Poetry Lesson 1: متى يبلغ البنيان

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7 Responses to Poetry Lesson 1: متى يبلغ البنيان

  1. salriz1 says:

    Let me add that indeed this couplet is beneficial to us in two ways
    One is it’s message, which is profound in meaning
    Second it’s analysis for students of Arabic Language and Grammar
    May Allah grant our respected Ustaaz long life, best of health and prosperity and best of Imaan
    Ameen
    Salman

  2. Tanveer Ilahi says:

    Wa alaykumussalaam
    Masha Allah! its good and very informative.

  3. arampm says:

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  4. Maryam says:

    Assalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuhu yaa fadiilatas Shaykh, HafiZakumullaah

    Jazaakumullaahu khair dear Shaykh for this beautiful and wise couplet. Although just two lines, it is so thought provoking and insightful in meaning, Mashaa Allaah. May Allaah reward its anonymous author with much good.

    This is the first poem I have ever studied in Arabic and alhamdulillaah, I thoroughly enjoyed it!

  5. Student4Life says:

    Masha Allah excellent lesson

    Just one question, the word يوما has not been translated, when do we know when to translate the words and when not to?

  6. Fii says:

    Assalaamu’alaykum warahmatullaah..
    Yaa Ustaaz, I’m still confused on what (a-i) and (a-u) mean in this poetry.
    Will you please explain how they mean?

    Jazaakumullaahu khair.

    • dr.vaniya says:

      From Admin
      Assalaamu “alaikum

      It refers to the mujarrad verb baabs.

      Please see Madinah Book 2, lesson 10, point 1 in the English Key for a full explanation on this annotation.

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