Beginning Classical Arabic Lesson 10

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The speakers discuss the pronunciation of Arabic words and their meaning, including the use of "naigth" and "bringing it" in Arabic. They also discuss the use of "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit," "fit,"

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Ashraf, mousseline Nabina Muhammad Latina Muhammad Ali Abu Salah was good Tasneem Allah, Marlon, Naveen, a inverno, and Van

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was even that many out of that on me.

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Okay, very good. So today is a brand new day umbrella here in central New York, we've got fresh snow on the ground.

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And we will be proceeding on to a new, fun and exciting grammar concept.

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But first, what I want to do is I want to go to our homework,

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and just have everybody read off

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the very last exercise

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that we left off from before moving on to something else. So I will go down

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the list here for those who are able to participate. I know some people said they're at work and I can't use the microphone.

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So I guess I'll jump in, since we have only a few students that I have loaded up the baraka inshallah.

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So what you're going to do is you're going, we're going to read through all of these.

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And we're balancing we're doing a balancing act, right, we have now, an additional thing to keep in mind or to keep track of the first being, okay, how are we going to pronounce the lamp? Are we going to be pronouncing it as a lamp? Or is it going to be assimilated into the following letter, due to its proximity of where it is pronounced,

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then we have to account for the ending of the word. All of these cases, it's going to have a abama. But also notice that they've taken away most of the how to catch most of your small vowels, your diacritical marks. And so it's going to rely on your knowledge of the vocabulary, which I've hope you've I hope you've been trying to keep up with I know is a lot. If anybody is ever in need of strategies for reviewing vocab, please ask me or some of the other students we can have a conversation about that. Because as you can tell already,

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the more you kind of put off the vocab, it's only going to keep on accumulating. And it's hot with language. It's can get discouraging when we reach a point where we feel like there's too much. So

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we'll do I guess, how about we do it in threes?

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Yes in need. Okay, now, notice, we will we will talk about strategies for review. Okay, I'm going to do the first three and we'll do three at a time in Shala. So we have L Bay to

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do AD D qu.

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Al muda ri Su.

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And then can we have Mossad rods? Can you please do the next three?

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unbabel

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as soon

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Very good. Someone from the shahada family. Could you do the next three

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and thorough and a whole? I don't know if Excellent, very good. And I'm sorry, I should have been saying the meanings along with them. So we have a base which means the house at Deke, which means the rooster and mother is the teacher. Al Bab, the door of ball lib the students as Sukkur the sugar deaf tough at Deaf tattoo, which was the notebook? I'll echo that brother and a rasuluh the messenger very good someone else from the shahada family could you do the next three first in Arabic and then tell us that English

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which who the face

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Oh, I don't think we skipped added rasuluh prophet.

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What's the first one go ahead, which is the face

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study Gu

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the friend companion I believe is

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Al Al Karim N. The Quran. Very good. X.

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And def title for review is

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the notebook. Sorry the notebook sorry if that was unclear from before. At

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desktop here is the notebook and someone asked excellent work. Okay. Moving on to the second family could one of you do the next three

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of

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us

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Oh

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yeah, yeah, sorry. Good. It's interesting to see a word that we're used to just saying, right? Not knowing how it's written. Now we see how it's written. So it's kind of like it's a little bit foreign.

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And then

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a wetsuit. So what is the meaning of a wetsuit?

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It's your noggin

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or Salah and I'll cover those are obviously being the prayer of God looking.

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At it is yes, a solid two? Yes, that's one of the ones. So listen to how we merge the lamb into the solid as sada two and how we don't merge it into the calf. So l cow the two and how the one with the rock l Rock Sioux is gets merged. Very good. Someone else from the same family next three

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as BA is Bowery.

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Sabu a Serb buen Asad guna

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though for a deferral good only thing I'll correct is your TF team on a saw Boon instead of Sabu and saw Boon which means what do they mean these three

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middle one is so yes, good. Is But Bo. Don't remember

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a digit finger either or it's up

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and I'll duffer is

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don't remember the fingernail Oh.

