You

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You see why you have to go to the beginning every time because if you say it means both wrong ya with Annie. Both of them. Ta with Annie. Both of you now drew sunnah that drew sooner what is the term in

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ta means you what is the owner do to it?

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What is the status? What I mean? who studies

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what's the difference between a year drew sunnah and Todd rasuna.

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They study your grow sooner. Y'all study? Drew Suna. Do you hear that? Do you realize now we're just saying una means there is bad?

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Because sometimes you'll hear your true soon. Yeah Allah moon, your moon your moon and sometimes you'll see quotevalet camassia karma katiba And Allah Dena mean publikum LA LA home

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takuna takuna ta means what? You una makes it what?

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You so all of you have taqwa and other places in the Quran Allah c'est la la home yet Hakuna LA home vichara LA LA home yet takuna. What is the Amin? He so what is your Tokuda mean? They have Taqwa.

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And if a noon that's two

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then there's four

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kinds of what? Yeah. And if you know four kinds of yeah, you also know four kinds of TA

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how many altogether now?

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Two, plus four plus 410 10 There's only two more I want to teach you. If you know two more, your good 99% of the problem is solved. Yesterday I made you memorize who are NESARA homeowners are homeless or why am I doing this by myself? Who NSR homeowner Sora Why am I doing this by myself? Who I NESARA Houma and Hazara homeless or who he and Asad homeowner salata, Hoon, sadhana, and sorta unto MonoSol toma and Tom Sato and Tina Sardi unto Manasa, toma and tuna and tuna and an assault to noona sadhana I'll take your question in a minute. Just a minute. Today I'm not going to make you memorize. I'm not going to make you say who I am Soo Hyun Salani humean Soluna here tanzu Martin

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Salani Honda and Sudan Sudan, Sudan, tomatoes Rodney Roulin, Deaton, Serena and tomatoes Ronnie and Dona Dona, and Ansarullah Coonan Soto that's on page 39 I'm not going to make you memorize that yet. Not in this class. I'll give you the shortcut this time. But if you're good Muslims, then that's up to you. As between you and Allah page 39 is between you and Allah subhanaw taala but what I will give you is 12 Shortcuts. How many? How many that I give you so far? I'll give you 10 I only have to give you how many more but I need you to know these 12 Shortcuts off the top of your head I'm not going to write them on the screen when I am done giving you all 12 You will write them in your notes

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from memory the way I told you and ooh not a new YA by itself. Yeah Ania una Jana taba itself, Anita una Tana, and the last two from memory and I'll walk you through it a couple more times before you can do that don't write them yet. That's cheating.

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How many shortcuts left?

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Here's number 11. Listen carefully

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that we'd already give you that, what does that mean? You that means two things, sometimes it means you sometimes it means she

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Sorry, I got nothing, I got nothing. Sometimes that means what? You and sometimes that means when TA is number seven, it means you and when that is number 11 It means she This is a 711 situation that we have done means you and that also means she and let me speak for you and impersonate your soul. But a third How are we supposed to know when if you are? How are we supposed to know what is CI? What's so confusing for me?

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Which is how you sound?

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Collectively not individually?

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How will you know? That's a hard one. Allah is talking about medium and you hear as you see a TA

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I'm pretty sure he's not talking about you.

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That's talking about Maria. She, ALLAH is talking to the Prophet, slice alum and you hear a TA?

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I'm pretty sure that's not about some chi. It's about a you. You understand? What am I trying to tell you? Context is super easy. This is not a crisis.

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Arabic grammar is about figuring out math problems. But language isn't just math problems, languages, common sense. All of this in the end, if you learn all of this grammar, but in the process, lose your common sense. That's a disaster. At the end of all of the grammar study, the thing that will start clicking, making everything click together is actually common sense. These are common sense rules. So how will you know the difference between seven and 11?

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Context? Common Sense? Easy. And if you have a problem with that, see me after class. Talk some sense into you. Okay.

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That's number 11. Only one left?

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Number 12.

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It starts with the beginning. Ina ending number 12 is weird. Data beginning and ina ending it actually means and it's the only weird one.

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What does it mean?

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No, it doesn't mean she you know that's here.

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Yeah, it's the feminine you isn't it?

