Monday, 27 April 2009

Little Note on Learn Tajweed

Have yet to find the rest of the videos of this particular lessons, to date only managed to upload 16 lessons.

However, I've found another set of lessons, simple and interesting too, still gathering as many videos as possible, insyaAllah will upload it here soon.

In the meantime, will continue to compile Islamic articles in the other blog (http://cheqna-in-school.blogspot.com/) and at the same time, trying to gather info on solat in a different blog http://letmepray.blogspot.com/ (a new blog ~ still in early stage)

Friday, 24 April 2009

Tajweed ~ Lesson 16

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Maddah (Prolongation)

Maddah sign indicates to prolong (stretch) the Madd letters Alif waw and ya .

There are several kind of Maddah, Duration of stretching (2 ½ to 5 length of haarakah) and it depends on adjacent letters in a word.

The detail rules are essential for advanced learner only and should be master from a qualified teacher.

Tajweed ~ Lesson 15

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Mushaddah (w) (Tashdid)

A Tashdid sign that appears over a letter represents two of the same letter (Double consonant).

The first letter having sukoon and the second letter having its short vowel.

A letter having Tashdid sign is called 'Mushaddad' and each of the two letters must be distinctly pronounced twice

Tajweed ~ Lesson 14

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[Silent letters]

As a general rule, the letters having no sign on them (empty letters) must be treated as silent letters. Since they do not produce any sound of their own therefore, they should be overlooked.

These silent letters generally occur when long vowel letters (Madd) Alif, Waw and Ya are involved.

Exception to the silent letter rule is Maddah Alif refer to lesson 8.


[Special rule for letter Hamza or Alif]

When there is a letter Hamza or (Alif) with sukoon, it should be pronounced clearly and sharply.

When a vowel sign appears over or under the letter Alif , it is in fact letter Hamza.

In the copies of Middle Eastern print of Holy Quran, the letter Hamza is shown as a tiny Hamza riding over or under the letter Alif.

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Tajweed ~ Lesson 13

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Leen letters (SOFT letters)

When there is a letter with Fathah 'a' and next letter is ya saakin , it produces 'ay' sound (some cases 'ai'). This is called 'Ya Leen' or 'soft Ya'

When there is a letter with Fathah 'a' and the next letter is waw (with or without saakin)it produces 'ow' sound ('au' some cases).

This is called waw Leen or 'soft waw'

Tajweed - Lesson 12

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In Arabic, a vowel is called “Harakah.”

A letter having a vowel sign is called “Mutarrikh”.

If a letter is without a vowel sign, it is called “Saakin” (resting)

Where a sign appears over a letter which point out a “Saakin” letter, it is called a “Sukoon”(Jazm)

And where there is a leter with any short vowel sign and the next letter has a “sukoon” sign, then both letters will jointly produse a single (syllable) uninterrupted sound

Tajweed - Lesson 11


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The miniature letter Alif placed over a letter is an alternative method to writing a letter having Fathah and letter Alif - thus will render the same sound as in lesson 8
Length: two measures of haarakah.

In the copies of Middle Eastern PRINTS of Holy Quraan, in addition to a miniature Alif a Fathah is also written.
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When standing kasrah is placed below a letter it is an alternative method of writing a Kasrah and ya saakin, thus it will render the same sound as lesson 10.

Length: two measures of haarakah.
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When an upside down dammah is placed above a letter is an alternative method to write Dammah and letter waw saakin thus and will render the same sound as in lesson 9.

Length: two measures of haarakah

Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Tajweed - Lesson 10

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When a letter has a Kasrah and the next letter is Yaa saakin, the sound of letters having Kasrah and yaa saakin is lengthened by two measures of haarakah. 'ii'

Tajweed - Lesson 9


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When a letter has a Dammah and next letter is waw saakin , then the sound of letters having Dammah and waw saakin is lengthened by two measures of haarakah. 'uu'

Tajweed - Lesson 8

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As a general rule, when a letter with a Fathah and next letter is Alif, then the sound of Fathah and Alif is stretched by two measures of harakah. 'aa'

Note: In this lesson, letter Alif is a true Alif (Madd).

If anytime the letter Alif appers with vowels or sukoon, this is not a true Alif but it is letter Hamza.

Letter Alif appears always empty and never the first letter in a word, It may come with Madd sign and always comes after another letter, whereas the letter Hamza may come as the first letter in a word.

Saturday, 18 April 2009

Tajweed - Lesson 7

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There are 3 types of Tanween :


1) FATHATAIN 2) KASRATAIN 3) DHAMMATAIN

This lesson is about DHAMMATAIN

DHAMMATAIN symbol appears as two dammah symbols above a letter.

