REVIEW QUESTIONS ON GEMARA AND RASHI
prepared by Rabbi Eliezer Chrysler
Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Jerusalem
Previous daf Gitin 84
GITIN 83-85 - Dedicated by an admirer of the work of the Dafyomi Advancement
Forum, l'Iluy Nishmas Mrs. Gisela Turkel, Golda bas Reb Chaim Yitzchak Ozer,
(a) The Beraisa says 'Harei Zeh Gitech al-M'nas she'Tinas'i li'P'loni, Harei
Zeh Lo Tinasei'.
Why is she not permitted to marry P'loni?
(b) According to Rav Nachman's initial explanation, when the Tana concludes
've'Im Niseis, Lo Teitzei', he means that if she married someone else, she
may remain with him. On what grounds do we object to this explanation?
(c) What is Rav Nachman's second explanation of 've'Im Niseis, Lo Teitzei'?
(d) On what grounds does Rava object to Rav Nachman's explanation of the
Reisha of the Beraisa (that 'Harei Zu Lo Tinasei' means that she may not
marry specifically P'loni')?
(a) According to Rav Yehudah, if someone declares a Neder that he will not
sleep today should he sleep tomorrow, he is forbidden to sleep today.
So how does Rava finally explain ...
(b) What does Rav Nachman say?
(c) How does Rava suggest that Rav Nachman might establish our case in the
same way as he does there?
(d) Why does he immediately refute this suggestion?
- ... the Reisha of the Beraisa 'Harei Zeh Gitech al-M'nas she'Tinas'i li'P'loni, Harei Zeh Lo Tinasei'?
- ... the Seifa 've'Im Niseis, Lo Teitzei'?
(a) According to the Tana Kama of the Beraisa, if a man gives his wife a Get
on condition that she flies to heaven, travels to the depths of the earth,
or performs any other such impossible task, the Get is invalid.
Rebbi Yehudah ben Teimah say?
(b) Rav Nachman Amar Rav rules like Rebbi Yehudah ben Teimah.
How does Rav
Nachman bar Yitzchak supports this ruling from a S'tam Mishnah in Bava
Metzi'a 'Kol she'Efshar Lo Lekaymo be'Sofo ve'Hisnah Alav mi'Techilaso,
(c) Abaye maintains that the same will apply in the case of a man who gives
his wife a Get on condition that she eats Chazir.
What does Rava say?
(d) According to Abaye, 'K'lal Amar Rebbi Yehudah ben Teimah ... ' comes to
include 'al-M'nas she'Tochli Basar Chazir'.
What does Rava extrapolate
from Rebbi Yehudah ben Teimah's statement 'ka'Zeh Get'?
(a) What does the Tana of the Beraisa say in the case of 'Harei Zeh Gitech
Answers to questions
(b) What would be the Din if he had said 'al-M'nas she'Lo Tiba'ali li'P'loni'?
- ... al-M'nas she'Tiba'ali li'P'loni'?
- ... al-M'nas she'Lo Tiba'ali le'Aba u'le'Avicha'?
(c) Why is the fact that the Tana omits the case of 'al-M'nas she'Tiba'ali
le'Aba u'le'Avicha' no proof that Abaye is right and Rava wrong? Why will
even Rava agree in this case that such a T'nai is Bateil?
(d) What does ...
- ... 'K'lal Amar ... ' now come to include, according to Rava?
- ... 'ka'Zeh Get' comes to preclude, according to Abaye?
(a) How does Abaye reconcile his opinion (that by 'al-M'nas she'Tochli Basar
Chazir' the T'nai is Batel, and the Get valid) with the Beraisa, which
specifically states 'Niskaymah ha'T'nai Harei Zeh Get ... '?
(b) Which other two cases of T'nai does the Tana include (one, in the event
that the woman is a Zarah, the other, that she is a Nezirah)?
(a) What other reason might there be in the previous case, for the T'nai to
be Batel (according to everyone)?
(b) What is the classical case of 'Masneh al Mah she'Kasuv ba'Torah'?
(c) On what grounds does Ravina reject Rav Ada B'rei de'Rav Ika's suggestion
that in this case, it is not the Masneh (the husband) who is fulfilling the
condition that contravenes Torah law, but the other party (the wife)?
(d) So how does Ravina finally explain why this Tana does not make an issue
of 'Masneh al Mah she'Kasuv ba'Torah'?
(a) The Tana of our Mishnah rules that, in the case of 'Harei At Muteres
le'Chol Adam Ela li'P'loni', the husband must take back the Get and return
it to his wife.
Like whom does Chizkiyah establish the Mishnah?
(b) Rebbi Yochanan quoting Rav Kahana disagrees.
On what grounds does he
establish our Mishnah even like the Chachamim there?
(c) Why did he refer to Rav Kahana as 'Dilchon'?
(a) With regard to a Get in which the man actually *wrote* 'Harei At Muteres
le'Chol Adam', the Tana of our Mishnah disqualifies the Get completely.
What does Rav Safra mean when he says 'Kasvo be'Socho T'nan'? Seeing as the
Tana has specifically validated a similar oral declaration, is this not
(b) Rava disagrees.
What does he say?
(c) What is Rava's reasoning?
(d) What instructions would Rava issue to the Sofrim who wrote Gitin?
(a) Rebbi invalidates a Get that contains any conditions.
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What do the
(b) Which kind of conditions will ...
- ... invalidate the Get, according to them?
- ... not invalidate it?