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Anonymous
about 4 years agoAugust 18, 2017
More clear here. My understanding is now 100%.
Fatima Hassim
about 4 years agoAugust 18, 2017
Alhamdulillah it was good
Anonymous
about 4 years agoAugust 18, 2017
Jazakallah Khair. Very useful, indeed.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoAugust 19, 2017
Jazak Allāhu Khairan for creating this video, it was like a nutshell and revision video, it refreshed everything again, it was great.
Donna
about 4 years agoAugust 19, 2017
JAK! Yes very much so.  And the best thing about all the recordings, is repeat! Subhan Allah! Safe travels. Wasalam Alikum
Anonymous
about 4 years agoAugust 20, 2017
Jazakallahu khairan
Ishaq
about 4 years agoAugust 20, 2017
Masha Allah! The clarity in this re awaken my interest like adrenaline.... I don't claim I've got it all... but I feel I'm making progress... I feel I'm a part of it. JAK
Anonymous
about 4 years agoAugust 21, 2017
Alhamdoullillah it was very clear. Jazakakakhair.
Ani
about 4 years agoAugust 22, 2017
46:46:24
Alhamdulilah, this video in Syaa Allah enables me to connect the missing pieces together and strengthen my understanding of the basics to be applied in the qasas reading
kabiru abubakar
about 4 years agoAugust 29, 2017
JAZAKUMULLAHU KHAIRAN!
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 8, 2017
"MashaAllah... JAZAKALLAHU KHAYRAN...for this enlightenment.. Shukran katheeran! Yoishra (KSA)
Bintz
about 4 years agoSeptember 22, 2017
This video was AMAZING alhamdulilah! I have not been able to get past week 4 for a year now because the videos were so heavy/deep and spread over so much time that I kept just watching weeks 1-4 over and over and I feel like this ONE video put all four weeks into one neat bow...laying it all out in front of me and I feel like now I can move on finally.  I can remember and connect all points in one hour instead of in four weeks.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 22, 2017
JazakAllah Khair Mufti. I have been following up with all the tasks, and this one helps further solidify the important points. This kind of repetition almost makes it unnecessary to spend extra time trying to memorize things. Very effective and efficient.
Rabiah
about 4 years agoSeptember 22, 2017
mashaAllah, very helpful alhumdullilah
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 22, 2017
Masha Allah, excellent conclusions. Thanks
Aliyu
about 4 years agoSeptember 22, 2017
Masha Allah, I have a better understanding of the core issues of sentences and how to solve them. JZK.
Zafar
about 4 years agoSeptember 23, 2017
Amazing presentation. I found it very beneficial. Jazakallahu Khairan ustaadh Yusuf
Muhammad
about 4 years agoSeptember 23, 2017
Thanks for giving more insight. This makes vital points easy to understand
Hussein T.
about 4 years agoSeptember 23, 2017
This is a lot more clearer than the previous videos combined. Here the points are laid out very clearly and with ease. It saves time and you didn't have to stretch yourself in explaining things that were not easily to understandable. You are very precise and direct to the needed points in this video. Great!
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 23, 2017
Alhamdulillah, I have benefited alot from this presentation, may Allah reward you with the best of all rewards
ghausia rehan
about 2 years agoSeptember 8, 2019
alhamdolilah.this time so much clearer.jzak kayseera
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 24, 2017
Rashid Ali- I understand this 80 percent. I like the previous lessons where much of this was covered because the vowels were shown on the slides to indicate the pronouns. The Arabic grammatical terms as compared to English would be of much help to me.I do understand the two types of sentences and the agreement endings of nouns and predicates. I also know that I need to spend more time with the verbal table. Over all I am reading with much more understanding. Thank you for all you do. I am learning.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 24, 2017
Veryvery useful presentation , covered whole lot of things just in one Hour, Jazzakallahu kheiren
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 24, 2017
Alhamdulillah very clear and beneficial presentation. JazakAllahu Khairan !
Iqbal
about 4 years agoSeptember 25, 2017
Really helpful. Great effort has been put by sheikh Yusuf.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 25, 2017
Alhamdulillah, I have benefited alot from this presentation.
Barakallahu Feek
saidatul
about 4 years agoSeptember 26, 2017
Alhamdulillah.  This is much better presentation, hence better understanding. May Allah reward you with the best of all rewards. Thank you so much.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoSeptember 30, 2017
Ma sha ALLAH it"s amazing!!! Its like all jump start classes in one lecture, actually that"s like 5 months"s lectures in one lecture, ALHAMDULILLAH, jazakallah khayr, I pray ALLAH adds much more to your knowledge just the way you added to our knowledge.
Rashid Ali
about 4 years agoSeptember 30, 2017
Alhamdulillah. I enjoyed the video very much. I understood 95 percent of what was taught. I am looking forward to the next live session.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
56:03:68
Brillant
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
It was v useful
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
Spectacular. Words cannot do justice to describe the presentation.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
As-Salamu Alik'om brother and sister Alhamdulillah they were great I'm a slow learner but my imam is strong and Allah (SWT) guided me to you so to not sucssfully complete this is not an option for me 7mths ago my wife gave me a ultimatum she said you stop being a Muslim or I'm leaving you and she left as I've didn't know what love was until I converted into Islam that's when I truly understood love it was the love of Allah ta alla I'm much happier I'm more excited about life Islam is the most beautiful relationship I've ever had so I will be with you for the next two years or as long as it takes, Astaudi-ullaha Dinaka Wa Amaa-Nataka wa Khawatima Amalika from Greg Robinson
Seidu Adamu
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
MaashaAllah...... Great stuff
Munirah
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
56:03:64
Alhamdullillah! It is a clear, well presented, helpful and focus video. Summarizes week 1 and 2 videos. Jazzakallah! Looking forward to the next live session.
Roomana
about 4 years agoOctober 20, 2017
This is indeed awesome. Its brought together all my misclarifications about Arabic. It is truly awesome. may Allah bless Shaykh Yusuf Mullan and all of those learning from him and all those who are helping him in the cause, ameen
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 21, 2017
I feel fortunate to listen to this video.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 21, 2017
With due respect I want to ask a question.U said in the end kasara wil have howa  b/c asnam is the object of breaking not subject while in the middle of the video u said that howa will be there if it is verbal sentence and huwa will not be there if it is nominal sentence. which reason is correct?
Yusuf Mullan
about 4 years agoOctober 21, 2017
It's not the KIND of sentence that determines whether there will be a huwa or no huwa.

