الوجيز | 7 الغلط في نطق حرف الجيم

Dear all, Welcome Throughout this video we will talk about wrong pronunciations of Sound “jim” My name is A’sem Al-Sayed from Aanadel Welcome I am going to tackle a common mistake in pronouncing “jim” especially among Media professionals in Egypt who pronounce “jim” as Cairo dwellers like the sound (g) ag They are distinguished by this pronunciation among other Standard Arabic-Speaking Media and some Egyptians strongly believe in the eloquence of their pronunciation In my opinion Standard “Jim” is a strong plosive voiced letter strong means that it is short and noncontinuous we can’t keep going in pronouncing its sound it’s just: aj because we pronounce it by totally closing its articulation its articulation also is from the middle of the tongue which raises towards the upper palate (the roof of the tongue) in a manner that air is
completely compressed behind this closure then, the speaker could produce a plosive
sound as jim is a plosive sound aj while “jim” pronounced by Cairo dwellers (ag) is like the voiced Kaf “ك” in its articulation (similar to the sound [g] in English) I believe that it is not considered to be eloquence as it was not included in any of the ten approved Qura’n Recitation Modes (Qira’at) as those Ten Qura’n Recitation Modes
embrace all different Arabic dialects to facilitate Qura’n Recitation Those Qura’n Recitation Modes was transmitted from generation to generation till nowadays under three strict terms First The authenticity of chain of narration of those Recitation Modes they should be reliable and trustworthiness till the top of the chain, back to the Prophet-peace and blessings be upon him- back to Jabriel-peace be upon him, back to Allah The Almighty the second term is to absolutely match Arabic it is impossible to think that Holy Qura’n contradicts Arabic Rules whether in its pronunciation, morphology or grammar Yet, Qura’nic verses are taken as evidences to authenticate the rules of Grammar, morphology and phonetics in Arabic as the Holy Qura’n is the words of Allah The Almighty and His words are the most superior in its eloquence, rhetoric and soundness The language of the Holy Qura’n is miraculous the third term is to meet the Uthmanic Recension (standardised version of the Holy Qur’an) which was published by Caliph Uthman ibn Affan- May Allah be pleased with him- to all Islamic Lands In addition “jim” pronounced by Cairo dwellers is a sound (like (g) in English) used by Cairo and Alexandria citizens yet, citizens in Upper Egypt do not use this sound some of them pronounce the plosive sound of “jim” saying Jamal Abdul Nasser was born here and some pronounce “jim” as D in some areas at Upper Egypt like Girga One of my friends used to say: “My name is Dom’a” “جمعة” with D According to the dialect of United Arab Emirates, “jim” is pronounced as “y” saying “Dyay” instead of “Dajaj” (which means Chicken) so, how can we extract an evidence from the sounds in dialects, that not differ only from country to another but differ from city to another The pronunciation of People of Yemen and Oman of “jim” as Cairo dwellers does not prove that this sound is eloquent so why does the Egyptian Media alone regard this sound as standard unlike other Standard Arabic-Speaking Media? I got amazed while participating in a Training Workshop with one of interviewers at BBC when she advised the trainees to pronounce “jim” as “g” justifying that standard Jim is heavy! however, she is not allowed to apply this while working! as she must pronounce the standard jim as strong and plosive let me ask another question. Is standard “jim” really heavy? Is the Holy Qura’n with its ten Recitation Modes heavy? we, in our childhood, used to watch Masked Tiger, Grendizer and Detective Conan (translated cartoon series) listening to the standard “jim” which was not heavy at all to our tiny ears The dilemma here dear ones is that i found some of my trainees pronounce “jim” as “g” in reciting the Holy Qura’n It was hard to convince them that this is wrong because they believe that this sound is eloquent We recite Holy Qur’an following Ḥafṣ on the authority of A’sim Neither Hafs nor A’sim pronounced this sound (g) or any other Reciters Most of people who was not used to pronounce standard “jim” during their childhood make mistake in pronouncing it because they do not complete the process of raising their tongue till the upper palate so an air comes with its pronunciation so it seems to be like sound “ش” (sh) I heard them saying “agsh” This is also wrong The right way is as we mentioned before that “jim” is strong and plosive sound accompanied by a full closure of its articulation by which we could not produce a continuous sound and air does not come out while its pronunciation For example “Idhaa jaa’a Nasrullahi wal Fath” (An-Nasr [110:1-3]) another example:
وسائل التواصل الاجتماعية with Qalqalah (echo) as it is voiceless Yet, i use the sound (g) while talking Arabic slang in my daily life but i can pronounce the standard “jim” at the same time as i learnt how to pronounce it when i was young and i used to hear it so, i can pronounce it while reciting Qura’n and reading the News as well as on my profession at media Media should improve its Language proficiency if the audience hear correct Arabic at our media and above our minbars at courts The result will be much different than nowadays Language is identity and a key to culture we need media that preserve and promote the language as well as boosting it what is your opinion about our lesson today? Is it useful for you? Do not hesitate to send us your feedback and questions like this video share it with your friends subscribe and turn on Notification Bell to be updated Do not forget that Al-Wajeez Series in the Art of Voice-Over is all available now on audio on A’nadel account on Soundcloud check its link in the Bio below See you Later InshaAllah Next Friday 2:00 pm Cairo time Stay creative boys Stay creative girls

