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in verbs (continued)
the last tidbit lesson, we described the different types of verbs that hamzah
al-wasl enters as a first letter.
was stated last lesson that hamzah al-wasl may enter, as a first letter,
Vowel of the Hamzah Al-Wasl when beginning with it in verbs
The vowel of when beginning with it, in verbs, depends on the vowel on the
third letter of the
is considered a letter when counting the letters;
Starting verbs with a dhammah on the hamzah al-wasl
The hamzah-t al-wasl has a dhammah
on it when beginning the word starting with it
of this in past tense verbs are shown in the following aayaat:
we look at the verb:
from aayah 26 of surah Ibraheem, we see that
there is a hamzah wasl
of this in the command form of verbs are shown in the following aayaat:
Starting verbs with a kasrah on the hamzah al-wasl
begin hamzah al-wasl in a verb with a kasrah
when in the following cases:
If the third letter
of the verb has an original kasrah. This
is exemplified in the following aayaat:
When the third letter of the verb has a fat-h .
This is demonstrated in the following
When the third letter of the verb has a presented dhammah. It
is to be noticed that in these next six examples shown below the dhammah is a
presented one due to the plurality of the command form of the verb that has an
(either an alif, ya’ or wow) as
the last letter in the essential make up of the verb.
When these verbs are the plural command form, there would have been a
ya’ saakinah followed by a wow saakinah which is quite heavy for the tongue,
so the Arabs drop the ya’ saakinah in these forms of the verb, and the third
letter acquires a presented dhammah. These
are the only five verbs in the Qur’an that have a presented dhammah in the
third letter, but it should be noted that some of these verbs occur in the
Qur’an in different forms of the same verb.
. As stated previously, when starting with one of these six
verbs, we start with a kasrah not a dhammah.
starting with the word
is read as “”
employing the rule of medd al-bedl which was previously discussed, which is:
whenever there are two hamzahs next to each other in one word, the first
voweled and the second non-voweled, the second hamzah is changed to a medd
letter from the same type as the vowel on the first hamzah.
Therefore, since the first hamzah now has a kasrah, the second hamzah,
which is saakinah, will change into a lengthened ya’.
another item to be noticed is that if the
means “and” precedes a verb that begins with a hamzah al-wasl, or another conjunctive
letter such a
we are beginning with this verb, we must begin with the
due to its
strong link to the verb. We
therefore read the wow with a fath, then continue reading the verb. We do not
apply the rules
in this case. An example of
this is in the following: