Beginning Classical Arabic Lesson 09

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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss various topics related to writing in the agenda for a class, including practicing pronunciation, merging two letters into a row, and proper pronunciation of Arabic. They provide examples and emphasise the importance of practice, including a exercise for testing pronunciation and finishing up the exercise by adding a slide to show who has had the opportunity to review a flower. They also discuss different words and phrases in Arabic, including "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will" and "will
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Let's get going this one out of 100 in Iraq Alameen wa salatu salam ala Ashraf an MBI were more saline and we you know watching that Mohammed Ira he was going to sleep along Malak Allahumma alumina we may and Farah No in fact, nothing that island tena was eating a lemon, yellow banana, I mean, this class insha Allah Tala is going to be mostly review an application. Okay, so the next bit of work we have to do in the book is mostly reviewing and applying concepts that we've already learned before, there will be a lot of new vocab, and sha Allah Tala today, and we won't learn anything new quote unquote, per se, in terms of grammar until next class next class, we get into

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some really interesting.

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We basically are going to learn our next grammatical case and look at some different types of cover. As we've dealt so far with two types of rope today, but we've only really been dealing with one type of cover. So it will be interesting and shallow. So looking right here, the first exercise we have, we have several words, they've taken away all diacritical markings off the top of my casserole, sukoon everything. And what we're looking for is work with pronunciation. Now, you're going to be concerned with two things, you're going to be concerned with the proper pronunciation of the Lamb, whether the lamb is going to sound like a lamb, or whether it will be merged via it along into the

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letter that comes after it. The second thing you're going to be trying to pay attention to is the ending, which it will be in the metaphor case. So it will have a Bama and because it has a leaf lamb, they will only have one. So starting down my list someone from the shahada family. Could you please do the first example here?

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I believe the first one would be added Babbu. Yes. Excellent. Very good. Let's go to the same well twice. Is there anyone else from the shahada family? Do number two?

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In the media, oh pad you do? Good. Is it L to Agito or at taggi? To catch you.

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That's exactly what we're looking for. Excellent job. So because the TAT and the lamb are both pronounced with the tip of the tongue? Well, oh, well a missing with Jensen in second. edit them to come Robbie, we're Bella Eben as an adjuster, he says in his poem, about Tajweed. If there's two letters that are going to be pronounced with the same part of the mouth, or adjacent parts of the mouth, then if the first one, if they come back to back, the first one has a sukoon, we're going to make it on the first one's going to disappear into the second. That's exactly what happened with Tad, do you know that tat and the lamb are both pronounced with the tip of the tongue? So the lamb

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gets merged because it has a cone gets merged into the top and l tears you becomes attached to you with a shadow on the good. If I can ask if you don't mind if I could ask the question ever. I love questions. So it's not just the Elephant Man. There's other examples where two letters could be close to the tip of the tongue. And it's necessary. It's not necessarily because it's the land. It's whatever the first letter is that silent, and you emphasize the second electorate. That's exactly what we're

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very good. Exactly. So the brother brought up an excellent point. The point about Islam. This is what this whole process is called merging something into something else is a funnel of phonological principle. It's a principle of pronunciation in Arabic, it doesn't just apply to the lamb. For those of you who have studied some Tajweed, it doesn't just apply to the noon, which is what you're probably more familiar with. Right? It applies to a whole bunch of letters, if not all of them. So for example, for example, in Sorenson, Kathy Rowan, I was just teaching some of your children this an hour or so ago. Now I bet to him. I had that tone. It's there's a Dell with a sukoon followed by

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a tap. Okay, the proper pronunciation of that word is not bend to him with trying to somehow get across the dial and also get across the town. No, it's to merge the dial into the tech completely because both the dial and the tap are pronounced are pronounced by the tip of the tongue. Right. Excellent. Thank you for pointing that out. Yeah, this is a larger principle than just the lamp.

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Masada Ross, could you please do the next one?

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najem good. Let's hear that last Holika what's supposed to be on the end of it? Oh sorry and Nigel.

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Most people who are familiar with with spoken Arabic, you would never say an edge move when you're doing spoken Arabic, but for our purposes because we're trying to reinforce grammatical concepts I'm going to force you to do it. So thank you very much for indulging me.