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So those come together as a group so we have finger and the fingernail very good. I know it's a lot of vocab it's going to take some time to get used to it inshallah but everybody's doing a great job

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which one is that system? Most about? Is the fruit

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of

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what's the I?

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I know a look for is in the Hadith attack Lima Alpha. Right when the Prophet SAW I said I'm just talking about the things not to do during Hajj. One of them is temple even alpha, right? So this is removing your fingernails or clipping your fingernails.

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I want to say that you write with

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what sorts of manga but I can't recall the verse at the moment. So if someone comes up with it in sha Allah, I'll get back to it. Good. And then the rest of them. Probably not necessary are the names of the prayer times. Again, one of these words that you've seen, you've heard you've been saying maybe all of your life. Now you get to see it and read it. I'll federal vo ro

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ro l Mel Rebo l Orisha.

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Right. And notice again, the main point of what we're doing here is concentrating on maybe not the main point. But one of the key things that we learned which letters does lamb assimilate into and which ones does it not assimilate into? So l virgin fat as pronounced with the lips gets too far away from the place where lambda is pronounced and so we pronounced both of them distinctly

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federal whereas VA yes please go ahead ask the question. Whereas law is pronounced with your tongue very close to them. And so we say l vo don't pronounce the lamp I in this pronounce from the throat and so it is far away we go el la su

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mean an iron as well are far away so that we have to pronounce that instead of

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Okay. Thank you for checking. Go ahead. What was your question? So my daughter the other day when she was listening to one of our classes and we brought up I believe it was mid that Elsa and would that have this and you talked about the root words and how they're all pretty much intertwined.

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if you will, today when we were studying and she was next to me, she goes, she was trying to read one of the words and it was actually tifab. And she got confused with moustache. But she's like, is it the same roof structure thing, even though they don't have anything to do with one another?

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It often is as you're talking about Apple and and open in key and burger Yes. Looked at because yes, because that's a hot. Okay, let me get my little pen out here.

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Okay, so if you go miftah okay, what's the root word? Every Arabic word can be traced back to a root. Most of those roots are three letters long. Well, I'm just all over the place back to hot. Okay, so this root word signifies opening. Right? Things that have to do with being open a lot is alphabet Taff. Right. So this is a certain pattern that we subjected to this route to, until we get what this is called smo Bella, which is something we'll get to later. Whereas the adjective method to

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literally means opened, right? Like it's like a past participle, the object of a verb, something that has opened something that opens like the, we've learned this so far, Fatty, which is a name, the opener, right? Somebody who opened something fatty, on the pattern of failure for lib WAF, the

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jellies.

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Um, what else we can do a bunch of stuff with it, we can, yes, so miftah ism, Allah. This is all stuff that's going to come in sha Allah, how to manip how to take one route,

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which is three letters long, and manipulate it to get all of these different words that exist on regular patterns. So NIF tap on the pattern of MIDI file is used for an instrument. Okay?

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So like,

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what are other examples, like myth odd, or

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there's a bunch and we will get to them.

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Where you take this as you're taking the route, and this particular pattern has to do with an instrument that does that, that work. So if that means to open, then something on the pattern of MIDI file is going to do the job of opening, which is a key.

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Right? Nifty.

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But all of that we will learn those patterns. This is part of morphology, how to manipulate one route in order to get many words. It's really fun because it lights it lets you learn a lot of Arabic words just from learning the root word. So we will inshallah we will definitely get there. Once we start to get into verbs and understanding how verbs are structured, we'll start to learn from these patterns. So the Apple just random. The other ones made sense to kind of go to a, I won't say that it's random. I'll say that I need to go back and look at that one. Gotcha. That's too fast. would seem to be on that. From that. But I don't recall anything off the top of my head, but I'll

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look it up. I'll look it up and let you know. And show.

