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Mother Teresa- Born for Humanity  | Life Journey of Mother Teresa | Must Watch
 
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Famous personalities and events: Born for Humanity | Mother Teresa | Life Journey of Mother Teresa Mother Teresa (26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997) also known as Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, was a Roman Catholic religious sister and missionary.She was born in Skopje (modern Republic of Macedonia). After having lived in Macedonia for some eighteen years, she moved to Ireland and then to India, where she lived for most of her life. Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, now known as Mother Teresa, was the third and final child born to her Albanian Catholic parents, Nikola and Dranafile Bojaxhiu, in the city of Skopje (a predominantly Muslim city in the Balkans). Her father was an entrepreneur and who worked as a construction contractor and a trader of medicines and other goods.When Mother Teresa was about eight years old, her father died unexpectedly. Agnes attended a convent and primary school and a secondary school. When Mother Teresa was 12 years old, she began to feel called to serve God as a nun. In 1928, 18-year-old Mother Teresa travelled to Ireland and then on to India and never saw her mother or sister again. It took more than two years to become a Loreto nun. After spending six weeks in Ireland Mother Teresa then travelled to India in 1929. After two years as a novice, Mother Teresa took her first vows as a Loreto nun on May 24, 1931. As a new Loreto nun, Mother Teresa (known then only as Sister Teresa, a name she chose after St. Teresa of Lisieux) settled in to the Loreto Entally convent in Kolkata (previously called Calcutta) and began teaching history and geography at the convent schools. In 1935, 25-year-old Mother Teresa was given a special exemption to teach at a school outside of the convent, St. Teresa's. After two years at St. Teresa's, Mother Teresa took her final vows on May 24, 1937 and officially became "Mother Teresa." Almost immediately after taking her final vows, Mother Teresa became the principal of St. Mary's, one of the convent schools and was once again restricted to live within the convent's walls. "A call within a call" September 10, 1946, a day now annually celebrated as "Inspiration Day," Mother Teresa received what she described as a "call within a call." She had been traveling on a train to Darjeeling when she received an "inspiration," a message that told her to leave the convent and help the poor by living among them. Mother Teresa was granted permission to leave the convent for one year to help the poorest of the poor. In March 1949, Mother Teresa was joined by her first helper, a former pupil from Loreto. Soon she had ten former pupils helping her. At the end of Mother Teresa's provisionary year, she petitioned to form her own order of nuns, the Missionaries of Charity. Her request was granted by Pope Pius XII; the Missionaries of Charity was established on October 7, 1950. Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Questions Words | Personal Pronouns | Conversations in Arabic
 
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Arabic Language: Language Courses: Questions words Pronouns Conversation | Arabic Language What are the Arabic question words? How to use question words in Arabic? Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Lets speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. In this lesson, I will show you, some key question words in Arabic, the major personal pronouns and I will show you an example for a conversation between two people. Lets get started. Falnabda. Some key question words in Arabic. We have, who is Man, Ma-In Man. Where Aina, Ai-Na, Aina. When Mataa, Ma-Taa Mataa. What Maadha, Maa-Dha, Maadha. Why Limaadha, Li-Maa-Dha, Limaadha. How Kaifa, Kai-Fa, Kaifa. How much Bikam, Bi-Kam, Bikam. How many, Kam, Kam. So I will read them all again. Here we have Man, Aina, Mataa, Maadha, Limaadha, Kaifa, Bikam and Kam. So these are some question words in Arabic. Now lets learn more about personal pronouns. Well, the personal pronouns in Arabic are more specific than the personal pronouns in any other language. The personal pronoun describes one thing, two things and this is doesnt exist in English and they describe three or more things. So you will find in Arabic singular, dual, plural, masculine and feminine pronouns. And each personal pronoun creates an “is”, “are” sentence. Example to say he is a boy in Arabic it is Huwa Walad. He by itself means Huwa and “he is” still Huwa. He is a boy Huwa Walad. Another example she is a girl she means Hiya. “She is” still Hiya. So the translation for she is a girl Hiya Bint. I am a girl, I mean Ana, “I am” Ana. So I am a girl means in Arabic Ana Bint. So, now lets check out the personal pronouns and how to say them in Arabic. I Ana, A-Na, Ana. He Huwa, Hu-Wa, Huwa. She Hiya, Hi-Ya. We Nahnu, Nah-Nu. So here we have Ana, Huwa, Hiya, Nahnu. More pronouns you masculine Anta, An-Ta, Anta. You feminine An-ti, Anti. You dual masculine or feminine which means if you have two males or two females or one male and one female you will say Antuma, An-Tu-Ma, Antuma. You plural masculine Antum, An-Tum, Antum. You plural feminine Antunna, An-Tu-Na, Antunna. So the pronounce here we have Anta, Anti, Antuma, Antum, Antunna. More personal pronoun: They, they in the dual form masculine or feminine two males two females or one male one female you can use Humaa, Hu-Maa, Humaa. They plural masculine Hum, Hum. They plural feminine Hunna, Hun-Na. So again they are Huma, Hum and Hunna. So now you have got an idea about the personal pronouns now I will show you an example for a conversation between two people Samy and Sarah. In this conversation, I try to cover all or what we have learned so far. So the conversation is: Samy: Assalamualaikum Sarah: Wa alaikum Assalaam Samy: Kaifa Haaluki? Sarah: Bekhair, Shukran, Wa Anta? Samy: Alhamdulillah. Sarah: Min Ayna Anta? Samy: Ana min Canada. Wa Anti? Sarah: Ana Suriya Samy: Masmuki? Sarah: Ismi Sarah. Masmuka? Samy: Ana Samy. Sarah: Ma Mehnatuka. Samy: Ana Momarridh fil Mashfal Canadi, Wa anty? Sarah: Ana Mutarjimah minal Lughal Arabiya ilal Lughal Engilisiya. Sami: Mumtaz. Sarah: Hal ladayka Akht aw Ukht? Samy: La, Ana Waheed, Wa Anti Hal ladayki Akht aw Ukht. Sarah: Na’am, Ladayya Akh, Ismuhu Mahmood, Ya’amalu Tabeeb, wa Ukht Ismuha Haya, Ta’amalu Muhaamiyah. Samy: Fursah Sayeedah. Sarah: Fursah Sayeedah. So, this is, was an example or this was an example for a conversation between two people they met for the first time, and as I mentioned before, I try to cover what we have learned so far. So you can listen to that conversation again and try to translate it into English. And I think that's all for this lesson keep on practicing. Thank you for watching. Shukran Li Mutaba’a Wa Ma’ Assalama. Questions Words: Who Where When What Why How How much How many (00:00-01:49) Personal Pronouns: I, He, She, We You (M), You (F), You (Dual MF), You (Plural M), You (Plural F) They (Dual MF), They (Plural M), They (Plural F). (01:50-05:27) An Example of Conversation between two people in Arabic. (05:28-07:42) Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on the Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Sun and Moon Letters | Sun Letters | Moon Letters | Adding AL to Words
 
