REVIEW QUESTIONS ON MISHNAYOS

Prepared by Rabbi Eliezer Chrysler
of Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Yerushalayim
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Mishnah 1

1)
(a) Among the things that have no Shi'ur, our Mishnah lists Pe'ah. How do we reconcile this with the Mishnah later, which gives the Shi'ur of Pe'ah as at least one sixtieth?
(b) Besides Pe'ah, which other three items does the Tana include in the list?
(c) If the Mitzvah of 'Ra'ayon' comprises appearing on Yom-Tov in the Beis-Hamikdash, what are two possible explanations of the Halachah that 'Ra'ayon has no Shi'ur'?
(d) Here too, the Rabbanan gave a Shi'ur. If the Shi'ur for the Olas Re'iyah is a silver Ma'ah, what is the Shi'ur for the Shalmei Chagigah?
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2)
(a) Why must Gemilus-Chasadim refer to performing a personal kindness with someone who needs it? What Shi'ur do the Rabbanan prescribe for a Gemilus Chesed performed with one's money (see Chidushei Maharich)?
(b) What is one therefore advised to do?
(c) From where do we know that Talmud-Torah has no Shi'ur?
(d) What does the Tana say about ...
1. ... Kibud Av va'Em, Gemilus Chasadim and Hava'as Shalom Bein Adam la'Chavero? What do they all have in common?
2. ... Talmud-Torah?
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Mishnah 2

3)
(a) What does the Tana mean when he says (in connection with Pe'ah) ...
1. ... 'ha'Kol Le'fi Rov ha'Sadeh'?
2. ... 'ha'Kol Le'fi Rov ha'Aniyim'?
(b) The third thing listed by the Mishnah is 'Anavah'. What does he mean, assuming the text to be ...
1. ... 'Anavah' with a 'Vav'?
2. ... 'Aniyah' (like the Rambam's version)?
3. ... 'Anavah' with a 'Veis'?
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Mishnah 3

4)
(a) Ideally speaking, from where should one leave Pe'ah?
(b) What do we learn from the Pasuk in Kedoshim "Lo Sechaleh Pe'as Sadcha Li'Ketzor" (regarding the location of the Pe'ah)?
(c) Why then, does Rebbi Shimon obligate someone who leaves Pe'ah at the beginning of the field or in the middle, to leave Pe'ah at the end?
(d) According to the Rambam, the Shi'ur that he leaves at the end of his field does not include what he left already (see Tosfos Yom-Tov). What can we extrapolate from the Yerushalmi?
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5)
(a) Rebbi Yehudah disagrees. According to him, it will suffice to subsequently leave even one stalk at the end of his field. What does he say in a case where the owner simply left the full Shi'ur Pe'ah in the middle of his field?
(b) What is the difference whether what he leaves is Hefker or Pe'ah?
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Mishnah 4

6)
(a) What does the Tana learn from the expression "u've'Kutzrechem (es Ketzir Artzechem)" that the Torah uses in connection with Pe'ah? What does it come to preclude?
(b) And what does the Tana learn from ...
1. ... "le'Ani ve'la'Ger Ta'azov Osam"?
2. ... "Ketzir Artzechem"?
(c) And what does he come to preclude when he adds 'Lekitaso ke'Achas' to the list?
(d) What is the last specification on the Tana's list of requirements for the Chiyuv Pe'ah?
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7)
(a) What does the Tana say about Tevu'ah ve'Kitnis (crops and legumes)?
(b) What does he incorporate in the term ...
1. ... 'Tevu'ah'?
2. ... 'Kitnis'?
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Mishnah 5

8)
(a) What does the Tana say about the following trees: Og, nut, carob, almond and vine? What do they all have in common?
(b) What sort of tree is an 'Og'?
(c) Which other three trees does the list include?
(d) Is this list exclusive?
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Mishnah 6

9)
(a) If someone picked the entire crop and forgot to leave Pe'ah, what is he obligated to do?
(b) The Tana discusses the Din of Ma'aser from these crops (in the current case). At which stage does one become Chayav to separate Ma'aser?
(c) That being the case, when is one ...
1. ... permitted to give Pe'ah without separating Ma'asros?
2. ... obligated to separate Ma'aser before giving Pe'ah?
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10)
(a) What does the Tana learn from the Pasuk in Re'eh (in connection with Ma'aser) "UV's ha'Levi Ki Ein Lo Chelek ve'Nachalah Imach"?
(b) Up to which stage may one feed one's animals without separating Ma'aser?
(c) Seeing as even the owner is permitted to eat from the fruit before Miru'ach, why does the Tana see fit to mention the Heter of feeding one's animals?
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11)
(a) What do we learn from the Pasuk in Re'eh "Aser Te'aser ... Ve'achalta" (with regard to re-sowing one's crops)?
(b) What additional leniency does Rebbi Akiva learn from there?
(c) Like whom is the Halachah?
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12)
(a) The Mishnah permits a Kohen and a Levi who purchase produce before the Miru'ach to retain the Ma'asros for themselves. What would be the Din if they were to purchase it after the Miru'ach? Why is that?
(b) Then why is the Tana lenient in the first case?
(c) Finally, the Mishnah obligates someone who declares his field Hekdesh and then redeems it, to separate Ma'asros. In which case would he be Patur? Why is that?
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