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Anyway, after

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the Ufa. Yes, very good. Very good. So we do have the idea. What Allah levena Ha, ha rom Nakoula EVO, in which case loafer is not a fingernail, but it's a

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it's a type of,

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like a cloven hoof. It's a type of, right. So it would it's kind of like the fingernail

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for an animal lover in that particular. And I'm very good. Yes. Sort of. Very good. You were, you were very close.

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Good. Excellent. So that brings us to the end of this exercise. And that means that we get to move on to something new, and fun and exciting.

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Which is the genitive case,

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the genitive case.

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Okay.

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We learned before. Let's review a little bit to put this in its proper context. We learned that

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it's looking like my videos kind of slowing down as my connection.

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We learned that the Joomla ischemia has two parts to it.

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The subject and the predicate move to that and the hub okay. We learned that both of those types of words both the subject and the predicate existed in a particular grammatical case. That was called mater for in English. It is called the nominative case.

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This case in Arabic

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is represented by a bummer. Okay, every single sentence that we were making up until now have bombas at the end whether it was one of them or two of them as part of a 10 week and msg do berry doing MSG do they have to have that must be doing everything was done my Mama Mama, why? Because this type of sentence, both the subject and the predicate are always going to be in this grammatical case. Okay? We use this grammatical case, the nominative case called metaphor in Arabic, to talk about

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what someone or something is, right? If we're translating these sentences into English, the message is nearby, the mesquite is far away, the house is large, right? All statements that have to do with this is that or he or she, the student is tall, right? All is statements. So anything that are these type of statements there for declarations

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in Arabic are going to be motor for in the nominative case, both the subjects that move to that and the hub. Okay, very good. There are other cases for other types of words and concepts and relationships. And they're represented by other how to cats. Today, we're going to learn the genitive case. And it looks like oops, I forgot to

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pardon me, I need to just correct this for a second. This is the genitive case, which is known in Arabic as

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Medrol.

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Medrol.

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Okay.

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This word mens role literally means something that is dragged on the ground. Why do they call this case manager or because it's represented by the Kessler, which is on the bottom of the word and not like the flat tire on the BOMA? That's on the top of the word. What's the idea? Behind the genitive case? The genitive case doesn't talk about declarations so much is statements so much as it talks about the relationships between words, especially the relationships between nouns, what types of relationships are we talking about? Usually we're talking about possession,

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time and place.

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Right. So the students pen,

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the teacher's desk

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is an example of possession for time,

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after noon, or after the hook, or before federal.

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Right, and then placed for example, over the desk or on top of the desk, underneath the couch, to the side of

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the door. Right inside the box. All these sorts of words establish relationships of possession, time or place. So we're going to be using the genitive case in Arabic called mens ruled to be talking about these types of relationships. Okay, the sign of it, as we said, is the customer. So whenever we're dealing with these types of things we're trying to get across, we're going to be seeing the customer. And we'll look, let's take a look at how these sorts of things are going to be constructed. What's the formula? Okay, we said way back in the beginning that there were three types of words in Arabic. The first was isum, which is nouns plus basically nouns plus some other things

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that we don't usually consider as nouns.

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There, which is verbs, and how, which can be either an article or a preposition. The formula for talking about time and place for using the genitive case, is to use a hub. We're going from right to left here to use a hub and then after it, you're going to have your normal noun

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in the genitive case.

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Okay, okay, that's very theoretical. What are you talking about? First, let's learn to prepositions and we'll see them in action.

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Action. Today we will be learning Isla which means on or on top of. And we will be learning fee which means in or inside.

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Footnote.

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Prepositions of Arabic are

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more flexible than prepositions in English. Isla and fie have multiple meanings. And their meanings are not limited to these things. But in everyday speech, and everyday speech, especially today, these are the meanings that most people meet. So if you use Isla, you're usually talking about something on top of something else. And if you use B, you're usually talking about something inside or in something else.

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Now we have an example. Let's see this in action.

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Our sample sentence? Oh, balibo feel Beatty?

