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. Articula tion Points of Arabic alphabet

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Articulation point of Arabic letters. This presentation has been created to help you articulate the Arabic letters correctly.

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  • 1. . Articulation Points of Arabic alphabet

2. By the end of this lesson you should learn what are the articulation points for the Arabic letters and how to articulate them in the proper way. Lesson Objectives 3. Articulation point is the place from where a letter is pronounced, making its sound different from the sound of other letters. Each Arabic letter has different articulation point. Failing to adhere to the proper articulation points while reciting Quran could lead to major sin. Introduction 4. 29 Arabic Alphabet 5. The main articulation areas for the Arabic letters Al-Halq The empty space in the mouth and throat Al-Jawf Shaftan The throat Two lips Al-Khaishum Nasal Passage Al-Lisan The tongue 6. Nasal Passage Tongue Hard Palate Empty Space in the Mouth and Throat Throat Teeth Lips Main Articulation Points of Arabic Alphabet 7. Al-Jawf The empty space in the mouth and throat 8. Letters of Madd: + + Vowel Vowel Vowel 9. The closest part of the throat (Area of the soft palate) The middle of the throat (Area of the hard palate) The deepest part of the throat (Area of the Vocal cords) Letters of throat 10. Upper Palate Hard Palate Soft Palate Front of the palate Gums Uvula 11. Names of teeth 12. The tip of the tongue The farthest part of the tongue The middle part of the tongue The side of the tongue The edge of the tongue Parts of The Tongue 13. Articulation point of the Bottom of the tongue along with the soft palate 14. Bottom of the tongue along with the soft and hard palate Articulation point of the 15. Articulation point of the Middle of the tongue along with the upper palate 16. Articulation point of the Middle of the tongue along with the upper palate. 17. Articulation point of the Middle of the tongue along with the upper palate. 18. Articulation points for the Articulation point of the Articulation point of the Articulation point of the non-vowel 19. Place that the letter takes from the both corner of the tongue Place that the letter takes from the lowest two edges of the tongue unto the end of its side. Place of the and the at the corner of the tongue 20. Articulation point of the Central Incisor Lateral Incisor Canine 1st Premolar The edge of the tongue along with its neighboring teeth. 2nd Premolar 1st Molar 2nd Molar 3rd Molar Lateral Incisor Canine 1st Premolar 2nd Premolar 1st Molar 2nd Molar 3rd Molar 21. Articulation points of the Central Incisor Lateral Incisor Canine 1st Premolar From the lowest two edge of the tongue unto the end of its side. 2nd Premolar 1st Molar 2nd Molar 3rd Molar Lateral Incisor Canine 1st Premolar 2nd Premolar 1st Molar 2nd Molar 3rd Molar 22. Articulation point of the Nasal Passage From the side of the tongue along with its adjoining gums. 23. Articulation point of the From the side of the tongue along with its adjoining gums. 24. Aggrandized Attenuated Aggrandizement is accompanied with a concavity in the centre of the tongue along with narrowing in the throat contrary to the attenuated. Attenuated Aggrandized 25. Articulation points of the 26. Articulation points of the 27. Articulation points of the 28. Articulation point of the Tips of the upper two incisors along with the belly of the lower lip 29. Articulation point of the By closing the two lips together 30. Articulation point of the By closing the two lips together 31. The End