’Assalaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatul-laahi wa barakaatuh,
When the taa’ or kaaf are mushaddad, is the first letter of the shaddah still pronounced with the characteristic of hams, or how? Jazaakal-laahu khairaa.
Was-salaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatul-laahi wa barakaatuh.
Wa Alaikum Assalam Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh,
The characteristic of
are always present in the two letters
even when the letter has a vowel. These characteristics are intrinsic and never leave the letter. When when these two letters have a sukoon however, then the characteristics of shidda and hams are applied sequentially, meaning one after the other, first
In the case of the shaddah, or empahisized letter, even though the first kaaf and ta' of the shaddah have a sukoon, both the characteristics will be applied at the same time (simulataneously) and not
sequentially. That is because even though the letter has the mechanism of collision for a sukoon and separation for a vowel, we do not apply rules on the saakin letter of a shaddah.
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Wa iyyaaakum wa-l-muslimeen.
Wa asslaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.