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Madina Series Book 1 (Lesson 8: Part 3)

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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 1st December 2011 14:40

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MashaAllah you've got it Two sentences or words joint with an Atf consists of Ma'toof 'alayhi which is before the 'Atf and Ma'toof follows the 'Atf. A sentence in this format is jumlah 'aatifah or ma'toofiyyah I'm sure Muadh can provide a more technical definition. if a sentence has more than one atf which is valid in Arabic then each jumlah ma'toofiyyah will be the ma'toof 'alayhi of the proceeding Ma'toof. i hope i didn't just complicate it.

Asslamo Allaikum Maulana,

Masha'Allah you have done a superb job at explaining but I have 1 question. How would you translate the following two (in simple English) for people to understand OR how would you translate it in a way that they can relate to?

  • Matoof
  • Matoof Alihi

Jazakullh Khairun

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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 1st December 2011 15:01
Wsalam

The closest i can think of is

Ma'toof Alayhi: connected upon (to)
Ma'toof: connected with

ill check up more accurately tonight inshaallah
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 27th July 2022 07:11
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Jazakallah, this was very helpful in understanding the sentence structure.
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