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The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

(If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud? - see Seth J's comment)

The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

(If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud? - see Seth J's comment)

The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

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The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud?(If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud? - see Seth J's comment)

The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud?

The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

(If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud? - see Seth J's comment)

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Should a Chazzan repeatthe Shliach Tzibur say end verses out loud that he accidentally said-verses quietly to himself before saying them out loud?

The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should athe Chazzan still say "Hashem Elokechem Emet"finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, if whenor should he finishes Shemasay the last verse out loud as he accidentally says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself?arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

SimilarlyI would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, ifsince according to Bruchos 14a-b, when saying Kedushadavening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Baruch Kevod Hashem Mimekomo""Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself while the congregation says it, should he still repeat it"Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud or just continue with the next verse?

Should a Chazzan repeat end verses out loud that he accidentally said quietly to himself?

Should a Chazzan still say "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud, if when he finishes Shema he accidentally says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself?

Similarly, if when saying Kedusha, the Chazzan accidentally says "Baruch Kevod Hashem Mimekomo" to himself while the congregation says it, should he repeat it out loud or just continue with the next verse?

Should the Shliach Tzibur say end-verses quietly to himself before saying them out loud?

The Shliach Tzibur reads most prayers quietly until (about) the last verse, and then reads the last verse out loud (either for the congregation to follow along, or for them to answer Amen). Should the Chazzan finish the paragraph quietly to himself before repeating the last verse out loud, or should he say the last verse out loud as he arrives at that verse, without repeating it.

I would think repeating verses wouldn't be ok, since according to Bruchos 14a-b, when davening, one should not repeat words (aside from times you make a mistake and need to repeat the prayer again), however this may not apply to a Shliach Tzibur who is expected to say those verses out loud.

If it's the case that Chazzan is not supposed to repeat the last line: if he finishes Shema and accidentally forgets to pause, and he says "Hashem Elokechem Emet" quietly to himself, should he still repeat "Hashem Elokechem Emet" out loud?

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