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1. Izhar (Showing):

"Izhar" in Tajweed is the clear and distinct pronunciation of a letter or letters. In Izhar, the letter is pronounced with clarity and is not merged or blended with any other letters. The six Arabic letters known as "throat letters" are hamza, hah, ayn, ha, ghayn, and khah. These letters are pronounced using the throat muscles and have a distinct sound. When they are followed by noon sakina, they are pronounced clearly without any assimilation or changes in sound.

تجوید میں "اظہار" کہلاتا ہے جب حرف یا حروف کو صراحت اور وضوح کے ساتھ تلفظ کیا جاتا ہے۔ اظہار میں حرف دیگر حروف کے ساتھ ملاوٹ نہیں کی جاتی۔ ہمزہ، حاء، عین، حاء، غین اور خاء جیسے چھ حروف عربی کو "throat letters" کہتے ہیں۔ یہ حروف گلے کے پٹھوں کا استعمال کرتے ہیں اور ان کی آواز مخصوص ہوتی ہے۔ جب ان حروف کے بعد نون صاکن آتا ہے، تو یہ صاف طور پر بغیر کسی تبدیلی کے صرف اور صاف طور پر تلفظ کئے جاتے ہیں

2. What is incomplete assimilation(idgham) in Arabic TajweedIdgham is a term used in Arabic tajweed to refer to the partial assimilation of certain letters into other letters when they are pronounced in close proximity. Incomplete assimilation, or idgham bighunnah, specifically refers to the merging of a noon or meem with a following letter that is one of the three recognized letters of idgham (ba, ta, and tha) or one of their variations.
In idgham bighunnah, the noon or meem is not pronounced clearly and is assimilated into the following letter, which is pronounced with a nasal sound, or ghunnah. The ghunnah is produced by making a humming or buzzing sound through the nose while pronouncing the letter. This type of assimilation is commonly found in the recitation of the Quran and is an important aspect of correct Quranic recitation.
What is a group of letters pronounced yarmaloonIn Tajweed, "yarmaloon" is a term used to describe a group of letters that are pronounced with a slight nasal sound when they appear as the last letter of a word or syllable. These letters include: م (meem) ن (noon) و (waw) ي (ya)
When any of these letters appear at the end of a word or syllable and are followed by a silent letter, they are pronounced with a slight nasalization, also known as "ghunnah." This is a type of incomplete nasal assimilation (idgham).

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6. Ikhfa (Hiding): n t n th n j n d n dh n z n s n sh n S n D n T n Z n f n q n k

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