Tajweed Trial Test 13/1/2013

1. The noun sokoun can be found only in the nouns?


2. The noun sokoun can sometimes be voweled with a fatha, kasra, dammah or a shaddah.


3. The tanween is an extra noun sokoun at the end of the nouns.


4.Letters of “Ith-haar” of the noun sokoun are:


5. Pronouncing the “Ith-haar noun” includes giving it time in pronunciation between the hard and soft letters.


The noun sokoun occurred only once in the Quraan with the letter Hamza comming after it in one word.


The letters ?? ? ? ? ?

represents Ikh-faa (hiding) of the noun?


The word ? ? ??

represents in the noun sokoun:


Idghaam (merging) of the noun sokoun occurs:


What is the “Ith-haar Mutlaq” (Ultimate Ith-haar)?


In the letters ???

occurring in the beginning of the sura, is it read with:


Idgham (merging) of the noun sokoun with the letters ? ?

is:


The complete Idghaam is the total disappearance of the letter noun sokoun and it’s characters.


What is the sign of Idghaam is the Quraan?


The “Iqlaab” with the noun sokoun or the tanweed; could occur in one or two words.


The “Iqlaab” is turning the meem sokoun to a noun sokoun.


There is always a ghunna in case of Idghaam, Ikhfaa and Iqlaab.


The Ghunnah is an independant character that can be mistakenly added to any of the letters.


Pronouncing the Ghunnah and the Normal Madd, both take the same time which is two counts


The weakest of all letters is the letter ??? (ha)


The strongest letter of all letters is the ?


Both letters; the Meem and Noun have the same characters.


The difference in characters between the ? and ? is the:


The Letter ? and ? are both soft, lowered, opened and whistled.


Both letters; the ? and ? have the same characters except one:


The Qalqalah letters are all Hard and Apparant.


There are five letters of Qalqalah:


The Whistled letters have another common character. Which is:


Those three letters ? ? ?

have the same character. Which one of the following:


“All Lowered letters are opened while not all Opened letters are lowered”.


When pronouncing all Elevated letters the whole tongue is elevated.


Elevated letters are always elevated even with a kassrah.


“All Closed letters are Elevated”


“All Hard letters are Apparent except two letters”.


“All the whispered letters are soft”


Both Hard and Soft letters have shorter time in pronunciation than the middle letters.


To avoid the qalqalah in the middle letters one is advised to strike hard on the articulation point and give it longer time in pronunciation than the hard letters.


The Hard letters are all the qalqalah letters.


There are ten whispered letters in the Arabic alphabet.


One of the following letters is whispered:


The characters “Whispered” and “Apparent” has to do with the flowing level of the air.


Each of the Arabic letters have minimum five characters up to seven characters.


The letters noun and meem are articulated from the nasals.


Three letters are articulated from the lips: ? ? ?


The letters ? ? ? ?

are articulated form the same place.


The letter ?

is articulated from the same articulation point as the ? ?


The number of teeth in the mouth is 32.


There are five main articulation areas.


If two sokoun letters are pronounced consecutively where the first letter of is a vowel; then the vowel pronunciation is cancelled.


There are two reasons for the Madd (elongation); the Hamza and the sokoun.


In the “Heavy Obligatory Madd in letters” one of the fourteen letters is not at all elongated, and another is lein.


The letters at the beginning of some suras are sometimes one letter, sometimes two letters, sometimes three letters, sometimes four letters, sometimes five letters and sometimes six.


Which of the following group of letters Allah SWT used to start some of the suras:


Surat “Yassin” starts also with “Heavy Obligatory Madd in letters”.


Surat “Mariam” starts with “Heavy Obligatory Madd in letters” with 24 counts madd.


In Surat “Al-Fatiha”, the type of Madd in it’s last word is “Heavy Obligatory Madd in a word”.


The Lein Madd (elongation) is pronounced in both cases: connecting reading or when stopping reading on the word with lein.


The reason of the “Connected Madd” (elongation) is that the Hamza occurred only after the letter Alif in one word.


All the Alif’s that has the sokoun oval shape are not pronounced even when we stop reading on them.


The following letters ??? ??? ??? ?????

represents which rule:


In surat “Yassin” page 441, aya 19 includes all meem sokoun rules.


In the “Ikhfaa” and the “Idhgaam” of the meem sokoun they are both pronounced with a ghunnah.


The “Idghaam” with the meem sokoun occurs only with one letter.


The “Ikhfaa” with the meem sokoun occurs only with one letter.


Why the meem sokoun letter never occurred with one of the voweled letters after it in the word?


All the letters occurred after the noun sokoun and the tanween except certain letters:


The highest Ikhfaa level with the noun sokoun is at the following letters


“Ikhfaa” at the noun sokoun can occur in one word or two words


The “Ghunna” level with all the “Ikhfaa” letters with the noun sokoun is the same.


The number of “Ikhfaa” letters with the noun are 15.
















































































Description:

This test is for Gothenburg students who enrolled in Quraan Academy Reading Quraan Classes.
It is end of year test, containing 70 questions covering most of the curriculum including:
- noun sokoun
- meem sokoun
- madd
- articulation points
- characters of the Arabic Alphabet

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