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The spelling of the actual letters 'taw' and 'ha' have a hamzah at the end with a double dammmah (eg haa' = ha + fatha + alif elongation + hamzah + double dammah)
Assalaamu alaykum wa Ragmatullahi wa Barakaatuh,
The Separated Letters Surah 20 ta-ha
The spelling of the actual letters 'taw' and 'ha' have a hamzah at the end with a double dammmah (eg haa' = ha + fatha + alif elongation + hamzah + double dammah).
My question is, when reading these letters as The Separate Letters at the beginning of Surah 20, does once pronounce these letters with a hamzah with a sukoon on it, after the prolongation of the middle of the letter? ie. taaaaaa' haaaaaa'
Thank you.Jazakallahu khayr.
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh
When pronouncing the separated letters of the group they are read without a hamzah on them. They are pronounced as: . This is one of two accepted ways of writing out these letters and for recitation purposes, the only allowed way of reading this separated letters.
We read these letters with an alif with two vowel counts only and no hamzah on the end.
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