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Nahw Meer English: 6.10/6.11 - Praise/Slander Verbs أَفْعَالُ الْمَدْحِ وَالذَّمِّ

  Section 6.10 – Praise/Slander Verbs فَصْلٌ ٦ .١٠ – أَفْعَالُ الْمَدْحِ وَالذَّمِّ   Verbs for praise and slander are four:     نِعْمَ and حَبَّذَا meaning good and both are for praise. بِئْسَ and سَآءَ meaning evil/bad, both are for slander.   What comes after the actor فَاعِلٌ is said to be specific to praise or specific to blame and slander. And a condition in its actions is that the actor فَاعِلٌ be Definite Noun with letters ( ا ) and ( ل ), مَعْرِفَةٌ بِاللَّامِ as in the sentence زَيْدٌ الرَّجُلُ نِعْمَ meaning “Zaid is a good man”. Or when it is a Possessed مُضَافٌ part of the Possessive Compound مُرَكَّبُ الْإِضَافِيْ towards a مَعْرِفَةٌ بِاللَّامِ , as in نِعْمَ صَاحِبُ الْقَوْمِ زَيْدٌ meaning “Zaid belonging to the tribe is a good man”.  

Nahw Meer English: 6.12 - Active Nouns أَسْمَاءُ الْعَامِلَةِ

  Section 6.12 – Active Nouns   فَصْلٌ ٦. ١٢ – أَسْمَاءُ الْعَامِلَةِ     Active Nouns are of eleven types:   Active Noun 1 : Noun: Conditional Nouns with the meaning of condition “ إِنْ ”: and these are nine. They give Jussive status جَزَمٌ to the Imperfect Tense اَلْمُضَارِعُ . See the following Table:   Table 14 – Conditional Nouns Conditional Noun Meaning Example Example Meaning مَنْ   condition only If مَنْ تَضْرِبْ أَضْرِبْ If you hit, I will hit مَا   condition only Whatever مَا تَفْعَلْ أَفْعَلْ Whatever you do, I will do أَينَ adverb of place Where أَيْنَ تَجْلِسْ أَجْلِسْ Where you sit, I will sit مَتَىٰ adverb of time When مَتَىٰ تَقُمْ أَقُمْ When you stand up, I will stand up أَيُّ condition only Whichever أَيُّ شَيءٍ تَأَكُلْ آكُلْ Whichever thing you will

Nahw Meer English: 7.0 - Implied Active Elements اَلْعَوَامِلُ الْمَعْنَوِيَّةُ

  Implied Active Elements are of two kinds:   1) The beginning of a sentence is empty of active Noun on implied active elements اَلْعَوَامِلُ الْمَعْنَوِيَّةُ and it gives Nominative رَفْعٌ status to both Subject اَلْمُبْتَدَأُ and the Predicate اَلْخَبَرُ . For example, زَيْدٌ قَائِمٌ meaning “Zaid is standing”. So, the Subject زَيْدٌ is Nominative رَفْعٌ because of the beginning and قَائِمٌ which is Predicate for it is Nominative رَفْعٌ due to the Subject which is Nominative رَفْعٌ because of the beginning.   There are two more schools of thought:   – that the beginning اَلْاِبْتِدَأُ is acting on the Subject اَلْمُبْتَدَأُ and اَلْمُبْتَدَأُ is active on the Predicate اَلْخَبَرُ .   – that each one in both the Subject اَلْمُبْتَدَأٌ and Predicate اَلْخَبَرُ is active on the other.

Nahw Meer English: 8.1 – Dependency Attributes تَوَابِعُ

  This chapter includes three sections covering several subjects that are important to know:   Section 8 . 1 – Dependency Attributes   فَصْلٌ ٨ . ١ – تَوَابِعُ   A dependent word اَلتَّابِعُ is a word that occurs after another word and it is given status or flexibility إِعْرَابٌ of the first word. The first word is called independent اَلْمَتْبُوْعُ . The second word is called Dependent اَلتَّابِعُ .   The rule of the Dependent word is that it follows the independent word in flexibility إِعْرَابٌ .   Dependent words اَلتَّوَابِعُ are of five kinds :  

Nahw Meer English: 8.2/8.3 – Triptote/Diptote Nouns/Non-Active Particles

    Section 8.2 – Triptote / Diptote Nouns فَصْلٌ ٨ . ٢ – اسْمُ الْمُنْصَرِفِ وَ غَيْرِالْمُنْصَرِفِ   You have recognized in the description in Chapter 4, types of fully and partially declinable Nouns. Here we will describe their definitions and examples.   Fully Declinable also called Triptote اَلْمُنْصَرِفُ : It is a Noun that does not meet the two C onditions for Prevention of Full Declension called الصَّرْفِ مَنْعِ أَسْبَابُ as in زَيْدٌ and عَمْرٌو .   Partially Declinable also called Diptote الْمُنْصَرِفِ غَيْرُ : It is a Noun that meets at least two conditions of declension or a single condition which stands in their place or is equivalent to two of them.   Conditions of Declension are Nine:   Transformation اَلْعَدْلُ , Descriptive اَلْوَصْفُ , Feminine Gender اَلتَّاْنِيْثُ   equivalent to two when gender is feminine with maqsoorah ( ىٰ ) or mamdoodah ( اء ), Definite Noun اَلْمَعْرِفَةُ , Foreign word اَلْعُجْمَةُ , Plural اَلْجَمْعُ equival

