of my classmates read with great force or pressure on each sound.
Does this make the sound clearer or is it incorrect?
that are saakinah are formed by a collision of the two parts of articulation.
An articulation point almost always (except for the throat letters) has
two elements to it. These two
different elements must collide in saakinah letters for the letter to be
formed correctly. For example,
has the tip of the tongue as one element of the articulation point, and the
gums of the two upper front teeth as the other.
with vowels on the other hand (except the medd and qalqalah letters), are
formed by a strong separation of the two parts of articulation. If
the separation is not done in a strong way, the letter will come out weak, or
will lose some of its characteristics during the articulation.
two concepts can be taken to an extreme and too much effort may be put forth
in the collision and separation leading to too much pressure on each letter
and a hard to listen to recitation. Without
listening to the student, a judgment cannot be made as to whether your
classmates are reading correctly or with too much effort.