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Oh yeah, here we go. So this is a Joomla is

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just like we've been learning. It has a mood setter, and the hub. But this cover is different from the others that you've seen before. It's made up of not one word, but two words. And one of those words is a preposition. And so it is going to affect the final vowel marking on our noun elbaite instead of El balibo Phil way to no fee has come into the picture. And it has an impact on the word that comes after it. So we have L balibo Feel Beatty.

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Feel Beatty, literally the students is in the house, or is inside the house. Our formula, which is only talking about a different type of club are here. Our move to that has stayed the same.

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But our hover has changed. Now instead of just the isum we're using a preposition A half and then an SM after.

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Because this is some is after a preposition, its grammar is going to change. It's no longer showing the llama it's no longer in the nominative case. It's now in the genitive case, we're talking about the relationship of place in this example. And so we have to have a Kastler instead of Lb two. We have L Beatty.

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Does anybody have any questions about this basic concept?

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So if I'm getting this correctly, it's changing it from saying the house to his house. Specifically the person who came the prepositions house, right? Yes, Bill Bates literally means in the house. Okay. So, remember what we learned before how at least lamb made something definite or indefinite. Okay. So in this particular case,

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it is definitely

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we are talking about one specific house, whose house it is? We don't know. We can't tell without context. Because this particular fee is talking about location and not necessarily possession.

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Right. So know what a generic house a specific house, the student is in that specific house, we just don't know what the relationship to the student to the house is. It's just a specific house, not a general house Exactly. Wanted to and we'll talk about this later. But these are the most common examples. We could say fee baiting. We don't have to have any flam on this last word here. That would mean the student is in a house. We don't know which one.

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Right? That's possible. We could have done that. But that's a rarer usage than to say, the student is in the house. In the context of a conversation, you would know which house you're talking about. You walk up to the door, you say, Hey, where's the student said oh, the students in the house. And by context, you understand which house you're talking about of body, feel bat? And notice how that's a good question because it also shows us that if we do have a leaf lamb, we have to stick to our rules. We can only have one customer at the end of the word if it has a leaf lamb. Whereas if we had said fee based in the stew

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is in a house then the Elif lamb disappears and we have to add the 10 wean the appropriate 10 wean on the end.

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Good question. Is it just the Halaqa of the noun in the hub that is impacted?

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Not the hub.

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Okay. So,

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when it comes to total, okay, these types of prepositions, some of them, most of them are MEB Nice. Most of them do not decline for grammar, most of them do not show grammar. Okay, so fee is never going to change. It's never going to be foo, or fat, right? showing any sort of different grammatical case it is fixed. Same with Allah. The second example we've learned, there are some a few prepositions

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that can reflect changes of grammar, but we'll get to those later. So the short answer to your question is usually, the preposition is not affected by any grammatical thing. It doesn't demonstrate grammar in the first place. It is meant Miyan it is fixed. Whereas nouns as we learned nouns demonstrate changes in grammar. And so the noun is always going to be impacted by what's going on. either. If it's just the only the, the noun as the as the predicate like the Hubba, then it's going to manifest or demonstrate the Obama because it's in the nominative case, because it's metaphor. If it's after a preposition is going to demonstrate the genitive case, the measure rule

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with a casserole. Right? So yes, so nouns will always demonstrate, except for except for a few exceptions, we'll get again, we'll talk about the exceptions later. And the prepositions will almost never demonstrate.

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Good, very good question.

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Okay, let's see an example of Allah.

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Al Kitab, who the book is sorry, oops. And this is a slight

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typo on my air. So, L key turbo, the book.

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Allah is on

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as sorry.

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Oops.

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There we go. Should be just one customer that, oh,

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I've got a lot of customers hiding out.

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I'm not sure how to get them to go away. I can mess with it later. Sitting at

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I can mess with that later. You guys get the point. Elke Tahoe, Allah sorry. The book is on the bed. Right? Allah is a preposition. It doesn't change. It's fixed. It's Magneto. But it does affect what comes after. Because we have the preposition. We're talking about a relationship of place, as SETI rule becomes a SETI.