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Ibrahim, next one

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excellent row row or Row row row Yes. Oh god my room row not possible to be a column because it has a

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very good

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very good yet we have in the chat box. Okay, if we want to review the vocab that's a good idea. Let's do that to the Bible. The door at tells you the salesman the tradesmen, the businessman, and Nigel the star upon arrow, the moon. Excellent. Thank you.

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Ah, Sister name are you available for participation or No? If you are you're up

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use the rooster or the rooster to be more specific? Why? Because it has Elif lamb, which means that and listen to how she doubled down on that data sound at decode. So the lamb disappears, disappears into that dead because they're both pronounced with the tip of the tongue. Next, someone from the saved family

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and MA

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Excellent. And that is the water. Good. Somebody else from the side family that excellent. Oh, sorry, RU. Is that el cerebro or cerebro?

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Cerebro There we go. Very good. So you hear how we have within one household two examples. They differ in the rules. The first

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Oh, nice and clear lamp sound because the meme is not pronounced with the tongue at all. The meme is pronounced with the lips, my mum. Whereas the scene, the scene is the tip of the tongue and so setting verges with the lemma, we shouldn't say the land merges with the sea to become a 70 year old and a serie Rue means that yes,

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I shouldn't be asking you guys instead of just giving you the answer. That's what I should do.

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Okay, next up the shade family

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I'll buy two excellent

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the door

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I'll wait to the house. Thanks.

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All right. Someone else from the from the shake family the next one. And mercy to the masjid. Very good. And listen to how I'll be to the pronounced with the lips. Nothing to do with the tongue. I'll message you. There was me and again, all with the lips. Nothing to do with the tongue, which is why we're pronouncing the lamp.

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Good. Mir next one.

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Hi, I was actually trying to figure that one out. Okay, I'm gonna just

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Is it us?

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Kuru I don't know.

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Worth the one right before that. Oh, okay. Roger Lu. Yes.

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I don't know the meaning yet. Maybe Maybe you're supposed to be reviewing your your vocab?

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Yes. Oh, Raju means the man. The man.

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Very good. So we listened to how she pronounced that rah. Rah is pronounced with the tip of the tongue. It is next to the where the lamb is pronounced and so the lamb is going to merge into the rock which is exactly what she did. Oh, Raju. Next up to me and brother to me, please.

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So Carol?

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Yes. What does it mean?

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Sugar. Excellent. Very good. And listen to how he merged the lamb into the seat. They're both pronounced with the tip of the tongue. Instead of L. Sukkot. He said a soup kettle. And finally we have one more and

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That exhausts our list of participants. So I'll just say I lower APO L word have to listen to how the well also pronounced with the lips, is distinct enough from the lamb to not be part of emerge. Lamb is way far away from the lips, or at least far enough for our purposes. And the paper or the leaf

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is the meaning of it, the paper or the L word. Very good. Next exercise we Okay, well, I'll just say this because we have started. Let's see, el condado. If you if you want to say if someone has a doubt and say, Wait a second, El kamaru is pronounced with the tongue. Why aren't I emerging the lamb in with a cough? The answer would be because there's a difference between letters that are pronounced with the tip of the tongue law known, seen, technically the middle of time, but close enough to the lamp. And letters pronounced with the back of the tongue, like call.

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Cough, technically is yes, technically is a tongue letter, and not a throat letter, even though it's pretty close, right, the throat letters, there's six of them hems a hat, I in line hat hop, right, and they ranged from the furthest of the throat, the middle of the throat, the top of the throat, the next letters closest to the throat are off and then cap. Like even a desert, he says in this poem.

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And although they are very close to the throat, they're actually pronounced with the back of the tongue pressing up against the

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or creating a small space between the tongue and the back of the roof of the mouth. So even though they're pronounced with the tongue, they're pronounced with a part of the tongue that's far away enough to not warrant or deserve being merged with lamp. Excellent. Now we're going to have a different exercise. This one we're going to fill in the milk to the remember, we're talking about Joomla is MIA Joomla. izmi is a sentence that begins with an essence Joomla es Mia has two parts, the first part is moved to that the second part is covered. Here, they've given you the second part, they've given you the hub.

