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  • Bint_Hajj
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    I don't do recitation contests or competitions. :o

    Question: What time suits you for revision? Mornings, evenings, afternoons? Whenever? And for memorisation?

    Would be good to know what experienced reciters suggest, advise....
    I do the opposite of faatima18:

    Memorization: after Maghrib
    Revision: morning and during the day

    This works for me because when I memorize at night I can sleep on it, and it feels more solid in the morning. I can also review it during the day and it's almost like "old" materials. For some reason when I memorize in the morning I feel like I'm "chasing it" all day, hoping not to forget. lol But when I memorize at night, I wake up and it's already there.

    Revision throughout the day, mostly morning. I tend to be busy so focus for a while in the a.m., then do more during the day when I have free time.

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  • faatima18
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    I don't do recitation contests or competitions. :o

    Question: What time suits you for revision? Mornings, evenings, afternoons? Whenever? And for memorisation?
    memorisation = mornings
    revision= evenings

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  • rehmanq1
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    Asalam O Alaikum To All...
    Just joined the forum,i hav a question.can one memorise the quran from translation(i mean not arabic just translation in english).i am a pakistani teen 18 years so i hav a gud interest in islam,of course i will learn arabic later.the reason why i wanna learn it in english is firstly,i am gud in english becuz i studied in english medium and secondly,i want to have that knowledge of quran and understand it also plus who knows when will death come for one so i think its gud to understand it first.hav memorised surah al mulk and some part of surah barkarah.em a fast learner so what do u guys say?

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  • Hamnah
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    I don't do recitation contests or competitions. :o

    Question: What time suits you for revision? Mornings, evenings, afternoons? Whenever? And for memorisation?

    Would be good to know what experienced reciters suggest, advise....

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  • Bint_Hajj
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    No way.

    Lol!

    I don't have the guts to enter any kind of contest either.
    It's practically one of my worst nightmares.

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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by Bint_Hajj View Post
    Are you entering the contest?
    No way.

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  • Bint_Hajj
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
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    Are you entering the contest?

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  • F_R
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  • F_R
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    Hifdh and other life commitments are interesting combo.

    Bump.

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  • Meriadoc
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    :masha: really useful thread :o

    *subscribes*

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  • AhlulQuran88
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    Sh Mohamed azawi demostrating some of the musical notes

    A big issue of contention between the recitors may allah preserve us.

    I have personally not been taught the 7 Arabian notes but nonetheless i recite no two passages the same way.

    The difference in opinion originates from the various ahadeeth that tell us to beautify our voices when reading the Quran. The understanding of these ahadeeth is the cause.

    One party argues that musical notes were part of pre islamic arabia and therefore were used by the sahaba.

    Other party whose case is much stronger argue from a number of points. Amongst them being the lack of isnaad for the art of maqamaat or arabian musical note

    May allah keep us on the straight path
    Last edited by AhlulQuran88; 10-02-14, 01:10 PM.

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  • the_middle_road
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    Courtesy of sister faatima18 jazakillahu khairan

    :jkk:

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  • F_R
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    Courtesy of sister faatima18 jazakillahu khairan

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  • AbulUthman
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    MashaAllah!

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  • Hafiz121
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    جزاك الله خيرا
    Im doing hifz ماشاءاللہ

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