Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2021 J01-006B Word Analysis Al-Baqarah 23-25

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "fit" in Arabic language, as it refers to actions of Islam's worshipers. They also discuss the use of "fit" in writing and emphasize the importance of practicing writing and Arabic pronunciation. Additionally, they mention the use of "verbal" words and pronouns in English and recommend practicing writing them down and practicing Arabic writing to improve understanding.
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We're in quantum field Robin we're in and if quantum you all are now we know that it's you all because of the tomb if it was just that content and it would be you are okay, so we're in quantum and if you all are feeling like you've been in doubt right we have done this word earlier as well oh yeah that is the root. If you all are in doubt min min Zelina Allah Arbor Dena, me mad about what this is a combination of men and men, similar to what me mouth was a canal commune feel cone. So if you all are in doubt about what nuzzel now we sat down or Allah or Medina upon our worshiper now notice over here the word Zelina All right, this is similar to unzila because the root is the same

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noon xylem right. My own Zilla ileka That which was sent down to you, and now we have the word Zelina. Okay, so the route has the same meaning is similar, but you will notice how the spelling's are slightly different. This one has a Shuddha right on the ze. And the previous word had an extra Elif and Zillow and Xena He sent down Mozilla He sent down so, why is there a shudder over here there is a slight difference in meaning okay, and that is that Nasrallah gives a meaning of gradually sent down. Okay? And if you think about it, the Quran, it was sent out in both ways. It was sent out at once, how from on Laylatul Qadr. Right. From low Homer falls to the lowest heaven as

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we learn about from narrations and then from there, it was gradually sent down to the Prophet sallallahu Ernie who was sent them over a period of 23 years. So when we read in the Quran that inna and Salah who feel a little cutter, we sent it down on Leila to cuddle notice over there it says in that ends l now who, right what does that mean? that the Quran was sent down at once from low Homer forth to the lowest heaven. Okay. And then from there, the Quran was sent down on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gradually. Alright, so this is something that we can appreciate over here. So if you are in doubt about what We have sent down Allah I Butina upon our worshiper are the

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Dena means slave. All right. And in the context, remember that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of course he is a slave to Allah, but all of us are slaves to Allah. Right? So what is really being highlighted over here is the fact that he was the worshipper of Allah, the best worshipper of Allah. So we sent down upon our worshiper, okay meaning Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sadhana and what is it that was sent down upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam what is the man referring to the what we sent down? It's referring to the Quran. Exactly. So if you are in any doubt about what We have sent down upon our worshiper doubt about what is it true is it really from

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Allah right? Then how do you remove that doubt? Well try this fit to be so rotten Methley he fell to then you will come forth this is from the root letters Hamza atta means to come, but at our B means to bring. So you come forth with a surah B. So writing B means with Surah from the route letter seen while raw and Surah means the Quran Okay, good question. We when the plural is used for Allah azza wa jal, why is that used? There is different reasons. Okay. One reason is that, first of all, you will notice that in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala uses both the plural and the singular form to refer to himself. Okay? And this is not contrary to the hate. All right, because some people, they

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look at these verses and they say, the Quran is not monotheistic. And that's not correct. You have to understand the Arabic language. This is the royal way. This is to show honor and respect. And this is not just an Arabic in other cultures as well. You know, there's a friend of mine, she's from India, and the kind of Hindi or Urdu that she speaks. Whenever she refers to herself. She uses the word hum, exactly, which means we write and, you know, for some people it might come across as that's like, wow, she thinks really highly of herself, or she's referring to herself and her entire family. But you just have to understand the context. You know, a language cannot just be translated.

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If it's simply translated, it will be misunderstood. You have to appreciate different aspects of a language. So

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Over here at the Royal Li is used to refer to Allah azza wa jal and another thing is that yes, like you mentioned, the person who asked the question that at times when the plural form is used for Allah azza wa jal, this is when the action is being attributed to both Allah azza wa jal and he he is the one issuing the command and who is carrying out the command it is the angels of Allah who are carrying up the command. Okay, so the Quran Yes, Allah subhanaw taala sent it down through who through Gibreel So, this is one explanation that the Buddha might have given, but the best explanation is the fact that you know, this is of royalty this is for honor. And absolutely, Allah

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azza wa jal deserves that so if you are in any doubt about what We have sent down upon our slave upon our worshiper then what should you do then you all come forth with the surah Methley he like it, okay Mithun, memes that love remember the word method, we read the word earlier in the previous lesson method who whom their example right now an example is always similar to the concept that is being explained any there has to be some resemblance, some similarity between the example and the concept that is being explained. So Mithun means like, okay, similar to so bring a surah that is like it that is similar to it similar to what like What the He that it is referring to the Quran.

