The attached ya’ denoting “me” or “my”
The attached ياء meaning "me" or "my" can be attached to a verb
a noun ,
or a preposition or particle as in .
is not part of the original make up of the word.
Shu’bah reads differently than Hafs the in the following words:
1. Shu’bah reads the with a sukoon in all places it occurs in the Qur’an.
When afollows the there is then a which would be lengthened four or five vowel counts, such as in:.
2. , Shu’bah reads the with a sukoon in all places this phrase occurs in the Qur’an, with an accompanying when continuing.
3. In the riwaayah of Shu’bah, the in the word is read with a sukoon. This occurs in three places in the Qur’an, Al-Baqarah 125, Al-Hajj 26, and Nuh 28.
4. in Aali ‘Imraan 20 and Al-‘An’aam 79 is read with a sukoon of in the riwaayah of Shu’bah.
5. The in the word found in the phrase in Al-Maa’idah 28 is read with a sukoon and there will be a due to theat the beginning of the next wordafter the .
6. In the same surah (Al-Maai’dah) aayah 116, Shu’bah reads with a sukoon of the in the word found in the phrase: . There will be an accompanying when read in continuum with the next word, since the next word begins with a .
7. Shu’bah reads with a sukoon on the in the word in the phrases:
A. Ibrahim 22
B. TaHa 18
C. Saad 23
D. Saad 69
E. Al-Kaafiroon 7
8. In contrast to Hafs, Shu’bah reads with a fathah on the in the following places in the Qur’an:
This ends the lesson on