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## within the first six words of the fourth Bracha (ברוך אתה ה' אלקינו מלך העולם), one should continue with the special Bracha (שנתן...) mentioned in the last option. <ref>Halachos of Brachos (pg 515) </ref>
## after one said the seventh word in the fourth Bracha, one should continue and not repeat Birkat Hamazon. <Ref> S”A 188:7 writes that one doesn’t need to repeat Birkat HaMazon if one forgot [[Yaaleh VeYavo]] on Chol HaMoed because there’s no obligation to have a bread meal on Chol HaMoed. </ref>
===Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh/Chol Hamoed/Yom Tov===
# In a situation where one needs to recite retzeh for shabbat in addition to yaaleh veyavo for whatever occasion, retzeh should be recited first. <ref> Chazon Ovadia Berachot page 98 in accordance with the rule of tadir vishe'ayno tadir, tadir kodem. </ref>
# If one began to say yaaleh veyavo before saying retzeh some poskim say he should continue with yaaleh veyavo and when he finishes to say retzeh <ref> Chazon Ovadia Berachot page 98, Mikor Chaim 188: page 330, Sh"t Divrei Malkiel 1:10, Sh"t Maharshag 1:22. In Chazon Ovadia, Chacham Ovadia Yosef says that preferably one should add "et yom hashabbat hazeh" before mentioning the day for which you're saying yaaleh veyavo. </ref> and other poskim say to stop wherever you remembered and say retzeh and yaaleh veyavo in the proper order. <ref> The Shaagas Aryeh 20 says that one should stop there and say retze and yaale viyavo in the correct order. Sh"t Rav Pealim 2:40 says the same, and brings a proof from the Rama 684:6 where he says that for torah reading if you start chanuka’s before rosh chodesh’s, then stop and do rosh chodesh’s reading. </ref>
===If meal extended after sunset===
# If the meal extended until after sunset on [[Yom Tov]], Chol Hamoed, or [[Rosh Chodesh]] and one has to insert the special Bracha between the third and fourth Bracha this special Bracha should be said without Shem UMalchut meaning one should just say ברוך שנתן…<ref>Halachos of Brachos (pg 511) based on Biur Halacha 188:10 D”H mazkir, Kesot HaShulchan 47:3 </ref>

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