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ARABIC LANGUAGE: Foreign Languages: SUN AND MOON LETTERS | Arabic Language Hello, everyone and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos. The Sun and the Moon-letters by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Before we start let's remember few things about the article The. The Arabic word for The is (AL). It joins onto the words it defines and it comes at the beginning of it. The Arabic Alphabet is divided into two groups of letters. The moon letters and the Sun letters. Lets see what are the moon letters first. The moon letters are A, Ba, Ja, Ha, Kha, ‘A, Gha, Fa, Qa, Ka, Ma, Ha, Wa and Ya. When Al is followed by a word beginning with a moon letter, then it is written with a Sukoon on the La and is pronounced as Al. Example, Jamal, when you add Al at the beginning of it, it becomes, Al Jamal. Here is the example, so Jamal is a Camel, Al Jamal is the Camel. So when you add Al at the beginning of Jamal, which starts with a moon letter, It becomes Al Jamal. By adding Sukoon on La of Al, and Al is still pronounced the same. Al Jamal. The Tanween at the end of the word without Al changes into a single short vowel, once Al is added. More Example: Jamalun becomes Al Jamalu Jamalan becomes Al Jamala Now add Al to the following words. Waladun, Baitan, Kharoofen, Mawzun. So the words with Al, Waladun becomes Al Waladu, Baitan, Al Baita. Kharoofen, Al Kharoofi. Mawzan Al Mawzu. That's all about the moon letters or Al Huroof Al Qamaria. Now lets find out what are the sun letters, Al Huroof Al, Al Huroof Ashamsia. So the sun letters are Ta, Tha, Da, Dha, Ra, Za, Sa, Sha, Sa, Dha, Ta, Zha, Na and La. Sun letters are written with a Shaddah when they come straight after Al. The La of Al does not take a Sukoon. Instead it becomes a silent letter. Taaj becomes Attaj. So if a word starts with a sun letter you have to put Shaddah on the top of it, after adding Al. And La of Al will be silent. Taaj, it becomes Attaj. The same thing, Tanween at the end of the word without Al, changes into a single short vowel once Al is added. Example Taajun becomes Attaju. Taajan becomes Attaja. And Taajin becomes Attaji. Now add Al to the following words and these words starts with sun letters. Shamsin, Tawusun, Sagheeran, Nahlatun. So the words Al, Shamsin becomes Ashshamsi, Tawoosun, Attawoosu, Sagheeran, Assagheera, Nahlatun Annahlatu. Now you have to add Al to the following words. First you have to see if a word start with a sun letter or a moon letter, then add Al to these words. We have Arnab, Battah, Sallajah, Haleeb, Kharooof, Dob, Z, Dhahab, Rajol, Zarafa, Samaka and Shajarah. Remember that Al with moon letters is pronounced as El while Al with the sun letters is pronounced as Ah and you have to add sukoon on La of Al with moon letters and you have to add Shaddah on the sun letters after adding Al. Now let check, Arnab becomes Al Arnab, starts with moon letter. Battah Al Battah. Ba is one of the moon letters. Sallajah becomes As Sallajah. Tha is a sun letter. Haleeb, Al Haleeb. Kharoof, Al Kharoof, Dub, Al Dub. Because Da is a sun letter. Thahab, Ad Dhahab. Rajol, Ar Rajol. Zaraffa, Za is a sun letter, it becomes Az Zaraffa. Samakah, As Samakah. And Shajarah becomes As Shajarah. Well, thats all about the moon letters Al Huroof Al Qamariya and the sun letters Al Huroof Ash Shamsiya. Thank You for you watching, Shukran Janzeelan Lil Mutaba’a. Ellal liqaaq. Summary of the video:- About article THE What are the Moon-letters Words with the Al What are the Sun letters Words with the Tanween Adding Al to the words Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on the Arabic Language; All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Arabic Possessive Pronouns| Arabic Attached Pronouns| Possessive Pronouns Examples
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages: Attached Pronouns | Possessive Pronouns | Arabic Language; Attached Pronouns (Possessive Pronouns) My, Our Your (M), Your (Dual M), Your Plural M Your (F), Your (Dual F), Your Plural F His, Their (Dual M), Their (Plural M) Her, Their (Dual F), Their (Plural F) (00:00-05:30) Revision (05:31-06:54) Test yourself (06:55-09:05) Translate into English. (09:06-13:32) Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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Price-Output Determination under Monopoly in the Long Run
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination under Monopoly in the Long Run; Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:30 Long Run Price-Output Determination 00:00:31- 00:06:57 *What are the similarities between long run and short run with respect to the price-output decisions? *The conditions under which the monopolist can expand his firm? *Graphical representation of profit-maximizing output and price *How is the profit of the firm calculated graphically? *What is the major difference between price-output determinations in the long run with that of the short run? *What are the conditions under which the firm can enhance its production in the long run in a monopoly? Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Occupation in Arabic | Job Names | Place of Job | Respond to Occupation Queries
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Language: Occupation in Arabic | Arabic Language: Occupations- Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Lets speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Today we are going to talk about occupations. And by the end of this lesson you will be able to say different occupations in Arabic. Ask whats your job and where do you work for females & males. And you will be able to respond these two questions. Lets get started. Falnabda. First, I will show you some of the occupations and I will tell you how to say them in Arabic. 1) Writer - Kaatib. Kaa-tib. Kaatib is a male writer, to change it into female writer just you need to add Ta Marboota, at the end of Kaatib. Ba is not a naughty letter, so we will use the joint Ta Marboota. And remember the pronunciation for Ta Marboota at the end of the word its like Ha. Kaatib- the male writer Kaatibah- the female writer Kaatib and Kaatibah Next occupation: Doctor, Tabeeb, Ta-Beeb, the female Tabeebah. Tabeeb and Tabeebah Next one artist: Fannaan- male & Fannanah- female. So here we have Fannaan & Fannaanah. Next one singer: Male singer Mughannee, Mu-Gha-Nee, Mughannee. Female Mughanniyah, Mu-Gha-Ni-Yah. Mughannee and Mughanniyah. Actor- Mumaththil. By adding Ta Marboota at the end of Mumaththil, it becomes Mumaththilah. Mumaththil- the male actor Mumaththilah- the female actres Next is translator: Male translator- Mutarjim The same rule, by adding Ta Marboota at the end of Mutarjim, it becomes Mutarjimah and it is female translator. Mutarjim and Mutarjimah. Next is nurse: Mumarridh, Mu-Marridh male nurse Mumarridhah, female nurse. Mumarridh, Mu-Ma-Ridh & Mu-Ma-Ri-dhah. Mumarridh and Mumarridhah. Lawyer: Male lawyer, Muhaamee, Mu-Haa-Mee The same rule, add Ta Marboota at the end of Muhaamee, Muhaamiyah, female lawyer. Muhaamee and Muhaamiyah. Next one, Cook: Male Tabbaakh, Ta-Baa-Kh & the female Tabbaakhah. Tabbaakh & Tabbaakhah Accountant: Muhaasib, Mu-Haa-Sib, Muhaasib and the female Muhaasibah, Mu-Haa-Si-Bah Muhaasib and Muhaasibah Next one is farmer: Muzaari’a, Mu-Zaa-Re’a, Muzaari’a & the female Muzaari’ah. Muzaari’a & Muzaari’ah. Policeman is Shurtie, Shur-Tie and police woman is Shurtiyah, Shurtiyah. Shurtie and Shurtiyah Teacher: Mu’allim Female teacher Mu’allimah, Mu-A’a-Li-Mah Mu’allim and Mu’allimah. Male Student- Taalib, Taa-Lib Female student Taalibah. Taalib- male student & female- Taalibah To say school: School - Madrasah The school- Al Madrasah College- Kulliyah The, with The, it is Al Kulliyah University- Jaami’a With the, it is Al Jaami’a. So you can say Ana Taalib Fee Al Madrasah or Ana Taalibah Fee Al Madrasa. So, I am student in a school or school student. College: Ana Taalib Fee Al Kulliyah or Ana Taalibah Fee Al Kulliyah. University, Jaami’a. Ana Taalib Fee Al Jaami’a or Ana Taalibah Fee Al Jaami’a. Now its the time to see how to ask whats your job in Arabic? The first way Maa Mehnatuka? Maa Mehnatuka? Maa Mehnatuka? This is for males. Maa Mehnatuki? Maa Mehnatuki? This is for females. The same question except for Fathah and Kasara. Maa Mehnatuka? Or Maa Mehnatuki? The answer is Ana, then you will mention your occupation and you will choose the proper form if it is for females or for males. This is the first way to ask what your job Maa Mehnatuka? Or Maa Mehnatuki? Or you can use the other way Maa Hiya Mehnatuka? By adding Hiay in the middle of Maa and Mehnatuka. Maa Hiya Mehnatuka? Or Maa Hiya Mehnatuki? Its the same meaning. So you can use Maa Mehnatuka? Short one or Maa Hiya Mehnatuka? Maa Mehnatuki? Or Maa Hiya Mehnatuki? And both have the same meaning whats your job and here the same answer Ana, then you will say your occupation. Another question that you can ask about occupation is, “Where do you work”. The first version for males Ayna Ta’malu? Ayna, which means work, Ta’malu, you work. Ayna Ta’malua? Ayna Ta’malua? For females you can ask Ayna Ta’maleena? Ayna Ta’maleena? By adding Ya and Na at the end of Ta’malu. So Ayna Ta’maleena? Ayna Ta’malu? Where do you work for males, Ayna Ta’maleena? Its where do you work for females. So that the difference is Ta’malu, you work for boys and Ta’maleena, you work for females. The answer is A’amalu, which means, I work A’amalu fee. Then you will say the company. A’amalu fee and then mention the name of the company. So here Ayna Ta’malu? Here Ayna Ta’maleena? And I work means A’amalu. Fee means in. Well thats all for this lesson always remember, keep on practicing and thank you for watching Shukran Li Mutaba’a Wa illal Liqaa’. - Different Occupations - Ask what is your job? - Where do you work? - How to Respond? Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH to watch more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language| Greetings in Arabic |Respond Greetings in Arabic | Arabic Vocabulary | Conversation
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages: Greetings in Arabic | Tips to Understand Arabic | Speak Arabic Quickly Hello Everyone, Marhaban and Thank You for watching Edupedia World Videos. Today we are going to start with Arabic speaking lessons. So lets speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. The first lesson in the speaking part is about Greetings! So in this lesson, you will learn: - How to greet people in Arabic? - How to respond to basic greetings? And you will learn basic words to make conversations. Let's get started. Falnabda. Hi in Arabic is Marhaban! Mar-Ha-Ban. The response for Marhaban is Ahlan, Ah-Lan. So, Hi is Marhaban the response is Ahlan. Hello or the exact translation for this greeting is “May Peace Be upon you” & it is Assalamo Alaikum. Assalaamo - Alaikum. Actually, this greeting is used at formal and informal conversations and you can use it any time during the day. The response for Assalamu Alaikum would be, Wa’alaikum Assalaam, Wa’alai- kum-As-Salam. And it means “and upon you peace”. So to say “May Peace be upon you” is As Salamo Alaikum. The answer which means “and upon you peace” is Wa’alai- kum- Assalam. The next greeting: Good Morning-Sabahu-Al-Khair. Sa-Ba-Hu and Al–Khai-r. The response is Sabahu-An-Noor. Sa- Ba- Hu An-Noor. The next greeting: Good Evening- It is Masahu– Al Khair. Ma-Sa-Hu and Al–Khai-r The response is Masahu Annoor. Ma- Sa- Hu and An–No-or. Good Bye: There are 2 ways to say Good Bye 1) Ellal liqaa. E–La and the second part Al-li -qaa. Together you pronounce it Ellal Liqaa. 2) Ma’a Assalama. Ma–‘a and the other part is A-sa–la-ma. Together would be Ma’assalaama. So there are two ways to say goodbye, the first one is Ellal Liqaa and their response would be the same Ellal Liqaa and the second way is Ma’a Salaama and the response would be Ma’a Salaama. Good Night. Actually to say Good Night there are two forms. One masculine and one feminine. If you are saying: Good Night to a boy- Tus - Bihu - Ala - Khair. Tus – Bi - hu - Ala - Khair. So here Good Night is formed of three words Tusbihu-Ala and khair. This version is a masculine one. Good night for girls- Tus– Bihina -Ala -Khair. Tus- Bihina- Ala- Khair. Again, its in three part. 1) Tus – Bi - hina. Tusbihina 2) Ala 3) Khair Good Night for females. Now the response for good night, if you are saying good night for a boy and you are responding it. It will be Wa anta Bi Khair. Its two words. The first one Wa-anta. The second one Bi-Khair. Wa anta Bi Khair. Good Night, you are responding Good Night, and you are talking to a girl. The response would be Wa anti Bi Khair. There is Fathah on the top of Ta. If you are talking to a girl or female, you will say, Wa anti bikhair by adding Kasrah underneath Ta. Thank You is Shukran, Shuk – Ran, Shukran. There are 2 ways to answer Shukran. 1) the shortest way is Afwan, Af-wan. 2) the other is formed of 4 words. It is La - Shukra - Ala - Wajib. Again it is La – Shuk - ra - Ala - Wajib. Welcome in Arabic is Ahlan Wa Sahlan, Ah-lan Wa Sah-lan. Nice to meet you is Fursah Sa’eedah. Fur-sah and the second part is Sa’-ee-dah, and you can use the same term Fursah Sa’eedah to respond it. These are all the greetings and the basic words. Now it is the time to test yourself.How? First I will show you few words, you will guess, what’s the missing syllable in each word? How to say it? And, what does it mean? After each word I will give you few seconds to guess and then after I will say the answer. 1) It is Ahlan - the response for Marhaban. 2) It is As Salamu Alaikum (may peace be upon you) 3) It is Marhaban- Hi 4) It is Fursah - Sa’eedah -Nice to meet you 5) Wa alaikum Assalam. The response for As Salamu Alaikum and it means upon you peace 6) It is Sabaahu Alkhair - good morning. 7) It is Sabahu An Noor - Sabahu Al Khair 8) It is Masahu Alkhair - good evening 9) It is Ellal liqaaq - good bye 10) It is Masahu An Noor - Masa Ul Khair 11) It is Ma’asalama - good bye 12) It is Tusbihu Ala Khair - good night the masculine version 13) It is Tusbihina Ala Khair - good night feminine version 14) It is Afwan - you are welcome 15) Wa anta Bikhair - response for good night, if you are talking to a boy & remember if you are talking to a girl, instead of Fathah on Ta you put Kasrah on Ta and it becomes Wa anti Bikhair. Let's see what’s next? Here it is the long way to say you are welcome and in Arabic, it is La Shukra Ala Wajib, you are welcome. And the last one is Ahlan Wa Sahlan, which is welcome Thank You. Shukran Jazeelan and see you next speaking lesson. Ma’assalama. Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH to watch more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved.
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Training and Developing Employees l Human Resource Management
 
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Human Resource Management; Management Training and Developing Employees l Human Resource Management 1. Employee Orientation: 00:00:40-00:01:25 2. Objectives of Employee Orientation a. Convey what is expected from the employee b. Reduce anxiety c. Help understanding organization and its culture d. Work Behavior: 00:01:26-00:03:15 3. Employee Training: 00:03:16-00:04:08 4. Employee Training Process- a. Need Analysis b. Instruction Design c. Validation d. Implementation e. Evaluation: 00:04:09-00:05:23 5. Training Need Analysis: 00:05:24-00:06:31 6. Identifying Training Needs: 00:06:32-00:07:22 7. Designing and Training Program: 00:07:23-00:09:06 8. Validation: 00:09:07-00:09:35 9. Evaluation: 00:09:36-00:10:05
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59. हिन्दी Language: Possession Words (ka, ki, ke) | Usage of Possession Words | का की के - प्रयोग
 
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Hindi Language: Possession Words- ka, ke, ki/ Usage of Possession Words Possession words in hindi का की के - प्रयोग Hindi me ka, ki, ke के प्रयोग Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App: https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://goo.gl/Vh27wT for more videos on Hindi; All Rights Reserved.
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SAP FICO | Module | FI/CO Overview | SAP Finance and Controlling .
 
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SAP FICO MODUE: SAP FICO Module/ FI/CO Overview | SAP Finance and Controlling . Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPHhtSwD6hzYyuhi-qw3livb for more videos on SAP- FICO. All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic language | Short Vowels in Arabic | Fat'hah | Dammah | Kasrah | Sukoon| Shaddah
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages: Short Vowels in Arabic | Fat'ha | Dammah | Kasrah | Sukoon: Hello Everyone, Marhaban and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos. The short vowels by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. In this lesson, we are going to talk about short vowels. So what are they? Like English, Arabic has both Vowels and Consonants, but the short vowels in Arabic are not actual letters. They are just symbols that you place on top of or below consonants. Arabic has three short vowels and they are - : Fathah Dammah Kasrah Fathah is the equivalent of the short letter a in hat or cat. In Arabic script the Fathah is written as a small horizontal line above a consonant. So that line above Ba is called Fathah. The letter Ba with Fathah still the same sound. Still Ba. There is no change in its sound. Lets Practice the consonants with Fathah. Read them out, then check your pronunciation. The letters with Fathah are A, Ba, Ta, Tha, Ja, Ha, Kha, Da, The, Ra, Za, Sa, Sha, Sa, Dha, Th, Za, A’a, Gha, Fa, Qa, Ka, La, Ma, Na, Ha, Wa and Ya. Dammah - The second main Arabic vowel is Dammah, Dammah sound like uh in book. In Arabic script it is written like a tiny backward e above a particular consonant. So, this small sign is called Dammah, It looks like small WA. Ba with Dammah, it sound will be Bu. And now lets practice the consonants with Dammah. Read them out, then check your answers. Theletters with Dammah are Uh, Bu, Tu, Thu, Ju, Hu, Khu, Du, Thu, Ru, Zu, Su, Shu, Su, Dhu, Tu, Zhu, A’u, Ghu, Fu, Qu, Ku, Lu, Mu, Nu, Hu, Wu and Uu, Kasrah - The third main vowel is Kasrah, which sounds like "i" in sink and dip. The Kasrah is written in the same way as Fathah, as a small horizontal line, except that it goes underneath the consonants. So this line underneath Ba is called Kasrah Ba with Kasrah, the sound of it is Be. Let’s practice the consonants with Kasrah. Read them out then check your answer. The letters with kasrah are, E, Bi, Ti, Thi, Gi, Hi, Khi, Di, Dhi, Ri, Zi, Si, Shi, Si, Dhi, Ti, Zhi, I’i, Ghi, Fi, Qi, Ki, Li, Mi, Ni, Hi, Wi and Yi. Now I will talk about Sukoon. Sukoon is the small circle over the letter. It is brought over a letter when no sound should be pronounced after the letter. Example, it is like sound in sky. Lets see how to pronounce the following letters with Sukoon. Sha with Sukoon is Shhh. La with Sukoon is Il. Ma with Sukoon is Mm and Na with Sukoon is Nn. Well to understand the idea of Sukoon, lets try to read two letters words, the first letter has Fathah while the second letter has Sukoon. Try to read them then listen to my pronunciation. The words are Aai, Waz, Raj, All, Raf, Daq, Zai, Dam and Zal. Well, as a conclusion Fathah is a short vowel, it means an opening, so you have to open your mouth wide, when you say any letter with Fathah. It is a short line over the letter, its sound is A. Like Ta with Fathah is Ta. Dammah: Dammah is another short vowel it means a closing. So you close your mouth when you say any letter with Dammah. It is a small Wa over the letter and it sound as oo. So Ta with Dammah is Tu. Kasrah: Kasrah means a breaking and it is a short vowel and you place it under the letter, It sound is e. So Kasrah along with Ta give the sound Ti. For Sukoon, Sukoon means static and your mouth is static when you say a letter with Sukoon. It is a small circle above the letter. Ta with Sukoon is It. Well! Now I will show you a mark that is shown in Arabic script, it is called Shaddah. Shaddah the symbol of shaddah is like w small w over the letter. Where is Shaddah used? Shaddah is used like Fat'ha, Dhammah, Kasrah, Sukoon over consonants. The Question is: Does Shaddah have a sound? You have to read the letter that has Shaddah with stress? (Like a double letter in English) Example - This word in Arabic is Kataba. If we add Shaddah on the top of Ta it will be Kattaba, with stress on Ta. This is all about Shaddah. Now its time to test yourselves, read out the following consonants and then you check your pronunciation. The letters are Ja, Zi, I’i, Uq, E, Ti, Ra, Thi, Za, Hu, Bu, The, Sa, Ki, Hu, Nu, Sha, Wa, Fi, Hu, Al, Sa, Ya, Dhu, mm, Gha, Tu and Da. Alright, by the way, the short vowels and the marks are very important as they can change the meaning of any word. Well, thats all about the short vowels and the marks that can be used in Arabic Script. Thank you for watching and be ready for the next lesson. Shukran Lil Mutaba’a. Wa illal Liqaaq. Three short vowels of Arabic, Description of Fat'ha Consonants with fat'ha Description of Dammah Consonants with Dammah Description of Kasrah Consonants with kasrah Description of Sukoon Words with sukoon Summary of the taught topics Description of Shaddah Practice for Pronunciation Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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Project Management-Intro to CPM & PERT| Critical Path Method| Project Evaluation & Review Technique
 
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Operation Management: Project Management-Intro to CPM & PERT; Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com). All right reserved.
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Dr. Visvesvaraya | Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya | Engineer Visvesvaraya (Bharat Ratna Awardee)
 
