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Difference between tay and tee in quran pronuciation?

If a person is reciting quran and he comes across part of ayat 35 of sura noor نُورُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ ۚ Is there any difference between meaning of pronunciation of bold samaawaatay( tay ...
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When reciting the Quran, what is the proper pronunciation of the Arabic letter ط?

Salam, when I say the letter ط air comes out, and when are reading Qur’an, air should not be coming out of our mouths. What should be the position of my tongue?
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Need proper pronunciation of various Arabic alphabets to read Quran correctly

Many a times, I miss to pronounce various Arabic letters correctly, which leads to reading the Holy Quran incorrectly. Some of the tricky alphabets include: 'ط' and 'ت' 'ظ' and 'ز' and 'ذ' and 'ض'...
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Correct Pronunciation of Allah in common Islamic phrases

Let's take for example الحمد لله- The most common pronunciation is: Al-Hamdo-Li-Lah. Now, even-though there is a Shada/شَدّة on the word Allah, it is not emphasized. Why is that? Another example is ...
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In Salat what mispronunciations are acceptable?

In salat (prayer) I like to read it out loud sometimes but I whisper it. When I am supposed to say: "sub hana rabb ial 'ala" It comes out like: "sup hana rapial 'ala" Even though it's not what I ...
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Is my prayer valid even though I mispronounced a word? [duplicate]

When I was reading the Fajr prayer, I was trying to say it quickly because it was late and I was reciting it out loud. When I did sajda (prostration), I think there was too much saliva in my mouth or ...
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Pronounciation of a certain part of prayer

In salat, when you come back (stand up) from Ruku', you say: "Samiallahu liman hamida" Is it pronounced "hammida" or "hameeda"? I pronounced it hammida, so I am not sure if it is correct or not.