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Learn essential Arabic language, grammar, and vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English. [2021]. Level-1: Lissan-ul-Qur'an easier than

LLisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali

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Learn Arabic language grammar understand Quran | Mapping Arabic grammar (Part-1)

Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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This playlist contains full lessons of the Arabic grammar you need to learn in order to understand Quran.

They will cover all the key nahu grammar, sarf morphology, and golden sets of vocabulary.

Mapping Arabic grammar (Part-1) Learn Arabic language to understand Quran
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LESSON: Introduction - Mapping Arabic grammar
COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
AUTHOUR: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
0:00 Introduction and lesson outcome
1:13 Arabic Qur'an
2:20 Allah has made it easy
2:52 Lisaan ul Quran - Easier than English
4:35 Aayah آيْة of Qur'an 5:52 Map our journey
8:25 The Map of Arabic language
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Learn Arabic language and grammar for FREE to understand Quran - 
it's easier than English
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Part-1 introduction to learning Arabic to understand Qur'an and the Map of Arabic.
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Before starting our journey of learn Arabic to understand the Qur'an, we will begin in this session by mapping out all the key grammar structures of Arabic we need to study. Arabic like all other written languages will have letters of the alphabet, words, phrases and sentences.

What makes the learning of Arabic easier than English is that it has only 3 types of words, two types of sentences and essentially 5 commonly used phrases.

In this session we will map out the Arabic language and all they key elements of the language.
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 10:35min
Learn Arabic language grammar understand Quran | Mapping Arabic Letters & Words (Part-2)

Introductory session to start Mapping Arabic letters, vowels, words, Arabic language and grammar Introductory session (part-2)
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LESSON: Introduction - Mapping Arabic grammar
COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
AUTHOUR: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
0:00 The Arabic Alphabet in Arabic Language
3:30 What is Alif ?
8:40 Harkah, Harakaat, vowel markings
12:50 What is tanween / nunation
15:20 Shaddah, Dagger Alif, Hamazat ul Wasl
18:50 The Arabic words - لفظ، كَلِمَة - utterance and meaningful words
20:00 Arabic English parts of speech comparison
26:22 Conclusion 3 parts of speech - Arabic grammar
28:09 What is an Arabic Harf حَرْف (particle)
30:44 What is an Arabic verb فِعْل ?
30:44 What is an Arabic verb فِعْل ?
32:40 What is an ISM اسْم?

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Part-2 introduction to learning Arabic to understand Qur'an and the Map of Arabic.
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Before starting our journey of learn Arabic to understand the Qur'an, we will begin in this session by mapping out all the key grammar structures of Arabic we need to study. Arabic like all other written languages will have letters of the alphabet, words, phrases and sentences.

What makes the learning of Arabic easier than English is that it has only 3 types of words, two types of sentences and essentially 5 commonly used phrases.

In this session (part-2) we will map out the Arabic language and all they key elements of the language. The Arabic alphabet, vowels, words, parts of speech.
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Key topics covered in this course are: Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an Arabic Grammar for English speakers how to learn Arabic for English speakers Learning Arabic for beginners Lisan ul Qur'an course English Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English Learn Arabic at home
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 32:40min
Learn Arabic language grammar understand Quran | Mapping Arabic Phrases Sentences (Part-3)

Introductory session in Arabic Phrases and Sentences, Mapping Arabic language and grammar (Part-3)
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LESSON: Introduction - Mapping Arabic grammar
COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
AUTHOUR: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
0:00 The construct مُرَكَّب murakkab
1:20 To or more words make a construct
3:18 Murakkab Taam تَام, The Arabic sentence
6:50 The Arabic nominal sentence جُمْلَة اسْمِيَّة
9:05 The Arabic verbal sentence جُمْلَة فِعْبِيَّة
12:30 Murakkab Naqis نَاقِص, Arabic phrases
13:45 Descriptive phrase مُرَكَّب تَوْصِيْفِي
16:50 Pointing / demonstrative phrase مُرَكّب اشاري
18:54 Relative / possessive phrase مُرَكَّب إِضَافِيّ
21:02 Prepositional Phrase مُرّكَّب جارِّي
22:10 Conjunction Phrase مُرّكَّب عَطْفِي
23:10 Examples of sentences and Phrases
25:25 The summary of the Map of Arabic
27:15 The golden set review
28:15 About this course - Make it easy
30:22 Key to success
32:20 Practice, practice, practice - use it or lose it
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Part-3 introduction to learning Arabic to understand Qur'an and the Map of Arabic, Arabic sentences and phrases.
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Before starting our journey of learn Arabic to understand the Qur'an, we will begin in this session by mapping out all the key grammar structures of Arabic we need to study. Arabic like all other written languages will have letters of the alphabet, words, phrases and sentences.

What makes the learning of Arabic easier than English is that it has only 3 types of words, two types of sentences and essentially 5 commonly used phrases.

In this session (part-3) we will map out the Arabic language and all they key elements of the language. The Arabic sentences and phrase.
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 32:20min
Learn Arabic language grammar understand Quran | Mapping Arabic Quiz (Part-4)

Mapping Arabic grammar Practice and Quiz (Part-4)
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LESSON: Introduction - Mapping Arabic grammar
COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
AUTHOUR: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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0:00 Practice, Practice, Practice, Golden rules of learning
1:30 The Map of Arabic - draw your own
3:13 Short Quiz test what you have learned
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Part-4 Quiz learning Arabic to understand Qur'an and the Map of Arabic
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Before starting our journey of learn Arabic to understand the Qur'an, we will begin in this session by mapping out all the key grammar structures of Arabic we need to study. Arabic like all other written languages will have letters of the alphabet, words, phrases and sentences.

What makes the learning of Arabic easier than English is that it has only 3 types of words, two types of sentences and essentially 5 commonly used phrases.

