Grammar Lesson 2: النعت السببي

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9 Responses to Grammar Lesson 2: النعت السببي

  1. Zara says:

    This was a wonderful and beautiful lesson. Alhamdu Lillah!

  2. Student4Life says:

    Simple yet to the point explanation!
    Please keep them coming!

  3. Hassan Abu Amjad says:

    I just came across this website and registered it. i am hungry to learn but my problem, i thought each arabic will be given its enlighsh word before we proceed to make sentences with it. but i can read all the arabic word which is very simple and very clear. So what i need is the translation of this sentence.

  4. Ibnu Imran says:

    Jazaakumullahu khairan, I’ve been trying to understand the i’raab of that ayah from Surat alNisaa for a long time…I even asked a teacher about it once but I didn’t understand the way he explained it. MashaAllah, this explanation of alNa’t alSababiyy was very clear and to the point!

    By the way, could you recommend any website for learning more detailed Nahw and exposure to poetry (or maybe begin something on this site in the near future) for those of us who are already fairly fluent in arabic bi-idhnillah [ie. have been speaking and reading fluently for a year or more], taught entirely IN arabic?

    • dr.vaniya says:

      I personally do not know if there is a website meant to help advanced students of Arabic.
      I have just started this blog, and find it very difficult to find time to prepare these periodic lessons. So at present, it seems impossible to have programmes for advanced students. I hope Allah subHaanahu wa ta’aalaa will in future help me to have such a programme in shaa?allaah.

      abdur rahim

      • Ibnu Imran says:

        wa ‘alaikum asSalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu

        May Allah reward the Shaykh for finding time to share with us the knowledge Allah has blessed him with. InshaAllah I will try to continue to benefit from this blog.

  5. Maryam says:

    Assalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuhu yaa fadiilatas Shaykh, HafiZakumullaah

    Jazaakumullahu khair dear Shaykh for a fascinating lesson. I could not put down my printed copy. Just when I thought that Al-Na’t was a safe and predictable character, your lesson turns my theory upside down by presenting this new and exciting aspect of its personality!

    Alhamdulillaah, I found your clear explanations, supported by numerous examples, easy to understand and follow. The principle makes a lot of sense. And I feel confident that, inshaa Allaah, I can now recognise Al-Na’t as-Sababiyy when I see it.

    May Allaah grant you Jannat al Firdaws. Aameen.

  6. abdurRahman ahmed says:

    An excellent exposition of the two types of Naath which insha Allah we will never find difficult to identify in our future studies.
    Jazakallahu Khiran

  7. Mohamad Fatchmahamad says:

    I cannot understand lesson 2.

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