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And that is exactly what we're talking about today. Let's go to the book. And we'll work on some exercises and learn some new

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vocab. Question, can the move to the be implied and not explicitly stated? Where is the student? The student is in the house? Yes, of course, always. Definitely. In fact, in spoken, or we should say in common speech, that's the default. But however, we need to learn the full forms in complete sentences to appreciate

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the grammatical rules. And then after that, you can delete things all the time, as most people do when they get more fluent in a language, you would know it was a Joomla ischemia by the grammar. Right. So if somebody said, Phil Beatty, the model, the part that's deleted from the sentence is a political Phil Beatty, you assume that the thing that you asked about is going to be the subject of the response. Right? So if I say, a an authority, where is the student we're learning that word today to a new question word meaning where it said, Phil Bates, it's assumed that the thing that you were just talking about, the closest thing that you were talking about is the subject of the

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following sentence.

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Good, so let's have

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a sudden lots can you please read for us this first example you

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and be to feel at Excellent. Someone from the shahada family can you do the next one

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Hellfire music as measured fi l measure Do

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you do you see as many

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BMS 3d film as DD? Excellent, very good. And that's a really wait actually that we are

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even pink dimension is that how, how are we going to connect B and the word that comes after? Okay because it is 100 for the muscle.

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This is 100 to the muscle

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that yeah, is going to skip over it and go right to the left. Okay, feel messed up.

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Whereas in other examples, such as this one down here and the last one, if we have a

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son letter, which we do here, it's going to skip two letters and jump over to the scene.

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Once I just kind of gave away the, the answer for that. So someone else from the shahada family can you do? A Mexico

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and Mexico?

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Excellent. Very good. On the desk. I'll make Toby good. Someone from the same family that our last example right here in part A.

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Sorry.

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I left sorry. Excellent. Mashallah, exactly what we're looking for. So listen to how she's first of all, she said, said Edie. And she skipped all the way from the last letter of Isla right to the seat, because it's a son letter. Allah said you on the vet? Good. Brother, Muslim, can you continue for us?

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I know. I know. I know, Mohammed, Dawn. Okay, very good. Aina aina. Meaning, where?

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Okay, so this is a new question question where that we learned today? It means where?

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That, yes, again, because prepositions often talk about place. And so now we need to have a question word, in order to ask about place so that we can answer questions about place, and I will take the opportunity.

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No embarrassment, when it comes to pronunciation is at all because we're all here to learn.

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Brother Russian did a very, very common thing that a lot of people do, which is he substituted an iron for the Hamza. You heard him say, aina. Well, how am I doing? This is a very, very common thing in touch wheat, a very common mistake. Why? Because the iron and the Hamza are both pronounced in the same place. And the iron is more difficult than the hunter. And so whenever we learn, I mean, every single person who I think has ever learned Arabic, once they finally learn iron and can pronounce it correctly, they start putting that I in everywhere.

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Even on the Hamza, right, because it takes it took a long time to be able to pronounce that I'm correct. So something to be actually I had just a court incident this morning after budget with the same exact thing. So Aina

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Aina, you hear how the Hamza is a

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Aina as opposed to aina.

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Very good. Aina Mohammedan.

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And then, brother Muslim, could you answer the question too? Sure.

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Hello, Fi feel Hola. Hola. Hola. farty. Excellent work. Good job. So they threw a couple of things at you right here. They gave you a vocab word. Okay, let me just scroll down a little bit here. And I'll write the vocab words so that anybody who wants to

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screenshot can screenshot as a lot of fun. waterphone means a room.

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Okay, it means a room. So because it's Alif. Ma'am, here, l will refer to means the room.

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We don't know, by this word alone, which room he's in. But we can tell from the picture that he's probably in his room. Right? If somebody says, Oh, he's in the room, right. Colloquially, that can mean something that is more specific. We also have here Hula, hula, which is one of our subject pronouns. So

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Just like an English how we have he, she, I, you, we, they, these are subject pronouns we have the same pronouns in Arabic and so they gave you a subject pronoun, he means who? Excuse me? Hola means Hey. So called who Allahu Ahad

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say He Allah, who Allah who I have done is unique Joomla is me, who Allah who I had.