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There's a feminine use. So here's how it works. If I was talking to Ali Ahmed, I would say and Ted Russo, Todd Russo. What you name

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it if I was talking to you, I would say that leucaena

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and T that leucaena but if I was talking to Ali Ahmed, I would say and TA todos Islam and Tata drew so

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The anti leucaena you understand? So when you talk to a female and you use NT, you have to start with a TA and with ni it's a weird thing they have that's why it's number 12 sticks out. Let's see if we can construct from memory without writing. Without writing all 12 Shortcuts from memory

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and UI

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where I no means what?

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i Good. Not a new means what?

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We, yeah, and you means what?

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Once you get to ya, it's not just number three. Number 3456. are solved. How? Ya by itself? He then what?

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Ya plus an ER beginning and end? What does that mean? Both of them. Then what's the next one? Yeah, with? Good yeah with una which means

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they, they? What's the sixth one? Yeah. With na ya with now which means them ladies. Okay. There's four kinds of Yeah, followed by four kinds of are very good. By itself.

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Not she No, not this time. Da by itself. You da with Annie.

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Both of you. Ta with una.

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All of you. Da with Na.

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You ladies. You women.

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number 11 and number 12 Or

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number 11 ista meaning she and number 12 is

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Ta with Ina meaning aunty are you feminine? Aunty? Okay, you feminine. Write that down from memory?

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Somewhere on there?

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Yeah, page 39

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I want you to write these out.

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Even though they're written on page 3040 I want you to write them from memory

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just on the side

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let's write them together but you will guide me What's number one?

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You don't have to write them in Arabic. Your Arabic is disgustingly ugly. Okay, or who is what?

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I second one

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now or new is weak. Okay, what's the third one?

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It's actually yeah or you could be either one right? Yeah, are you is what

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he This time I'll just use the letter Y you already know it's gonna be yeah are you You already know that part. Yeah plus what

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what does that mean

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yeah plus winner

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00:58:32--> 00:58:33


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yeah plus na

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to start or to write that or to

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what does it mean

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done what

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Da Da plus and what does it mean

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dA plus Oda

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let's start or to like yeah are you are now or newer our UI just telling you there's two sounds

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what's the what's number 10 tie with?

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No, what does it mean?

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Sorry misspelled

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can number 11.

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And topless.

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Ina equals

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Tina no it means

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you she

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Okay, here you go

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let me ruin your English while I'm teaching you Arabic

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to it it will it just be it will be both of those ladies too but you don't really need it too much don't worry about it that's common sense the ones you need are these

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01:00:39--> 01:00:40

everybody got it

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now good

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both Adam

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both of them both of you both of them before

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we wasn't you weren't in New York

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there's a lot of there's there's some Texas here there's some New York here it's just all over the place. You can you take a picture that you can take a picture of this yeah

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how ha No no pause again. Hello.

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Now go to page 40 impress me.

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Actually not 40 I want you to go to page 41.

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And don't look at these shortcuts. I want you to use your memory right now. You wrote them down.

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I'm looking at the work that Karuna.

01:01:40--> 01:01:51

I'm trying to figure out what are the pieces of the puzzle that will help me get the answer who who makes an effort to remember who makes an effort to remember

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da means process process process. I never get tired of saying it. That means what? You una makes it what

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all of you make an effort to remember kalila Mata the karoun how little the effort y'all make to remember big Tina YUV li Munna

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I want process answers are less impressive process now that's I forgot about your question.

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This is why I didn't answer it. I read your face it was like 11 or 12 That's what he's asking about. You had a question? I'm going to ask one of my shell team

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does she is in it. Does that have to do with she was that your question? Something like that?

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Okay, find those close.

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Okay. That's what I said. Pay attention. Okay. Usually Muna

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process. What's the first part? What does he mean? What does he want to do to it?

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See, I keep asking that question. Because then you won't forget. Otherwise, you have Lee Muna they do wrong lovely Munna they do wrong. You're just gonna mess it up. Follow this in the beginning until it becomes ingrained okay. What we have to move tonight in it? Who shall die

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die means what? You will not mix it

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y'all shall die.

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I tell what what are they says Musa to Allah. I tell worker who Allah yah. I lean on it. Where's the I coming from? How do I say we lean on it?

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Natalka Oh ALLAH. Yeah, how do I say they lean on it?

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Yet what? Una I lay her yet what Karuna Allah. Okay, that's our CO Eileen. Firm means so

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I want to see if you can tell me the right answer for Hulu.