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Famous Personalities and Events: Engineer's Day (15 September) | Dr. Visvesvaraya's Birthday | Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Full Name- Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, Born- 15 September 1860, Muddenahalli, Chikballapur, Kingdom of Mysore (now in Karnataka), British India Died- 14 April 1962 (aged 101), Bangalore, Mysore State, India Nationality- Indian Alma mater- University of Madras, College of Engineering, Pune Profession- Civil Engineer Religion- Hinduism Career In Brief:- -Joined service as Assistant Engineer in Bombay, 1884; served in Nasik, Khandesh and Poona; -services lent to Municipality of Sukkur in Sind, 1894: designed and carried out the water works of that Municipality, 1895; -Executive Engineer, Surat, 1896; -Assistant Superintending Engineer, Poona, 1897–99; visited China and Japan, 1898; -Executive Engineer for Irrigation, Poona, 1899; -Sanitary Engineer, Bombay, and Member, Sanitary Board, 1901; gave evidence before the Indian Irrigation Commission, 1901; -designed and constructed Automatic Gates patented by him at Lake Fife Storage Reservoir; introduced a new system of irrigation known as the "Block System", 1903; represented the Bombay Government at the Simla Irrigation Commission, 1904; on special duty, 1905; -Superintending Engineer, 1907; visited Egypt, Canada. United States of America and Russia, 1908; -services lent as Special Consulting Engineer, Hyderabad, to supervise and carry out Engineering works in connection with the Musi floods, 1909; -retired from British service, 1909; -Chief Engineer and Secretary to the Government of Mysore, 1909; -Dewan of Mysore, P. W. and Railway Department, 1913; -Board of director of TATA STEEL, 1927-1955. Awards and Honours:- Visvesvaraya was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire (CIE) in 1911.[12] In 1915, while he was the Diwan of Mysore, Visvesvaraya was knighted as a Knight Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire (KCIE) by the British for his myriad contributions to the public good.[13] After India attained independence, he was awarded with the nation's highest honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1955.[14] He was feted with honorary membership of the international Institution of Civil Engineers (based in London) and a fellowship of the Indian Institute of Science (based in Bangalore). He was awarded several honorary doctoral degrees like D.Sc., LL.D., D.Litt. from eight universities in India. He was president of the 1923 Session of the Indian Science Congress. Sir M.V. was awarded honorary Membership of London Institution of Civil Engineers for an unbroken 50 years.[15] He was the most popular person from Karnataka, in a newspaper survey conducted by Prajavani. Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg All Rights Reserved.
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SAP FICO | Account Payable | Accounts payable Transactions | Vendor posting | Invoice verification
 
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SAP FICO Module: SAP FICO / Account Payable: What is Accounts Payable, Accounts payable Transactions overview, What are the Vendor posting, How vendor voice can be created, Invoice verification, Open/Cleared items in Account payable document, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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SAP FICO | Basics Concept and Process Flow Within Account Payable | Accounts Payable Transactions
 
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SAP FICO MODULE: SAP FICO/Basics Concept and Process Flow Within Account Payable | Accounts Payable Transactions: Accounts Payable(AP) transactions overview, How Vendor Down Payment done, Two main parts of the AP transaction, Accounts Payable transaction structure, Verification of the vendor transaction, Two types of the Invoice verification, PO based Invoices, Non-PO based invoices, What is vendor credit memo, Process outgoing payment, Summarize version of the invoice verification process, Process flow - Invoice verification Process, Process flow - Vendor Credit Memo Process, Process flow - Vendor outgoing payment process, Example for the accounts Payable invoicing -(Tcode:FV60), Reversing document entries, Vendor Down payment Process, A look of vendor down payment screen, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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SAP FICO | General Ledger | Concept of General Ledger | Integration | Types
 
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SAP FICO MODULE: SAP FICO/ General Ledger. Concept of General Ledger, Integration of the G\L Accounts in the financial accounting, What are Classic GL, What are New GL, GL and Sub-ledgers: Reconciliation Accounts, What are Reconcilitation accounts, Concept of GL Coding, Example for the GL coding, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Family Members in Arabic | Use of MY with Family Members |
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Language: Family Members in Arabic | Use of MY with Family Members: Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Falnabda. To say father in Arabic, it is Ab. Mother, is two letters as well A and Ma, its Um. Son, Ibn. Well, daughter is just like Ibn, but you have to add Ta Marboota at the end of it, and remember Ta Marboota is pronounced as Ha. So if son is Ibn, so daughter is Ibnah. Ibn and Ibnah, because Na, its not a naughty letter or its not one of the special letters, we use this shape of Ta Marboota, the joint one. So Ibn is son Ibnah is daughter. Children - Abna’. Ab-na’. Husband - Zouj. Can you guess how we say wife? It's simple, just add Ta Marboota at the end. It is Zoujah, Zoujah. Husband- Zouj Wife- Zoujah And here we use the Ta Marboota, then joint Ta Marboota, because Ja, its not a special letter. Brother is Akh. Its just two letters A and Kha, Akh. Sister, Okht, Okht. Grandfather, Jadd. Ja and Da, Jadd. Grandmother just you need to add Ta Marboota, so it is Jaddah and here we have used this shape of Ta Marboota not joining, because Da is one of the naughty letters or the special letters. Jadd- grandfather & Jaddah - grandmother. Grandson is Hafeed, Ha-Feed Can you say or can you guess how we say granddaughter? It is Hafeedah. Ha-Fee-Dah. Hafeed and Hafeedah. Hafeed- grandson, Hafeedah- granddaughter Next family member is paternal uncle. To say paternal uncle in Arabic, it is A’mm. Its just two letters A’ and Ma, A’mm. By adding Ta Marboota at the end of it, it becomes paternal aunt, A’mmah. A’mm- paternal uncle A’mmah- paternal aunt And here its joining Ta Marboota, because Ma is not a naughty letter. A’mm and A’mmah. Maternal uncle - Khaal, Khaal Maternal aunt, by adding Ta Marboota at the end of it, it is Khaalah. Khaal and Khaalah. And, here we use the joined Ta Marboota, because La, its not a naughty letter. Now, how to say my? In Arabic, you just need to add the suffix, E at the end of a noun. If the noun ends with Ta Marboota, either the, this shape or that one, you have to change that Ta Marboota into normal Ta, then you add E at the end, so the sound of it becomes Ti. Lets practice along with the family members. My father, Ab, is father, my father is Abee. Mother is Um, my mother, Ummee. Son is Ibn, my son Ibnee. Daughter is Ibnah, it ends with Ta Marboota. So once we need to say my daughter, it is Ibnatee. So the Ta Marboota, you change it into normal Ta, then you add E at the end, so it becomes Ibnatee. It is Ibnah, daughter, my daughter Ibnatee. Children Abna’, my children Abna’ee. Husband- Zouj, my husband- Zoujee. Zoujah - wife, my wife is Zoujatee because it ends with Ta Marboota. Zoujah and it becomes Zoujatee, my wife. Brother is Akh, my brother Akhee Sister- Okht, my sister is Okhtee. Grandfather Jadd, my grandfather Jaddee. Now, grandmother is Jaddah, ends with Ta Marboota, so my grandmother is Jaddatee. Ta remember you need to change it into normal Ta the Ta Marboota you change it into normal Ta, then you add E at the end, it is Jaddatee. Grandson Hafeed, my grandson, Hafeedee. Granddaughter Hafeedah, ends with Ta Marboota, my granddaughter Hafeedatee. Paternal Uncle A’mm, along with my, it becomes A’mmee. Paternal Aunt is A’mmah, there is Ta Marboota at the end. My paternal aunt is A’mmatee. Maternal Uncle- Khaal My uncle, Khaalee. Maternal Aunt Khaalah, there’s Ta Marboota at the end. So, my Maternal Aunt is Khaalatee. Now, let's see, how to say name, my name, his and her name. Name- Ism My name- Ismee His name, you have to add, Hu sound at the end of Ism. So, it is Ismuhu. His name is Ismuhu. Her name, you have to add Ha sound at the end of Ism, and it becomes Ismuhaa. So remember that, name by itself is Ism. My name Ismee. His name Ismuhu. Her name is Ismuhaa. Ismee, Ismuhu & Ismuhaa. Now its your turn to make sentences as much as you can using Ismee, Ismuhu and Ismuhaa. I'll give you few examples: Ana Ismee Heba, Abi Ismuhu Ahmad, Ummee Ismuhaa Sarah, Akhee Ismuhu Saami, wa Okhtee Ismuhaa Sally. So you can make, now you are able to make like these sentences and try to cover all the family members along with their names by using his or her name. Thats all for this lesson keep on practicing. And Thank you for watching Shukran Le Mutaba’a wa maassalama. Family Members -To Say the Family Member -To Use (My) with the family member -To say His/Her Name Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here https://www..com/playlist?list... to watch more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved.
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Greatest Scientist Of 20'th Century | Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar | Life Story |  Discovery
 
