When we prononce the medd leen "aw"( waw sakina after the fathah) and after this there is a medd with dhammah, does the mouth come back?

Question
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When we pronounce the medd leen "aw"( waw sakina after the fathah) and after this there is a medd with dhammah like "mawuudatou suilat" in surate al takwir or "yastawfuun" in surate al mutaffifiin ayat 2, does the mouth come back in the end of the med leen and after move forward again for the med with dhammah or it stays forward all the time for the pronunciation of the two medd?
Answer
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatulahi wa barakaatuh
When we pronounce a harf leen (it is less than two vowel counts) with a , and the following letter has a dhammah, we do not bring our mouth back to a neutral position.  When there is a after it, we have to pronounce the with our top front incisors on the lower lip and we will not have a  dhammah on the lips for the brief moment we pronounce it, but immediately will go to a dhammah after pronouncing it. At the same time though, our mouth will not go back to neutral in between the leen letter and the ', and instead will go from the dhammah to pronounce the articulation point. .