In this session (part-4) we will test the map of Arabic language and all they key elements of the language. The Arabic sentences and phrase.
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 3:13min
Learn Arabic language grammar understand Quran | The Four properties of ISM اسم, [#01-P1]

The Four properties of ISM nouns اسم, Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran, [Lesson-01 Part-1]
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LESSON: Introduction - Mapping Arabic grammar
COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
AUTHOUR: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
This video: Lesson 01 - Part 1 / [#01-P1]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
0:00 Introduction "the four properties" of an ISM اسْم
2:00 The three signs of an ISM
4:35 The four properties overview
5:20 English and Arabic properties comparison
10:00 The four properties summary
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Learn the essential Arabic grammar (nahw), morphology (sarf), vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Every Arabic noun/ISM (اسْم) has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر) 2. Gender -
الْجِنْس 3. Number -
الْعَدَد 4.
Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for understanding Arabic. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand, use, or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases. [#01-P1]

In this lesson we give an overview of the four properties with a detailed introduction to I'raab -

إِعْرَاب. (1) Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر) Just like an English noun - An اسْم will be either
(i) definite (مَعْرِفَة) - الْمُسْلِمُ (The Muslim) or
(ii) indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) - مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)

(2) Gender - الْجِنْس In English an اسْم, we have a natural gender - but in Arabic there is NO neutral gender, an اسْم has to be treated either as
(i) Masculine - مُذّكَّر e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a male Muslim) or
(ii) Feminine - مُؤَنَّث e.g. مُسْلِمَةٌ (a female Muslim)

(3) Number - الْعَدَد In English nouns are either singular or plural (2 or more), in Arabic an اسْم can be
(i) Singular - مُفْرَدٌ e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Dual - مُثَنَّى - e.g. مُسْلِمَانِ (Two Muslims)
(iii) Plural - جَمْع - e.g. مُسْلِمِيْنَ (Muslims)
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 10:00min
What is إعْرَاب i'raab / e'raab ? Learn Arabic language grammar [#01-P2]

What is إعرَاب I'raab? Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran, [L01 Part-2]
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Lesson Title: Lesson 01 - The four properties of ISM (Arabic nouns) اسم
Part-2 - What is I'raab إِعْرَاب
Course: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali This
Video: Lesso 01 Part-2 / [#01-P2]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
0:00 Introduction What is I'raab إِعْرَاب
2:00 Arabic ISM اسْم declines (ending changes)
5:15 Rafa, Nasab, Jarr, the 3 types of I'raab إِعْرَاب
9:20 Status/role of a noun in a sentence
12:35 Hamid the genius
17:38 In English it is the word order
19:20 In Arabic it’s the I'raab إِعْرَاب
23:53 The 3 beneficial sentences
26:50 I'raab إِعْرَاب demystified
29:50 Summary of four properties
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Learn the essential Arabic grammar (nahw), morphology (sarf), vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Every Arabic noun/ISM (اسْم) has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for understanding Arabic. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand, use, or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

In this lesson [#01-P2] we give an overview of the four properties with a detailed introduction to I'raab -
إِعْرَاب. 

(1) Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
Just like an English noun - An اسْم will be either
(i) definite (مَعْرِفَة) - الْمُسْلِمُ (The Muslim) or
(ii) indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) - مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)

(2) Gender - الْجِنْس
In English an اسْم, we have a natural gender - but in Arabic there is NO neutral gender, an اسْم has to be treated either as

(i) Masculine - مُذّكَّر e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a male Muslim) or
(ii) Feminine - مُؤَنَّث e.g. مُسْلِمَةٌ (a female Muslim)

(3) Number - الْعَدَد
In English nouns are either singular or plural (2 or more), in Arabic an اسْم can be
(i) Singular - مُفْرَدٌ e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Dual - مُثَنَّى - e.g. مُسْلِمَانِ (Two Muslims)
(iii) Plural - جَمْع - e.g. مُسْلِمِيْنَ (Muslims)

What is I'raab إِعْرَابٌ ?
This property is unfamiliar to English speaking students. As there is no direct equivalent in English.

The إِعْرَابٌ (status/case) of an اسْم can be in of 3 cases
(i) Rafa - رَفْع e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Nasab - نَصْب - e.g.مُسْلِمًا (a Muslim)
(iii) Jarr - جَرّ- e.g. مُسْلِمٍ (a Muslim)
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 29:50min
What is إعرَاب I'raab Quiz | Learn Arabic language grammar to understand Quran [#01-P3]

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Lesson No & Title: Lesson 01 - The four properties of ISM (Arabic nouns) اسم
Part-3 - Quiz What is I'raab إِعْرَاب
Course: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
This video: Lesson 01 Part-3 / [#01-P3] ---
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
0:00 Practice ! Use it or lose it
0:54 The four properties of ISM اسْم diagram
1:58 The Muslim Table draw and practice
3:08 Identify the I'raab إِعْرَاب of an ISM اسْم
4:45 The three Arabic sentences to practice I'raab إِعْرَاب
6:41 Quiz on I'raab
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In this lesson [#01-P3], Learn the essential Arabic grammar (nahw), morphology (sarf), vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Every Arabic noun/ISM (اسْم) has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender -
الْجِنْس 3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for understanding Arabic. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand, use, or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

In this lesson we give an overview of the four properties with a detailed introduction to I'raab -

إِعْرَاب. (1) Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
Just like an English noun - An اسْم will be either
(i) definite (مَعْرِفَة) - الْمُسْلِمُ (The Muslim) or
(ii) indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) - مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)

(2) Gender - الْجِنْس
In English an اسْم, we have a natural gender - but in Arabic there is NO neutral gender, an اسْم has to be treated either as

(i) Masculine - مُذّكَّر e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a male Muslim) or
(ii) Feminine - مُؤَنَّث e.g. مُسْلِمَةٌ (a female Muslim)

(3) Number - الْعَدَد In English nouns are either singular or plural (2 or more), in Arabic an اسْم can be
(i) Singular - مُفْرَدٌ e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Dual - مُثَنَّى - e.g. مُسْلِمَانِ (Two Muslims)
(iii) Plural - جَمْع - e.g. مُسْلِمِيْنَ (Muslims)

What is I'raab إِعْرَابٌ ?
This property is unfamiliar to English speaking students. As there is no direct equivalent in English.
The إِعْرَابٌ (status/case) of an اسْم can be in of 3 cases

(i) Rafa - رَفْع e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Nasab - نَصْب - e.g.مُسْلِمًا (a Muslim)
(iii) Jarr - جَرّ- e.g. مُسْلِمٍ (a Muslim)

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran. The definiteness of an اسْم ISM [#02-P1]

Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English - [Lesson-02 Part-1]
Subject: The definiteness of an اسْم ISM
By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
This video: Lesson 2-Part1 [#02-P1]
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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When compared to English we can see that an English NOUN share three of the properties (definiteness, gender and number). However, 'Iraab - إِعْرَاب - is something new for English speakers.
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In lesson-02 we will look at the subject of definiteness of an ISM اسْم.

