If you’re like most Muslims, you probably have a Quran nearby, but you don’t know the first thing about it—other than that it’s one of the most revered texts in your faith Learning Quran Classes. If that sounds like you, then it’s time to change your game.
Reciting and reading Qur’an is an act of worship that must be carried out in a manner that is pleasing to Allah (swt). Thus, it’s essential to understand how to recite and read Qur’an. If you have just started learning about recitation, it can be easy to get confused. With so many different rules in play, finding a method to learn them all can be intimidating.
To get a little more out of your recitation, use an app to time yourself. Set a timer for five minutes and recite along with the app, then take notes on how you can improve over what was recorded. Repeat until you’ve hit all 30 juz’ (parts) in your chosen translation.
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Surroundings and Environment
One thing a lot of people forget to take into account when learning how to recite and memorize from a printed text is their surroundings. It’s essential to eliminate as many distractions as possible, whether it be visual or auditory. You want a quiet, comfortable place where you won’t be disturbed and don’t have anything competing for your attention
Repeating after someone
Rehearsing your recitation by repeating after someone is a great way to make sure you’re pronouncing things correctly. You can learn to do so properly in Salah, or if that’s not possible, try listening to a recorded tajweed recitation and following along. It may feel awkward at first, but soon you will be able to follow along without much effort.
Recording the Audio on your Phone
While using your mobile phone to record audio for your lesson, remember to get close to your mouth. This will help you sound as natural as possible and reduce background noise. If it’s possible, it’s also a good idea to do a test recording in advance in case you need any adjustments made before hitting publish.