In this lesson we will take the the shadda
and three consonants :
Shadda is not a letter of the alphabet, it is just a mark
written above a consonnant to indicate that it is stressed
twice in the pronunciation of a given word.
Note: The fatha or dammah is written above the shadda while
the kasrah is written below it or below the consonant:
|'With fatha' =
|'With damma' =
|'With kasrah' = .
Now we move to today's consonants:
As we mentioned in the last lessons the letters take different
shape based on their position in the word.
1) case of
a)in the begining of the word:
b)in the middle of the word: