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Halacha - Dik Duk in Prayer
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

While one should be careful not to mangle the pronunciation of the words beyond recognition, it is not very important to be precise in pronouncing each word according to all the grammatical nuances. It is certainly more important to understand the basic meaning of the words, and at least as important to feel the meaning behind the text.

posted:2009-01-22 12:15:46

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