M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
40. In gardens, they shall ask each other
41. About the guilty:
42. What has brought you into hell?
43. They shall say: We were not of those who prayed;
44. And we used not to feed the poor;
45. And we used to enter into vain discourse with those who entered into vain discourses.
46. And we used to call the day of judgment a lie;*
47. Till death overtook us.
48. So the intercession of intercessors shall not avail them.
49. What is then the matter with them, that they turn away from the admonition,
50. As if they were asses taking fright
51. That had fled from a lion?
52. Nay; every one of them desires that he may be given pages spread out;
53. Nay! but they do not fear the hereafter.
54. Nay! it is surely an admonition.
55. So whoever pleases may mind it.
56. And they will not mind unless Allah please. He is worthy to be feared and worthy to forgive.
* Verses 43-44-46 give the reasons and qualifications of those who will go to hell.