Definiteness is one of the four properties of an اسْم. It is the easier one to understand for English speaking student. Using basic common knowledge, we can easily indefinity definiteness of any noun+.

Just learning the basics of definiteness will enable us to easily form - the nominal sentences الْجُمْلَةُ الْأِسْمِيَّةُ)) and also the descriptive phrase (مُرَكَّب تَوْصِيْفِي).

Main principle Arabic grammar - every اسْم in Arabic will be indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) unless it falls into one of the 7 categories of definite (مَعْرِفَة).

Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - نَكِرَة) Just like an English noun - An اسْم will be either
(i) definite (مَعْرِفَة) - الْمُسْلِمُ (The Muslim) or
(ii) indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) - مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)

The seven categories of definite (مَعْرِفَة):
1. The proper noun - الْاِسْمُ الْعَلَمُ
2. The pronouns -
الْضَّمَائِرُ 3. The demonstrative nouns - أَسْمَاء الِإِشَارَةِ
4. Definite by AL (ٱلْــــ ) - الْمُعَرَّفُ بِاللَّام 5. Relative pronoun - الْاِسْمُ الْمَوْصُوْل
6. The vocative -
الْمُنَأدى 7. Related to a definite - الْمُضَافُ اِلَى مَعْرِفَةٍ

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

preview 21:41min
Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran. Arabic nominal sentence [#02-P2]

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Title: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English - (Lesson-02 - Part-2) Practical Session
This Video: Lesson 02 - Part 2 / [#02-P2]
By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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We will firstly review our understanding of E'raab and definiteness and learn how to form nominal sentences (جُمْلَة اسْمِيَّة).
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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When compared to English we can see that an English NOUN share three of the properties (definiteness, gender and number). However, 'Iraab - إِعْرَاب - is something new for English speakers. Every ISM (اسْم) has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

In this lesson we will use our knowledge of e'raab and definiteness to start forming nominal sentences and descriptive phrases.

What is I'raab إِعْرَابٌ ?
This property is unfamiliar to English speaking students. As there is no direct equivalent in English.

The إِعْرَابٌ (status/case) of an اسْم can be in of 3 cases
(i) Rafa - رَفْع e.g., مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Nasab - نَصْب - e.g.مُسْلِمًا (a Muslim)
(iii) Jarr - جَرّ- e.g., مُسْلِمٍ (a Muslim)

Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
Just like an English noun - An اسْم will be either
(i) definite (مَعْرِفَة) - الْمُسْلِمُ (The Muslim) or
(ii) indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) - مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)

In Arabic there are only 7 categories of words that are definite all others are indefinite.
We will begin by using four of them in our lesson today
1) Proper noun
2) Pronouns
3) Made definite by ال AL
4) Pointing words

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran. Arabic descriptive phrase [Lesson 02 Part-3]

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In this practical session we cover:
How to form descriptive phrase in Arabic and its rules?,
How to tell the difference between descriptive phrase and the nominal sentences (جُمْلَة اسْمِيَّة)?.
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By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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When compared to English we can see that an English NOUN shares three of the properties (definiteness, gender and number). However, 'Iraab - إِعْرَاب - is something new for English speakers.

Every ISM (اسْم) has four properties

1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

In this lesson we will use our knowledge of e'raab and definiteness to start forming nominal sentences and descriptive phrases.

What is I'raab إِعْرَابٌ ? This property is unfamiliar to English speaking students. As there is no direct equivalent in English.

The إِعْرَابٌ (status/case) of an اسْم can be in of 3 cases
(i) Rafa - رَفْع e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)
(ii) Nasab - نَصْب - e.g.مُسْلِمًا (a Muslim)
(iii) Jarr - جَرّ- e.g. مُسْلِمٍ (a Muslim)

Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
Just like an English noun - An اسْم will be either
(i) definite (مَعْرِفَة) - الْمُسْلِمُ (The Muslim) or
(ii) indefinite (نَكِيْرَة) - مُسْلِمٌ (a Muslim)

In Arabic there are only 7 categories of words that are definite all others are indefinite. We will begin by using four of them in our lesson today
1) Proper noun
2) Pronouns
3) Made definite by ال AL
4) Pointing words


Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran. Gender of ISM اسم masculine, feminine [Lesson 03 Part-1]

By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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In Arabic every ISM has to be treated grammatically either as masculine or feminine, there is no neutral gender in the Arabic language. Understanding the subject of grammatical gender is critical in forming and translating correctly the nominal sentences (الجُمْلَةٌ الإِسْمِيَّةٌ), descriptive phrases (مركب توصيفيّ) and many other grammatical structures.
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Every ISM (اسْم) noun+ has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

(2) Gender - الْجِنْس In English an اسْم, we have a natural gender - but in Arabic there is NO neutral gender, an اسْم has to be treated either as
(i) Masculine - مُذّكَّر e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a male Muslim) or
(ii) Feminine - مُؤَنَّث e.g. مُسْلِمَةٌ (a female Muslim)

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran. Practical Arabic sentences [Lesson 03 Part-2]

Learn the essential Arabic language (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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We will begin by reviewing how to identify the grammatical gender of ISM. Review the map of Gender.
We will also practice using our understanding of the Gender of an ISM, in Arabic sentences.
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In Arabic every ISM has to be treated grammatically either as masculine or feminine, there is no neutral gender in the Arabic language. Understanding the subject of grammatical gender is critical in forming and translating correctly the nominal sentences (الجُمْلَةٌ الإِسْمِيَّةٌ), descriptive phrases (مركب توصيفيّ) and many other grammatical structures.
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Every ISM (اسْم) noun+ has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number -
الْعَدَد 4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

(2) Gender - الْجِنْس
In English we have a natural gender - but in Arabic there is NO neutral gender, an اسْم has to be treated either as

(i) Masculine - مُذّكَّر e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a male Muslim) or
(ii) Feminine - مُؤَنَّث e.g. مُسْلِمَةٌ (a female Muslim)


Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran. Descriptive Phrase [L04, Part-1] [Lesson 03 Part-3]

