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Shaddah Words | Qaida Sessions

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This lesson introduces the ‘Shadda’ (double letters). 

  • Shadda  – أَبَّ = أبْ + بَ
  • Even though the exercise only deals with 4 letters for practice, it will be a good idea to recap the nun and meem mushaddad, as well as practice with the letters laam and raa.
  • Pay attention to madds too in this lesson. The original madd (2 counts) and the attached madd (Madd Muttasil 4-5 counts)
  • The end ayah has two hamza al-wasl, one pronounced at the beginning and omitted in the middle – Ihdin as-Siraat…

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