Analyzing the verbs of The Holy Qur’an 2

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

الحمد لله رب العالمين وصلى الله وسلم وبارك على نبينا محمد وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين, أما بعد

Screen Shots and Step by Step:

AVQ-2.1

AVQ-2.2

AVQ-2.5

 

Applying this Principle to the Maadhee, Mudhaari` and Masdar of the Three letter verb with added letters:

AVQ-2.14

First the Maadhee:  Is the Aynul Kalimah a waaw or Yaa?  Yes it is a waaw.

Does it have a harakah?  Yes it has a fathah.

Is the Letter before it Saakin?  Yes.

AVQ-2.4

 

Move the Harakah (here it is a fathah) to the preceding vacant letter.

AVQ-2.6

Change the waaw into a letter that suits the harakah –  An Alif suits the fathah so change the waaw into a fathah.

AVQ-2.7

Now the Mudhaari`:

Is the Aynul Kalimah a waaw or a yaa?  Yes it is a waaw.

Does the waaw have a harakah?  Yes it has a kasrah.

Is the preceding letter Saakin?  Yes.

AVQ-2.18

Move the harakah (here it is a kasrah) to the preceding vacant letter.

AVQ-2.8

Change the waaw to a letter that suits the kasrah which is a yaa.

AVQ-2.9

Now for the Masdar:

Is the Aynul-Kalimah a waaw or a yaa?  Yes it is a waaw

Does the Waaw have a harakah?  Yes it has a fathah.

Is the letter before it saakin?  Yes.

AVQ-2.19

Shift the harakah (here it is a fathah)  from the waaw to the preceding vacant letter.

AVQ-2.10

Change the waaw into an alif to suit the fathah.  Now we have a case of two saakin letters meeting:

AVQ-2.11

Since the first of the two saakins  is harfu `illah we drop it.

AVQ-2.12

Now to indicate that the dropped letter was an original letter (it was the original waaw), we put a closed taa at the end of the word.

AVQ-2.13

When the tanween of the fath comes on the closed taa then the alif does not go with it.

AVQ-2.20

2 thoughts on “Analyzing the verbs of The Holy Qur’an 2

  1. ummnaz March 16, 2014 at 6:52 am Reply

    Assalam alaikum wr wb…sisters i have not received invite after the 2nd class..was there class last friday?

    • sarf4sisters March 16, 2014 at 9:44 am Reply

      walaykumus salaam warahmatullaahi wabarakaatuh

      Baarakallaahu feeki Ummnaz. There wasn’t a class – our teacher has not been online for awhile. May Allaah make everything easy.

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