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    As for the verbs, they both are passive as the faa'il isn't apparent, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamza View Post
    Id be inclined to agree with you...


    How about something with dh ra ba, have you noticed (if youve studied Arabic before), how teachers just love the word dh ra ba? I think its a sign..
    I feel very sorry for Amr, who always get hit by Zaid. Poor guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IbnShafiq View Post
    As for the verbs, they both are passive as the faa'il isn't apparent, right?
    yup........

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    So, does anyone have the correct answer? Second year students?
    Last edited by IbnShafiq; 03-25-2009 at 10:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IbnShafiq View Post
    So, does anyone have the correct answer? Second year students?
    I think you got it:

    ukiltu yawma ukila-th-thawru-l-abyadhu

    You may not have covered it this terminology yet, but it seems like yawma is mudhaaf, the rest of the sentence is mudhaaf ilayh, so yawma does not have tanween. (A similar structure with "yawma ..." occurs in ayah 111 of surah Nahl.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadeemabdulhamid View Post
    I think you got it:

    ukiltu yawma ukila-th-thawru-l-abyadhu

    You may not have covered it this terminology yet, but it seems like yawma is mudhaaf, the rest of the sentence is mudhaaf ilayh, so yawma does not have tanween. (A similar structure with "yawma ..." occurs in ayah 111 of surah Nahl.)
    And it's 'yawma' with fathah, not kasrah, because its an adverb of time.

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