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Famous Personality and Event: Greatest Scientist Of 20'th Century | Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar | Life Story | Discovery Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was born on October 19, 1910 in Lahore, Punjab. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was an Astrophysicist and Applied Mathematics, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was awarded The Noble Prize in Physics in 1983, C.V. Raman the first Indian to win Noble Prize in science was the younger brother of Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar Father Chandrasekhar subrahmanya Ayer, Chandrasekhar was tutored at home initially till the age of 12 and later attended the Hindu High School, He joined Presidency College, Madras from 1925 to 1930 obtaining his bachelor's degree, B.Sc. (Hon.), in physics in June 1930. In July 1930, Chandrasekhar was awarded a Government of India scholarship to pursue graduate studies at the University of Cambridge, where he was admitted to Trinity College, After receiving a bronze medal for his work on degenerate stars, Chandrasekhar was awarded his PhD degree in the summer of 1933, He was elected to a Prize Fellowship at Trinity College for the period 1933–1937 In January 1937, Chandrasekhar was recruited to the University of Chicago faculty as Research Associate and remain at the university for his entire career, In 1983 he published a classical work on Mathematical Theory of Black holes, Chandrasekhar was best known for his discovery of Chandrasekhar limit: Chandrasekhar limit let to the better understanding of Stellar Evolution, The formulation of chandrasekhar limit led to the discovery of The Neutron star and Black hole, Major work by Subrhamanyan Chandrasekhar apart from the discovery of chandrasekhar limit are: Theory of Brownian Motion (1938-1943), Theory of Illumination and Polarization of the sun lit sky (1943-1950), The Equilibrium and the Stability of episodial figures of equilibrium (1961-1968), The General Theory of Relativity and Relativistic Astrophysics (1962-1971), The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes (1974-1983), Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar died on August 21 in 1905 at the age of "82", Music by: Free Music for Commercial Use, Music link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaC9Ygz01TY&index=4&list=PLYo1YtVKirP-LAZ3AjpIiJNW9KIe1MJLw Video By Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language l  l How are You in Arabic l What is Your Name in Arabicl Respond Question in Arabic
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Language; Let’s Speak Arabic l To ask “how are you” and responding to questions l Arabic Language Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Lets speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Today we are going to learn, how to ask “how are you?” and “whats your name?” and we will learn how to respond to these two questions. Lets get started. Falnabda First we will learn how to ask, how are you? There are 2 forms for this question. One is masculine and the other is feminine. For Males:- “how are you?”, we say Kaifa Haaluka? Kai-fa Haa-lu-ka. So this question is formed of two words the first one is: Kaifa, and the second one is Haaluka, Kaifa Haaluka. And there is Fathah on the top of Ka, that Ka, Kaifa Haaluka. Now, for Females: It’s almost the same, but the difference is instead of Fathah on the top of Ka, we put Kasrah underneath Ka, and it is Kaifa Haa-Lu-ki, Kaifa Haaluki. For boys- Kaifa Haaluka For girls- Kaifa Haaluki Only the difference is by adding Fathah on the top of Ka, if it is for boys and or by adding Kasrah underneath Ka, if it is for girls and the pronunciation is Kaifa Haaluka, and Kaifa Haaluki. Different ways to answer them. If you want to say “I'm good, thank you”, it is Bekhair Shukran. Its two words, the first, Be-kha-ir and the second one Shukran. If you want to say "I'm good praise to God, it is an Arabic, Bekhair, and the second word wal hamdu lillah. Sometimes we just say, praise to God which is Alhamdulillah, Al-Ham-Do-Lil-Lah, Alhamdulillah. If you want to say I'm so so, it is in Arabic. La Bas, La- Bas. La Bas means, I am so so. If you are not feeling well, the phrase or the statement formed of three parts the first one is Ana, A-Na. The second part, Lastu, Las-Tu. The third one, Bekhair, Ana Lastu Bekahir. Ana Lastu Bekhair. This is I'm not feeling well. Now let;s repeat the answers very quickly. If you want to say I'm good, thank you, its Bekhair Shukran. I'm good, praise to God: Bekhair Wal hamdulillah. If you want to say praise to God only, it is Alhamdulillah. I'm so so, La Bas. I'm not feeling well, Ana Lastu Bekahir. Now, how to say whats your name? Again, for this question, we have two forms, one masculine and one feminine starting with the masculine form. It is Maa, and the second part Is-Mu-Ka. Ma and Ismuka. When you are asking this question, because we have two A, next to each other, here we have A in Maa, and Ismuka, starting with A, so we pronounce it, Masmuka, Masmuka. So whats your name for boys is, Masmuka. And remember you have to add Fathah on the top of Ka. The same question for females, it is, Masmuki. Its the same thing starting with Ma and the second part is Is Mu Ki. Here you have to add Kasara underneath Ka. And, again, we have two A’s here, so when we are going to pronounce it, it is Masmuki. Masmuki. Its not Ma Ismuki, its Masmuki. So whats your name for boys Masmuka, and for girls, Masmuki. The answer: Ismi, Ismi and then, and then, you will mention your name. Is-mi and you will say your name, or you can say Ana Ismi, then you say your name. So you can choose, either you say Ana Ismi or just Ismi and you say your name. Now, It’s time to test yourself: So what we are going to do right now. You have to translate the following statement into Arabic. And I will give you a few seconds after each statement, then I will mention the correct answer. The first one: how to say, I'm good praise to God. The answer is Bi Khair Wal hamdu lillah. The second one: How are you? How to say, how are you in Arabic and you, here you have to mention both masculine and feminine form. The answer is Kaifa Haaluka, for males and Kaifa Haaluki, for females. Next one, I am so so, how to say it in Arabic? The answer is, La Bas. Next, whats your name? Masculine and feminine. The answer is Masmuka, masculine form and Masmuki, feminine form Masmuka and Masmuki. The next one, I'm good, thank you. How we translate this statement into Arabic? The answer is Bekhair Shukran. Next one, my name is. So we can say Ismi or Ana Ismi. Both are correct in Arabic. The last one, I'm not feeling good. The answer is Ana Lastu Bikhair. Well, thats all for this lesson. Aa…, Thank you for watching, Shukran Lemutabaa, Ma’assalaama. 1. Objective: 00:00:18-00:00:30 2. How to Ask “How Are You?” : 00:00:31-00:02:06 3. How to say “I’m good, thank you” : 00:02:07-00:02:26 4. How to say “I’m good, praise to God” : 00:02:27-00:03:20 5. How to say “I’m so so” : 00:03:21-00:03:36 6. How to say “I’m not feeling well” : 00:03:37-00:04:11 7. Revision : 00:04:12-00:06:11 8. How to say “ My name is” : 00:06:12-00:07:00 9. Translation: 00:07:01-00:09:36 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved
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Price-Output Determination under Oligopoly | Long Run and Short Run |
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination under Oligopoly | Long Run and Short Run; Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:10 What is an Oligopoly?- 00:00:11-00:04:39 *What is oligopoly? *Different types of oligopoly - homogenous oligopoly - heterogeneous oligopoly *Worldwide examples of oligopoly *What are the major characteristics of oligopoly? Sweezy’s Kinked Demand Curve- 00:04:40- 00:13:14 *What are the assumptions under the model? *Why does the model possess a kinked demand curve? *What happens to marginal revenue curve under this model? *Graphical representation of Sweezy’s Kinked Demand model Price-Output Determination in the Short Run- 00:13:15- 00:17:44 *The three possibilities in the short run - Normal profit - Supernormal profit - Loss *Graphical representations of the three situations Price-Output Determination in the Long Run- 00:17:45- 00:18:52 *What happen to the firms in the long run with respect to these three models? *The two possible conditions in the long run Conclusion- 00:18:53- 00:20:28 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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Dr. C V Raman | National Science Day | First Indian to win Nobel Prize
 
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National Science Day- 28th February 2018 | First Indian to win Nobel Prize | National Science Day | Dr. C V Raman | Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman | Life story Famous Personalities and Events: A Tribute to First Indian Scientist to win Nobel Prize | Dr. C V Raman | Life History 28-February is celebrated as National Science Day in remembrance of his contribution of Raman Effect Native name: சந்திரசேகர் வேங்கட ராமன் Born: 7 November 1888 Thiruvanaikoil, Tiruchirappalli, Madras Presidency, British India Died: 21 November 1970 (aged 82) Bangalore, Karnataka, India Nationality: Indian Fields: Physics Institutions: Indian Finance Department University of Calcutta Banaras Hindu University Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science Indian Institute of Science Raman Research Institute Alma mater: Presidency College, University of Madras Doctoral students: G. N. Ramachandran Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai Known for: Raman effect Notable awards: Knight Bachelor (1929) Hughes Medal (1930) Nobel Prize in Physics (1930) Bharat Ratna (1954) Lenin Peace Prize (1957) Fellow of the Royal Society Spouse: Lokasundari Ammal (1907–1970) Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaC9Ygz01TY&index=4&list=PLYo1YtVKirP-LAZ3AjpIiJNW9KIe1MJLw Channel: Free Music for Commercial Use Song Title: The 126ers - Wish You'd Come True Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPExt5LAV-hJ2MtAXcfCKSYJ for more videos on Famous Personalities and Events. All Rights Reserved.
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Price-Output Determination under Monopolistic Competition | Long Run and Short Run|
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination under Monopolistic Competition | Long Run and Short Run; Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:22 Monopolistic Competition- 00:00:23- 00:03:11 *What are the major characteristics of monopolistic competition? Price- Output Determination in the Short Run -00:03:12- 00:12:04 *How can a firm earn i) Supernormal profit ii) Normal profit under monopolistic competition and run into iii) Losses *Graphical representations of the three conditions Price-Output Determination in the Long Run- 00:12:05-00:15:15 *What happens to firm in the long run under monopolistic competition? *What are the reasons behind the firm earning the normal profit in the long run under monopolistic competition? *Most important assumptions about the firms under monopolistic competition in the long run and short run Conclusion 00:15:16- 00:17:42 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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15. हिन्दी Language:Conversation| Common Words in Hindi| Introductory Conversation in Hindi(बातचीत )
 
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Hindi Language: Conversation (common words in Hindi) Introductory Conversation in Hindi(बातचीत ) Hindi words used daily namaste: नमस्ते:: hello main: मैं :: I mera: मेरा :: My aap: आप :: You aapka: आपका :: Your tum: तुम :: You tumhara: तुम्हारा :: Your naam: नाम :: Name kya: क्या :: What kahan se: कहाँ से :: From Where aana: आना :: To Come padhna: पढ़ना :: To Study Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App: https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://goo.gl/Vh27wT for more videos on Hindi; All Rights Reserved.
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What All You Can Do With PowerPoint? | PowerPoint Presentation
 
