Learn To Recite Quran Beautifully Part Three By Dina Essam Essential Tajweed Rules Prepared by: Shaykha Dina Essam
LEARN TO RECITE QURAN BEAUTIFULLY PART THREE
- Hamza-tul Qata’ & Hamza-tul Wasl (1).
- Relationships Between Letters.
- The Rules of Two Saakin Letters Meeting Together.
- The Possessive Pronoun.
- The Silent & Pronounced Alif.
- Stopping and Starting Recitation.
- Signs of Stopping.
- Important Notes.
From the Book
B) Hamza-tul Wasl (!)
Definition: Hamzah-tul Wasl is pronounced when starting the words, and dropped when continuing. Hamzah-tul Wasl appears only at the beginning of a word. It has a little saad written on top of Alif ().
If the reciter starts reciting from a word that begins with Hamza-tul Wasl, then it should be pronounced with Harakah. However, it is not pronounced when joining the word that starts with Hamzah-tul Wasl with the previous word.
Hamzah-tul Wasl can be pronounced with i) Fathah.
i) It is pronounced with a Fathah when it is at the beginning of a noun and is followed by Laam Shamseeyah or Laam Qamareeyah.
ii) It is pronounced with a Kasrah when it is at the beginning of a verb and the third letter of the verb has a Fathah or a Kasrah.
It can either be at the beginning, or in the middle, or at the end of a word.
It appears only at the beginning of a word. It is always pronounced, whether the reciter starts by reciting from a word that begins with Hamza-tul Qata’ or joins it to the previous word.
It is pronounced if the reciter starts reciting from a word that begins with Hamza-tul Wasl. It is, however, not pronounced when joining the word that starts with Hamzah-tul Wasl with the previous word.
It can have a Harakah or a Sukoon. Its pronunciation doesn’t depend on the following letter. It has no Harakah on top of it and is pronounced with a Fathah or a Kasrah or a Dhammah, according to the following letter. It appears in different forms. It has only one form.