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Dr. Pasha’s Arabic sessions – Lesson: 26

DR.PASHA | August 25, 2020 | Section: Articles | 38 reads


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Dr. Pasha’s Arabic Language and Cultural Immersion Sessions --
Lesson 26

  1. Do the two exercises below and tell me what happens.
  2. Bury your Nafs as deep as you can. This is perhaps the best opportunity you have to do that.
  3. Bear in mind you are trying to learn the Language of Allah, Arabic.
  4. Allah’s Language Arabic is learned with your Soul -- Rooh -- and not just with your body and mind.
  5. To learn the Language of Allah Arabic, and to interact with Allah’s Book the Qur’an, you need to clean and polish your Soul -- Rooh -- constantly and keep it shining and sparkling.

Assignment: Pronouns

(A) Assignment One
Surah Ta-Ha

  1. Pick up the Mushaf -- Hard Copy of Arabic Qur’an. Remember, only Arabic is Qur’an. Translations are only that: translations.
  1. Go to Surah Ta-Ha -- Surah 20 -- and pick out Aayats 25-28.
  1. Read Aayats 25-28 loud and clear to yourself as many times as you need to -- many, many times; over and over -- till you become entirely comfortable reading and reciting them fluently to yourself and to others.
  1. Pick out every pronoun you can find in those Aayaat -- plural for Aayah -- whether that pronoun refers to one, two or more people, objects, or anything else.
  1. Clearly identify each pronoun for what it is: singular, dual, plural or what?

(B) Assignment Two:
Surah A’raaf

  1. Pick up the Mushaf -- Hard Copy of Arabic Qur’an. Remember, only Arabic is Qur’an. Translations are only that: translations.
  1. Go to Surah A’raaf -- Surah 7 -- and pick out Aayats 2-27.
  1. Read Aayats 2-27 loud and clear to yourself as many times as you need to -- many, many times; over and over -- till you become entirely comfortable reading and reciting them fluently to yourself and to others.
  1. Pick out every pronoun you can find in those Aayaat -- plural for Aayah -- whether that pronoun refers to one, two or more people, objects, or anything else.
  1. Clearly identify each pronoun for what it is: singular, dual, plural or what?

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