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I'm going to remind you this has to do with your favorite store.

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This has to do with your favorite store. Think about your shopping experience late at night,

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near a gas station

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You or she? So who says you say or? She says both of those are correct answers but in a context only one of them is the right answer. Yes. Without context either one but in context, only one of them will make sense. That Allahu Yetta that Kuru Yatta Kuru.

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Is there anything at the end other than the beginning? No extra stuff who makes an effort to remember he makes an effort to remember good, no harmful?

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Who Fears

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Where did you get the weed from?

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Okay, one time I was in teaching

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Wisconsin I said where did you get the wheat from and one kid said Best Buy

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you read any

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beauty Daddy

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you means you

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and it means any you any

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both of you very good both of you

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you see when I say very good you should just get worried. I say very good so sarcastically then I start using it when it actually belongs and you start getting question yourself that's the whole game plan. What does yeah mean? What did I say follow the process. What does he mean?

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Yeah, does that mean you

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I forgive you. Ya means he and he makes it

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both of them

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ya see funny to put together who started sticking together

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question is both of them or both of you?

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Both of them if this was both of you, what would it be?

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Good job that's a funny

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yum shoe Nafi masa kini him yum Shuna

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they there isn't it

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he yeah beginning or ending? Yeah beginning young beginning means he was gonna do to it.

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They say

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yaku Luna

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you say or they say they say fossa talamona chord far does anyone remember what five means? Good farming. So Sam means soon.

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Sam means soon so what is fossa mean? So soon? So soon that Allah Munna

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who will know

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you all will know for Salah Woon?

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Gentlemen soon or salmon soon yeah, soon. Okay. Yeah

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don't worry about that.

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Yeah, soon you will know.

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Now that this class, la laguna Shaya who doesn't create anything?

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They don't create anything. Where did you get today from again? process? Yeah, beginning means he would that makes the plural of he they it is getting easier.

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NOFA Sue? who explains this is one of my favorite concepts in the Quran. Fossil in Arabic means separation. Fossil means separation fossil I know all those speakers fossil is crap. Okay, so I'll give us a treaty, right? But fossil in Arabic means what? Separation or distance. fossilize used in Arabic two year old fossil bein a che in the distance between two things, which the two speakers use fasula or fasula. Right. Now, in Arabic, everything that has to do with confusion has to do with mixing.

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So the words that Arabs use for confusion are also the words Arabs use for what mixing and every word that has to do with clarity has to do with separation.

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It's pretty cool. Confusion has to do with what mixing and clarity has to do with separation like for example beggin, beggin means clear burner in Arabic when it comes from means to separate things, Bana what the what the will do mean separation, Fussel also means what separation or first solar another meaning of Fossella is to explain.

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So, when you explain something it becomes what clear, but the concept is, we break things apart. So each concept can be understood at its own, and then you can put them together and make sense of the whole thing. Like if you have a difficult mathematics problem, you cannot solve a mathematics problem except when you have to break it up step by step by step until you follow all the procedures and then finally at the bottom of all your work, you get the answer but you have to break things apart. Concepts, difficult concepts, even at the PhD level. When people are studying them. They have to break concepts apart and analyze one piece of information one chapter one note

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Should one idea one theory, then add the next then add the next then add the next and there are there are building units blocks. In fact, this is a philosophy of language itself words are made up of letters, and each letter has a sound. And when I'm saying the word word, you heard a number of sounds in a certain order, each one of those sounds was separate from the other, allowing you to make sense of it. If the sounds of those words were not separated, in other words, you were limited to that order.

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Then you wouldn't get what clarity, clarity comes from separation of sounds, then in a sentence, clarity comes from the separation of words, not just the letters, now words have to be separated, then sentences have to be separated, then paragraphs have to be separated, then chapters have to be separated, then books have to be separated, then departments in the library have to be separated. Universities have to be separated, you understand? Every knowledge, actually base is the root of all knowledge is actually what? Separation distinction, separation distinction. In fact, when you're studying for an exam, the quickest way to study for an exam is to go to the glossary of terms and

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make sure you know all the definitions, isn't it. And the definitions are what separating each concept from every other concept. That's exactly what it boils down to, doesn't it? So when Allah says no fasudil ayat, coming back to this, Allah says that is how we explain the ayat. Meaning who takes responsibility for explaining the Quran, Allah azza wa jal himself says we ourselves explain the Quran and the in the word explain, he gave us the formula, how does he do it separating one concept from another one pseudo from another, one story from another, right, one situation from another. And by separating all of them, you start getting clarity about this fits here, this fits

