Having conducted a phonetic Investigation focusing on the syllable and toning for the utterances of access and egress in Quran, thefollowing has been pointed out:


1-The Quran uses the utterances of access and egress in the literal sense. It is the pivotal meaning for such utterances in all of their instances. Few of these utterances do not express the literal meaning; however, their meaning could relate back to the literal meaning as in the following words: revenue, abscess, etc. 2-Besides what have been introduced of the various definitions for the syllable, the realization is that the smallest unit of the language could be a word, a part of word which consists of an aphonic phoneme followed by a phonic one which represents the climax of hearing and this climax of hearing in itself is in harmony with the psyche which varies across languages. 3-Considering the syllabic system, the results point out that the language of Quran tends to be of three syllables for the utterances of access and of four syllables for the utterances of egress. 4-The investigation shows that the open syllables are in accordance with the instances of dignifying and satisfying access. As for the closed syllables, they are consistent with instances of vehemence, sarcasm, waring, and affront. Moreover, the syllable could be a tool for taking the precedence the Quranic readings in regard to the context. 5-The study defines the linguistic toning as the dynamic phonetic performance for expressing the various contextual situations. Or, it is the rising and falling alteration, whether intentional or unintentional, that occur in the speaker’s voice to express his or her condition. 6-The study suggests to form a committee of experts in phonetics, reciting, and Quranic readings. And there should be arecitation for Quran according the modern theories of phonetics.Having conducting these two steps, it would be plausible to compare these recitations tothe recitations of renowned reciters in order to identify the areas of congruence and difference between the two recitations. In addition, this investigation could be a criterion to judge how valid the modern phonetic reading since there is no deleterious effect for the Prophet’s teachings urge to diversify the vocal performance when it comes to reciting the Quran.