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So he had a question we probably pose the question Aina or Hamadan? Where is Mohamed and the answer Rua

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he feel more fuzzy. This is a Joomla Ismir, who is the moment to that fill the waterfall is the hover because we have be a lot of fun to becomes a lot of fatigue. Because it is measurable.

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Excellent work. Good job.

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Let's see working our way

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back to

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sister massage. Can you please do the next question and answer?

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What ain't my Aina Yes, Yvonne.

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Who are feeding her mommy.

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Excellent. Great job. Okay, so we have our new vocab word.

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Which is the bathroom

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or if you're Canadian, the washroom. I'm not sure what they call it in the UK. A water closet.

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In the US we say to that as a yes. What am I and where is the asset? Where is he? Ha he Phil Harmon is in the bathroom.

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Excellent. Someone from the shahada family. Next one.

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I'm sorry, you don't mind me asking a quick question? Of course not. Is it the the bathroom Jimin? Jimin me when you ask the E doesn't that make it my bathroom? Oh good, good. Good. I'm glad you asked that with a just a casserole. No. Yes, we added an entire year. That would make it hard for me. But make it mine we'll get there that has to do with possessive attached pronouns. Because I know like with the masculine and feminine there's always just a variation of one letter to change it. But it threw me off because

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to me means mine. No no.

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If you said hunmanby You could not put Alif Lam before it Ah right. So cute. That's what makes it the generic bathroom now my personal possession That's right. So I'm going to say the bathroom I would say my bathroom exactly this the difference here

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right so we have L hammer me though bathroom hammer me with a Yeah, not a castle up my bath. And we will get there I think fairly soon in a couple of lessons and so a lot of that that comes up. Good. So go ahead. While we're with you weigh in and Munna he taffy and Mokuba Okay, good. So what Aina Mina and where is Amina? feminine name? We have a new vocab word a lot of us. Yes. But

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for those of you interested in morphology, bah, bah, bah is a route that means to cook. Okay. And so we have a lot of us is the place of cooking. Okay, we'll get to that before too long inshallah.

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And we have here a new sub drum which means see

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whereas previously we were only talking about who. Now we're talking also about here. She here, Bill, not Buffy. Normally, it would be a month battle with Bama

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metaphor, but because it comes after B. It's film Buffy in the kitchen. Metro.

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Excellent work.

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Okay, and we'll have the say a family finish off the last two for us. And that might be all all we have all the time we have. We'll see what comes next.

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A Nicki babble.

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Hola, a little mud tabby. Excellent. Where is the book? It is oh, what we've learned something new about about subject pronouns in Arabic is that who and he can also be used for it. There is no independent subject pronoun for it. Like there is an English

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Alright, so we have who and here and that's all. That's all we got to work with. Okay? Who in this case, it's because we're talking about a book, I'll make tabby.

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And there's a whole long discussion about how do you tell whether nouns are feminine or masculine? That's for another day in sha Allah. Allah Allah to me, it is on the desk.

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Very good and then sister Syrah Can you finish this off yet?

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Well, I ness

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to great he.

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Allah Saudi li Excellent work, masha Allah. So es ser i Two is a a wristwatch. It could be a clock as well. But here it's a wristwatch, well as to listen to how she made that nice assimilation right to the scene. And then she did it again in the in the answer here. It's

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on a city is on the bed. So we see how some

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nouns can be feminine, like a watch. And some nouns can be masculine, such as a book. And as I said, that's a longer subject. Inshallah, we will get to later does everybody who needs to take a screenshot, take a screenshot, so you have the vocab?

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Does anybody need me to keep this up for any longer? I can. Can I move the screen?

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Yes, very good. So he's asking,

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he's asking about

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the letter. Okay, so fat as a letter is a different hub.

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Than fee.