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And this is going to ask you to put in a suitable and appropriate look to them. A suitable subject for the predicate that is given, what you're going to have to do is, you're going to have to do three things. Now you're going to have to select a word that has the correct meaning. So it's testing your vocab, you're going to have to

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pronounce the lamb correctly. So it's going to test your pronunciation. And then you're going to have to finish off the word with Elif lamb correctly with a llama. And that's going to test your grasp of the gram.

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Oh, Chapin shadow family asks in the diagram I had last class is that it's the pink color part of the tongue only let me bring that up real quick. I believe I do have.

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Yes, your combs.

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That's quite a bit down the road. So just go into here and

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try to bring it out.

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Parliament will I get up the proper slide? The to answer your question shortly a while it loads the slide with the pink on the tongue was showing the only the letters that's here it is

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that get merged. Okay, so if you look at Jean, and yeah, are pronounced with the tongue, just as calf and cough are. And then this is kind of the barrier between the tongue letters and the throat letters. Okay, so there are four letters that are pronounced with the tongue that are not merged with the lamb. because either they're far away enough, like coffin cat, or because they have other characteristics, which we don't really have a ton of time to get into. Such as gene, which has should. And yeah, that differentiated enough from them to avoid being merged with. Right Does that answer the question?

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Okay, no, thank you for bringing that up. I was being lazy about getting the slideshow up again, but it was the right thing to do. Good job.

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Back to our exercise. Here we go.

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Okay, so again, going right down the list here.

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This will show who has had the opportunity to review the vocab or not. And if you haven't no shame at all we will help each other out and help you complete the exercise number one, Sister Nyima?

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I haven't had a chance to go vocabulary. Okay, no problem. Let's all do it together. So Avani Yoon is the other that means rich. Okay.

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Are you aware of a word that we could put in the front of the sentence to make the sentence make sense?

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Rich? Yeah. So who

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would be possibly be rich of the vocab? We've learned so far.

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We've learned the word for door. We've learned the word house. We've learned the word for a man. That could work. We've also learned the word. Yep.

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Very good. See? Excellent. I know you had it.

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Do you Barney? Yawn? Excellent. The business man is rich. And listen to

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Ted you'd also she made the proper pronunciation. She did not pronounce that lamp. She merged into the top. She finished it off with who tagged you? Yeah, let's look at this. Right? Yes

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so she put her shed on the top that was perfect. She finished it off with a Bama That was perfect. And then this is Vani Yun, which they didn't write because you should know if it's hover. It has to not only be one foot but it also has to be next year which is why it has to vamos instead of one very good attack you are going to Yun the trader or the businessman is rich.

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Number two, someone from the same household

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a socceroo. Will one excellent, masha Allah perfect. So Kaeru go ahead and translate us translate for us. The sugar is sweet.

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Excellent. So Kara, listen to how she doubled that scene. didn't pronounce the lamp. She put the proper ending on the move to that which was dama and she put the proper ending on the Hummer, which is a Bama. 10 two bonus one. Excellent.

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And you see how look it's encouraging. If you know the word you know how to pronounce everything, you know that that has to have a mama that that has to have a mama 10 And this has to have this right? Because you know the word and now you know its position grammatically in the sentence. Brother machine can you do the next one?

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I I'll I'll while they do. Murray dune. Okay. Very good. A little while you do. I'm not sure if we learned a while we do yet. It's very close to and well it, but it is a word and it is correct.

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I meant a word. Either way. I mean depends on what branch of medicine you're in, I guess so at the wellhead. And this is actually a good discussion. I won't go off on too much. Too much of a tangent, but it fits the pattern of some of the words we learned before. So what I do is that the child or the boy

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and to birth is well adda right is Allah says lemmya lead while a new lead he was not born nor does he give birth nor does he beget offspring. So what are the as a verb means to birth? And so if we put it on that pattern that we said to make the doer right remember the pattern was that real soon?

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Then what do we get? Well, it well you do. Which means parents

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which means parents because someone that

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has offspring. Excellent. And then if you add an ally for them to it, it becomes exactly what you said l well you do. Marie Vaughn was pronounced with the lips not with the tongue so we have no reason to not pronounce the lamb and listen to how it was given the proper ending both on the hover animal to that excellent. Moving on to the show family number four

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a lovely new lobbyism All right good love and hola vivo and I can tell you been working on your love. It sounds great.