Learn the essential Arabic language (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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We will begin by reviewing how to identify the grammatical gender of ISM. Review the map of Gender.
We will also practice using our understanding of the Gender of an ISM, in Arabic sentences.
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In Arabic every ISM has to be treated grammatically either as masculine or feminine, there is no neutral gender in the Arabic language. Understanding the subject of grammatical gender is critical in forming and translating correctly the nominal sentences (الجُمْلَةٌ الإِسْمِيَّةٌ), descriptive phrases (مركب توصيفيّ) and many other grammatical structures.
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Every ISM (اسْم) noun+ has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number -
الْعَدَد 4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

(2) Gender - الْجِنْس
In English we have a natural gender - but in Arabic there is NO neutral gender, an اسْم has to be treated either as

(i) Masculine - مُذّكَّر e.g. مُسْلِمٌ (a male Muslim) or
(ii) Feminine - مُؤَنَّث e.g. مُسْلِمَةٌ (a female Muslim)


Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran, Number العَدَد , Singular, Dual [L04, Part-1]

Lesson No and Title: Lesson 04 - The Number الْعَدَد
Course Title: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali

Topics covered in Part-1: The Arabic grammar rules related to Singular and Dual, illustration of e'raab/i'raab إعْراب,
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Learn the essential Arabic grammar (nahw), morphology (sarf), vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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Every ISM (اسْم) noun+ has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر) 2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.
العدد- Number -
• Singular - مُفْرَد A Muslim - مُسْلِمٌ
• Dual - مُثَنَّى Two Muslims - مُسْلِمَان
• Plural - جَمْع Muslims - مُسْلِمُوْن

جَمْع - Plural

There are two types of plurals in Arabic:
1. جمع سالم - Jam’ Salim – sound plural
2. جمع مكسّر - Jam’ Mukas-sar – broken plural.

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran, Sound masculine and Feminine Plurals [L04, Part-2]

Lesson No and Title: Lesson 04 - The Number الْعَدَد
Course Title : Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Topics covered: The Arabic grammar rules related to Sound Masculine Plurals and Sound Feminine Plurals.
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Learn the essential Arabic grammar (nahw), morphology (sarf), vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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العدد- Number -
• Singular - مُفْرَد A Muslim - مُسْلِمٌ
• Dual - مُثَنَّى Two Muslims - مُسْلِمَان
• Plural - جَمْع Muslims - مُسْلِمُوْن

جَمْع - Plural
There are two types of plurals in Arabic:
1. جمع سالم - Jam’ Salim – sound plural
2. جمع مكسّر - Jam’ Mukas-sar – broken plural.

In this part we take a closer look at the Sound Masculine Plural and the Sound Feminine Plural. Form nominal sentences and see the I'raab إِعْرَاب of the duals and plurals.

Every ISM (اسْم) noun+ has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender -
الْجِنْس 3. Number -
الْعَدَد 4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to understand Quran, Broken Plurals [#04-P3]

Lesson No and Title: Lesson 04 - The Number الْعَدَد
Course Title : Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali This video: Lesson 04 Part-3 / [#04-P3]
Topics covered: The Arabic grammar rules related to Broken Plurals and Summary of the subject of numbers
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Learn the essential Arabic grammar (nahw), morphology (sarf), vocabulary to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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العدد- Number -
• Singular - مُفْرَد A Muslim - مُسْلِمٌ
• Dual - مُثَنَّى Two Muslims - مُسْلِمَان
• Plural - جَمْع Muslims - مُسْلِمُوْن

جَمْع - Plural
There are two types of plurals in Arabic:
1. جمع سالم - Jam’ Salim – sound plural
2. جمع مكسّر - Jam’ Mukas-sar – broken plural.

In this part we take a closer look at the Broken Plurals.

Every ISM (اسْم) noun+ has four properties
1. Definiteness (مَعْرَفَة - تَنْكِيْر)
2. Gender - الْجِنْس
3. Number - الْعَدَد
4. Case - 'Iraab - الْإِعْرَاب

Understanding the four properties is essential for learning Arabic to understand Qur'an. Without getting a mastery of these we will not able to understand use or translate any Arabic sentences or phrases.

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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Learn Arabic grammar to Understand Qur'an - Subject Pronouns 1400 times in Quran [#05-P1]

Course Title: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson No and Title: Lesson 05 - The 14 rafa detached pronouns
This video: Lesson 05 Part-1 /
https://youtu.be/ugOVPjsZtp0 [#05-P1]

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Lesson outcome
00:55 Detached rafa pronouns
05:25 Pronoun Table
06:50 Third Person Pronouns
14:18 Second Person Pronouns
19:11 First Person Pronouns
22:48 The 14 Pronouns
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The Arabic grammar rules related to 14 detached pronouns Forming sentences using pronouns Essential rules to using pronouns
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In this lesson we will learn the detached rafa pronouns ‘‘ضَمِيْر الرَّفْع المُنفَصِل’’. They are definite and in rafa status. They are also called subject pronouns.

These 14 pronouns are used in the Quran more than 14,000 times. So they are very important to learn and part of our golden set of vocabulary.
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
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Total Physical Interaction Amazing and easy way to learn Arabic grammar [#05-P2]

Course Title: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson No and Title: Lesson 04 - The 14 rafa detached pronouns [Lesson 05 - Part-2] / [#05-P2]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
Total Physical Interaction (TPI) how to use it to learn Arabic grammar easily and effectively. We will see how it is used for Arabic grammar.
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0:00 Introduction to TPI
2:35 Total Physical Interaction - How to
3:25 TPI for pronouns instructions
8:30 Practice Pronouns with TPI
9:24 Conclusion
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In this lesson we will learn the detached rafa pronouns ‘‘ضَمِيْر الرَّفْع المُنفَصِل’’. They are definite and in rafa status. They are also called subject pronouns.

These 14 pronouns are used in the Quran more than 14,000 times. So they are very important to learn and part of our golden set of vocabulary.


Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
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Arabic subject rafa detached pronouns, practice grammar to Understand Qur'an [#05-P3]

Course Title: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Course Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson No and Title: Lesson 05 - The 14 rafa detached pronouns
This video: Lesson 05 Part-3 / [#05-P3]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Introduction importance of practice
01:30 The 14 detached rafa pronouns
03:00 The pronoun table
03:55 TPI, Total Physical Interaction for Pronouns (Practice)
07:40 Dua to overcome difficulty in learning
08:05 Using pronouns in nominal sentences جملة اسمية
10:40 Examples of Khabar being definite
13:30 Only one mubtada but can have more than one Khabar
15:35 Clash of two sukuns with Antum أَنْتٌمْ and Hum هُمْ
19:20 Asking Questions, forming more complex sentences
23:32 Asking question Who …. ?
25:10 And و
26:05 Practice translate
27:50 Conclusion
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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In this lesson we will practice the using of detached rafa pronouns ‘‘ضَمِيْر الرَّفْع المُنفَصِل’’. They are definite and in rafa status. They are also called subject pronouns.

