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## Test on Mishneh Berurah #7

Note: M.B. = Mishneh Berurah A.H. = Aruch Hashulchan

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## Test on Mishneh Berurah #7

Note: M.B. = Mishneh Berurah A.H. = Aruch Hashulchan

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Question
384
According to Rabbi Moshe Feinstein ZTZ"L, can you create a minyon with 9 religious Jews and one Jew
who does not keep Shabbos in public (mechalel Shabbos b'farhesia)?
385
According to The Chazan Ish, can you create a minyon with 9 religious Jews and one Jew who does not keep
Shabbos in public (mechalel Shabbos b'farhesia) if this 10th Jew was not brought up with religion and knows
386
A minyon is 10 people in one room. Does everyone agree that this holds true, even if the 10 people in the same
room cannot see each other (perhaps some people are in corners, or around the sides)?
387
A room is used on Shabbos for a minyon, with a sheet on a string as the divider between the men and women.
During the week, 5 men are davening on one side of the sheet and 5 on the other side, and neither group can
see the other. Is this considered a minyon according to all opinions?
388
According to the M.B. if 9 men are in the men's section of the shul, and one man is in the women's section,
which is separated from the men's section by a glass wall, is this considered a minyon?
389
In a shul there are 10 men in the men's section, and the 11th man is in the women's section, which is separated
by a solid wall, According to the M.B. when they daven shemoneh esrei, is this 11th man considered to be
davening b'tzibur?
390
According to the A.H. if 9 men are in the men's section of the shul, and one man is in the women's section,
which is separated from the men's section by a glass wall, is this considered a minyon?
391
In a shul there are 10 men in the men's section, and the 11th man is in the women's section, which is separated
by a solid wall, According to the A.H. when they daven shemoneh esrei, is this 11th man considered to be
davening b'tzibur?
392
When saying Kaddish, why do some people say:
ש ד ַּקַּתְ יִוְ לד ַּג ַּתְ יִ
ש ד ֵּקַּתְ יִוְ לד ֵּג ַּתְ יִ
393
What do the M.B. and the A.H. hold is the correct pronunciation of לדגתי?
לד ַּג ַּתְ יִ(with a pasach) or לד ֵּג ַּתְ יִ(with a tzeirei)?
394
395
According to the Shulchan Aruch, when saying Amein yeha shemay raba
...
( םלַּעָלְ
ךרַּבָמְ ְ אב ָרַּ ה מֵּש ְ אהֵּיְ :ןמֵּאָ
אי ָמַּלְ עָ
ימֵּלְ עָלְו ) should the word yisbarach ( ךרַּב ְ ָתְ יִ) be said as well?
396
According to the M.B., when saying Amein yeha shemay raba
...
( ימֵּלְ עָלְו םלַּעָלְ
ךרַּבָמְ ְ אב ָרַּ ה מֵּש ְ אהֵּיְ :ןמֵּאָ
אי ָמַּלְ עָ) should the word yisbarach ( ךרַּב ְ ָתְ יִ) be said as well?
397
According to the A.H. and the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, when saying Amein yeha shemay raba
...
( אהֵּיְ :ןמֵּאָ
אי ָמַּלְ עָ ימֵּלְ עָלְו םלַּעָלְ ךרַּבָמְ ְ אב ָרַּ ה מֵּש ְ : ) should the word yisbarach ( ךרַּב ְ ָתְ יִ) be said as well?
398
If a person enters a shul and he hears the tzibur saying Amein yeha shemay raba
...
(
ךרַּבָמְ ְ אב ָרַּ ה מֵּש ְ אהֵּיְ :ןמֵּאָ
אי ָמַּלְ עָ ימֵּלְ עָלְו םלַּעָלְ: ), but he did not hear the chazan say Kaddish, should he also say this along with the
tzibur?
399
If a person enters a shul as the tzibur is completing yeha shemay raba
...
( ימֵּלְ עָלְו םלַּעָלְ
ךרַּבָמְ ְ אב ָרַּ ה מֵּש ְ אהֵּיְ
אי ָמַּלְ עָ), but he did not hear not hear anyone say "Amein," should he say anything, and if so, what should he
say?
400
If a person arrives at shul for maariv a few moments late and only hears the chazan repeating "Baruch Hashem
Mevorach Leolam Vaed" what should he say?
401
If the chazan says "barchu" so quietly that only Reuven the Gabbai can hear him, should Reuven answer
"Baruch Hashem Mevorach
"
loudly so that everyone else can answer, or should he do something else?
402
If the Oleh l'Torah (the one getting an Aliyah) says "barchu" so quietly that only Reuven the Gabbai can hear
him, should Reuven answer "Baruch Hashem Mevorach
"
loudly so that everyone else can answer, or should
Reuven do something else?

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