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I love a new love even Okay, I'm gonna start I'm gonna

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start pointing out the same stuff to see if we can move a little little quicker. You did a great job somebody else in the shake family number five

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you know, we don't

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I'm sorry, I didn't I didn't hear what your example was. I'm sorry. What was it?

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I loved you. Hello. So even

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though he said

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I read you, Roger. Okay, sorry about that. Sorry. I think my technology not yours. Oh, Raju. Very good. Nice. sensical sentence better than the one I was hearing. While we learn. The man is tall,

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Raju Lu, while we learn listen to how he merged the lamb in with the law because they're both pronounced at the same place that tip of the tongue

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moving down to mute system here, can you can you manage to think of something that's going to work with cosied? Yeah.

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I'll want to do Quincy room. Excellent.

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So when I do the child, I'll see one issue.

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Very good.

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Clear this and we will move along.

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Okay, now we're going to have a matching exercise. Okay. So it's a similar thing. Testing vocabulary, what's going to make sense what hover see me what moved to that is going to make sense with which cover this is going to be a little bit easier than the previous exercise because they have given you already the all of the pronunciation that you need. They've written the Fed has a thumb as the customers that means and everything else. So moving right along. So what we'll do is we'll go down the list of the subjects that move to that and you will just choose one that makes sense from the B column. Okay, or the back column if you will. So SR Nerima. Europe, a balibo what

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goes with a balibo?

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I'm not sure

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I would use the you know, let's let's do process of elimination. So, la vie, you know, it means

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no means

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not going to cut it. Next auto means

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broken. Hopefully not hopefully the students not broken

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not very polite. Let's keep going.

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This is open. Nope.

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Marie Vaughn. is ill or is sick. Or how Ron which means hot?

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Maybe one.

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Excellent. That's the most important answer a couple of them. If we really really wanted to stretch it, maybe could have worked but the best answer as a balibo Marie Boone. Excellent. Someone from the same family number to

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add the new. Yeah, yep. The one. Yeah. Good enough too often. And what does that mean? Translated for us?

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The store is open. Yes. Excellent. Something we're all hoping for.

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A great job.

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Promotion next.

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To far who? Lady done. Excellent. Yes. What does that mean? Apple is delicious. The apple is delicious. Very good. Excellent. Moving right along. Shake family. Next one.

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Ellmau heron, very good. What does that mean? The water is cold. Cold.

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The other way the hot. I like that. The same exact thing happened to each of you.

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Yeah, it is hot. Very good.

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Someone else from the safe family. The next one?

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Very good. Yes. And hydrotherapy on the

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Rock is heavy. And finally me

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All right, so it's gonna be kamaru Max su room. Excellent. That means

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I know the other the second word is broken. Good. I don't know the first one. I just guess that one is the only one left side is messed up

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till you make it as we say that yeah, of course is the pen. It's an

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excellent Yes.

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Okay, so the pen is broken. Fantastic. Everyone's doing great. Let's try to get through

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the rest of the chapter. Inshallah, here we have a little word bank. So if you're looking for a review, we have 101 which means suite

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for example, as SoCal 101 We have Mary Vaughn which means ill or sick of balibo Mary bone the students is ill at Duke can the store or the shop at Dukane who may have to run a shop is open Avani Yan or an even means rich

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at 10 zero

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Ronnie Yan the businessman is wealthy is rich poor we learn for when we install a Roger you are assuming a module four we learn the man is taught 30 year own

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appear on means poor

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a folly boo Eboo 31 Something that we've all experienced those of us who have gone abroad to study the student or the secret of knowledge is poor call see Iran

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I'll see Iran short.

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And when I do consider Iran the child or the boy is short. At two

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at Bethel the apple two barefoot lady you don't.

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Now we have here a very handy

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chart of the hotel for local Maria. Her roof is means letters. So it's meaning the moon letters. Well hello, Ruth. I shall see Yeah.