38 Replies to “الوجيز | 7 الغلط في نطق حرف الجيم”

  1. عندنا بالحجاز ينطقون الجيم الفصيحة و لكن القاف تكون أضعف نوعًا ما . و انا شخصياً احس و أشعر أن الحجازيين هم أفصح من نطق الحروف أما من ناحية المفردات فلا اعتقد و الله اعلم

  2. الحلقة رائعة، مشكور مجهودكم. ملحوظة بسيطة: أعتقد إنه ليس من الصواب أن نقول أن لا يمكن للقرآن الكريم أن يخالف قواعد العربية، بل العكس تماماً فيجب أن توافق قواعد العربية القرآن. فالقرآن يحكم علي قواعد اللغة العربية وليس العكس! دمتم طيبين.

  3. أحسنت يا أستاذ عاصم بارك الله فيك ، ولكن أريد أن أصحح معلومة وهى أن القراءات القرآنية أحاطت باللهجات العربية فهذه المعلومة غير صحيحة وإنما الصحيح أن كل ما فى القراءات فصيح ولكن ليس كل فصيح فى القراءات . وجزاكم الله خيرا ، ونفع بكم ، وزادكم علما ورقيا وفصاحة .

  4. تحسب الإعلام المصري أنها منفردة بهذا الجيم القاهري
    وفي حقيقة الأمر أن الجيم القاهري أتت من قبائل اليمن أيام فتح مصر حيث مكثت القبائل فيها

  5. الموضوع جامد حبه حبة كده انت تدورلنا موضوع اللهجات المختلفة في البلاد العربية
    انا برايي لهجة مصرية اكتر ميزات بكل مافيه من المرونةوالإبداع والتطور..

  6. حلقة جميلة مفيدة
    وتلك الجيم المخلوطة بالشين نسميها عندنا بالجيم الجنوبية
    وشكرًا لكم على هذه المرئية 💜

  7. استشعر نفس الشئ
    احنا المصريين
    الوحيدون المتفردون بنطق الجيم جيم مصرية

  8. الفيديو مفيد ومحزن عندما اشاهد قنوات يوتيوب مصرين ومواضيع مفيدة لا اسطيع الإستمرار بسبب الأول هذا الحرف وهم ويقرأون بالعربية ويعلقون بالعربية ويبحثون على محرك البحث بالعربية أيضا ويتكلمون بسرعة وأحيانا أضع صيغة الكلام البطيء حتى افهم الموضوع المفيدة وعندما انتهي من الفيديو لم أفهم سوى ٦٠%
    وانا اتابع مصري واحد وقناة واحدة أفهمه بيوضوح كوضوح الشمس وهو عاصم وقناة عنادل
    اما الباقي ليس كثيرا
    استمر 🧡💛

  9. لا فض فوك ولكنه الاعتياد واتباع الهوى. فمن يدافع عن الجيم القاهرية إنما يدافع بعصبية ويعبرها جزءا من هويته لا أكثر.

  10. السلام عليكم، أنا متابعك من الهند. أتساءل لماذا يختلف نطق حرف الجيم بين اللهجات العربية في البلدان العربية فقط. عندنا في الهند لغات كثيرة ولكن لا نرى هذا الفرق في نطق حرف ما. على سبيل المثال حرف الجيم في اللغة الهندية (لغة الهند الرسمية) يكون هكذا ज (جا) ونفس الحرف باللغة الكندية (لغة في جنوب الهند) يكون هكذا ಜ (جا). لا يختلف نطق الحرف

  11. انا تركية اريد كثيرا ان اعلم اللغة العربية ولاكن يكون لي صعب جدا انا اشاهدكم دائما يكون فائدة

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