These 14 pronouns are used in the Quran more than 14,000 times. So they are very important to learn and part of our golden set of vocabulary.

Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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I'rab إعراب a closer look, case endings declension Arabic grammar made easy Arabic [#06]

COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson 06, I'rab إعراب a closer look, case endings declension
This video: Lesson 09 Part-1 / [
#L06]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Introduction
01:18 Review of I'raab - إعْرَاب
04:25 I'raab - إعْرَاب - different forms of declension
06:05 Different forms of declension seen so far
08:15 The three forms of declension
09:40 The fully declining - مُنْصَرِف
15:03 The partly declined - غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِف - مَمْنُع مِنَ الْصَّرْف
17:50 Main categories of ISM that are Partly declining - Proper names
22:20 Patterns of ISM that are partly declined - غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِف
24:28 Common Broken patterns that are partly declined - غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِف
26:28 Adding AL الــ (the) to a partly declined - غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِف
28:12 Summary of the partly declined - غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِف
31:25 non-Declining مَبْنِيّ
37:00 Summary of declension
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In this lesson we will take a closer look at إِعْرَاب.
In terms of changes to the endings often referred to as 'case edgings' or 'declension' of an ISM to reflect إِعْرَاب, in the ISM they are categorised as into two types:
1. مُعْرَبٌ - those that decline (show change at the end of the word) are of two types
(i) Fully declinable
(ii) Partly declinable
2. مَبْنِيٌّ - those that do not decline

In terms of simplicity, we can treat them as 3 different groups:
1 مُنْصَرِفٌ Fully declinable 85%
2 غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِفٍ Partly declinable 13%
3 مَبْنِيٌّ Non delineable 2%

1. Munsarif مُنْصَرِفٌ fully declinable (changeable).
They take tanween and have 3 different endings in the three different endings in إِعراب (rafa, nasab, and jarr) status, e.g., مُسْلِمٌ، مُسْلِمًا، مُسْلِمٍ.

2. Ghair غَيْرُ مُنْصَرِفٍ partially declinable (changeable).
They do not take tanween تَنْوِيْن and do not take a kasrah كَسْرَة in jarr status for example إِبْرَاهِيْمُ، إِبْرَاهِيْمَ، إِبْرَاهِيْمَ (رَفْع is with dhammah, but نَصَب & جَرّ both end with fatha

فَتْحَة. 2. Mabni مَبْنِيٌّ not declinable (changeable).
These words never change they are always the same in all 3 إعْرَاب i.e. رَفْع، نَصْبٌ، جَرٌّ.

Beyond this we have the special cases for example:
1. The duals
2. The Sound Masculine Plurals
3. The Sound feminine plurals
4. Pronouns
5. Plus others (we will cover later)

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Arabic grammar Murakkab Jaari مُرَكَّبْ جارِي propositional phrase [#07-P1]

COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson 07, The huruf-of-Jarr حُرُوْف الجر
This video: Lesson 07 Part-1 / [
#L07-P1]
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In this video [#07-P1], we will look at introducing the phrase Murakkab Jarri, and using the harf مِنْ as the example to illustrate different categories ISM اسْم (and their إِعْرَاب) and how they decline in Jarr status.

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 'Murakkab Jarri' مُرَكَّب جاري / 'Jarr wa Majroor' جَارّ وَ مَجْرُوْر
01:07 Examples of 'Murakkab Jarri' مُرَكَّب جاري
02:20 Arabic 17 huruf of Jarr حرف الجار
03:35 The 11 used 13,000 x in Quran
06:08 Examples using مِنْ
09:43 Declension of the word الله
10:29 Fully declined Murab / Munsarif معرب - منصرف
11:35 Partly declined Ghairu Munsarif غير منصرف
13:09 Non declining Mabni مبني
14:35 The Duals الْمثنى
16:21 Sound Masculine Plurals جمع مذكر سالم
17:35 Sound feminine plurals جمع مؤنّث سالم
18:33 Huruf of Jarr & Pronouns الضّمائر
24:45 Summary of declension in jarr status
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There are 17 prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) in the Arabic language, 11 of them are used around 13,000 times in the Quran. These are among the most often repeated words in Al-Quran therefore they are essential for us to master.

The Quran (standard Mushaf) has 600 pages each page with 15 lines, that means the standard Mushaf has 9,000 lines. That means you will find (on the average) at least one or two on every line of Quran.

In lesson 07 we will study 5 of the prepositions huruf of jarr: ب، ت، ك، ل، و In Lesson 08, we will study the remaining six huruf - مِنْ، فِيْ، عَنْ، عَلى، حَتى، إِلَى

Any ISM اسم that comes after a prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) will always be in the Jarr status. There is no exception to this.

The murakkab made up of prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) plus the ISM that comes after it is called - 'Murakkab Jarri' مُرَكَّب جاري or 'Jarr wa Majroor' جَارّ وَ مَجْرُوْر

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Arabic grammar Harf of Jarr حرف جر propositions used in Quran [#07-P2]

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 The huruf of Jarr حروف الْجار used in the Quran
01:00 Single letter words in Arabic
03:00 Harf of Jarr Ta ت oath by Allah تاللهِ
04:18 Harf of Jarr Wa و used as an oath
10:00 Harf of Jarr Wa ك used for comparison
16:50 Harf of Jarr laam ل
20:40 Harf of Jarr laam ل & pronouns
26:05 Harf of Jarr laam ل with TPI
29:41 Harf of Jarr laam ل Examples
31:02 Harf of Jarr bi ب
33:55 Harf of Jarr bi ب, & pronouns
36:00 The harf bi بِ learn with TPI
37:50 reminder and conclusion

There are 17 prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) in the Arabic language, 11 of them are used around 13,000 times in the Quran. These are among the most often repeated words in Al-Quran therefore they are essential for us to master. The Quran (standard Mushaf) has 600 pages each page with 15 lines, that means the standard Mushaf has 9,000 lines. That means you will find (on the average) at least one or two on every line of Quran.

