بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

The introduction of al Arjumiyah, the book is a famous Grammar book, Shaykh Uthymeen rahimallah in his sharh of aljurimiyah in the introduction he begins with praising Allah.

In the name of Allah the Most Beneficent the Most Merciful, and all The Praise for Allah the Lord of the worlds, and Peace and Blessing upon our Prophet Muhammad [sallahu wa alyhe wa sallam] and upon his family and all his companion> Concerning after…

Indeed knowledge of an-naahu [Arabic grammar] Noble knowledge, knowledge of resource, it implore with it to two important things:

First thing: To comprehend the book of Allah and the sunnah of His Messengers [ sallahu wa alayhe wa sallam] that is much to comprehend from them two [ Book of Allah and sunnah of His Messenger sallahu wa alyhe wa sallam] or that to comprehend much from them two and to set upon knowing anahu Arabic grammar.

Second thing: to establish the tongue upon the tongue of the Arab, which it is the Speech of Allah Aza wa Jal and He sent with it Speech of Allah [ The Quran is the speech of Allah].

So that comprehending an-nahu [ Arabic grammar ] its affair is very important.
An-nahu at first is hard and to the end it is easy. An example of this is a house build out of sugar cane { Qasab} and its door from iron, mean: it is hard to enter but when you enter upon it every things is easy. [ meaning when you pass the iron door,which is hard, every thing else fall down because the house made out of sugar cane.]

For this is obligatory for the people that he guard upon learning the principles of it, until it become easy and stay upon him.

The example of the saying who say ” indeed an-nahu is hard” until the student imagine that it never be able [to learn] it. This is wrong and not correct but to concentrate upon the first which is easy to the end of it. Translated by Abul Baraa Muhammad Amreeki.

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