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    i believe u meant passive and active sentences,sis?
    active sentence : i eat the apple.
    passive sentence : the apple was eaten.
    ahh..mudhaf and mudhafun elayhi - can i say it as the subject and predicate :)
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    Yes , I meant Passive and Active
    شكراً يا عسل .. جوزيتِ خيراً :)
    it's as the additive , Al-Mudhaf elayhi is always ( Majroor ) with any one of Jarr accents ( ya ي , Kasrah الكسرة , or removing N )
    For example : babul fasli , you should put kasrah and say fasli not either fasla or faslu .

    Did u get it ?? I think I mixed u up sorry :shymuslima1:
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    I think im getting there, and any word after "Huroof al Jar " has to be kasrah.

    and Asiya Hamara explained it well
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    alhamdulillah i think im refreshing back my memory on what i used to learn in high school
    well there is marfuk' with a dhammah,mansub with a fathah and majroor with a kasrah,right
    can u give some example of it?
    so al mudhafun elayahi must always be majroor - now i remember :)
    this was the subject in Higher Learning of Arabic language - al lughah al arabiyah al'aliyah :)
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    Has to be Majroor ( Since the " word " in Arabic is feminine so I'll say Majroorah )

    Kasrah is one of the Jarr accents .
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    و عليكم السلام
    Not marfuk' , it's Marfoo3 مرفوع
    Marfoo3 with Dhammah : Akalat Amalu Al-khobza ( Amal ate the bread :tongue: )
    Amal is the name of the girl , it comes as a subjest so it will be marfoo3 with dhammah ( Amalu )

    Al-khobz is the object , the object is always mansoob , here it's mansoob with Fat'hah , so it'll be al-Khobza .

    Majroor like : Thahabtu ela al-masjidi ( I went to the Masjid )
    AlMasjid comes after a Jarr word ( preposition ) so it'll be Majroor with Kasrah : al-Masjidi



    I hope I could clarify it for you :)
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    mashaAllah dear sister
    now i remember what i used to learn :)
    barakallahu fieki aminn
    ok next ques for u :biggrin:
    a friend of mine once told that a syrian a'miyah wont neccessarily understand a (lets say)- an egyptian a'miyah,right?
    but of course all will understand the arabic fushah even if they most of the time using a'miyah isnt it :)
    and lastly take care ukhti :SMILY259:
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    Yes , all of us understand Al-Fos'ha

    About the dialects , it depends on the person himself . For example I can understand all the dialects easily except the Moroccan , Algerian and the Tunisian one , hardly I can .

    The Egyption & the Syrian one is similar .. I'm sure they can undesrand each other easily .
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    What is the difference between "Muaddah" and "Muhabbah" ?
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    How do you explain this verse?

    لَتَجِدَنَّ أَشَدَّ ٱلنَّاسِ عَدَٲوَةً۬ لِّلَّذِينَ ءَامَنُواْ ٱلۡيَهُودَ وَٱلَّذِينَ أَشۡرَكُواْ*!ۖ وَلَتَجِدَنَّ أَقۡرَبَهُم مَّوَدَّةً۬ لِّلَّذِينَ

    ءَامَنُواْ ٱلَّذِينَ قَالُوٓاْ إِنَّا نَصَـٰرَىٰ*!ۚ ذَٲلِكَ بِأَنَّ مِنۡهُمۡ قِسِّيسِينَ وَرُهۡبَانً۬ا وَأَنَّهُمۡ لَا يَسۡتَڪۡبِرُونَ
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    Ok makes sense to me. Jews are more hostile to Muslims guess it explains the Middle East problem.
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    What is the correct meaning of gheerah?
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    غيرة ؟
    it's jealousy
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    Is there a difference betwenn Hasad and gheerah. Someone said the Sahaba had gheerah for their wives or something down that line. Also doesnt Allah tell us to see refuge from envy/jealousy in the Quran - Surah Falaq. Can you explain please?
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    Oh really, ah thats quite funny i thought they were the same thing. Jazakallhu khayr :D
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    Assalamu alykum guys!

    ..back to the gheerah/ghayra issue. In context can it also mean "resolve", "determination", "devotion" ?
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    Thanks brother.
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    Asalamu alaykum

    Beautiful thread :hearts:
    I've got a question...

    How do you say I'm sorry in Arabic?
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    Ohh okay, jazakAllahu khayr

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