In lesson 07 and Lesson 08, we will look a very important set of prepositions called Harf of Jarr حرف جر or huruf of Jarr حُرُوْف الجر (plural), they are used in the Quran around 13,000 times. They are essential for us in our quest to learn Arabic to understand Quran. In lesson 07 we will study 5 of the prepositions huruf of jarr: ب، ت، ك، ل، و In Lesson 08, we will study the remaining six huruf - مِنْ، فِيْ، عَنْ، عَلى، حَتى، إِلَى

Any ISM اسم that comes after a prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) will always be in the Jarr status. There is no exception to this.

The murakkab made up of prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) plus the ISM that comes after it is called - 'Murakkab Jarri' مُرَكَّب جاري or 'Jarr wa Majroor' جَارّ وَ مَجْرُوْر

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Arabic grammar attached pronouns with huruf-of-Jarr حُرُوْف الجر [#08-P1]

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Lesson 08 learning outcomes
01:25 How to easily learn new words
05:53 Attach prounouns changes
08:10 Him/him ــه rules
11:25 they هُما، هم، هُنَّ changes
13:05 Me/my ـــي
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In this video [#08-P1], we will look at how to easily learn vocabulary and reading and writing rules related to attached pronouns.

Arabic attach pronouns can be attached to an ISM اسم, F'Il فِعْلor a harf حرْف. Some of the attached pronouns undergo some changes dependant on the ending vowel of the word they are joining. In this lesson we will look at these basic rules.
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There are 17 prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) in the Arabic language, 11 of them are used around 13,000 times in the Quran. These are among the most often repeated words in Al-Quran therefore they are essential for us to master.

Most common used of prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) in the Arabic language is with pronouns, and the same is the case in Qur'an.

We need to master the attached pronouns and their use in Arabic. The Arabic grammar rules related to them can be easily acquired Insha'Allah through practice.


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Arabic grammar huruf-of-Jarr حُرُوْف الجر in the Quran PII [#08-P2]

In this video [#08-P2], we will look at introducing the phrase Murakkab Jarri, using the remaining six huruf - مِنْ، فِيْ، عَنْ، عَلى، حَتى، إِلَى. These huruf of jarr are amongst the most commonly used words of Al-Quran.
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 introduction
00:32 Min مِنْ from harf-of-Jarr حرف جر
06:20 مِنْ + attached pronouns
08:50 Exercise مِنْ
11:06 Fee فِي harf-of-Jarr حرف جر
11:55 Fee فِي + attached pronouns
15:14 Exercise فِي
17:24 'Anعَنْ harf-of-Jarr حرف جر
21:20 'Anعَنْ + attached pronouns
23:04 Exercise عَنْ
24:37 'Alaaعَلَىٰ harf-of-Jarr حرف جر
25:30 'Alaaعَلَىٰ + attached pronouns
28:29 Exercise عَلَىٰ
30:04 Hatthaحَتَّىٰ harf-of-Jarr حرف جر
31:09 Ilaaإِلَىٰ harf-of-Jarr حرف جر
32:05 Ilaaإِلَىٰ + attached pronouns
34:57 Exercise Ilaaإِلَىٰ
37:35 Huruf of Jarr حُرُوْف الجر - summary
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There are 17 prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) in the Arabic language, 11 of them are used around 13,000 times in the Quran. These are among the most often repeated words in Al-Quran therefore they are essential for us to master.

The Quran (standard Mushaf) has 600 pages each page with 15 lines, that means the standard Mushaf has 9,000 lines. That means you will find (on the average) at least one or two on every line of Quran.

In lesson 07 we studied the 5 of the prepositions huruf of jarr: ب، ت، ك، ل، و
In this lesson 08, we will study the remaining six huruf - مِنْ، فِيْ، عَنْ، عَلى، حَتى، إِلَى [#08-P2]
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Any ISM اسم that comes after a preposition (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) will always be in the Jarr status. There is no exception to this.
The murakkab made up of prepositions (Harf of Jarr حرف جر) plus the ISM that comes after it is called - 'Murakkab Jarri' مُرَكَّب جاري or 'Jarr wa Majroor' جَارّ وَ مَجْرُوْر


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Arabic grammar Idafah الإضافة the possessive construct simplified [#09-P1]

In this video [#09-P1], we will introduce the subject of the Idafah الإضافة, it is a very important in Arabic grammar for the purpose of understanding Quran. This is one of the most frequently occurring construct denoting possessiveness.

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Lesson outcomes
01:35 What is Idafah?
07:20 Terminology
09:00 Mudhaf ilahi مضاف إليه
10:40 Definite Mudhaf ilahi مضاف إليه
20:31 The Mudhaf
24:25 I'rab light إعراب
27:44 light إعراب Duals & plurals
33:28 Partly Declined in the Idafah
36:22 Murakkab Idhaafi مُرَكَّب إضَافِيّ summary
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What is the Idaafa – الإِضَافَةُ ?
It is often referred to as the " The genitive Phrase", or Murakkab Idhaafi مُرَكَّب إضَافِيّ, or Mdhaf wa Mudhafun ilahi مُضَافٌ وَمُضَافٌ إِلَيْهِ (Possessed and the possessor)

It shows relationship between two ISM (words), the kind of Arabic grammar construct that gives the meaning of the word "of" in English. There is no word in the Arabic language of the word "of".

