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    How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"

    I am a new revert, and I have wondered... how do you pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum" to a fellow Muslim?

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    Re: How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"

    as [as in christmAS]
    salaam [prolonged 'aam']
    alay [as in 'ALLAY']
    kum [as in kom]

    Sorry for not being exact but I promise you will learn very quick brother

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    Re: How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"

    ass -lamo alaikom wa rahmato llah wa barakatuh

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    Re: How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"

    It's got an 3ayn in it, if you know any native speakers of Arabic then ask them to teach you how to say it. Most non Arabs say it wrong (3ayn is not an easy letter to pronounce!) - otherwise pronounce it as detailed above in TariqIbnKhattab's post





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    Re: How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"



    Here is a link with an audio clip of different ways to say Salam. Look under the 'Pronunciation' section and click 'audio clip.'

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/As-Salamu_Alaykum

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    Re: How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"

    Quote Originally Posted by dhakiyya View Post
    It's got an 3ayn in it, if you know any native speakers of Arabic then ask them to teach you how to say it. Most non Arabs say it wrong (3ayn is not an easy letter to pronounce!) - otherwise pronounce it as detailed above in TariqIbnKhattab's post
    yep sister I just didnt know how to give an example of the 3yn, but you are correct

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    Re: How to pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum"

    Quote Originally Posted by mvdoso View Post
    I am a new revert, and I have wondered... how do you pronounce "As-Salamu Alaykum" to a fellow Muslim?
    welcome to the Ummah.

    Akhi=My Brother

    People will say it differently. You can search on YouTube and listen to how it is pronounced. Everyone has regional dialects and accents therefore it will sound differently from person:-

    1 Who lives in Yorkshire who will say (Aaaslaaamuew alaaaykum) They have the weirdest accents if I ever heard one. To

    2) A native Arab who will pronounce it correctly with tajweed.
    Last edited by islam4u; 26-11-09 at 07:52 AM. Reason: scribble :)

 

 

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