Taleem al Quran 2021 J01-004A Translation Al-Baqarah 8-16 Different forms of verb

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The speakers discuss the meaning of "haron," a word used in English that is not just a time in the past, but also the base meaning of the word. They stress the importance of learning a language and understanding patterns over time, and explain the use of "word cloud" in Arabic. The speakers also discuss the three types of verb cloud, including continuous, continuous, and continuous continuous. They emphasize the importance of memorizing "verbal" in writing in Arabic and practicing practicing writing in Arabic. The speakers stress the importance of practicing " uh" in the verb "unsure" and how it can indicate a "just" action, as well as the meaning of "na" in the verb "just."

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Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh who are with bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah Al Rahman Al Rahim wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Hill Karim rubbish Rahi Saudi were Siddeley MD washlet Iraq data melissani of Tahu Kohli Allahu Madea Colby was sadly Sani was thrilled to have him at the Colby Erminia Rajpal Alameen Inshallah, we will begin lesson number four Surah Al Baqarah, verses eight to 16. So let's do the translation first. And then we will look at the word meanings.

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Women, woman and among a NASCI the people man is who your Kulu he says, Magna, we have believed Billahi in Allah were below me and in the day, I'll ask at the last one man while not home, they be more meaning or at all ones who believe you hardier owner they try to deceive Allah Allah will levena and those who know they have believed one man and not yuck the owner they deceive INLA except and Fusa home themselves warmer while not yes rune they perceive fee in Kulu be him their hearts, maroon is disease Faza whom Allah Who so Allah increased them medulla in disease while a home and for them or their bone will be a punishment a Lehman ever painful. Be mad because Kano they used to

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yet the boon they lie What either and when Tila it is said LA home to them laptop see do you all do not cause corruption fee in a leak the land ALU they say in nama indeed only national we mostly Hoon are ones who will reform Allah verily in their home indeed they whom they truly Ill move Seatoun are those who cause corruption while alkyne but law not yet Sharon they perceive what either and when Kayla it is said LA home to them um you know you all believe karma just as am Anna NAS the people have believed ALU they say a new meno Shall we believe? Come on Just as I'm gonna sue for her the foolish ones have believed Allah verily in their home indeed they home they truly a super her or the

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foolish ones were lacking but law not your Allah moon they know what either and when local they meet a levena Those who know they have believed Kalu they say mana we have believed what either and when Hello Isla they are alone with Shane tweeny him there are Satanic ones Kalu they say in NA indeed we Mera Kaam are with you all in nama indeed only national we Musa Zi own are ones who Mark Allahu Allah yes the zoo he marks back be him at them way mo do home and he extends them fee in Giuliani him very rebellion Yama Hoon they wander blindly? Hola II can those a Lavina are those who is not a wall they have purchased a biller letter, the misguidance Bill who that in exchange for the guidance

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from us, so not for Robbie had, it was profitable, P Java to whom their transaction woman and not Ken who they were looked at in one to obtain guidance. So Alhamdulillah today we are doing eight verses and like I mentioned earlier, the division of or rather, the length of the lessons is not based on just the number of verses, but it is based on the content, the theme. So even though there are more verses about this topic, this section of verses completes one discussion, or one theme and this is why it's important that we study them all together. If we don't study them all together, then we won't be able to get a full picture. And I want you to understand that you know the Quran

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Allah subhanaw taala has made it easy for learning. Of course, it is a bit intimidating to see that all of a sudden there are so many verses but you know comfort you

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yourself, assure yourself by reminding yourself that the Quran is easy for learning. And I want you to notice that you see over here these are basically the verses that we are studying today in sha Allah. And you can see over here how words are repeating over and over. So for example, you have the word you ha the Aruna, but then you have a very similar form yet the owner so the translation is going to overlap. You have the word yesh, Arun, and then again it comes yesh, Arun, you have the word Muldoon. And then medulla, you have lack of Cebu and lmhc. Do you have the word superhet? Coming two times you have the word moose, Desi own and yes, the zoo, you have the word Bill Houda

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and mu 13. So yes, there are a lot of words, but you don't study a language. By just looking at every single word on its own, you have to be able to recognize patterns, so that you can recognize the different forms of the words. And once you understand how, you know certain patterns are, then it's easy to learn the language. So, here I just want you to see how the words are repeating in different forms. And here you can see for example, just the word your Kulu, ammonia Kulu Kulu he says, So, your Kulu he says this is from coal, which is to say, and you can see in red, how different forms of the word are coming again and again. So if you know the base meaning of the word

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Kol and Masha Allah, now you understand the concept of root letters. So, once you recognize the root letters, when to recognize the base word, then all you need to know over time is the different structures the different forms, and inshallah you will be able to recognize the word quickly. So, your Kulu means he says, cleaner means it was said Carlo means they said de la it was said Kalu they said, so the words are coming repeatedly. Now, one thing I mentioned to you last time is that Insha Allah, I will introduce you to the different forms of verbs, the different types of verbs, over the previous classes that Hamdulillah we have learned that verbs are make reference to time in Arabic.

