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Most of the Muslims who are not Arabians have common mistakes

the most common mistake is in the letters themselves by using the wrong articulation point for a letter , as improper timing of vowels (i.e. lengthening a vowel longer than another vowel) , and natural lengthenings (making them shorter than they should be). Each vowel over a letter receives on count. so a dammah receives the same timing as a kasrah, and the same for the fatha  As these letters are not followed by the midd letters (like an alif without vowel preceded by a fatha :  Or a yaa’ without a vowel preceded by a kasrah,                                    or wow without a vowel preceded by a dhammah).                      The midd letters have two vowel counts if they are not followed by a hamzah or a sukoon.  In this word, each vowel must be equal in time to the following vowel; in other words, this word would have three vowel counts to it.  We notice that there are no midd letters in this word, so there isn’t an elongation for the vowels.   Also in this word , each vowel must be equal in time to the following vowel . Again, we notice that there are no midd letters here, so there isn’t an elongation for the vowels.  And to sum up, The previous two words have equal timing, even though they have different vowels . All vowels, which are stated above, have the same length of timing.   This is not true for letters without vowels, or saakin letters.  The timings of saakin letters are vary depending on their characteristics.  The difference isn’t in a great length of time. Saakin letters have three groups to determine their timing.  The three groups are: The strength group The middle group The soft group The strength group letters is the group of letters that have imprisonment of the sound when pronounced.  At the moment when these letters have no vowel on them (that means they have a sukoon on them) their timing is short.  The letters of this group are: , and they are known in the phrase:       The middle group letters is the letters that do not have a complete running of the sound, and also they do not have complete imprisonment of the sound as the letters of the strength group.  These letters have a middle length of time when there is no vowel (a sukoon) on them. The letters of this group are: , and they are known in the phrase:    The soft group letters is the remaining Arabic letters.   This group has a complete running of the sound when they are without a vowel (saakin), and have the longest timing on them.    And to sum up, all vowels have equal length in time, unless a midd letter follows them.  When letters (outside of the midd letters) have a sukoon, this means that they have no vowel, they have different length in time , depending on which of the three groups they are from.  The shortest timing is in the strength group ,  the middle group is intermediate between the strength group and the soft group, and the longest is the soft group .  the letters of the middle group are equal in timing to each other; and also the letters of the soft group are equal to each other in timing.  the strength group letters are equal in timing to each other, but the two letters have air released after they are pronounced.   #Learn_Quran_Online #Learn_Tajweed_Online #LearnArabic_Language  

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