Grammar Lesson 1: iltiqaa’ al-saakinayn

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7 Responses to Grammar Lesson 1: iltiqaa’ al-saakinayn

  1. THAJUDEEN MANNANI says:

    jazakallah
    try to study more on iltiqaa’ al-saakinayn

  2. Maryam says:

    Assalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh yaa Fadeelatas Shaykh, hafizakumullaah

    Jazaakumullaahu khair our dear Shaykh for this very simple and easy to understand lesson. It was a lovely reminder, alhamdulillaah. The attractive colours indicating the changes also help make the point clearer and quicker to grasp.

    I found the explanation of the mansuub form of malikun quite fascinating and saying ‘malakiyyun‘ is much more natural and easy on the tongue. It is little gems like this that make one admire Arabic even more!

    Wasalaamu alaykum

  3. Obaid Ibn Owais says:

    I just want to know that if I can get the Dvds of all the five courses of Shaykh inshaALLAH in India?and how is it possible for me to do it here inshaALLAH?

  4. Aqlama says:

    What does Mansoob mean? Also, please explanation its application to maliki. JKhair.

  5. hasana says:

    asalamu alaikum,
    i am finding these videos very beneficial.jazakakallahu khairan.i want to know whether the verb handouts which the Br. asif meherali is talking about is available for download anywhere.

  6. Umm salama says:

    is there also a rule when iltiqaa as-saakinain becomes marfoo3 instead of mansoob or maksoor?

    • dr.vaniya says:

      From Admin
      Assalaamu “alaykum Sister

      Yes, the rules when a word takes a Dammah to avoid iltiqaa al-saakinayn, are explained in detail by our Shaykh on the following course:

      Suurat al-Hujuraat with Lexical and Grammatical notes: on DVD 1 Part A.

      Our Shaykh explains all the cases of iltiqaa al-saakinayn and the methods that Arabic uses to solve each case.

      The rule of taking a Dammah, is also explained in:

      1) Madinah Book 2 lesson 7, # 7 in the Key.

      2) Kitaab al-Mu”allim, lesson 7: in the notes for teachers and advanced students.

      Note: This change is phonetical, not grammatical. So a word is not described as marfuu” when this happens.

      The terms are:

      مضـمــوم maDmuum,
      مـفــتوح maftuuH,
      مــكـسور maksuur.

      - as mentioned on the Al-Hujuraat course.

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