The 29 letters of the Arabic Alphabet are pronounced from. 17 Makhaarij. To know the exact Makhraj of a letter, it should be spoken in the state of Sukoon, whilst. Explore dia jabeen’s board “makhraj” on Pinterest. | See more makhraj Arabic Alphabet, Arabic Lessons, Arabic Words, Islamic, Arabic Language, Learning. Read Quran with rules of tajweed, Learn Makharij ul Hufuf, The articulation points of Arabic alphabet letters in English, There are 17 makharij of.

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Arabic Alphabet To read correctly start from right to left: On a final note, as one Imam puts it, The qalqalah is necessary for these letters because they have the attributes of jahr stoppage of the flow of breath and shiddah stoppage of the flow of soundso without qalqalah, there would be no sound!

There are three types of Qalqalah: The sound of the meem is hidden and the lips are shaped, ready to pronounce the baa. There are five letters in the Arabic alphabet that apply to Qalqalah.

On a different, yet very important, note… The rules for Al-Noon Al-Saakinah used a shaddah for notice purposes, i. In Tajweedit means to disturb the letter that has sukooni.

But what they fail to do is some Tongue Buffing Exercises. Colloquial dialects differ greatly, so as an Arabic speaking person, I can only stress the importance of learning the makhaarij. Knowing the point of articulation and mastering it is important. Three makhaarijsix letters: Examples of Ikhfaa Shafawee: Two letters emerge from each makhraj.


It is imperative that one learns and correctly pronounces the Arabic makhrja in order to read tajweed with precision. These examples can be combined into one word to help you remember the rule.

Makharij (Points of Articulation of Letters)

The makhraj of Wastul Lisaan is the middle of malhraj tongue hitting the top of the mouth. Simply, Qalqalah is echoing the above five letters when they are in state of sukoon, i.

The Deep Throat — Aq s al- h alq [3]. Left side of the tongue touching the gums on the left 2. When I say that these letters must be silent, I araboc not saying they have sukoon. This post will look into the first of these categories: Complications can occur, but only stringent Arabic teachers and alike should take note of these and avoid them when teaching. Thalq is just another characteristic of the tongue. Along the way, do stop and take a look at your throat.

Note that ghayn is articulated from the same makhrajbut just below the khaa. Diacritics have been put in place for readers who want to continue reading without a pause through to the next ayah. The second part of this tongue-buffing-course is soon to come.


When the tip of the tongue, alongside a small area from the upper tip t arful-lisaanare pushed off the hard palate, the letter. Read all about it below…. Remember that this rule is carried out for two counts, i.

The first five divisions are as follows: This is when the three madd letters have no diacrtic on them, but are not prolonged because the letter preceeding them does not have the corresponding diacritic mentioned in the above conditions. The alif corresponds to the pale pink tongue, waaw to the hot pink tongue, and yaa to the red tongue:. A kasrah must be present on the letter before a silent yaa.


So far, this covers a total of 4 of 17 makhaarij. A fat- h a must be present on the letter before a silent alif A d ammah must be present on the letter before a silent waaw A kasrah must be present on the letter before a silent yaa. In fact, if you see a sukoon on an alif or waaw or yaa it means that you are not to stretch this letter whatsoever.

The interior comprises of the inner, open area of the mouth, behind the meeting point of the lower jaw and top teeth. Within this region, there are five points of articulation, producing 11 letters. The first five divisions are as follows: However, stopping at the end of every ayah is preferred and so in these such circumstances you must do a strong Qalqalah.

This is illustrated in the diagram below. This is illustrated in the diagram below.

Between the top and bottom teeth is an open area which is generally known to make a hissing sound. The rule has the following conditions: There are five letters in the Arabic alphabet that apply to Qalqalah.