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Learn Arabic language grammar FREE Idafah الإضافة pronouns adverbs ظرف Possessive [#09-P2]

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 introduction [#09-P2]
00:41 Pronouns مُضَاف إليه
02:42 Pronouns read/write rules
10:52 Pronouns with رَبّ
17:50 You are my Rabb
22:50 Adverbs ظرف as مُضَاف
24:45 The shibhu jumlah الشِّبْهُ الجُمْلَة
29:30 Adverbs ظرف and Pronouns ضمائر
30:25 Adverb مَعَ
31:28 Adverb عِنْدَ
32:25 Lesson summary
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In this video [#09-P2], we will study the Idafah الإضافة, with pronouns and also what happens when the Mudhaf مُضَاف is an adverb ظرْف.
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Any ISM اسم that has an attached pronoun will always form the Idafah الإضافة, i.e it will be a Murakkab Idhafi مركب إضافِي. In the Qur'an we will come across thousands and thousands of ISM's with attached pronouns. There we must master the attached pronouns. The best way to learn them is to use the word Rabb رَبّ which occurs in the Quran 975+ times.
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Whenever the Idafah الإضافة, is formed using an adverb ظرْف as the Mudhaf مُضَاف it will play a special role. Such structure is called the Semi-sentence الشِّبْهُ الجُمْلَة: This can be either an adverbial phrase or a prepositional phrase. This can be the khabar but NEVER be the MUBTADA.
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Learn Arabic language to understand Quran - I'raab إِعراب of six magnified nouns Idhafa [#10-P1]

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Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson10, Al-Idafah PII الإضافة the possessive construct
This video: Lesson 10 Part-1 / [#L10-P1]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Lesson outcomes
01:14 The six nouns الأسماء المُكبّرة
02:23 Father أَبٌ
10:08 Brother أَخٌ
11:55 Possessor ذُو
20:28 Quranic Example
27:18 Summary
27:50 I'rab demystified
30:55 lesson conclusion
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What is the Idaafa – الإِضَافَةُ ? It is often referred to as the " The genitive Phrase", or Murakkab Idhaafi مُرَكَّب إضَافِيّ, or Mdhaf wa Mudhafun ilahi مُضَافٌ وَمُضَافٌ إِلَيْهِ (Possessed and the possessor)
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It shows relationship between two ISM (words), the kind of Arabic grammar construct that gives the meaning of the word "of" in English. There is no word in the Arabic language of the word "of".
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These six nouns are called الأسماء المُكبّرة Asma al Mukabbarah (the magnified nouns). There are only six of them in the entire Arabic language. However, for our purpose of study we only need to look at three of them
(i) أَخٌ brother
(ii) أبٌ father and
(iii) ذُو possessor

Their I'rab إِعْرَاب is shown differently when they act as Mudhaf. Otherwise, they behave similar to all other fully declining nouns.
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Learn Arabic language to understand Quran - Idhafa chain, adjectives [#10-P2]

COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson10, Al-Idafah PII الإضافة the possessive construct
This video: Lesson 10 Part-2 / [
#L10-P2]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 The Idafah chain
05:54 Adjective in the Idafa الإضافة
13:20 Demonstrative in Idafa الإضافة
18:12 Sentences with Idafa الإضافة
21:44 Beautiful Sentences
23:00 Conclusion
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What is the Idaafa – الإِضَافَةُ ? It is often referred to as the " The genitive Phrase", or Murakkab Idhaafi مُرَكَّب إضَافِيّ, or Mdhaf wa Mudhafun ilahi مُضَافٌ وَمُضَافٌ إِلَيْهِ (Possessed and the possessor)
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It shows relationship between two ISM (words), the kind of Arabic grammar construct that gives the meaning of the word "of" in English. There is no word in the Arabic language of the word "of". We look at how the idafa works with adjectives صفة, and how demonstratives are used with the idafa إضافة.
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Arabic language, grammar demonstrative in Quran اسم الإشارة [#11-P1]

COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson 11, Demonstratives Asmaa-ul-Ishaarah in Al-Qur'an
This video: Lesson 11 Part-1 / [
#L11-P1]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Lesson outcomes
01:20 Golden set
01:45 noun of pointing اسْمُ الْإِشَارَةِ
04:40 pointing to near - أَسْمَاءُ الإِشَارَةِ لِلْقَرِيْب
10:17 pointing to far - أَسْمَاءُ الإِشَارَةِ لِلْبَعِيدِ
13:45 Demonstratives in Qur'an
14:10 Learn with TPI
16:38 Demonstratives Jumlah Ismyyah
20:34 Broken plurals
23:43 Emphasis that to this
25:20 Definite Khabar خَبَر
28:40 Conclusion
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What are the demonstratives? A word used for pointing to something/someone is called a demonstrative. In English they are called demonstrative pronouns, in Arabic they are a category of ISM hence we will call them demonstrative nouns.

They are used more than 1049 times in the Quran and part of our golden set of vocabulary.

In Arabic they are called (lit.): The noun (or name) of pointing - اسْمُ الْإِشَارَةِ (singular) or the nouns of pointing - الْأَسْمَاءُ الْإِشَارَةِ (plurals).

In this lesson [#11-P1]
We introduce the look in details at two main categories of demonstratives
1. Demonstrative nouns for near - أَسْمَاءُ الإِشَارَةِ لِلْقَرِيْب
2. Demonstrative nouns for far – أَسْمَاءُ الإِشَارَةِ لِلْبَعِيدِ

We focus on the ones that are most frequently used in the Quran, their usage, language and grammar.

Easy TPI for memorising them and how they are used in nominal sentences جملة اسمية.
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Arabic language, grammar demonstrative phrase مُرَكَّب إشَارِيّ [#11-P2]

COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson 11, Demonstratives Asmaa-ul-Isharah in Al-Qur'an
This video: Lesson 11 Part-2 / [
#L11-P2]
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Review of Map of Arabic
01:35 Murakkab Ishari مُركَّب إشَاري
04:02 Examples of مُركَّب إشَاري
06:02 Broken plurals
10:08 Dem Phrase vs Sentence
12:48 Dem Phrase cannot be Khabar
13:58 The pronoun of separation
20:47 إعرَاب of demonstratives
27:35 With الإضَافَة idafa
31:08 Other forms demonstratives
35:39 Conclusions
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What are the demonstratives?
A word used for pointing to something/someone is called a demonstrative. In English they are called demonstrative pronouns, in Arabic they are a category of ISM hence we will call them demonstrative nouns.

In Arabic they are called (lit.): The noun (or name) of pointing - اسْمُ الْإِشَارَةِ (singular) or the nouns of pointing - الْأَسْمَاءُ الْإِشَارَةِ (plurals).

They are used more than 1049 times in the Quran.

In this lesson [#11-P2]
We will take close look at the Arabic language and grammar rules related to demonstratives phrase مُرَكَّب إشَارِيّ , how it differs from the sentences. How the demonstratives are used in the Idhafa and various forms of demonstratives used in the Quran.