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So you have the action happening either in the past or in the present future tense. And we also learned about how a verb also gives us the pronoun meaning it also tells us who is doing the action. So for example, your clue he says, who is doing the action over here who is speaking? What is the pronoun? He Exactly? Right? He is singular or plural, singular, right? Is it first person, second person or third person? First Person? is I? Right? Second person is you and third person is he? Exactly. It's third person? Excellent. Is it active or passive? Meaning is someone actively doing the action? Or is the action being done on them? Your Kulu he says he is saying active Exactly. So

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Masha, Allah, you know, keep these things in mind. And now let's look at all the different occurrences of this root in the passage that we are studying today. So these are the different forms of the word cloud, the root of all of these words is off while lamb and coal means to say, to say, Now, Allah, Allah means he said, This is of course said so it's past tense. It's he, so it's singular, not plural. It is he not chi, so it's masculine. Right? It is he so it's third person, right and it is active. Now, our Lu is they said very similar. The only difference is that this is now plural, the pronoun is plural, as opposed to singular. So Carla, he said Kalu they said, What

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about Kayla, Tina means it was said, very similar to Connor. The only differences this is passive, because it was said, not that someone is saying the verb is telling us that something was said. So it is passive. Now your clue? This is not past tense. He says this is present. So you have present tense over here and your coluna is the plural form of that. So Allah CalU past tense, your kolu your coluna present tense. Now, you can see over here, the root letter Hamza meme known Eman? Eman to believe so we have over here Amen Now we believed be more meaning believers and all they believed me know you all believe nope

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meno we believe so different forms different occurrences of the same root in different shapes and forms. So let's look at this word. The real test comes Amin noon. And from this you have the word Eman. Eman is to believe. Now we have for example the word Armineh. He believed this is past tense because he believed and it is he so it's singular it is masculine it is third person it is active. Right the plural of Amna Amano, they believed very similar to Armineh. The only differences this is plural now, we also have a mana and that means we believed so what's happening over here instead of third person it is first person because we believed and it is plural. Not I believed it is we

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believe so it is plural. And in Arabic. This is used for both masculine and feminine. All right, so I'm Anna, I'm a no mana all past tense, then we have no meno. Nope, meno means we believe so this is we believe now this is not past tense. This is present tense. And we believe so it's first person. What about me? No. You see, this is slightly different. This is you all believe. So what's happening over here is this a verb of past tense or present tense? You all believe this is not present or past this is a command Exactly. So now one thing new that you are learning about verbs in Arabic is that there is a third type of a verb, which is called very exactly imperative, right or off command. And

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this is also something that we will come across a lot in the Quran. So um, you know, you all believe this is a command and a very easy way to recognize this in your book is that you just see the exclamation mark, right the exclamation mark typically after a verb means that this is a fairly and then you have the word Momineen. What is what we need? This is a noun and Masha Allah, you are familiar with this now, especially because you can see the sign of noun. What is the sign over here that we have been observing? How can we recognize this? Exactly? It begins with the mean mean? Excellent. And how do you know it's a plural? How do you know it's a plural? It ends with the

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unknown. Excellent. So now you can see over here in green, these are verbs of present tense. Okay, your Kulu he says, You heard your owner they deceive. Yes, shrewd owner they perceive yet to be Bona they lie. Right. So do you see something common in the words that are in green? Do you see something common? That many of them begin with the Yeah, the letter? Yeah. Right. Yeah. Kulu you heard the owner? Yes. The owner Yesh. Aruna. yackety buena Yara, la Munna, Yama, Yama, Hoonah. Yes, that is the owner. Right. So they all begin with the Yeah, right with the letter Yeah. Now some of them end with wild noon and some of them do not end with wild and when they end with wild noon, what does

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that mean? Like for example, you have the owner, plural. Excellent. And when it does not end with well, noon, what does that mean? Like your Kulu? Singular? Exactly. If it was Yakubu Luna then what would it be? Yucko Luna would be plural. Exactly. So one thing now that you can make note off regarding verbs of present tense, okay, is that you will see that they begin with the letter. Yeah. But one thing I want you to understand is that every word that begins with the letter Yeah. is not necessarily a verb of present tense. Okay. Typically, that you will see this that they begin with you and they Yeah, is a sign of third person. Okay. Yeah. is a sign of third person because you see

