Welcome to the eleventh lesson on how to recite the Quran in Arabic using the famous Noorani Qaida booklet.
In this lesson we will be introduced to the second long vowel, standing kasrah.
After the Arabic alphabet, short vowels, sakin, and standing fatha, now we're going to cover the second long vowel.
The second of the long vowels is the standing kasrah.
The difference between the standing kasrah and the regular kasrah is that it is stretched a second longer but has the same "E" sound.
A standing kasrah is a upright line drawn on the bottom of the Arabic letter.