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So just like we had that wonderful slide in our

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in our slideshow showing you breaking it down for you, what are all of the Sun and Moon letters. The sun letters we said are the ones that become merged with the lamb or we should say the lamb merges into them if it has a Sukwon

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whereas the moon letters are the opposite the ones that stay pronounced, okay, they are not going to have them merge with them. Now what we have here in our book is a two columns, one for all of the moon letters and one for all of the Sun letters. So we're going to read through them quickly. And there's going to be a lot of new words in this list. For us to

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to think about.

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Scrolling ahead real quick, okay.

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So SR nine, Could you could you try to read this first word here that begins with Le so we're going to go through the moon letters first the ones that are not merged with them

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Apple, very good. Apple.

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A father

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so bad. I'll

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notice that that Hamza is pronounced in the throat that's far away from the tip of the tongue. The bat is pronounced with the lips that's also far enough from the tip of the tongue.

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Next we have someone from the same family

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excellent, good. skip to the next one, because we know that one.

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Jen do excellent. And Jana to paradise or a garden May Allah make us from the people of paradise. I mean, so Jean is a sun assuming a moon letter, it doesn't merge with them. Even though it is pronounced on the tongue. It has other qualities that make it stand alone and independent. Have a

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As well we learned a female that means a donkey.

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machine could you read the following one for Ha,

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Very good bread and clubs means bread. And four is a throat letter. So just with hat, hat and cloth are going to be pronounced independently from the land are not going to be merged with at all.

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How do we know? That was a tap versus a hot? Oh, Jana? Oh yeah. That is going to have its own its own chapter, the timeout of Bucha. We will get into that short answer is because it has two dots. But as a to two dots over it. It's a timeout of buta if it has no dots, it's a hat. But that will get its own lesson down the road inshallah.

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Just for the, okay, we'll run through the list once and then I'll read the remainder of them for the sake of time. Che family I.

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Aleinu very good. I know means many things. One thing it means is your eye. Right? Which is nice because it sounds just like that. And i and i i It can also mean a spring of water. It can also mean a spy like an espionage but those are some those are secondary meanings. Yes, exactly. Like some people for short form. They say the evil eye they just call it li vi is going to give you the eye. Okay, very good. Me.

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And I have finally a team right and so let's finally a team with the eye of certainty.

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Do you want me to read the next one? Okay, fine.

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lunch, lunch, lunch.

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And notice how both Cole and I and align they're all throat letters. They're all far away from the tongue. And so they're going to be independent, they're not going to be merged with the left

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rather to mean next word.

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For more excellent and firm is the mouth and family. The mouth

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komaru we already had that is the moon

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someone from the shahada family

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for teff

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al caribou

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the dog I'll tell you we talked about how cough and calf are yes they are pronounced on the tongue but they are far in the back of the tongue far enough away from them to be independent and not merged with the lamp

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that's a lot can you pleased? Do we didn't mean a metal and Alajuela do What about her? Can you do her for us?

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And how

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are we good?

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Hawaii Oh means the air. So these are review alumna means water. And well do means child or son or I should say boy and El Hawa. Who means the air meme, and well are both letters pronounced with the lips, therefore they're not merged with them and how is pronounced in the throat so it is not merged with them either. And finally, Ibrahim, could you do the last one here for ya?

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Oh the do good. Alia do Iliad is a hand Alia do by hand.

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And yeah, even though it's pronounced on the tongue, it has other attributes and qualities that exempt it from being merged with the lamp. That was very good everybody. I'm going to run through the whole eficiencia the sun letters more quickly just to preserve time. And if you are able to I recommend you write down the new vocabulary words that we have. And I'll explain again like I have been why these letters are going to be merged with the LEM as opposed to the other ones. We already had to do businessman or the trades person that which is pronounced with the tip of the tongue

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as though boo the job at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam it meant all clothing.

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Now it has come to mean on the one day I'm not wearing it for class.

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You know the the film that everybody knows the Arabian type of garment that goes all the way down to your to your feet

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dal which is pronounced on the tip of the tongue at D qu. The rooster

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Zell also pronounced with the tip of the tongue, as the hub of the Hebrew means gold.

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Okay, we go through, that is definitely a fair criticism, a new vocabulary is too fast to write them. So maybe what I can do is let's see if I can write them next to

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the word here. So this is gold.

