24th February 2018 – Qu’ran – Year 3

Quran:

Student Name Hifz Revision Recitation
Asmaa Al Sabek As Saff 09 – 12  Surat Al Maarij
Ameerah Kola Olukotum At Tariq 09 – 17 Surat Al Balad
Mariam Mohamed Al Feel An Nas to Quraiysh
Tausiyah Ubaid As Saaffat 154 to 182
Elias Jami Al Ala 1 – 10 Surat Al Balad

Rules of Noon Sakinah

1- Idhaar Halqi  
• Idhaar means “clear”
• Idhaar Letters: the throat letters ء ، هـ ، ع ، ح ، غ ، خ
  
• The way of pronunciation :-
If a Noon Saakin or a Tanween is followed by any of the six throat letters, The Noon Saakin or the Tanween is pronounced clearly from its respective origination without Ghunnah.

• Examples on Noon Saakin

• Examples on Tanween

2-  Iqlaab 
• Iqlaab means: – “to turn over” or changing Noon to Meem.
• Iqlaab letters:- “ب”
• The way of pronunciation:-
If a Noon Saakin or Tanween is followed by “ ب”, it is converted into a hidden Meen with separating between lips. And the reader should make Ghunnah for 2 beats.

• Examples on Noon Saakin

• Examples on Tanween

 

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