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If a person forgot to recite Shacharit, does he make up Pesukei De'zimra when he recites Mincha?
If a person forgot to recite Shacharit or Arvit, may he make up the missed Tefila by listening to the Chazan's repetition during the subsequent prayer during Shacharit if one missed Arvit, or Mincha
If a person missed a prayer because he lost a relative, Heaven forbid, and was therefore exempt from praying until after the burial, must he recite an additional Amida during the subsequent prayer?
If a person missed Arvit and serves as the Chazan during Shacharit, or if one missed Shacharit and serves as Chazan during Mincha, can his repetition of the Amida count as his extra Amida to make up
If a woman customarily prays Shacharit, Mincha and Arvit every day, and one day she forgot to recite one of the Tefilot, must she recite an additional Amida to make up the missed prayer?
If a person missed Shacharit and must therefore recite an extra Amida during Mincha, but he mistakenly had in mind that the first Amida constitutes the "make up" prayer while the second fulfills the
If a person missed Shacharit and therefore recites an extra Amida during Mincha, and after reciting the two prayers he realized that he had made a mistake during the first prayer requiring that he re
If a person missed Arvit and remembered only after the end of the fourth hour the following day, but before Chatzot (midday as defined by Halacha), may he still recite an Amida to make up for his mis
If a person forgot to recite Mincha and remembered only after Chatzot (midnight as defined by Halacha), but before morning, may he still recite an Amida to make up for his missed prayer?
If a person who missed Arvit recited an extra Amida after reciting Ashrei during Shacharit, should he then repeat Ashrei before reciting La'menatzei'ach and U'va Le'tziyon?
If a person missed Arvit and must therefore recite an additional Amida during Shacharit, may he first listen to the Chazan's repetition of the Amida before reciting the extra Amida?
If a person forgot to recite Mincha and must therefore recite an additional Amida during Arvit, should he recite Ashrei before the second Amida?
If a person must make up a Tefila, but he allowed a significant period of time to elapse after reciting the current prayer, may he still recite the make up prayer?
If a person forgot to recite Shacharit on Rosh Chodesh, can he make up the missed prayer by reciting an extra Musaf prayer?
If after reciting Musaf on Rosh Chodesh a person remembered that he had not recited Shacharit, may he still recite Shacharit, assuming that the final time for Shacharit has yet to pass?
If one forgot to recite Musaf, does he recite an extra Amida during the subsequent prayer?
If a person missed a Tefila and failed to make it up during the subsequent prayer, does he make it up by reciting an extra Amida during the next prayer (e.g. making up a missed Shacharit during Arvit
If a person forgot to recite Arvit and he remembered only after he recited Musaf the following morning, may he still recite an extra Amida to make up for the missed Arvit prayer?
If one forgot to recite Ne'ila on Yom Kippur, does he recite an extra Amida during Arvit to make up for the missed prayer?
If a person who had yet to recite Mincha recited an Amida before sundown with the intention of reciting Arvit, does he now recite an additional Amida to make up for the missed Mincha prayer?
If a person missed a prayer as a result of his involvement in business operations, is he allowed the opportunity to make up the missed prayer by reciting an extra Amida during the subsequent Tefila?
If a person intentionally missed a prayer, may he recite an extra Amida with the subsequent prayer as a Tefilat Nedava (voluntary prayer)?
If one misses Mincha on Friday afternoon and must therefore recite an extra Amida during Arvit on Friday night, which Amida does he recite to make up the missed Tefila: the Amida for Shabbat, or the
If a person missed Mincha on Friday afternoon, and on Friday night he recited first a weekday Amida followed by the Shabbat Amida, must he repeat the Shabbat Amida?
If a person forgot to recite Arvit on Friday night, which Amida does he recite Shabbat morning to make up the missed Tefila?
If a person forgot to recite Mincha on Erev Rosh Chodesh, and he therefore recites an extra Amida at Arvit, does he add Ya'aleh Ve'yavo in the second Amida?
If a person who forgot to recite Mincha on Erev Rosh Chodesh then forgot to recite Ya'aleh Ve'yavo during Arvit, but he did insert Ya'aleh Ve'yavo in the second Amida recited to make up for Mincha, m
If a person forgot to recite Mincha on the final day when Barchenu is recited in place of Barech Aleinu, does he recite Barech Aleinu in the second Amida he recites at Arvit?
If a person forgot to recite Mincha on Shabbat, and when reciting Arvit he forgot to insert Ata Chonantanu, should he recite Ata Chonantanu in the second Amida he recites to make up for the missed Mi
If a person forgot to recite Arvit on Motza'ei Shabbat and must therefore recite an additional Amida during Shacharit on Sunday morning, does he add Ata Chonantanu to either of the two prayers he rec
If a person mistakenly recited a weekday Amida for Mincha on Shabbat afternoon, does he recite an additional Amida at Arvit?
If a person forgot to insert Ya'aleh Ve'yavo during Mincha on Rosh Chodesh, must he recite an additional Amida at Arvit?
If a person forgot to recite Ya'aleh Ve'yavo at Mincha on the sixth day of Pesach, does he recite an additional Amida at Arvit that night?
If a person forgot to recite Ya'aleh Ve'yavo at Mincha on Hoshana Rabba, does he recite an additional Amida at Arvit that night (the night of Shemini Atzeret)?
If a person forgot to recite Shacharit on the first day of Pesach and must therefore recite an additional Amida at Mincha, does he recite in the extra Amida "Mashiv Ha'ru'ach" or "Morid Ha'tal"?
If a person mistakenly recited Ya'aleh Ve'yavo when it was not warranted, must he repeat the Amida?
If on Chanukah or Purim a person mistakenly recited Al Ha'nissim during Retzei, rather than in its appropriate place (in the Beracha of Modim), must he repeat the Amida?