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Okay, fee is composed of two letters for the customer. And yeah, which means in and among other things. And third, with a, that's hot,

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is a connecting article that can be attached to both nouns and verbs to show consequence. It's like, and so something happened, like immediately after they call it tacky, but it happens right after. Whereas, as you said, some is used for something that's further in the future. Like, and so it's a it's a capital.

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Right?

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We have some means that later later on, right, that's true. Very good. These are these are called conjunction. So some of those are all conjunctions. I will talk about them. Right now. They've only taught us one conjunction which is what which means and

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but there are others. You could probably translate as so. Some, maybe then. Right? We'll talk about that in due time, but it's a good question. That's a good question. So short answer. No. It's not the same as be completely different.

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Okay, I'm going to scroll in here. Okay, perfect. So we have we have finished the lesson and that's all the time we have

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for homework, try to give these a shot. Then just the very next exercise we'll go over them together for the following class Inshallah, try one through 11 They're going to ask you questions, just like the questions that you just said.

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And you can provide responses in full and full sentences al Kitab. And you have freedom you can say it's on the bed you can say it's on the desk, whatever you want to say. And then we'll handle it and you can get creative you can be funny. And yes, thank you very much sister masala was points out that the word for watch a Salah is the same for the hour, right? So we call the watch because it measures the our A SA which is why they in the Quran, we have also V our capital T capital H meaning the Day of Judgment.

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So no Monica Anisa. Right. They asked you about the hour. Yes, literally, literally in Arabic it means any hour. Right? If you say when are you going to come back to South you say after one hour?

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Or put out that the sides say three hours. But if you say a salsa in a particular context, like it's in the Koran then they mean not just any hour they mean the hour, meaning the last hour the final hour, which is the Day of Judgment. May Allah preserve us and protect us and make us successful on a day of just

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anybody final questions, thoughts, concerns

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before we

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dismiss

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vocab review strategies, one of the most important things that you can do, okay, here's how the human mind works the human mind learns with

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better with repetition.

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I want to say it's more about frequency than it is about duration. So, an hour of study, once a day, is worse than

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five minutes of study.

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However, many times a day that equals and out, divided by five

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is 30 times a day, or you know what I'm saying, right? So 12 times,

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math wasn't coming to me, right? So when it comes to vocab, and language and things like that, smaller chunks, frequently throughout the day, tie it to something that you're already doing. Alright, so prayer, if you have a little notebook or a word list with you, every time you pray, if you have time, bust out your vocab list, run through on one time, that's a big benefit. If you can get through your vocab list three, four or five times a day, you're cruising, and it will be a lot easier for you. Also, to try to involve as many senses as possible when you're learning new words. So if you learn the word city, if you just look at the letters of city, it's a lot different than if

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you go and you touch the bed. And you say city, when you touch the bed, right? Especially a lot of these things that we're learning that are household objects take kicked out, he tapped, you hold it up, and you touch it and you think about it. The more that the more senses you're able to involve, the stronger the memory is going to be. And the longer the memory is going to last. The last tip I had, what was it? Oh, yeah, there's a difference between recognition and recall. Okay, so recognition is the ability to see something and recognize and know what it means. Recall is the ability to not see anything. And just to think of something to recall it from nowhere, right? Recall

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is a higher level act of memory than recognition. So if you're not at the level of recall, the first thing to do is to see the word or see the object and recognize it. Yes, that word means like, you look at the Arabic word, that means that you go into the bedroom, you see the base of that is a

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study. Those are two different things. Right? The first example you're recognizing you see the word study,

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and you recognize it. The second example, you don't have any clues as far as the letters, so you're recalling it from nowhere, right? So work at those two levels, recognition first, and then once you've got recognition, bump it up to recall and it will lodge in your long term memory inshallah. human memory is a fascinating thing.

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But I don't want to take up any more of your time. It's already been 50 minutes. Any other final questions?

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Okay, you all are doing a fantastic job. Thank you very much for your participation. I mean, what Yakko and may Allah benefit us by this knowledge? And I'll see you soon inshallah. So that's why they come off the line.