DHAMMATAIN sign consists of two components

(1) Dammah that produces 'U' sound
and
(2) Second Dammah is an unwritten letter Nun saakin, that produces 'N' sound.

Thus will produce 'UN' sound

(More lessons uploaded soon InshaAllah)

Friday, 17 April 2009

Tajweed - Lesson 6

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There are 3 types of Tanween :


1) FATHATAIN 2) KASRATAIN 3) DHAMMATAIN

This lesson is about KASRATAIN

KASRATAIN symbol appears as two kasrah symbols below a letter.

KASRATAIN sign consists of two components

(1) Kasrah that produces 'I' sound

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(2) Second Kasrah is an unwritten letter Nun saakin, that produces 'N' sound.

Thus will produce 'IN' sound.

(More lessons uploaded soon InshaAllah)



Thursday, 16 April 2009

Tajweed - Lesson 5

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There are 3 types of Tanween :


1). FATHATAIN 2). KASRATAIN 3). DHAMMATAIN

This lesson is about FATHATAIN

Fathatain symbol appears as two fatha symbols over a letter.

Fathatain sign consists of two components

(1) Fathah that produces 'A' sound
and

(2) Second Fathah is an unwritten letter Nun saakin, that produces 'N' sound.

Thus will produce 'AN' sound.




(More lessons soon InshaAllah)

Tajweed - Lesson 4

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DAMMAH

There are 29 letters in the Arabic alphabet, all consonants.

The Arabic vowels (Harakaat) Fathah, Kasrah, and Dammah are not
part of Arabic alphabet, but they are naturally pronounced when letters are joined to make words and words are joined to make sentences.

Dammah (Pesh) is a tiny letter waw above a letter It produces the sound 'ū' like 'oo' in Book.

In this lesson the letters have dammah above them.

The letters at the bottom of the page are joined to make words and appear slightly different. The number of dots on a letter and its overall shape can help you easily determine what letter is present.

Fatha, dammah and kasrah are included at the bottom of the page.


(More lessons uploaded soon InshaAllah)

Tajweed - Lesson 3

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KASRAH

There are 29 letters in the Arabic alphabet, all consonants.

The Arabic vowels (Harakaat) Fathah, Kasrah, and Dammah are not
part of Arabic alphabet, but they are naturally pronounced when letters are joined to make words and words are joined to make sentences.

Kasrah is a tiny diagonal stroke (/) under a letter. It produces the 'ī' sound like 'Be' in 'Below'.

In this lesson the letters have a kasrah below them.

At the top of the page the letters appear in the same format as those in lesson one, only with a kasrah below them.

The shapes of individual letters may vary change depending upon the combinations used; nevertheless, the distinctive shape of each letter can still be easily recognized.

The letters at the bottom of the page are joined to make words and appear slightly different. The number of dots on a letter and its overall shape can help you easily determine what letter is present.

(More lessons uploaded soon InshaAllah)

Tajweed - Lesson 2

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There are 29 letters in the Arabic alphabet, all consonants. The Arabic vowels (Harakaat) Fathah, Kasrah, and Dammah are not part of Arabic alphabet, but they are naturally pronounced when letters...
There are 29 letters in the Arabic alphabet, all consonants.

The Arabic vowels (Harakaat) Fathah, Kasrah, and Dammah are not
part of Arabic alphabet, but they are naturally pronounced when letters are joined to make words and words are joined to make sentences.

Fathah is a tiny diagonal stroke (/) above a letter. It produces the sound "ā" like " Ba"(slightly soft side) in 'Banana'

In this lesson the letters have a fatha above them.

At the top of the page the letters appear in the same format as those in lesson one, only with a Fatha above them.

The shapes of individual letters may vary change depending upon the combinations used; nevertheless, the distinctive shape of each letter can still be easily recognized.

The letters at the bottom of the page are joined to make words and appear slightlt different. The number of dots on a letter and its overall shape can help you easily determine what letter is present.

(More lessons uploaded soon InshaAllah)

Tajweed - Lesson 1



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Arabic Alphabet

The Arabic Alphabet consists of 29 letters 1,Arabic is written from right to left (in horizontal lines), but numerals are written from left to right.

The twenty-nine letters of the Arabic Alphabet are pronounced from approximately seventeen
different points.

It is necessary that one should pronounce each Arabic letter correctly from its point of articulation.

Several Arabic letters originates from the throat (Guttural letters) unfamiliar to an English speaker. For example letter and have no equivalent sound in the English alphabet.

Furthermore the vastness of the Arabic language, any small mistake in pronunciation of a letter or word may change the meaning of that word. For example, the word 'Qalb' (with q) means
heart, if read 'Kalb' (with k), it will mean a dog.

(More lessons uploaded soon InshaAllah)

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