Lesson 32 ,How to recite Surat An-Nasr سُورَةُ النَّصْرِ with Rules

Lesson 32   (intermediate)
This is lesson 32 of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
Lesson 32 ,How to recite Surat An-Nasr سُورَةُ النَّصْرِ with Rules

The new rule we can learn from this surah :
1-    The Connected Required Madd مد مُتَّصِل وَاجِب

Its definition: It occurs when a Hamzah follows a Madd letter in the same word.

How to recite Surat Al-Masad سورة المسد with Rules

Lesson 31   (intermediate)
This is lesson 31 of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
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Lesson 31,How to recite Surat Al-Masad سورة المسد with Rules

The new rule we can learn from this surah :
The Separate Allowed Madd
Its definition: It occurs when a Madd letter is the last letter of a word, and a hamzah ء  is the first letter of the next

Lesson 30, How to recite Surat Al Faatiha الفاتحة with Rules


Lesson 30 (intermediate)
This is lesson 30 of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
Lesson 30, How to recite Surat al Faatiha الفاتحة with Rules,tajweed guide book 1

Most of the rules in Surat al-Falaq was explained in the previous lessons such as : 

The rules of The Compulsory Madd الْمَد ا للَّازِم
The accent النبر in Qur'an

Lesson 29, The Compulsory Madd الْمَد ا للَّازِم

Lesson 29   (intermediate)
This is lesson 29  of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
                                    Lesson 29, The Compulsory Madd الْمَد ا للَّازِم  

Its definition:  An original (or fixed) sukoon is positioned after a Madd letter, in a word or a letter.
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.

Its Divisions:
 المَد   اللازِم   is divided into two groups:
      1.  The Compulsory Word Lengthening مَد لَازِم كَلِمِي
      2.  The Compulsory Letter Lengthening مَد لَازِم حَرْفِي  

Each of these two divisions is further divided into two more divisions. We therefore, have four divisions of the المَد   اللازِم.

lesson 28, النَّبْر or The Accent in Quran,tajweed guide book 1


Lesson 28   (intermediate)

This is lesson 28  of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”


lesson 28, النَّبْر or The Accent in Quran,tajweed guide book 1

The accent النبر in recitation of the Glorious Qur'an
The accent ( النبر) is defined in the modern study of sounds as:  Pressure on a part or a specific letter of the word, so that its sound is a little louder than that of the juxtaposed letters.  

This accent (  النبر) varies from language to language, and from dialect to dialect.  An important thing to note here is that in as far as the Qur’anic recitation goes the term نبر is a modern term describing what occurs in recitation passed down through generations from the mouth of the Prophet (peace be upon him).  Making an “accent” at the places that will be described necessary by all certified scholars of the Qur’an, but the actual term may be different. 
In the Glorious Qur’an the نبر is noted, and Allah knows best, in the complete rules of recitation in six different circumstances.   

 

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