There are approximately 1.6 billion Muslims in the world and the Al-Quran acts as a catalyst to seek the importance in Islam. You can take a look here to read religious books and find ways to improve your Quran recitation fluency.


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Top Tips to Improve your Quran recitation fluency

It is an embarrassing situation if you stammer and stutter while reciting the Quran, in particularly if there are big events and activities. Read on to learn about the most fastest and most effective ways to increase your fluency in Quran recitation.

Practice makes perfect

There is an old saying from the Thai people that "if you want to be a good kicker...kick!" Same goes with your goal of improving your fluency in Quran recitation. Do it as frequently as possible, because nothing beats being discipline. Eventually, you will get better at it the more you recite it.

Build a new habit with an old habit

The best way to build a new habit is to link it with an old habit that you are used to doing every single day. It could be making your bed, brushing your teeth, or even drinking your morning coffee! It is advisable to link it with one or more of your 5 daily prayers. This method works the best because you are already in the state of wudhu. Stick to the commitment of reciting a short verse of Quran every day after each prayer.

Intelligent repetition

A quick hack to double or triple your efficiency and speed at reading the rQuran is to recite 2 pages of the book every night and 2 pages before you leave for work or school in the morning. Make sure to recite the same 2 pages within the same day so that you can aim to recite it quicker than your first attempt. Try to read a page at least 5 times each day.

Grasp some vocabulary

Get a Quranic vocabulary list and learn as many words as possible. If you manage to learn about 300 words, it accounts to about three-quarters of the entire Quran. However, only the right words should be learnt. This is because; there is a linkage between the recitation after learning the commonly occurring words. Being able to recognize the familiar words will speed up your recitation. This method cannot be replaced by the previous methods mentioned above as learning the Quranic vocabulary without reciting the Quran will still make you a slow reciter. As long as you learn 5-10 words a day for a month, you will be able understand 70% of the vocabulary in a month or so.

Listen to audio recitation

Find a reciter whose voice you would not mind listening to. Listen to the recitation while you read along to the script. If the reciter goes too fast for you to follow, just follow along with your finger. You can also try to go over the same page several times in a sitting until you are able to follow the same speed as the reciter.