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Volume :4 Issue : 13 1984      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Ommission of Prepositions As A Steady Grammatical Regent for the Accusative Case (in Arabic)

Auther : Abdul-Hamid Al-Sayed Teleb

Basri and jufi grammarians established their approach to grammar on the theory of “Grammatical Agent” whether verbal or non verbal. It from the sentence, what comes after it turns into the accusative case. Grammarians repeatedly stated the facts of the phenomenon but they did not classify the omission of prepositions as a Grammatical Agent.

The paper has traced this case in the various places where it appears and has found that the accusative case always appears whenever the preposition is omitted or left out from the preposition but to a supposed change in the verb from intransitive to transitive. If this explanation could be accepted in the case of preposition omission, it would be hard to do so when the omission involves an adverb of time or place.

The paper concludes that the omission of prepositions or adverbs should be considered an original agent for the accusative case, in this it is similar to the non-verbal agent which dictated that a subject or a verb in the present tense should have the inflectional dhamma ie (usound).

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