Heavy Letters In Tajweed
Heavy Letters In Tajweed – Each letter of the Arabic alphabet has a sound that is heavy or light. The heavy letters are 7 .
Heaviness or lightness in Tajweed is one of the important issues that every reciter has to observe while reading.
Heavy Letters In Tajweed
One of the common mistakes in Tajweed is not receiving heavy and light letters in the correct way.
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Mistakes in heavy and light lettering have been covered in the article on the 5 most common Tajweed mistakes people make when reciting the Qur’an. I strongly recommend that you become aware of these errors.
Heavy letters are also called Tafkheem letters and Isti’laa letters, while light letters are also called Tarqeeq letters or Istifaal letters.
Tafkheem means: to thicken or make heavy – giving the letter a quality of heaviness by the elevation of the tongue.
There are 7 heavy letters in Arabic that are always heavy and there are 3 letters that should sometimes be heavy and sometimes light.
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The letter Madd Alif can be heavy or light depending on the letter that precedes it. If before Alif a heavy letter should sound heavy. If before Alif a light letter should sound light.
The student learns to read the Arabic alphabet and words according to the designed curriculum. The student is introduced to the basic rules of Arabic and Tajweed. At the end of the book, students can recite some short verses from the Qur’an.
We do our best to make the learning experience for children easy, interesting and enjoyable. The child learns to read the Arabic alphabet and some words from the Koran. They are also taught the basic rules of Arabic and Tajweed in an interesting method with the help of an exercise book to help the child practice during the week. At the end of the book the child is able to recite some short verses from the Koran. Here is a sample of our Tajweed Beginners Program for Kids:
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The student learns to recite the Quran while applying the rules of Tajweed. Learning the theoretical rules goes along with the practical application of the Tajweed rules.
The purpose of learning the Makhaarij of the Arabic language is to make the reciter proficient in reciting the Qur’an by observing the correct pronunciation of each letter, without exaggeration or deficiency. Through this, the reciter can recite the Qur’an according to the way of the Prophet peace be upon him who received it from Jibreel who received it from Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’la in the classical Arabic language.
The student at this level learns the advanced rules of Tajweed. At the end of this level the student has finished learning all the theoretical rules of Tajweed and has practiced how to apply them.
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