Monthly Archives: March 2020

Rules of Meem & Noon

Rules of Meem & Noon Rules of Noon & Meem with Shaddah When a reciter pronounce Noon or Meem with shaddah, he has to pronounce Ghunnah in its most complete form during continuous reciting (Wasl) and while stopping (Waqf), as: {مِنَ الْجِنَّــة وَ النَّاس} { وَ لــٰكِنَّ اللهَ سَلْمَ} {حَمَّالَةَ الحَطَبِ} { فِي الْيَمِّ وَ […]

Most common mistakes when pronouncing the Arabic letters Common Mistakes when pronouncing Alef Insufficient opening of the mouth when pronouncing Alef as in {مُوسًى} Mixing its sound with the sound of Yaa’ so that it would sound like Alef with Imaalah , as in {ملٰك} Mixing its sound with sound of Waaw, as in {خلٰدين} […]

Isti’ala (The Elevated) and Istifal (The Lowered)

Isti’ala (The Elevated) and Istifal (The Lowered) The Arabic letters, according to the sound direction, are divided into: Lowered The sound doesn’t raise up while pronouncing ( these letters) to the roof of mouth (The set letters) Elevated The sound raises up while pronouncing ( these letters) to the roof of mouth (خُصَّ ضَغَطٍ قِظْ) […]

Characteristics Of The Arabic Letters

Characteristics Of The Arabic Letters Meaning of characteristics of Arabic letters and stating their types. Hams (whisper) and Jahr (apparent/voiced). Shiddah (strength),Bayneeya (In-between) and Rakhaawa (weakness). Measurement of the times of the correct letters. Istilaa’ (Elevated) and Istifaal (lowered). Levels of Tafkheem of the Istelaa’ Elevated letters. The letters which are pronounced with tafkheem in […]