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Alfiyyah ibn Malik: any issues...

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    Post Alfiyyah ibn Malik: any issues...

    It would be great if knowledgeable brothers and sisters would contribute to further explaining what the teachers covers each week, as sister hearandobey did in the other thread concerning the same book.

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    I've moved the thread to the Arabic section, if you don't mind?

    Could those that attend the lessons pls contribute insha'Allah? Also, has anyone begun memorising? how are you finding it?

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    Salih al-Khuzaym's recitation is an excellent aid for memorising to make sure you pronounce everything correctly:


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    Attached is a pdf version of the matn.
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    I missed the first lesson.

    Is the plan to explain the text only (which is ideal) without expanding the explanation or is he going to give additional information since I understood that he's doing this to revise his own studies?

    I was looking for a printed explanation restricted to the text only and was recommended to check this one out.

    Been reading Ibn 'Aqil's explanation for a few times and it's really good...but not the first book to study.

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    Have you seen Dalil al-Salik by sh al-Fawzan? If you have a look through that, that's pretty much the style he's using with us.
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    Nobody wants to revise here? I failed to attend the first lesson, but I'll say what I remember from the muqaddima. This is not a translation since most stuff we should be knowing already...It's just the notes.



    He's Muhammad ibn 'Abd Allah ibn Malik, born in Spain, lived in Syria and died there 672 ah.

    He's one of the leading scholars of arabic and the author of al-Kafiya al-Shafiya in grammar as well as its' abridgement, al-Alfiyya, which we are studying now.



    His poem is called Alfiyya because it consists of 1000 lines, naturally. Fi in this poem goes by the meaning of 'ala.



    Maqasid meaning here most of and the most important things of arabic grammar. This poem covers them.



    Simply put, it makes the difficult to understand easy, using brief but on point expressions.



    It's very generous in its content, which is realized in no time.



    Meaning: from the reader.



    Ibn Mu'ti is a grammarian who died 628 ah. He wrote a famous book on grammar which was called Alfiyya as well.






    Ibn Mu'ti was born before him, so he puts him higher in rank than himself and praises him for that. The rest is a du'a for them both.

    Also, has anyone begun memorising? how are you finding it?
    It's pretty smooth since its once a week only.
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    masha'Allah excellent notes!!

    just in case there are more of us this monday than last week, there is a chance the brother might skip tasmee' of our hifdh because of time but he seemed pretty keen on it last monday so insha'Allah it's on and he said to me that whether he skips it or not, those that do want to have their tasmee' done can just ask him insha'Allah. it's VERY VERY recommended that you memorise this nadhm!

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    How do you attend this class?

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