Pronounce Quran Correctly

al Quran al Kareem correctly is one of the fundamentals in learning the Quran as a whole. Allah SWT ordered us to recite it in the correct measured way not to be considered sinners. However, some non-Arabic speakers and children can struggle at first when learning the right pronunciation of the Quran.
Noor Academy presents you with a simple guide to understanding some Tajweed matters that can help you pronounce correctly. Read on to know more.

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he Quran with Tajweed pronunciation are able to enunciate the Arabic words correctly.
Imam Abu Ubaid al-Qasim bin Salam was the first to introduce the science of Tajweed (774 - 838 CE). He developed a documented science for tajweed in the third century of Hijrah, building the tajweed foundation and assigning names to its laws, and he collated all of this in his book named “al-Qiraat.”
It acquired popularity throughout the third century of Hijrah due to the development of the Islamic State, which resulted in numerous non-Arabs embracing Islam. Tajweed was developed to educate them on how to recite the Quran like Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
Tajweed’s goal is to teach the Quran correctly while adhering to the standards of the Arabic language grammar. al Quran al Kareem is said to be recited with Tajweed when every letter of the Quran is spoken correctly, without exaggeration or deficiency.
There are two popular rules in Tajweed that make your Quran pronunciation more accurate; Idghaam and Ikhfa.


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The literal meaning of ikhfa in Arabic is to conceal something. It’s one of the Tajweed rules that should be considered when you’re reciting the Quran.
The rule listed six letters that follow the noon al-saakinah. In that case, it must be pronounced clearly. Of the remaining letters in the Arabic alphabet, ikhfaa applies.
 Letters of Ikhfa: ت، ث، ج، د، ذ، ز، س، ش، ص، ض، ط، ظ، ف، ق، ك،
The noon saakinah ‘نْ’ or tanween is buried in the nose at this when these letters take place. The lips should be formed in such a way that it is "prepared" for the following letter. 
For example, if the following letter is a taa with dhamma ‘تُ’, the mouth prepares to speak it by forming a little “o” shape, and the tongue places itself within the mouth. This might happen over two words or inside one.

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