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this year Kulu he says, You hottie Runa they deceive. Yes. Runa they perceive yuck the Buena de ly. So what do you see over here? It's all third person. Look at the word Uh, nope, me No, not me. No means we believe. So this is not he believes we believe. So that known at the beginning is an indication that this is first person plural. So basically, you can see in the words that are in green, they're all verbs of present tense and the beginning letter. Okay. The beginning letter tells us about

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pronoun, okay, it tells us about the pronoun is it first person, second person, third person. Now inshallah I will tell you about these letters, okay? Over time, I don't want to overwhelm you with too much information for now you can make note that when it begins with Yeah, yeah means he Okay, yeah or you means he and if the verb ends with wild norm than the he turns into he turns into the Exactly. So now when you look at a verb, okay like you heard the owner, you understand the pattern that you he while known they while known turns it into day. So they are doing something. Now what is it that they are doing? They're doing the action which the root letters are indicating, you see that

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they're doing the action that the root letters are indicating. So, for example, you have your Kulu if you know that cow means to speak to say, then your colo he is doing the action of saying he says right. You have Yes Your audible now. If you remember that your own means to perceive. When you see the word yesh, Aruna, you will know that they are doing the action of perceiving they perceive your Allah moon. If you know that, am I in Lammi means knowledge to know Yala. Munna means they know. Right? So alhamdulillah Arabic is very easy to learn, especially the language of the Quran is very easy to learn, and be patient with yourself. And what I would encourage you to do is do your best in

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memorizing the word for word translation, do it to the best of your ability, do it consistently. And I'm telling you by the end of Surah, Al Baqarah, in sha Allah, the translation will be very easy for you in sha Allah, and then you will also be able to understand the words of the Hadith. And you will be able to you know, pick up words from everyday Arabic as well in sha Allah. So gradually you will recognize these patterns and I hope Inshallah, that we will also study grammar separately, so that, you know, you can study these rules independently and you know, you can practice more right now, I just want you to be able to understand the points that I'm telling you so that the memorization of

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the translation is easy for you. Inshallah. Okay, so we covered the words in green. Now let's look at the words in blue. Now, the words in blue are all verbs off past tense. Okay, they're all verbs of past tense. Now, you see here, Munna we believed Manuel they believed the Hamza is of the Route de la it was said, um, Anna, he believed. So these verbs you can see that they don't begin with Yeah, okay, even though many of these verbs are a third person, they don't begin with Yeah. So, when you see the you know, it is present tense. All right. Now the verbs in pink, last of Cebu, aminu, these are verbs of command, okay, these are verbs of command. So, you have an amino you all believe

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this is a positive command you do this let of C do you do not cause corruption? Alright, so this is a prohibition, do not do this. So, we have three kinds of verbs. Okay, we have three kinds of verbs basically in Arabic, you have fair and mildly which is the verb of past tense. Okay, we have fairly Moldavia which indicates present and future. Okay? So fairly Moldavia doesn't just tell you about now sometimes it is also used for future and then you have fairly ama which is the verb of command, and there is an exclamation mark at the end to make it very clear that this is a command it doesn't mean that someone's yelling, okay, or that someone is speaking very loudly, it's just an indication

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that this is not just a verb of past tense or present. This is a verb of command. Okay, so fairly mildly. You can see the examples over here from your lesson. very melodic. You can also see the examples from your lesson and fairly under, you can see the examples. Okay, now, a quick recap. Earlier I told you about nouns, right? I don't want you to forget the nouns. I want you to notice the nouns over here as well. I told you that one sign of a noun is that it begins with Elif lamb L. Which means the so you can see over here some words they begin with L the anass the people l Yun the de l f.

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In the last write out the land. So you can see many words in our lesson. They begin with a live lamb. And then you have over here either Boone le moon, they end with the methane. So when a word ends with double halacha can wean, okay? Like I thou Boone le moon. Also, I forgot to do this one modal balloon. This is also an indication that it is a noun. Okay? And then you have the words in red, meaning these are people, ones who believe mostly Hoan ones who do a slash Mopsy. Dune. ones who cause corruption. Most they're the only ones who mark more the dean, ones who are guided. So yes, the quantity is a lot. Meaning there are lots of words in today's lesson. The length is a lot.

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But if you try to understand every word, and you understand you recognize the rules, the patterns, then insha Allah learning the lesson will not be difficult for you. But be patient with yourself. It's okay. If you struggle and allow yourself that you know what, we are only on the fourth lesson. If I don't understand everything, it's okay. Alhamdulillah I'm going to learn more and with time, it's going to get easier inshallah.