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At the end of every verse in the haftarah, there is a sof pasuk. Is there a sof haftarah at the end of the portion, or do you just do a regular sof pasuk?

EDIT: I am not asking about the actual trope, I'm asking if (in Ashkenazic cantillation) you make a change to the end of a haftarah portion to show finality and to transition to the blessings afterwards.

At the end of every verse in the haftarah, there is a sof pasuk. Is there a sof haftarah at the end of the portion, or do you just do a regular sof pasuk?

At the end of every verse in the haftarah, there is a sof pasuk. Is there a sof haftarah at the end of the portion, or do you just do a regular sof pasuk?

EDIT: I am not asking about the actual trope, I'm asking if (in Ashkenazic cantillation) you make a change to the end of a haftarah portion to show finality and to transition to the blessings afterwards.

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Is there a Sof Haftarah?

At the end of every verse in the haftarah, there is a sof pasuk. Is there a sof haftarah at the end of the portion, or do you just do a regular sof pasuk?