This lesson discusses how to begin hamzah wasl in the third part of Arabic speech, participles, more specifically, the definite article "the" which is a laam attached to a noun, preceded by a hamzah al-wasl.
The hamzah-t al-wasl can precede the participle of . The hamzat al-wasl then beginning any noun beginning with the laam of the definite article "the" is read with a fat-h . Examples of this are found in the following:
The disappears in writing and in pronunciation in "" of nouns when preceded by with a kasrah. This is demonstrated in the following verses:
When the other prepositional letters enter a noun beginning with the is not pronounced, but is still written in the word:
Chart summarizing vowels used when beginning a word with hamzah-t al-wasl
Next lesson, insha' Allah, we will begin discussing what happens when the questioning hamzah qata' meets with the hamzah wasl in nouns and verbs