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Okay, what is the rule? And of course, this is going to be difficult for you to do on your own. So, you know, what do you do shahada, and you all call your witnesses. Okay. Now what do you do? What and what do you all call? What kind of a verb is this?

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Fairly um, it's a command. Yes, what the rule and you will call this is from dial it in? Well, dua is also from the same root there ought to call upon Allah so guru you all call who should you call shahada accom your witnesses Shahada. This is the plural of the word Shahid and who is shahid? Someone who witnesses someone who observes, okay, so call your witnesses, meaning people who will watch over you, your supporters who will, you know, aid you and help you and witness supervise? All right, your entire effort to make sure that you're performing well, you are producing something that is like the Quran. So what the real shahada accom and this is from the root letter Shane had that

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call your witnesses besides Allah, meaning you cannot ask for the help of Allah. But you can ask for anyone else's help. Okay, in quantum Saudi thing, if you will truly are ones who are truthful, meaning if you are truthful, in your doubt, in your rejection of the Quran, in your claim that the Quran is not from Allah in your claim that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not the Messenger of Allah, if you are true in this claim, then you know what, bring something like the Quran, seek the help of others besides Allah, and see if you were able to produce something like the Quran. Okay, now I see two questions over here. One is how can men is not being translated in men myth,

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Lee? All right. Because you see, sometimes the Halluf the words in Arabic language, every single word cannot really be translated. Because if you were to translate it, it wouldn't make sense in English. So this is why when you translate from one language to another, you have to understand the words in their context. Okay. So if we were to say, then you will come forth with a surah from like it, what does that mean?

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From like it? What does that mean? It doesn't mean anything. So men myth li together gives a sense of like it. Another question I saw was Shuhada ACOEM. Doesn't Shahid mean martyr? Absolutely. It does. Very good. Observation. And Shuhada is actually the plural of Shahid and Shahid. Okay, it's the plural of both shahid. And shahid. Shaheed also means witness, actually, but it also means martyr. Shahid is someone who observes an observer. And here the appropriate singular is shahid. Okay, because martyr is not relevant in the context. Okay. So call upon your witnesses. Like, for example, when someone is doing research, they're working on something. They need a supervisor.

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What's the role of

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The supervisor to help them you know find the right resources to put together you know their work properly. So whether OSHA had a common Duni law here in quantum Sadiki inside the clean is a plural of Sadhak. Okay yeah noon is indicating plural from the letters solid Dell off sick. Truthfulness. For in then if for then in if lambda follow you all do not do it well, I'm tough R Lu and the fact is that you will never do it. Okay. Now look at the words lambda phi Lu and lenta farlo. They're so similar, right? Okay, good question. Back to the previous idea. Why is the truly being added over here in quantum Saudi thing? Because that's what the expression conveys in quantum sidekicking. If

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it's just if you all are truthful, that's not the point over here. In quantum if you all have been if you all truly are, okay, so as an expression, it gives a sense of truly. So for 11th A fellow will enter for a loop now lambda Farlow length of our Lu, do you see any resemblance in these words?

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Both are very similar, the only difference is the difference of Lem and Len. Okay. Now, def Carlota Farlow is the same stuff Arlo means you all do, okay. Now, DF R Lu, this is important for you to understand, okay, and make sure you write this down in your book. So far, Lu literally means you all do. How do we know it means you all do because ta means you? The while at the end indicates plural. So you all do. Okay? Now remember this rule? When lamp we're looking at the first word lamp, okay? When LAN comes before a verb, together, it gives the meaning off did not okay did not, did not do what did not do the thing which is in the root letters. Okay, so lamda follow, you all did not do

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it. Okay, but why are we saying now you can see the translation after the did there's a slash and then right after that there's a word do so you all do not do it. Why is the tense changing now? Why is the tense changing the tenses changing? Because if in Exactly So, earlier, I mentioned to you that either changes the tense of the verb, and now you can add one more word in Colombia also. Excellent. And in also changes the tense Okay, so for a lambda for Lu, than if you all do not do it. Well Lanta for loop and you all will never do it. Okay, Len gives the meaning of never. So lamb did not learn never you will never be able to do it. And both of these words of course are from the same

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root letters fine lamb. Now this word Fila the F R Lu Tafara Lu. Okay, I want you to become best friends with this word. Okay, Fila literally means he did. Okay, the follow means you all do so basically to do Ferrell. This is the word that I want you to become really good friends with. Because insha Allah as we make progress in our understanding of grammar, I'm going to refer to this word a lot. Okay. So for a longer follow valenta follow if you do not do it, do not do what bring the sutra like the Quran and you will never be able to bring a Sudha like the Quran, then Fat Duck now then you will safeguard yourselves from the fire. Notice over here it decode this is the same

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word as we learned in the pin and Lara la quinta de Khun root is the same well Coffea here it gives a meaning often you will safeguard yourselves from a noun of the fire. Notice how the fire this is capitalized because it's not just any fire it's the fire of help noon well law is the root so safeguard yourselves from the fire which fire allottee the one which notice over here allottee. Now, does this remind you of another word that we have done?

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And levy exactly a levy also means the one which are the one who and allottee ultimately is the one which What do you think the difference is between a lovey and allottee allottee is feminine, it's female. All right, and a lovey is masculine form. Now what's happening over here is there a woman that is being mentioned

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didn't know I mentioned to earlier that nouns in the Arabic language also have genders either masculine or feminine. Right? So now is feminine. Okay, so that's why I left he has been used. So fear the Fire safeguard yourself from the fire which is such that will go do have its fuel. Now again what gold means fuel and have means it has actually means her. Okay? Ha actually means her. It's a feminine pronoun, and it's referring to the fire. So fear the Fire, which is such that its fuel is a NAS the people will hate Yara and the stones Hey, Jada is deploring of hygiene. Hygiene raw is the root and workload while cough doll is the root. So it's fuel our people and the stones

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were a debt it was prepared. Now notice over here are a debt the tag at the end, this is also a feminine, so what was prepared and now the fire was prepared. I mean that that is the root for who lil caffeine for the disbelievers al Kaffee the employer of caffeine, one who disbelieves and caffeine, disbelievers or ones who disbelieve so it does little caffeine while Bashir and you give good news to now Bashir what kind of Ferrell is this Farrell? Look at the exclamation mark um what exactly are you meaning you Oh Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you will give good news from the letters bashing law to who Alladhina to those who am I knew they have believed um I know. You may

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not gonna remember the word earlier you may know that they believe so am I know they have believed? Okay. So what was she did Latina Manu and give good news to those who have believed why AMILO slyly had and they have also done righteous deeds. Army Lu they have done our milah he has done so the while at the end indicates that it's plural imeem lamb is the root. So they have done a Sally hat Sally hat is a plural of Sally her. Sally her means one that is righteous slyly hat means those that are righteous. But what does it mean by they have done righteous ones it means they have done righteous deeds which is why the word deeds is in parenthesis. So they have done righteous deeds sod

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lamb Ha is the root so give good news to those who have believed and they have done the righteous deeds What good news and now that indeed so this is connected with the good news give good news give good news that indeed LA home for them will be Jannette por la Jana Jeem new noon is the route so they will have gardens what kind of gardens tagit Iman that the hill unhealth that Judy it flows mentality here under them and how the rivers This is a description that comes very frequently in the Quran. Let's look at the words over here. Now look at the word that Judy Jean Raja is the root okay. And that time at the beginning is being translated as it Thank God the tide at the beginning is

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being translated as it now what is flowing, it flows what is flowing, the rivers are flowing, okay and how rivers are flowing. So this shows us that and how this has also feminine gender, okay, which is why it's so tangible and how to Okay, now where are the rivers flowing? Mintek the HA, under Ha, what is he referring to has referring to Jannette Okay, so tragedy and how to maintain it ha, the rivers flow under her meaning the Genet the gardens, okay. Now one thing is that sometimes the feminine pronoun is used to refer to plurals as well. Okay. It's also used to refer to plural nouns as well. So tragedy mentality * and *. This is what they will get and half floor left now have

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known how to is the root what's going to happen over there could lemahieu ZICO whenever they are provided now notice we're changing the tents from war to our because of Colima Rosa cough is the root whenever they are provided minha from them from what has referring to Jeanette Okay. Meaning within the Jannat whenever they are provided, what are they provided means some or attend any fruit at all. And you see the word is repeating again we just

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Read the words some rot, some rot is plural and Samira is singular Samim Ra. So, in the Jannette whenever they are provided any fruit at all and why are they provided any fruit it is fun as provision Rosae cough whenever they are provided Kalu they will see so called who is connected with Colima. So, every time they are provided, they will say cough while lamb is the root we have done this word many times before they will say here that this lady is that which Ruzicka now, we were provided Min capoue Before this is what we were provided before, why will they say this we will discuss that intercede inshallah. Now Roseto now, we were provided okay now means we So, just like

