Noorani Qaida Lesson 1

In this lesson, you will be learning all about:

  1. What is Makhraj? What is it’s literal meaning and what does it stands for in tajweed?
  2. How many letters are there in arabic? What are they called as?
  3. Which are the letters that are pronounced with a thicker voice? What are they called as? How many are they?
  4. Which are the specific letters that are pronounced through lips? What are they called as? How many are they?
  5. Which are the letters that generate whistle-like high sound? What are they called? How many are they?
  6. Makhraj of each letter.

Guidelines of Noorani Qaida Lesson 1:

Every language has it’s own set of alphabets defined, and so is the case with the beautiful Arabic Language. It contains a total of 29 letters. In this lesson, you should focus on identification of right place of pronouncing each and every word. And practice on proper pronunciation.

Noorani Qaida Lesson 1

Noorani Qaida Lesson 1

 

    1. 7 Huroof e Mustalia (Heavy letters )

      خ ص ض ط ظ غ ق

    2. 3 Huroof e Safeer (Letters of whistle)

      ص ز س

    3. 4 letters that are pronounced with Lips

        ب  ف  م    و

    4. Huroof e Haqli (Al-Halq letters / Letters of Throat)

      ء ه ع ح غ خ

    5. Similar Letters

      ت ط

      ث س ص

      ه ح

      ض ظ

      ذ ز

      ق ك

How to pronounce?

Al-Halq letters

ء ه = Pronounce from the lower region of your throat

ع ح= Pronounce from the middle portion of your throat

غ خ=Pronounce from the upper portion (pharynx) of your throat

Al-Lisan Letters

Lahwiyya Letters

ق = Pronounce it from the root of your tongue and soft palate.

ك = Pronounce it from the root of your tongue and the hard palate.

Shajariyyah letters

ج   ش  ي = Pronounce them from the middle surface of your tongue and the middle of the palate.

Hafiyah letter

ض = Pronounced by slightly folding the tongue i.e., from the side of the tongue and the roots of the upper molars.

Tarafiyah letters

 ل ن ر = From edge of your tongue and the part of the roots of the teeth towards the palate

Nitiyya letters

ت د ط = Pronounced from the tip of the tongue and the roots of upper front teeth.

Lisaawiyah letters

ث ذ ظ = Top of the tongue and the inner edges of the upper teeth.

Safiriyah Letters

ز س ص = From tip of the tongue and the inner edges of both (front upper) teeth

Shafawiyyah letters

ف = from edge of the upper front teeth and the wet part of the lower lip

ب = From the wet parts of both the lips

م = From dry parts of both the lips

و = By rounding both the lips.

 

 

 

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