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===Rosh Chodesh===
# On [[Rosh Chodesh]] one should say Yaaleh VeYavo during Retzeh of [[Shemoneh Esrei]]. <ref> S"A 422:1 </ref>
# If one forgets Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arvit once one finished the Bracha of Retzeh (and all the more so if one finished [[Shemoneh Esrei]]) one doesn’t return to the Bracha or repeat [[Shemoneh Esrei]]. The same is true whether it is the first or second day of [[Rosh Chodesh]]. <Ref>Gemara Brachot 30b says that if one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo at Mariv/Arivt one shouldn’t repeat [[Shemoneh Esrei]] because the Bet Din doesn’t sanctify the moon during the night. The Gemara says that it doesn’t matter whether it’s the first or second day of [[Rosh Chodesh]]. This is codified in Tur and S”A 422:1. </ref>
## If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo and remembered before Baruch Atta Hashem one should go back to Yaaleh VeYavo and continue from there. However if one remembers after Baruch Atta Hashem then one doesn’t go back. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 294:7, 422:2 </ref>
# If one forgot Yaaleh VeYavo in Shacharit or Mincha and remembers:
# If someone thought to say Yaaleh VeYavo before Davening and then a long time afterwards remembers vaguely then one is assumed to have fulfilled one’s obligation. <ref> Mishna Brurah 422:10 </ref>
# However, if one remembered immediately afterwards then we assume that one didn’t say Yaaleh VeYavo. <ref> Mishna Brurah 422:10 </ref>
# If one forgot to say Yaaleh VeYavo in Mincha of [[Rosh Chodesh]] and only remembers at night (after [[Rosh Chodesh]]) one should say two [[Shemoneh Esrei]]s of Maariv (without Yaaleh VeYavo) as Tashlumin and the second one should be said with a stipulation of being a voluntary prayer (if I’m obligated let this be a obligatory prayer and if not let it be a voluntary one). <ref>S”A 108:11, Mishna Brurah 108:33-34 </ref>
==Yaaleh VeYavo in Benching==
## after finishing the third Bracha before starting the fourth Bracha one should insert a special Bracha ברוך אתה ה' אלקינו מלך העולם שנתן ראשי חדשים לעמו ישראל לזכרון. <Ref>S”A 188:7 writes that whether it’s by day or night if one remembers that one forgot Yaaleh VaYavo between the third and fourth Bracha should insert the special Bracha of ברוך שנתן ראשי חדשים לעמו ישראל לזכרון. Biur Halacha D”H Omer and Mishna Brurah 188:25 conclude that one should say אתה ה' אלקינו מלך העולם in the beginning of the Bracha.</ref>
## 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 [[Rosh Chodesh]] because there’s no obligation to have a bread meal on [[Rosh Chodesh]]. </ref>
===Yom Tov===
# On [[Yom Tov]] one should insert Yaaleh VeYavo in the middle of the third Bracha of Birkat HaMazon. <Ref>S”A 188:4,5 </ref>
## before saying Hashem’s name at the end of the third Bracha, one should return to Yaaleh VeYavo and then continue from there. <ref>Halachos of Brachos (pg 510) </ref>
## after saying Hashem’s name but before saying Boneh Yerushalayim, one should immediately say למדני חוקיך which is the conclusion of a פסוק in Tehillim and then return to Yaaleh Veyavo and continue from there. <ref>Halachos of Brachos (pg 510) </ref>
## after finishing the third Bracha before starting the fourth Bracha one should insert a special Bracha ברוך אתה ה' אלקינו מלך העולם שנתן מועדים לעמו ישראל לששון ולשמחה את יום חג (פלוני) הזה <ref>Halachos of Brachos (pg 513) writes that the special Bracha to insert on Chol HaMoed is ברוך אתה ה' אלקינו מלך העולם שנתן מועדים לעמו ישראל לששון ולשמחה את יום חג. (פלוני) הזה. This is based on Mishna Brurah 188:27 who writes that the special Bracha of Chol HaMoed doesn’t have a conclusion like the Bracha of [[Rosh Chodesh]]. </ref>
## 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 [[Yaaleh VeYavo]] 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>

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