Wow the I is so useless
Could it not be also: count from
I think the difference is the أ at the start of the word. I overlooked it. أعد means I count, and عد is (you) count - like telling or commanding someone.
أَعُدُّ مِنْ ه (خمسةٍ)
"2a3uddu min khamsatin ..."
The audio says "min khamsatu", it is incorrect. Ya Allaah, I think it happens every where!
Is the case ending in audio correct? 'From 5' becomes 'min hamza-tu'?
5 is 'khamsa', ending in ta-marbuta (-a) which becomes -at when followed by a vowel
How can this ever be right if there is no colon available to separate the 7: 5 part of the answer
MechamRachel, I don't write the colon ":" but I just give a space. And, they accept my answer :))