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By original it is meant that the sukoon is part of the original make up of the word, and is present when continuing the reading and when stopping.
وَلَا الضَّآلِّينَ, with one ل with a kasrah on it instead of the two written ل , the first saakinah, the second with a vowel; this mistake of pronouncing only one ل is due to not making the نبر. Other examples of this the third circumstance of the نبر are in:
( تباعُد) of the two articulating bodies; this is when the reader is continuing reading and not stopping on the word. When stopping on a word like this, we stop with one saakin letter, meaning this letter is formed by collision (تَصَادُم ) of the two articulating bodies. It is then as if one letter has been dropped from the reading. It is for this reason that the learned reciters of the Qur’an warn of the necessity of an accent on this last letter, actually beginning on the letter preceding it, to point out to the listener that this one letter, is actually two. We drop the vowel of the last letter of a word when stopping, but do not eliminate the letter.
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