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How's that? This is

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these are all kind of Thank you. Yeah, no, thanks. Thanks, again, thanks for mentioning it. I don't want anyone to be left behind. We're all in this together. So if there's a problem or an obstacle to your learning, let us know. We'll find a solution together.

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Have a question? Are we putting like the in front of everything, when we're writing the word meaning? Like the gold or the gold? Don't necessarily, but you should definitely understand that when you put Ali's name on it, you're making it develop. Okay, okay. You should be able to infer that if you take any time away and just say that her boon, then you mean gold or a piece of gold, right? But you don't I don't see the need to necessarily do that while you're writing down the words.

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RA for our Raju man with the man as we said before, Ra is pronounced with the tip of the tongue.

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We have zebra Zebra is the flower

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Zap is pronounced with the tip of the tongue just like

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we have seen which is also pronounced with the tip of the tongue as semi cool. Which means fish or the fish here.

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We have a shrimps which we learned before is this lovely smiling son over here. Ash gems

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for saw that which is also pronounced with the tongue we have L Sadhguru. A Sadhguru. Which means chest.

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Your stomach is your chest.

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Allah says in surah NAS, levy us we will be sold all in as soon as the plural of Southern, right so in the chests or in the breasts of people. That's where the devil whispers to us to try to influence our actions. So hello, from Southern and we'll learn about plurals in the not too distant future in Sharla. Okay, when I move this down, I think it's going to

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not move my text.

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But that's okay.

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Everybody have those words down? Let's ask that. Does everybody have those words down? And then I'll move on to finish the rest of them.

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Oh, okay, let me I'll put it back up here where it belongs. That way, it'll be next to the word. And then when you guys are done writing the words you can let me know. And then we will finish up this list inshallah.

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In the meantime, if I could ask a quick question.

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When sister Mia asked about gold, and it was just gold versus love gold. The reason we do gold is because my four right, because it's known that that particular piece of gold, not gold in general.

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Yes, you're right. Substitute Monteforte with Malita fair amount of fat. That's what I meant. That's 100%. I'm trying to get the concept but the words.

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That's, that's understood. Now, as long as you get the concept, the words are going to come exactly. So yes, the once you know the word in and of itself, that headland, you can play with it, right, you can add Elie flam, and make it as the Habu and it's doubled, you can take it away, stick a 10 win on the end of it, and it becomes some gold or a piece of gold that have been right. And we will learn other patterns and things to do with words so that we can manipulate them in the same way.

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While I'm up here, I should write these words in from the others side in which this was

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father. Okay. Jenna, is let's say guard and that's the literal meaning.

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And it's interesting. What's the difference between for those of the language enthusiast who have a little bit more exposure to Arabic? What's the connection between Jana and

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Jin and Jeannine

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we have three different words. And there's more of them that all come back to the same root word jet gene known known. And they mean different things. A Jin is like an invisible spirit. Jenna is a garden and Janine is a is a fetus. It's not about you wanted to say something?

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Yes, excellent, good. So the root word means to be concealed from vision. Right? How beautiful. And so agenda is a garden, the trees and flowers and foliage of which is so thick that you can't see through it.

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Right, you can't see through it like it's concealed. secluded. A gin is a spirit that you can't see. And the Janine is the fetus because you can't see that either.

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Call that good.

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And if if you're using a phone, or another tablet or some sort of any device that's capable of doing a screenshot, it might be a quicker way to just do a screenshot of what we have right now. And then you can fill them in in your notebook later.

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Can you go up a little bit? Sure.

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That's good.

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Yes. All right.

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Okay, good.

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Okay. Down to not yet. No, I'm gonna write that in. Okay. That's what we're going to finish for today. Inshallah, I'll give you a little bit of

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a minor homework assignment. And that'll be it. And that will put us in good position to continue on to something new and exciting. Next class. So we had all of these were known except for Al Howard was there.

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Yeah, it was.

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Hand. And okay, now we're onto the letter law of the Lord

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is pronounced with the tongue. And so it's close enough to learn that we're going to merge them together. Whoa, whoa, ha, right, like unsalted, blah, ha, you don't say well go Hi, sir. Well, we'll have a life of both is a guest

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for live we have from before or is with the tip of the tongue. So it merges with lamp law is with the tip of the tongue as well. So it merges with them. Lob means back, and we're talking about anatomy, we're talking about the human back.