We focus on the ones that are most frequently used in the Quran, their usage, language and grammar.
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Arabic language, grammar Inna إِنَّ and لَ laam of emphasis [#12-P1]

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Lesson outcomes
00:55 harf إِنَّ
04:40 Practice إِنَّ
11:35 Quran Examples
16:27 The Laam لَ of Emphasis
24:01 Using إِنَّ & لَ
33:00 مَا of neutralisation
37:11 Conclusion
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How to put Emphasis in a sentence? There are several ways a sentence can be emphasised in Arabic. In this lesson we will learn [
#L12/P1]
(i) The harf إنَّ to make a sentence Emphatic
(ii) The ل of emphasis
(iii) The use of مَا الْكَافَّة (ma of neutralisation) - إِنَّمَا (only)

What is إِنَّ ?
The harf إِنَّ has been used 1682 times in the Qur’an. It creates emphasis in meaning of a nominal sentence (الجُملَةُ الإِسمِيَّةُ). It is called a harf of emphasis and nasab ‘حَرْفُ تَوْكِيْدٍ وَنَصْبٍ’ and its basic meanings are indeed, verily, truly, surely.

The Laam of Emphasis:Harf ‘لَ’ is also used for creating emphasis, when it is used at the beginning of a sentence it is called “لَامُ الْاِبْتِدَاءِ” (laam of inception). This does not change the e’raab, it only gives emphasis to the meaning. To give greater emphasis to a sentence ‘إِنَّ’ and ‘ل’ can be used in combination. But they do not come together at the beginning of the sentence, ‘إِنَّ’ comes first and impacts on the Mubtada, and the ‘ل’ (moves, slides) to come after (on the Khabar). In this instance the ‘ل’ is called – اللَّامُ الْمُزَحْلَقَةُ

The مَا of neutralisation - مَا الْكَافَّة When مَا is added to إِنَّ(or its sisters) it is called مَا الْكَافَّة (ma of neutralisation). This مَا removes the grammatical impact of إِنَّ(and its sisters), so no longer the مُبْتَدَأi s changed to nasab status.

Most used are إِنَّمَا innama, أَنَّمَا annama, in Al-Qur’an. They carry the same basic meaning while إِنَّمَا occurs at the beginning of a sentence, أَنَّمَا comes in the middle.

Note in the examples below that there are no changes to e’raab by adding them. The basic meanings of إِنَّمَا: ‘only’, ‘nothing else than’, ‘but’.
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Arabic language, grammar Inna and her sisters إِنَّ وَأَخَوَاتُهَا [#12-P2]

⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 Inna and her sisters
03:54 with attached pronouns
12:35 TPI Inna with pronouns
18:04 Anna أنَّ
20:35 Ka'anna كَأنَّ
21:40 laita لَيْت
23:02 Lakinna لكنَّ
24:38 La'alla لعلّ
26:16 Inna and her sisters
28:01 I'raab إعراب demystified
32:45 I'raab إعراب attached pronouns
35:30 Golden set
36:25 Conclusion
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What is إِنَّ ?The harf إِنَّ has been used 1682 times in the Qur’an. It creates emphasis in meaning of a nominal sentence (الجُملَةُ الإِسمِيَّةُ). It is called a harf of emphasis and nasab ‘حَرْفُ تَوْكِيْدٍ وَنَصْبٍ’ and its basic meanings are indeed, verily, truly, surely. Inna and her sisters

There are six particles which grammatically behave exactly like ‘إِنَّ’ they are collectively called ‘إِنَّ وَأَخَوَاتُهَا’ (Inna and her sisters). Since they change the e'raab إعراب of the ISM (mubtada) to nasab they are said to behave like verbs so they are also called Huruf Mushabba bil F’ail - الْحُرُوْف الْمُشَبهَّةُ بِالفِعْلِ - particles that act like verbs.

They are:
إِنَّ : Indeed, surely, certainly
أَنَّ : that
كَأَنَّ : as if
لَيْتَ : if only
لٰكِنَّ : but
لَعَلَّ : perhaps

They are used 2200+ times in the Qur'an.
They are also attached to pronouns

In lesson video [
#L12-P2] we will be looking at these in detail.
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COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English (Foundation Level-1)
Author: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
Lesson NO/Title: Lesson 13, The vocative
This video: Lesson 13 / [
#L13] The Vocative حرف النداء، النداء، المنادى
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⏲️⏲️⏲️ Topics Covered ⏲️⏲️⏲️
00:00 The vocative intro
00:45 The حرف النداء - Particle of calling
01:55 The Vocative يَأ
04:19 يَأ أَيُّهَا - used with ال
04:19 يَأ أَيُّهَا - used with ال
05:55 يَا إَيَّتُهَا - feminine with الــ
07:17 Where المنادى is مُضَاف
14:35 Summary I -Vocative
16:11 Allahumma اللَّهمَّ
19:15 Ya abati يا أَبَتِ
28:32 Omission of حرف الْنّداء
33:49 Omission of يَا مُتَكَلِّم
39:50 Omission of حرف الْنّداء and يَا مُتَكَلِّم
43:30 Summary Quranic usage
48:48 O you who believe !
50:06 Final conclusion
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What is The Vocative? النداء The Vocative is an Arabic grammar structure which has two parts
(i) The particle of calling - حَرْفُ الْنِّدَاء
(ii) The one being called / addressed - الْمُنَادَى

In the Qur’an the most used harf for calling (حَرْفُ الْنِّدَاء) is ‘يَا’ used more than 360+ times.

Uses of يَا - the حرف النِّدَاء When it is used with a word being with الـــ the definite article
• With masculine we use - يَا أَيُّهَا
• With feminine we use - يَا أَيَّتُهَا
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Arabic Grammar for English speakers
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Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
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Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English By: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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Learn the essential Arabic (grammar, morphology, vocabulary) to understand Qur'an, for beginners in English.
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This playlist contains full lessons of the Arabic grammar you need to learn in order to understand Quran.

They will cover all the key nahu grammar, sarf morphology, and golden sets of vocabulary.
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COURSE: Lisaan-ul-Qur’an - easier than English [Foundation Level]
AUTHOUR: Ustadz Muhammad Arjan Ali
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Key topics covered in this course are:
Arabic Grammar, Quranic Arabic, Easy Arabic
Course focused on learning Arabic to Understand Qur'an
Arabic Grammar for English speakers
how to learn Arabic for English speakers
Learning Arabic for beginners
Lisan ul Qur'an course English
Easy way to learn Arabic grammar in English
Learn Arabic at home

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