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1)

What are the connotations of "asher Nasasi Es Yadi?

1.

Rashi: Hashem raised He informed Moshe that He would bring Yisrael to the land that He raised His Hand to swear by His Throne, to give to the Avos, to give them as an inheritance.

2)

Why did Hashem use the word Morashah rather than Yerushah?

1.

Ba'al ha'Turim: This is a hint that the current generation will not inherit the land, but will pass it on to their children. 1


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Se Ba'al ha'Turim.

3)

Why does the Torah write "be'Kumtzo" here and "Melo Kumtzo" above (2:2)?

1.

Rashi: Refer to 2:2:3:1*.

4)

Seeing as we already know that a Minchah requires oil (See 2:1), why does the Torah insert the word "umi'Shamnah"?

1.

Rashi: To teach to take the Kemitzah from part of the Minchah which contains a lot of oil.

5)

Why does the Torah write "mi'Soles ha'Minchah", and not simply "mi'Soltah"?

1.

Rashi: To teach that the Minchah from which they take the Kometz may not be mixed with another Minchah.

6)

What is the Torah saying here about the Levonah?

1.

Rashi: The Torah is teaching 1 that, after the Kemitzah, they must collect all the Levonah from it and burn it.


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By juxtaposing the word "v'Hiktir" next to "v'Es Kol ha'Levonah asher Al ha'Minchah".

7)

Having taught this Pasuk above (2:2), why does it repeat it here?

1.

Rashi: Since the Pasuk there only refers to the Minchas So'les, the Torah here is coming to incorporate all the other Menachos.

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