Nahw Meer English: 9.1/9.2 Exception Discussion/Flexibility of Excepted

      Section 9.1 – Exception Discussion   .   فَصلٌ ٩. ١ - بِحِثُ الْمُسْتَثْنٰي   An Exception اَلْمُسْتَثْنَىٰ is a word used after the Exceptive Particles حُرُوْفُ الْاِسْتِثْنَاءُ . They are اٍلَّا meaning “except” and its sisters, and these are غَيْرَ , سِوَىٰ , سَوَاءَ , حَاشَا , خلَا , عَدَا , مَا خَلَا , مَا عَدَا , لَيْسَ , and لَا يَكُوْنُ . All of these are various forms of expressing an exception.   It is used to exclude some part after the Exceptive Particle from any rule mentioned before it, and what is taken out from the source is called the Exceptive مُسْتَثْنٰى مِنْهٗ and what is taken out from it is called Excepted مُسْتَثْنٰى . Excepted is of two kinds, attached مُتَّصِلٌ and, detached مُنْقَطِعٌ .   Attached Excepted: What is excluded by إِلَّا and its sisters from the rule mentioned before it and it is part of what is mentioned. For example, زَيْدًا إِلَّا الْقَوْمُ جَاءَنِيْ meaning “All people came except Zaid”, Zaid is part of the p

Darsi Tafseer English Nabaa - Infitaar: 1.0 - Start

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Darsi Tafseer Nabaa-Infitaar: 1.0a - Preface

  بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّ حْمٰن الرَّحِیْمِ In the Name Of Allah, The Most beneficent, The Most Merciful   Preface to English Edition   نَحْمُدُهُ وَ نُصَلِّيْ عَلٰى رَسُوْلِهِ الْكَرِيْمِ . We praise Allah and may peace and blessings be upon His noble messenger Mohammed Sallallahu alaihi wa Sallam. The messenger of Allah (PBUH) said : خَيْرُكُمْ مَّنْ تَعَلَّمَ الْقُرْآنَ وَعَلَّمَهٗ meaning “The best amongst you are those who learn the Qur’an and teach it.”   Presented here is the English translation of the classic book Qur’an Darsi Tafseer, Juzz 30, Para Amma, authored by Maulana Naseem Ahmed Ghazi Muzahiri and Mufti Rashid Mahmood Raja. Mufti Rashid desired that it is a good time now for this book to be brought to the electronic media in English and make it available internationally. Therefore, he requested me to take the task of translating, updating, and publishing.  

Darsi Tafseer Nabaa-Infitaar: 1.0b - Table of Contents

  Contents   Preface to English Edition . 4 Mufti Rashid Mahmood Preface . 7 سُوْرَةُ النَّبَإِ (The Tidings) 14 Relationships . 15 The Circumstance of Revelation . 15 Ayahs 1 Through 5 . 16 Language/Dictionary . 17  

Darsi Tafseer Nabaa-Infitaar: 2.1 - Surah Nabaa part 1

    سُوْرَةُ النَّبَإِ (The Tidings)   This is a Makki Surah, and it has two r ukoo’s , 40 verses, 173 words, and 970 alphabets   عَمَّ يَتَسَآءَلُونَ (١) عَنِ ٱلنَّبَإِ ٱلْعَظِيمِ (٢) ٱلَّذِي هُمْ فِيهِ مُخْتَلِفُونَ (٣) كَلَّا سَيَعْلَمُونَ (٤) ثُمَّ كَلَّا سَيَعْلَمُونَ (٥) اَلَمْ نَجْعَلِ الْاَرْضَ مِھٰدًا ( ٦) وَّالْجِبَالَ اَوْتَادًا ( ۷) وَّخَلَقْنٰکُمْ اَزْوَاجًا ( ۸ ) وَجَعَلْنا وَّ جَعَلْنَا نَوْمَکُمْ سُبَاتًا ( ۹) وَّجَعَلْنَا اللَّیْلَ لِبَاسًا ( ۱۰) وَّجَعَلْنَا النَّھاَرَ مَعَاشًا ( ۱۱) وَّ بَنَـیْنَا فَوْقَکُمْ سَبْعًا شِدَادًا ( ۱۲) وَّجَعَلْنَا سِرَاجًا وَّھَّاجًا ( ۱۳ ) وَأَنزَلْنَا مِنَ ٱلْمُعْصِرَٰتِ مَآءً ثَجَّاجًا (١٤) لِّنُخْرِجَ بِهِ حَبًّا وَنَبَاتًا (١٥) وَجَنَّٰتٍ أَلْفَافًا (١٦) إِنَّ يَوْمَ ٱلْفَصْلِ كَانَ مِيقَٰتًا (١٧) يَوْمَ يُنفَخُ فِيْ ٱلصُّورِ فَتَأْتُونَ أَفْوَاجًا (١٨) وَفُتِحَتِ ٱلسَّمَآءُ فَكَانَتْ أَبْوَٰبًا (١٩) وَسُيِّرَتِ ٱلْجِبَالُ فَكَانَتْ سَرَابًا (٢٠) إِنَّ جَهَنَّمَ كَانَتْ مِرْصَادًا (٢١) لِّلطَّٰغِينَ

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