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here, this fits here, this fits here, which gives us the meaning of the word hikma. hekman Arabic the depth which is translated wisdom actually means what the rochet in FIBA li when you put something where it belongs. And when you clean up a room, when you clean up a kid's room, you put the socks where they belong, you put the laundry where it belongs, you put the toys where they belong. You put the notebooks where they belong to stationary, where they belong, what are you doing, you're separating things and putting them where they belong. Allah separated His Ayat and put every IRA where it belongs. He separated this look, the you know, Bacara has Musa alayhis salam and

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you know are off has Mousavi Salam but he's separated them didn't he? He could have put them all together he separated them there's a reason he separated them you wouldn't get the clarity if they were put together there's a purpose behind it. So Allah even creating separation in the Quran of similar even similar concepts is for a reason. There's a reason that he did that. So there's lots of there's so much loaded wisdom inside just this phrase. Gallica no vasiliou Elia This is how we explain the IRS This is a hard one I'm warning you yeah Tara Basner yeah Tara Basner

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who has who waits

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them ladies, how did you get them ladies? Step by step? Yeah, beginning and not ending. Don't worry about how big the word is in between. That's not your concern. Your concern is beginning clue and include problem solved. You thought a bus now those women wait. Okay. I thought a bus can be unfussy when fella SATA. Kuru This is talking about the idea of divorce when a man divorces a woman then she they must wait by themselves meaning they cannot remarry until three periods are done Fela Takuro right so that's what this is referring to. You are Limani you i Limani pieces pieces. What are the pieces?

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You meaning? He could and he makes it

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therefore the meaning is

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they both teach Excellent.

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Yet I love Munna Yatta I love Munna

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ja means he una makes it

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what do you get?

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They learn they learn.

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Not so hard. Is it?

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we're just gonna do number three

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What's your question?

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Number 17 It says for Yetta nm una Amin.

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So yah is for he right

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Hoonah is plural. So the verb here is done, tandem.

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I didn't teach you what the word is, I just told you to look at the beginning and the end. Why are you focused on the middle?

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There will be a time where I will teach you to focus on the middle, then you will think Allah that I didn't make you focus on the middle. And you will remember the days when I didn't make you focus on the middle.

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But right now, thank Allah that I'm not making you focus on the middle.

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Ask the students who have done this before, and ask them how it felt when they were studying solve, which is about the middle. Okay. Yeah, you're welcome.

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There's an old process from yesterday. I wonder if you still remember.

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There's an old process a little bit long time man when you were much younger?

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Do you people see an attached pronoun? Where? What is the process that you learned yesterday for attached pronouns? Find it and ignore it, but make sure you understand the meaning What's the meaning of calm?

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You all will come back to that yellow means to advise who advises?

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He advises he advisors who? He advises all of you. He advises all of you. What am I trying to show you with example number three. The same thing you did for past tense is the same exact thing you're going to do for present tense, ignore the attached pronoun. Solve the problem. Add Arabic is so easy. It's so easy. It hurts.

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Why didn't I say they? Okay, let's figure that out.

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Comb comes from

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page 18 comes from what does that mean?

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Well, it means you and to me it means both of you. And two means

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you all doesn't mean they it means you all so do you know I didn't say they. Okay, good. Good mistakes to make because then

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the burn never leaves.

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Okay, this first one's hard but before salah, just give me number seven. Let's see if you could do that.

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What is the attached pronoun ladies and gentlemen.

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Good job guys. The attachment What do you if you ignore what do you have left?

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Yes, Luna. Yes. Elena what beginning what ending?

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Ya means he una makes it.

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So what does it mean? They ask you? Yes. lunak they ask you?

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Yes. Aluna Anisha. Halal haram Nikita Lin fee? Yes. Aluna aka annual Humphrey. Well, my serie they asked you about the sacred month they ask you about gambling and alcohol, alcohol and gambling. Right? They ask you they ask you. Well, yes, Aluna and Wilma healed on who are other. Okay.

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So, solid time almost Alhamdulillah most, a good number of students were sponsored. If you'd still like to sponsor there's about 73 students who haven't been I'm leaving the link on the screen. Let's go make salah.