|We will mention 2 types of huroofu jarr and how to attach to them a pronoun||One thing that must be noted is regarding the first person singular and plural here ORANGE COLOR|
|But there is also an additional change||Attaching Pronouns to a Harf Jarr When talking about the Attached Pronouns, we said that the Attached Pronouns are used in the case of mansoob or majroor and by now it should be clear what is meant by it|
Harf jarr ending with other letters than YAA or ALIF MAQSOORAH Harf jarr and adverbs ending with other letters than YAA or ALIF MAQSOORAH It was mentioned in the last lesson how to attach a pronoun to an ISM, and attaching them to the prepositions which do not end in a YAA or alif maqsoorah, or to adverbs, is very easy.
|NOTE: We mentioned that the attached pronouns are mabniy, and even this change does not mean that they are not mabniy, but rather this is because of easier pronunciation|
|DO you remember how every lesson on this blog starts? In this lesson we will talk about 3 hurufu jarr we learnt, and they are:• This looks as following: The rest of the pronouns remain the same||Therefore: Here is a PDF with the above table of the example with MIN: Harf jarr ending with a kasrah In this section, we will mention 2 of the hurufu jarr which we learnt so far|
Now the question is, what is the additional change? As already mentioned in the previous lesson, when an attached pronoun is attached to an ISM then we have mudaf and mudaf ilayhi the possessive case.14
|We said in the previous lessons that the word comming after a harf jarr is an ISM and that the ISM following a harf jarr will be majroor, so therefore, when we attach a pronoun to a harf jarr then the attached pronoun in this case will be majroor||This is because the YAA MUTAKALLIM has a sukkoon and 2 sukkoons can not come one after the other, and therefore the shaddah, and since a YAA asks for a kasrah, the MIN gets a kasrah, therefore MINNEE from me|
|Please learn this lesson step by step as too much information can be sometimes very confusing|