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Microsoft PowerPoint: What is PowerPoint? Power Point is not just a presentation Tool but its a Complete presentation graphics package What you can do with Power Point? You can create - PDF Files using Power Point - Small Videos - A photo album (which may contain 100 of photos) in just a few click - Create self-narrated stories(in your own voice) and record them as video. - Add music throughout the presentation - Add applauses where ever required - Animated graphs to add in your presentation (which can add attention of the viewers) - Apply multiple effects to a picture and save that as a picture file (and not a ppt.) Lets Learn:- *Tips and Tricks to work fast in PowerPoint *Keyboard shortcuts *Making your own theme *Applying artistic effects on Images *Created small animated movie *Working with SMART ART, Charts, Graphs and TABLES. and many more" A promotional video explaining about what all one can do with PowerPoint. Use PowerPoint as a graphic Tool, Create PDF file using PowerPoint, Create picture videos using powerpoint Add Music to the presentation, Learn to animate the graphs, Applying Fading effect to the pictures using powerpoint, Creating pencil sketch of your picture Using Powerpoint, Creating Roadmaps, Showing Survey/marketing Results, Creating infographics in powerpoint, Using Smart art Graphics, Learn to animate text and Pictures in Powerpoint, Learn to create your own unique design /theme in powerpoint. Recorded by : Neeru Verma Edited by : Edupedia World You can learn how to work with PowerPoint just by clicking the link below: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE5Ue_8dogA0HW_Yq5hxGnH If you like the video subscribe our channel for more free educational videos, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6E97LDJTFJgzWU7G3CHILw/feed Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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Price-Output Determination under Monopoly
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination under Monopoly in the Short-Run Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:12 Monopoly- 00:00:13- 00:03:57 *What is a monopoly? *What are the main characteristics of monopoly? *What are the reasons behind the formation of monopoly? -Franchise monopolies - Raw material monopolies -Natural monopolies - Efficiency in production Price and Output Determination in the Short Run 00:03:58- 00:13:11 *Price- maker *Graphical representation of price-output determination in the short run *How to determine whether the producer is making profit or losses with cost curves and revenue curves? *What are the factors affecting the profit of a monopolist? *What are the conditions under which the monopoly is earning an economic profit, normal profit and running into a loss? Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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Price-Output Determination under Oligopoly | Price Leadership |
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination under Oligopoly | Price Leadership; Introduction-00:00:00-00:00:15 Oligopoly- 00:00:16- 00:04:03 *Types of agreements in oligopoly - Formal - Informal *What is a cartel? *What is collusion? Price Leadership Model 00:04:04- 00:07:21 *When does the necessity of price leadership arise? *What is tacit collusion? *What is price leadership? *What are the major assumptions of this model? Price-Output Determination under Price Leadership Model- 00:07:22- 00:25:59 i) Price leadership by low-cost firm *The major assumptions of the model *Graphical representation of firm’s costs under the model *How to determine profit- maximizing price and output for the low-cost firm under the model? *How to determine profit-maximizing price and output for rival firms under the model? *An alternative profit maximizing price for the low cost firm ii) Price Leadership by a Dominant Firm *The major assumptions under the model *What are the options available to the dominant firm and the small size firms with respect to profit maximizing output and price? *Graphical representation of profit maximizing price and output determination under the model for dominant and small size firms *How is the price determined by the dominant firm? *How do small size firms operate under this model? iii) The Barometric Price Leadership *The major assumptions under the model *How do the firms operate under the model? *The conditions under which this model arises *How are price and output determined under the model? Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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Introduction l Human Resource Management
 
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Human Resource Management; Management; Introduction l Human Resource Management 1. Introduction to HRM : 00:00:10 - 00:01:05 2. What is Human Resource Management : 00:01:12 - 00:01:26 3. What do Human Resource Professionals do? : 00:01:28 - 00:03:41 4. Why is HR department Important? : 00:03:44 - 00:08:42 5. Human Resource Manager's Duties : 00:08:44 - 00:12:42 (Line Management Vs Staff Management) 6. Human Resource Management Specialities : 00:12:44 - 00:16:05 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://youtu.be/WpX3SbqyhmM) for more videos on Human Resource Management; All Rights Reserved
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SAP FICO | Accounts Receivable | Cash Management | Tax Accounting Cost Controlling
 
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SAP FICO MODULE: SAP FICO/ Accounts Receivable | Cash Management | Tax Accounting Cost Controlling: Concept of the Account receivable, Process of the Account receivable with diagram, Example of the account receivable process, What are Open item and cleared item, What are cash management, Cash management record, Value added tax, Controlling organization structure, Controlling master data, Commitment items, Activity types, Cost Allocation process, Cost Allocation method, Planning in Cost centre, Planning in Fund centre, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Long Vowels in Arabic | A | Wa | Ya | Short versus Long Vowels
 
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ARABIC LANGUAGE: Foreign Languages: Long Vowels in Arabic | Arabic Language Hello Everyone, Marhaban and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos. The long vowels by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. In this lesson I will show you the long vowels and their sound. Lets get started. First lets remember the short vowel, so what are they and what is the sound of each one? We have in Arabic Fathah, Dammah, Kasrah and Sukoon. The sound of Fathah is A, the sound of Dammah is Uu, the sound of Kasrah is E and Sukoon has no sound, with an example, Ja with Fathah is Ja, Ja with Dammah is Ju, Ja with Kasrah is Jee and Ja with sukoon is Ij. Now what are the long vowels? If a main vowel or the short vowel lasts for one beat, then its long vowel equivalent lasts for two beats. In Arabic we have three long vowels and they are A, Wa and Ya and they are not symbols they are letters. Let's know more about each one. The long vowel ‘A’ To create a long vowel form of a Fat’hah you attach an A to the letter. Example: Ra with Fathah is Ra and it has a short sound, while if you add A to the letter Ra, it sound will be longer and it becomes Raa. Now you have to pay attention for the last sound of A, as we cannot write two A next to each other, so the long sound A, written as Aa, written as a normal A with a wavy line on the top of it. This is the long sound of A and it is Aa. The long Vowel Wa: To create a long vowel form of a Dammah, you attach Wa to the letter. Example: Ra with Dammah is Ro, short sound. To make it longer add Wa and it becomes Roo. The long vowel Ya: To create a long vowel form of a Kasrah, you attach Ya to the letter. Example: Ra with Kasrah is Re. To make it longer add Ya. It becomes Ree. Summary - As a conclusion the long vowels in Arabic are letters and they are A, Waw and Yaa’. The sound of A is the long sound Aa. The sound of Waw, Oo and the sound of Yaa’ is Ee. Once you add it to a letter. Short versus Long Vowels – Let’s compare the sound of the letters with short and long vowels. Well, A with Fat’hah is A, while Aa if you add A to Hamzah, it becomes Aa, long one. A with Dammah is Oo short sound. If you add Wa next to Hamzah it becomes Oo. A with Kasrah is E short sound. To make it longer, add Ya next to the A and it becomes, Ee. So here we have Wa and Waa. Wo, Woo, We, Wee, Da, Daa, Do, Doo, De, Dee, and this column Dha, Dhaa, Dhu, Dhuu, Dhe Dhee, Ra, Raa, Ro, Roo, Ri, Ree, Za, Zaa, Zo, Zoo, Ze and Zee. Now test yourself. Read out the following long sounds and once you are ready listen to my pronunciation. The letters are Oo, Waa, Doo, Dhee, Raa, Zoo, Ee, Wu, Dee, Dhaa, Ree, Zee, Aa, Wee, Daa, Dhoo, Roo and Zah. Thats all about the long vowels. And, Thank You so much for you watching. Shukran Jazeeran Li Mutaba, Wa ilal liqaaq. Revision of the short vowels, what are the Long vowels, The three long vowels, Description about long vowel "A", How to create long vowel form of a Fatha, Description about long vowel "WA", How to create long vowel form of a Dammah, Description about long vowel "YA", How to create long vowel form of a Kasrah, Summary of the Long vowels, Short versus long vowels Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on the Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved.
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Price-Output Determination in a Cartel | Collusion Model |
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination in a Cartel | Collusion Model; Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:20 The Cartel- 00:00:21- 00:05:00 *What are the assumptions of the collusion model? *What is a cartel? *How the firms develop collusion? *How does a cartel operate? Price-Output Determination in a Cartel- 00:05:01- 00:16:56 *Graphical representation of price-output decision-making *How do individual firms in a cartel determine profit- maximizing price and output? *How to calculate the profit of each firm? *Why do the firms stick to the rules in a cartel? *The major assumptions of an oligopoly Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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2.  हिन्दी Language : Alphabets | Vowels in Hindi | Basic Hindi Consonants | Barahkhari
 
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Hindi Language: Languages; Vowels in Hindi Barahkhari Basic consonants in Hindi क् =k ख् =kh ग् =g घ् =gh च् =ch छ् =chh ज् =j झ् =jh ट् =t ठ् =th ड् =d ढ् =dh ण =n त् =t थ् =th द् =d ध् =dh न् =n प् =p फ् =ph ब् =b भ् =bh म् =m य् =y र् =r ल् =l व् =w/v श् =sh ष् =sh स् =s ह् =h क्ष् =ksh ज्ञ् =gy Barahkhari- अ = a आ = a इ = i ई = ee उ = u ऊ = oo ए = e ऐ = ai ओ = o औ = au अं = am अः = ah Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App: https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://goo.gl/Vh27wT for more videos on Hindi; All Rights Reserved.
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Principles and Practice of Management- Introduction | Organization | Management Mod 1 Part 1
 
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PPM (Principles and Practices of Management): Management: Principles and Practices of Management | Organization | Management: PPM (Principles and Practices of Management): Management: Principles and Practices of Management | Organization | Management: Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education. Click All Rights Reserved.
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SAP SD | Introduction to SD module in SAP | Sales & Distribution | SAP ERP
 
