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1)

Why does the Pasuk add the words "Kol Yemei Hisgir oso"?

1.

Rashi: To preclude the days that the owner is changing the stones and the mortar prior to the Hesger 1 from the law of Tum'ah.


1

But not after the Kohen has declared it Tamei Muchlat, which is included in the law of Tum'ah - since the Torah writes "Kol Yemei" (Rashi).

2)

Why does the Torah discuss one who enters the house, and not one who is in the house?

1.

Shevu'os 17b: If he enters abnormally (e.g. backwards), he is not Tamei until he is totally in the house. 1


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Aderes Eliyahu: [If he enters normally,], once his head and majority enter, he is Tamei.

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