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me, Matsuzaka now we provided Ruzicka now, we were provided. So, this is that which we were provided Makapuu before what will to begin with a Shabbiha and they will be given it as one that is similar meaning they will be given it it is referring to the risk okay, they will be given the risk the sustenance in a form that is muda shabby in a form one that is similar meaning it will not be something completely new and strange every single time but it will resemble it will be similar to that which they had earlier. So with a shabby This is from the route letters Chien back huh. And this also means that which is similar what a home fi hat as well as your motorhome now that is the

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food in Jana. What about companionship companionship is such that for them fi has in their meaning in Jannette will be as module Mahara spouses that are completely purified as wide as the plural of xojo from the root letters ze well Jeem Yes, this is referring to the people of Jana. So they will have in Jana as Weijun with the Hara. xojo is one of a pair it can refer to husband or it can also refer to wife. So what kind of spouses Malta Hora completely purified. This is the description adjective that is describing as wedge and with the hara from the root letters La Habra, the hara to be clean cleanliness so Malta Hado completely purified. How will they be completely purified? We'll

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talk about that intercede while home and they meaning the people of Jana Alladhina amanu AMILO Solly hat they will be fee her in them meaning in Jeanette for how long? Holly Dune, they will be ones who remain eternally Holly don't is a plural of Khalid ha lamp that is the root hello is eternity. So Khalid is one who remains eternally so they will remain there in eternally. Okay, now, one thing that we have seen in the lessons that we have studied so far is a lot of pronouns, words that are being translated as he she, it they them. And if you are able to memorize and recognize pronouns, it will take your understanding of the Quran to another level, okay? Because pronouns are always being

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used to refer to different people, different places, you know, different things, just in these verses, you know, we saw how the hair is referring to Jeanette, it's referring to the rivers. And if you recognize the pronouns, you'll be able to understand the text correctly. Okay, so here you can see the different pronouns and these are called the detached pronouns because they come on their own, okay, meaning they don't come attached to words. And I want you to not just take a screenshot of this or download the PowerPoint once it's available to you. I actually want you to write this down. Okay, this is your homework that you have to write this down draw a table, write the word Hua

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and write its meaning in front of it. Who are he whom are they to whom they he or she who knows the feminine and to you and to my you to and to me, you all Auntie you feminine and tonight, you all feminine, and I national week, okay? And this is something that, you know, if you make like a cue card for yourself, so that you can refer to it quickly. In your book, you do have, I believe, a list of common words, and perhaps something like that will also be shared with you. But this is a list that I want you to make for yourself, Okay, write it down with your own hand, practice some Arabic writing, and you will see that Inshallah, just by referring to it over and over again, you will be

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able to memorize it. Okay. So which one

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and are familiar from these words. Which one looks familiar? What have we covered so far?

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Okay, very good home. Excellent. We have done this in Surah Al Baqarah right. We have what hula Iike who modal mostly Hoon we're Bill Alfie Rottie home up known so we have done this home What else have we done

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okay national very good where the mafia can say that in nama national Mr. hizzy own that we are only ones who were mocking who are very well known he is cool who Allahu Ahad right say he is ahead. Okay. So, in sha Allah you will notice that as we move on more and more words we will come across so it's really good for you to have a list like this with you. Another list I want you to make is off attached pronouns these are more common, okay? These come attached to verbs and nouns. So for example, Cat Cat you will notice that it comes at the end of a word come means you singular masculine, okay? Coma means you to come means you all key is you feminine singular Kunta is you all

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feminine plural, right? Who is him or his singular masculine okay Houma them to home them her her this is singular feminine, who not them this is plural feminine. And then ye me or mine and na meaning us. So for example, we have done que la caja, right. So, my own Zilla Eli Iike that which was revealed to you we have done this already. When it comes to comb also we have done this many times. Hello, comb. Right well, Lehtinen Kabili. Comb, Lila comb, okay, we have done who sometimes who comes in the form of heat the dama changes into a customer. So we Methley he, right? loughrea Buffy he there is no doubt in it. Also, Houma Inshallah, we'll do this very soon. The to whom I lay

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him, right, what to do her its fuel Hoonah also we're going to do very soon, and the year ye in ni Ruzicka. Now we were provided. So yes, they come attached to the end of a noun, alright, or a verb, and inshallah I will point them out now, but I want you to have a list with you first. Okay? Because once you have it written with you, you have written them with your own hands, then you know, it'll help you in sha Allah learn these better. Okay, so attached pronouns, and also detached pronouns. Okay. Insha Allah, this will be shared with you like the previous

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PowerPoint, but don't just take a screenshot and save it I want you to write it down. Inshallah and we will discuss the differences inshallah. All right, you can stand up where you are. Okay, stretch a little bit and as you do that, let's listen to the recitation. Okay. And then we will begin to have seat

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