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SAP ERP- Sales & Distribution: Introduction to SD module in SAP | Sales & Distribution | SAP ERP, Interface of Sales and Distribution Module, Understanding the menus of the Sales and Distribution Module, Working of all the menus, Components of Sales and Distribution Module, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPHjbd-dsViJ1Kg8L7AKZdDT for more videos on SAP ERP- Sales & Distribution; All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Arabic Conversation | Asking and Responding | Countries name | Nationalities
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages: Arabic Conversation | Asking and Responding | Countries name | Nationalities Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Learn Arabic Free videos. Let's speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. In this lesson we are going to learn, how to ask, where are you from? How to answer this question and we will learn names of some countries and the nationalities. Lets get started. Falnabda. To ask where are you from? In Arabic, we have two versions one is masculine and the other is feminine. The masculine one is Min Ayna Anta? It is formed of 3 words:- 1) Min, which means, from 2) Ayna, where 3) Anta, you in masculine. So if you notice there is Fathah, on the top of Ta. Anta and Anta means you for masculine. Where are you from for feminine it is Min Ayna Anti? Its almost the same except for the Kasrah, underneath Ta of Anta of Anti. So Anta by adding Fathah on top of Ta means you masculine. Anti, by adding Kasrah, underneath Ta, it is you feminine. Min Ayna Anta or Min Ayna Anti. To answer this question you can say, Ana Min... Ana means I. Min from, then you will say the country. Ana Min. or you can use this way Ana, then you will say the nationality Ana, then the nationality. Now its the, time to learn some of the country names and the nationalities in Arabic. Well, The good thing about the names of countries that they are very similar to English ones and the nationalities are derivatives of the country name. Lets see, If you want to say Saudi Arabia it is Assa’udi’a, A-SU-‘O-Di-YA, Assaudi’a, and the nationality is Sa’udi, Su-‘O-Di, Sa’udi. Kuwait is Alkuwait, Al-Ku-Wait, and the nationality Kuwaiti, Ku-Wai-Ti, Kuwaiti. Iraq is Aliraq, Al-‘E-Raq, Al Iraq. The nationality Iraqi, E-Raqi. Jordan, Alurdun, Al-Ur-Dun Alurdun and the nationality Urduni, Ur-Du-ni, Urduni. Emirate is Alemaraat. Al-E-Ma-Raat. The nationality Emaraati, E-Ma-Raa-Ti, Emaraati. Oman is almost the same O’man, O’-man, and O’maani, O’-Maa-Ni. Egypt, Misr, Misr and Misty, Misry. Yemen is almost the same, Yaman. The nationality is Yamani, Ya-Ma-Ni. Syria is Surya, Su-Ri-Ya, Surya and the nationality is Suri. Lebanon is Lubnan, lub-Naan and the nationality is Lub-naa-ni, Lubnaani. We have another list for country names and the nationalities:- Palestine is Fa-les-tine, Falestine, and the nationality Falesteeni, Falesteeni. Sudan is Assudaan, As-Su-Daan, Assudaan and Sudaani, Su-Daa-Ni, Sudaani. Algeria is al Jazair, Al-Jaza-Ir and Jazairi, Ja-Za-Iri. Morocco Almaghrib, Al-Magh-Rib, Almaghrib and Maghribi, Magh-Ri-Bi. Tunisia is Toonus, Too-Nus and Toonusi, Too-Nu-Si. Somalia is Assoomal, As-Soo-Maal and the nationality Soo-maali, Soomaali. Turkey, Turkeya, Tur-Ke-Ya and Turki, Tur-Ki. India is Alhind, Al-Hind and the nationality is Hindi. Pakistan is Bakistan, the nationality Bakistani. Malaysia is Malizia, Ma-lizia and the nationality Malizi. We have another list for different countries and different nationalities: i) China is Asseen, As-Seen, Asseen, the nationality Seeni. II) Japan Alyabaan, Alya-Baan the nationality Ya-Baa-Ni, Yabaani. iii) France is Faransa, Fa-Ran-Sa and the nationality Faransi. iv) Britain is Baritaaniya, Ba-Ri-Ta-Ni-Ya, Baritaaniya and Baritaani, Ba-Ri-Taa-Ni, Baritaani. v) Scotland is Scotlanda, Scot-Land-Da, Scotlanda and the nationality Scotlandi, Scot-Lan-Di, Scotlandi. vi) Ireland is Arlanda, Ar-Lan-Da, Arlanda and the nationality Arlandi, Ar-Landi. vii) America is Amreeka and the nationality Amreeki. Amreeka for the country. Amreeki for the nationality. Amreeka and Amreeki. viii) Canada is Canada the nationality is Canadi. ix) Australia is Australia, Aus-Tra-Lia the nationality is Australi, Aus-Tra-Li. These are just a few examples for some of the country names along with their nationalities. So thats all for this lesson. Now you are able to make a conversation using greetings, ask how are you. What your name? And where are you from? And you can answer these questions as well. Thank you for watching. Shukran Jazeelan Lil Mutaba’a, Wa maassalama. 1) How to ask where are you from? 2) How to respond it? 3) Names of some countries and the nationalities Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH to watch more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved.
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Keynesian Theory of National Income Determination | Two- Sector Model |
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Keynesian Theory of National Income Determination | Two- Sector Model; Introduction 00:00:00- 00:00:44 Keynesian Theory of Income Determination 00:00:45- 00:01:30 *The four sectors in the economy - Household - Firm - Government - Foreign sector *What are the three models to determine national income as per Keynes? Two- Sector Income Determination Model 00:01:31- 00:27:35 *What are the important assumptions of the two- sector model? *What are the two factors influencing the national income? *What is an equilibrium level? *What is aggregate supply? *What are the elements of aggregate supply? *How to calculate aggregate supply? *What does an aggregate supply curve represent? *How to derive an aggregate supply curve from an aggregate supply schedule? *The major characteristics of the aggregate supply curve *What is aggregate income? *How to calculate aggregate income? *What is aggregate demand? *The two components of aggregate demand *How to calculate aggregate demand? *How to draw an aggregate demand curve from an aggregate demand schedule? *Graphic representation of aggregate demand and aggregate supply curve *How is the equilibrium level reached with aggregate supply and aggregate demand curves? *How is the national income determined with the Keynesian model? *Why not an equilibrium at any other point? *Reasons behind not recognizing equilibrium level at any other point Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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33. हिन्दी Language: Greetings in Hindi | Different Ways of Greetings | हिंदी में अभिवादन
 
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Hindi Language: Greetings in Hindi अभिवादन के प्रकार हिंदी में - when you meet someone - while you part - wishing someone on an occasion Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App: https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://goo.gl/Vh27wT for more videos on Hindi; All Rights Reserved.
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Cournot Model | Price-Output Determination under Oligopoly
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Cournot Model | Price-Output Determination under Oligopoly; Introduction- 00:00:00-00:01:00 The Cournot Model- 00:01:01-00:02:43 *Augustin Cournot and the Cournot model *What are the major assumptions of this model? Price-Output Determination under Cournot Model- 00:02:44-00:22:35 *How are the profit maximizing price and output of one firm determined? *How are the profit maximizing price and output of the second firm determined? *How do the firms operate and determine their profit maximizing price and output in a duopoly as per the Cournot model in the long run? *How does the Cournot model operate in markets where there are more than two sellers? *How price and output are determined as per the Cournot model under Oligopolies? *What are the unique features of the Cournot model? Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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Neo Classical Theory | Behavioral Management Theory | PPM | Mod-2 (Part-4)
 
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PPM (Principles and Practices of Management): Neo Classical Theory - Behavioral Management Theory, Human relation Movement, Hawthorne Studies and its Implications Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education. Click All Rights Reserved. Category Education License Standard YouTube License
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Arabic Language | Arabic Numbers | Numbers in Arabic | Cardinal Numbers | Ordinal Numbers
 