It's whether there is a physical noun AFTER the verb which could qualify as the faa'il.

If such a noun does not exist after the verb, the verb will be carrying a huwa.

Over here, asnaam is there but it does not qualify (because it's the object so it's used up, not to mention that it wouldn't make sense)... so here the huwa is in the verb to satisfy the requirement.

This topic is actually VERY complicated. I will not stop talking about it until every body gets it.

Please rewatch the part in the middle of the video where I gave the formula.. and then repost, if it's still unclear. Or just wait a week or 2.. for me to talk about it more once the book has officially started in week 3.
Sadiq
about 4 years agoOctober 21, 2017
First let me say that this video is a gem! Thank you. You have taken a great effort to make it as comprehensive as possible and at the same time not overwhelming us, I believe.
I also have questions about the sentence "mun kasara alasnam?" (previous comment is not from me).
1. You said that this is a nominal sentence because ism (pronoun "man") appear first. But is it the criteria for nominal sentence? Then what about "Zaidun dhraba Amran"?
2. What if we wrote "mun kasara alasnamun" with dhamma at the end(not asnaman or asnam), could it mean that "who did the idol break?" (regardless of whether it makes sense or not)

Sorry if I am asking these questions too early and I should wait till week 3. Then please ignore me. I can wait.

Again, jazakallah khair for the great work.
Yusuf
about 4 years agoOctober 21, 2017
1. zaidun dharaba 'amran "IS" a jumlah ismiyya. I think you meant to say 'amran dharaba zaidun which is a jumlah fi'liyya.

This issue would have become clear on its own but let me explain here. No worries. 

What's required for a sentence to be jumlah ismiyyah is TWO things. First, it has to physically start with an ism. Number two, that ism has to be ending in dhammah. If both of these things are true, the sentence is nominal (because faa'il can't come first). If only one of them is them is true, it would be a verbal sentence with its object coming first. (Object CAN come first).

2. You're right :-) That's what it would mean if the last letter of idols had dhamma. Not only that, but it would be a verbal sentence now as I just explained at the end of the first question.

(Read this a couple of times and then just let me explain in week 3 if it's still not clear).
Yusuf
about 4 years agoOctober 22, 2017
wa alaikum salam wa rahmatullah Br. Sadiq,

I replied to the question (also the question before yours) but Wistia doesn't seem to show comments that are posted as replies on mobile devices so I'll post it as an independent comment also.

1. zaidun dharaba 'amran "IS" a jumlah ismiyya. I think you meant to say 'amran dharaba zaidun which is a jumlah fi'liyya.

This issue would have become clear on its own but let me explain here. No worries. 

What's required for a sentence to be jumlah ismiyyah is TWO things. First, it has to physically start with an ism. Number two, that ism has to be ending in dhammah. If both of these things are true, the sentence is nominal (because faa'il can't come first). If only one of them is true, it would be a verbal sentence with its object coming first. (Object CAN come first).

2. You're right :-) That's what it would mean if the last letter of idols had dhamma. Not only that, but it would be a verbal sentence now as I just explained at the end of the first question.