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All right part of the body lawful.

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Lamb obviously would merge with lamb because it's pronounced in the exact same spot. Lakmal means meat, the meat.

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And our last word, noon, which is pronounced in an almost identical spot as the lamp

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is for an edge ml, which means star. So anybody wants to take a screenshot of this, you'll have the remainder of the vocab list, you can record it into your notebooks,

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at your convenience.

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And let me know when you're done. And then

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I'll just give you a minor homework assignment

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inshallah to be done for Saturday. Okay, excellent. Can I ask a question?

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When you write a, is it always two lands?

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Is it always written with two lungs? Yes. If you add a leaf law, this is a good question. Because words that begin with LEM we're thinking wait a second. The lamb is

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merging, is it not? Right. So how do we account for if we have Okay, let's break it down letter by letter we have at least now that's part of the tidy right though. Then we have

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another limb

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and then here we have a human heart enemy. Okay.

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Since we're doing at

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In between these,

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we're going to add a shadow onto this

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which is going to imply

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a doubling of this. So it's as if we have

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it's as if this is really what is being pronounced at least lamb. Lamb lamb had me.

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Right? There is no annotation

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here in Arabic to describe a tripled letter. Okay, all we have is the sender, which goes for a double letter.

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And so that's what necessitates us keeping this lamb here.

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Because we're doubling this one.

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Already, we could say the, the lamb that has the original part of the word, we're doubling it, because of its merging with the lamb of Alif. Lamb.

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So even though we're pronouncing in essence, three of them, we can only write one and then a double one.

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Does that?

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I don't feel like I was very clear. But does that make sense?

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Like this is an independent linguistic feature, that this doesn't go away. Right?

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If we were to make it go away, let's imagine it from the opposite end. If we were to make it go away, it would not be clear that there was an Elif lamb Tao wreath on the end on the beginning of this, that would mean though.

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So in order to preserve the clarity of meaning, and also because that's describing what's going on,

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we have to keep this as a separate feature. And the shadow on the lamp reflects the fact that there's ivam between the lamp Elif lamb and the lamb of the actual word Hamdulillah.

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Great. Okay, any other questions before. Before we wrap up, I'm going to scroll down here and show you.

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So this

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is what I would like you all to practice for next class. Okay, so it's the same thing, you're going to practice reading them and also practice writing them. The more you write, the more your vocab will sit in you in a more automatic way it will coalesce everything that you've done. So I highly recommend to write as much as you possibly can

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recite it out loud l way to add the GU l moda resu, L

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for evil, and so on and so forth.

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Making sure you're pronouncing the lamp correctly, making sure you're putting the right thing on the end of the word and also reviewing the meaning. There are just a couple of words here that we have not learned yet. And so I am obligated to tell you what they mean.

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is Brother

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Russell is

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messenger as we should know

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l wedge who

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is face talking that part of the body

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Saudi coup

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is friend

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al por que han we should all know that is our solar two. We should all know what that is as well as account number two. Yes, you should know that as well.

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Out. So

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head, meaning or the body

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is that

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this barrel is a finger and an Arabic there is no

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separate word for toe. So it's a finger or it could be a toe.

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I'll solve one

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is soap.

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This is

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finger now

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become significant and FIP Alpha measure you should know that now the rest of them are just the names of the prayer times. Okay, so

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we've learned a lot of new words today.

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Take your time do your best to learn them, memorize them and practice them. And insha Allah with time if you just practice a little bit every day it will get easier and easier and it will stick in sha Allah, especially as we said, the more that you are able to write them

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So if you would like to take a screenshot of that, that way, everybody has that. And may Allah reward the student who prepared the vocab list if anybody else wants to either add to it or continue to make a vocab list from the new words then inshallah

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that's something I'll leave up to you all inshallah.

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So does anybody else have any final questions before we dismiss her to that?

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Okay, everybody is doing a great job. I'm very, very happy with everybody's progress. And I look forward to next lesson in sha Allah.

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Have a good night. So don't worry come after