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Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Let's speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Today we are going to learn about numbers. This topic is important for beginners, you can use numbers when you are talking about the temperature, the age, date of birth and when you ask about price. So here we will learn about cardinal & ordinal numbers. 0 - Sifr, Sif-R 1 – Waahidun, Waa-Hi-Dun 2 – Isnaan, Is-Naan 3 – Thalaathatun, Tha-Laa-Tha-Tun 4 – Arba’atun, Ar-Ba-A’a-Tun 5 – Khamsatun, Kham-Sa-Tun 6 – Sittatun, Sit-Ta-Tun 7 – Saba’tun, Sab-A’a-Tun 8 – Thamaaniyatun, Tha-Maa-Ni-Ya-Tun 9 - Tisa’atun, Tis-A’a-Tun 10 - A’sharatun, A’a-Sha-Ra-Tun Now let's find out how to say the numbers from 11 to 19. 11- Ahada A’shar, A-Ha-Da A’a-Shar So if you have noticed that A’shar is a derivative form of the number A’sharatun. 11 is Ahada A’shar 12- Isnaa A’shar, Is-Naa A’shar 13– Thalaathata A’shar, Tha-Laa-Thata A’shar 14– Arba’ata A’shar, Arba’ata A’shar 15– Khamsata A’shar, Khamsata A’shar 16- Sittata A’shar, Sittata A’shar 17- Saba’ta A’shar, Saba’ta A’shar 18- Thamaaniyata A’shar, Thamaaniyata A’shar 19- Tisa’ata A’shar, Tisa’ata A’shar Now, how to say numbers from 20-90 20- I’shroon, I’s-Roo-N, I’shroon 30- Thalaathoon, Tha-Laa-Thoon 40– Arba’oon, Ar-Ba-O’o-N 50– Khamsoon, Kham-Soon 60– Sittoon, Sit-Toon 70– Sab’oon, Sab-O’on 80– Samaanoon, Sa-Maa-Noo-N 90- Tis’oon, Tis-O’on Now, let's see, how to say the numbers from 21- 29 So any 21 number 1 is Waahidun. 20 is I’shroon. Add in-between Wa, which means “and”. 21 - Waahidun Wa I’shroon 22 the same thing. 2 is Isnaan. 20 is I’shroon. Add Wa in between, so 22 - Isnaan Wa I’shroon 23 – Thalaathatun Wa I’shroon 24 – Arba’atun Wa I’shroon 25 - Khamsatun Wa I’shroon 26 - Sittatun Wa I’shroon 27 - Saba’tun Wa I’shroon 28 - Thamaaniyatun Wa I’shroon 29 - Tisa’atun Wa I’shroon Here we have some examples how to say the following numbers. 33- So 3 is Thalaatha, 33 is Thalaathatun Wa Thalaathoon. 56– Sittatun Wa Khamsoon. 78 – Thamaaniyatun Wa Sab’oon. 99 - Tisa’atun Wa Tis’oon. Lets carry on with more numbers: 100 is Mia’h, Mi-A’h 200 – Miataan, Mi-A Taan 300 – Thalaathu Mia’h, Thalaathu Mia’h. 400 – Arbao’o Mia’h, Arbao’o Mia’h 500 - Khamsu Mia’h, Kham-Su Mia’h 600 – Sittu Mia’h, Sittu Mia’h 700 – Sabo’o Mia’h, Sabo’o Mia’h. 800 – Thamaanu Mia’h, Thamaanu Mia’h. 900 Tiso’o Mia’h, Now we have some examples, how to read the numbers. Actually, we have 2 ways to read the numbers in Arabic. 1) You can read it from the left side 2) You can read from the right side. And I have to choose the second way which is reasonable from the right side because it is the easier. So here we have 209. If we read it from the right side, it is in Arabic, Tisa’atun Wa Miataan, Tisa’atun Wa Miataan. More examples. 513, reading from the right side is Thalaathata A’shar Wa Khamsu Mia’h. 673 is Thalaathatun Wa Sabo’on Wa Sittu Mia’h So we are reading from the right side. Now how to say one thousand: 1000 - Alf. Alf. Al-F, Alf. 2000 – Alfaan, Al-Faan Here, before we carry on, I have something to say it. In English we have singular and plural, while in Arabic we have singular, dual & plural. So to change anything from singular to the word two things, we have to add AAN, Aa and Na, at the end of the singular word. So here Alf is 1000, if you add Aan at the end of Alf, it becomes Alfaan which means 2000, and it is in the dual form. Let's continue. 3000 is Thalaathatu Aalaaf, Thalaathatu its from number 3 Aalaaf thousands. 3000 - Thalaathatu Aalaaf 4000 - Arba’atu Aalaaf 5000 - Khamsatu Aalaaf 6000 - Sittatu Aalaaf 7000 - Saba’tu Aalaaf 8000 - Thamaaniyatun Aalaaf 9000 - Tisa’atun Aalaaf. Lets see how to read 2016 starting from the right, it is Sittata A’shar Wa Alfaan. Sittata A’shar - 16 Wa Alfaan - 2000 Wa means “and”. So thats all about the cardinal numbers. Now, lets learn about the ordinal numbers. 1st - Awwal, Aw-Wa-L 2nd – Thaani, Thaa-Ni 3rd – Thaalis, Thaa-Lis 4th – Raabe’a, Raa-Be’a 5th – Khaamis, Khaa-Mis 6th – Saadis, Saa-Dis 7th Saabe’a, Saa-Be’a 8th – Thaamin, Thaa-Min 9th –Taase’a, Taa-Se’a 10th– A’ashir, A’a-Shir 11th– Alhaadi A’shar, Al-Haa-Di A’a-Shar 12h - Atthaani A’shar, At-Thaani A’shar 13th- Atthaalith A’shar, Atthaalith A’shar So if you carry on 14 till 19 it will be 14th- Arraabe’a A’shar 15th- Alkhaamis A’shar 16th- Assaadis A’shar 17th- Assaabe’a A’shar 18th- Atthaamin A’shar 19th- Attaase’a A’shar Li Mutaba’a. Be ready for the next lesson and Ma’ Assalama. Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos.
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SAP SD | Output Determination | Steps for Creating Output Determination
 
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SALES AND DISTRIBUTION MODULE IN SAP-ERP OUTPUT DETERMINATION What are output determination, How output determination can be defined, Use of the output determination, Deciding the scope of the customization, Setting up output determination for sale documents, Steps for the creating output determination, New entries - overview of added entries, Details for the Selected tab, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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Arabic language | Colours in Arabic | Change Colours into Feminine | Colours Name in Arabic
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages Colors | Arabic Language Hello everyone, Marhaban, and thank you for watching Edupedia World videos. Let's speak Arabic by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Today we will talk about the colors and we are going to learn, how to say the colors in Arabic? How to change the colors into feminine? How to use the colors to describe the object? And how to say this is in Arabic? Let's get started. Falnabda. First, let's start with the colors and how to say them an Arabic: White- Abyadh, Ab-Yadh Black- Aswad, As-Wad Yellow- Asfar, Asfar Red- Ahmar, Ah-Mar Blue- Azraq, Az-Raq Green- Akhdhar, Akh-Dhar Brown- Bunnie, Bu-Nie Purple- Banafsaji, Ba-Naf-Sa-Ji Pink- Wardi, War-Di Orange- Burtuqaali, Bur-Tu-Qaa-Li So the masculine colors again are: Abyad Aswad Asfar Ahmar Azraq Akhdhar Bunnie Banafsaji Wardi Burtuqaali Now, lets see how to change colors from masculine to feminine. Actually we have two rules. The first one which is the regular, regular one says that you have to add Ta Marboota at the end of the masculine color to get the feminine one. The other rule which is irregular one, means that the masculine and the feminine forms are different. So lets find more about these two rules. The regular form: The colors that follow the regular form are Bunnie, Banafsaji, Wardi, Burtuqaali. So just you have to add Ta Marboota at the end of each of each color and then you will get the feminine form of the color. And remember that the pronunciation of Ta Marboota at the end of the word looks like HA. So here we have Bunnie, brown which is masculine. Bunniyah brown feminine. Bunnie– Bunniyah Banafsaji- purple masculine Banafsajiyah- purple feminine Banafsaji– Banafsajiyah Wardi-pink masculine Wardiyah- pink feminine Wardi – Wardiyah Burtuqaali- orange masculine Burtuqaaliyah- orange feminine Burtuqaali– Burtuqaaliyah So just see the difference: Bunnie – Bunniyah Banafsaji – Banafsajiyah Burtuqaali & Burtuqaaliyah Now, let’s see the irregular form. Abyadh- White Masculine Baidhaa- White feminine Abyadh– Baidhaa Aswad- Black masculine Sowdaa- Black Feminine Aswad - Sowdaa Asfar- Yellow Masculine Safraa- Yellow Feminine Asfar–Safraa Ahmar- Red Masculine Hamraa- Red feminine Ahmar– Hamraa Azraq- Blue masculine Zarqaa- Blue Feminine Azraq– Zarqaa Akhdhar- Green Masculine Khadhraa- Green Feminine Akhdar– Khadhraa So lets see: Abyadh – Baidhaa Aswad - Sowdaa Asfar – Safraa Ahmar – Hamraa Azraq – Zarqaa Akhdar – Khadhraa So these colors follow the irregular form. Now, how to use the colors in order to describe objects. Let's remember that every color must agree in gender with the noun it describes. So if the noun is masculine the color should be masculine and if the noun is feminine the color should be feminine. And one more thing to remember, that the color or any adjective should come after the noun in Arabic. Let's practice with some examples. Here we have the word Qalam. Qalam means pencil and it is a masculine word. So, it doesn't end with Ta Marboota, so it is a masculine word. Let's describe the following pencils using the masculine form of the colors. Starting from the right side, we have here Qalam Aswad Qalam Bunnie Qalam Banafsaji Qalam Wardi Qalam Ahmar Qalam Burtaqaali Qalam Asfar Qalam Akhdhar Qalam Azraq Well, before we carry on, I will show you the difference between the following statements. We have red pencil. The translation for red pencil in Arabic is Qalam Ahmar. A red pencil - Qalam Ahmar. The red pencil - Al Qalam Al Ahmar. By adding AL to the noun and to the adjectives as well. The red pencil - Al Qalam Al Ahmar. The pencil is red - Al Qalam Ahmar. Just by adding AL to the noun. Al Qalam Ahmar. So this is the difference between red pencil, a red pencil, the red pencil or the pencil is red. So they are again Qalam Ahmar, still Qalam Ahmar, Al Qalam Al Ahmar, Al Qalam Ahmar. Now let's describe a feminine object which is Farashah. -Farashah is a feminine word, ends with Ta Marboota, and now we are going to use the colors to describe Farashah. Farashah Banafshajiyah Farashah Hamrah Farashah Bunniyah Farashah Wardiyah Farashah Khadraa Farashah Zarqaa Farashah Burtuqaaliyah Farashah Safraa. Again, so here we have used the feminine form of the colors to describe Farashah, which is a feminine word. Red butterfly is Farashah Hamraa. A red butterfly still Farashah Hamraa. The red butterfly, Al Farashah Al Hamraa. You have to add AL to the noun and the adjective. The butterfly is Red, Al Farashah Hamraa. Just you need to add AL to the noun. Now how to say “this is” in Arabic. So, it is, either Haadha or Haadihi. So, “this is” either Haadha or Haadihi. Haadha- masculine words Haadihi- feminine words. Haadha Qalam Ahmar- This is a red pencil. This is a red butterfly. Because butterfly means Farashah, which is a feminine word, so we are going to use Haadihi. Haadihi Farashah Hamraa, which is, this is a red butterfly. Shukran Li Mutaba’a and Ma’ Assalama.
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