(Read this a couple of times and then just let me explain in week 3 if it's still not clear).
Sadiq
about 4 years agoOctober 22, 2017
Thank you sir. I think it is all coming clearer to me. I think I didn't pay much attention when you said in the video that "Zaidun dahaba" is a Jumla Ismiya. I was hooked onto thinking that all six combinations of "Zaidun daraba Amran" are all Jumla Ismiya! And only the one that does NOT have verb, like "alkitabu jadeedun", is Jumla Fi'liya
Sadiq
about 4 years agoOctober 22, 2017
CORRECTION:
I meant to say:
I was hooked onto thinking that all six combinations of "Zaidun daraba Amran" are all Jumla FI'LIYA, And only the one that does NOT have verb, like "alkitabu jadeedun", is Jumla ISMIYA. Sorry for the confusion!
Mamun
about 4 years agoOctober 22, 2017
MashaAllah it's very helpful. Well presentation. JazakAllah Khair.
sheik
about 4 years agoOctober 22, 2017
Shukhran sheikh for this video. for new student like myself when you hear all this its like getting hit from left right centre but following how you deliver the lesson by injecting bit of future lesson to the actual one which trigger memory from watching a couple of times which then makes more sense as you keep hearing it on repeat. Great formula for getting student up to speed.  Now its up to us to make the extra effort to achieve 100 % insha allah. Jazakallah khair
Dr Javed Khan Jadoon
about 4 years agoOctober 22, 2017
That's fantastic effort.
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 23, 2017
Heena
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 23, 2017
Masha Allah muftisab it was. Really good understanding jazakaAllahhu khairen .
Mumtaz
about 4 years agoOctober 23, 2017
Thanks for the wonderful presentation. Jazakalla Khair
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 23, 2017
Abdullahi, in fact the content and the presentation of the Vedio has incredibly enhance the total understanding of the subject. Jazakallahu khairan for all your efforts
Zafar
about 4 years agoOctober 23, 2017
Jazakallahu Khairan Ustaadh. Appreciate the video - well presented and extremely informative alhamdulillah
Anonymous
about 4 years agoOctober 24, 2017
Jazzakallahu kheiren, its very useful video. Sheikh , I have one doubt in your example of Issak built mosque, this is , as you said is Jumlai Ismiyaa, however, i think built is verb! I may be wrong. With that I feel its Jumlaee Failyaa. Please help.
Rezbi
about 4 years agoOctober 25, 2017
The first word is haazaa, which means 'this'. 'This' is a demonstrative pronoun, which is an ism.

As the first word is an ism, that means it's a joomla ismiyya.
Rezbi
about 4 years agoOctober 25, 2017
My best takeaway? Grammar has two halves. 

That just simplifies things a whole lot and makes it easier in the mind. And the mind is where it all starts.
ZQ
almost 4 years agoOctober 29, 2017
where can I find the handout/slides to this video?
Yusuf
almost 4 years agoOctober 29, 2017
Here's the slides for this video: http://learnarabiconline.com/2_core_issues.pdf

Copy/paste it into your address bar and hit enter.
UmmRasyid
almost 4 years agoOctober 29, 2017
MashaAllah, a very comprehensive review for me.  Jazakallah khairan Mufti
Hamid
almost 4 years agoOctober 30, 2017
17:34:68
Assalamualaikum Mufti Yusuf.

Thanks for making an extra video, this makes my comprehension of the topic so much better. 

I have a question. I saw this jumlah figliah example in a FB page.

ذهب طالبان إلى المدرسة

So in this case, does zahaba mean only "went", and not "he went"?
Yusuf
almost 4 years agoOctober 30, 2017
That is exactly right. It means only "went" in that example you quoted.
Hamid
almost 4 years agoOctober 30, 2017
Thanks Mufti Yusuf. That clears up so much!

Also by the same token, does it mean we use zahabat if we are referring to words that are female in gender? Like would below sentence be correct?

ذهبت الطالبات إلى المدرسة
Yusuf
almost 4 years agoOctober 30, 2017
Again, that's right. That's exactly how you'd do it for a feminine subject following the verb.
Hamid
almost 4 years agoOctober 30, 2017
Noted. Thanks so much Mufti Yusuf.
Faiz Qureshi
almost 3 years agoNovember 17, 2018
42:19:23
maashAlah very clear
Anonymous
about 1 year agoSeptember 11, 2020
Masha Allah. This video has made it the more clearer. Jazakallahu khairan mufti
AbdulAtheem Mujahid
about 1 year agoSeptember 13, 2020
Jajakallah khairi Mufti sahib. I am very excited about the information you have 
blessed us with in this presentation. I have been wandering to and fro for many years in the beginners' stage of learning Arabic.  With what you have shown me 
in two weeks, I am confident that my days as a beginner will be shortly coming
to an end In sha allah. shukran.
Saeed Hoque
about 1 year agoOctober 11, 2020
Fantastic, ma sha Allah!  Just needs re-watching and repetition/reinforcement. Jazakum Allahu kheiran!
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