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In Mishna Maseches Sukkah 3:11 it says that the after Beracha of Hallel is not obligatory like the first Beracha -so it's obvious that one would not say the after Beracha in the case of the question.
According to what it says in SA YD 281:5 and in 16:11 she would be believed.
If a congregation did not read the Parsha (portion) of the Torah one Shabbos they read that Parsha the next Shabbos, but if the Shabbos they didn't read (or the next Shabbos) was a double Parsha or the next Shabbos was a new Chumash (e.g. they didn't read Vayichee) then there is a disagreement whether they should make up for the missed Parshiyos. See SA OC ...
One says Al Hanissim all 8 days of Channukah (ShA OC 682:1). One who does not live in a city walled from the days of Joshua or in Shushan says Al Hanissim on the 14th of Adar (ShA OC 693:2). One who lives in a walled city from the days of Joshua or in Shushan says Al Hanissim on the 15th of Adar, even if it falls on Shabbat when the Megillah is read on ...
Mishna Berura 489:32: If a person makes a mistake in the counting the best option is to fix it “toch kdei dibbur” (appx 3 seconds). If too much time passes and it is the type of mistake which disqualifies the count, he should count over again and make a new Bracha. Regarding if he realized his mistake in the morning, it would be similar to one who totally ...
For an extensive study of the Magdil-Migdol issue, see Rabbi Raymond Apple's article that appeared in the Jewish Bible Quarterly. It is reproduced at http://www.oztorah.com/2013/03/magdil-migdol-liturgical-responses-to-textual-variants/
According to what it says in SA at the end Siman 685 that by Rosh Chodesh that falls out on Chanukah and you started to read the part for Chanukah (instead of Rosh Chodesh) you must interrupt and go to Rosh Chodesh (see Mishnah Berurah & Bi'ur Halacha), all the more so on a regular Monday. As far as 4 or 5 Aliyot, it has to be a total of 4 because it is ...
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