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Volume :7 Issue : 25 1987      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Overuse Phenomenon and its Subdivisions in Classical Arabic (in Arabic)

Auther : Abdul Fatah Ahmed

This phenomenon deals with the overuse of Pronunciation and writing forms in the Arabic. The overuse cannot be considered regular according to grammatical and syntactic rules since Arabs employ various methods of word play for the purpose of simplification. Here are some subdivisions of this phenomenon:

First: What has been changed in its basis for simplification seems to be irregular forms in pronunciation and word use in spite that some of these forms are used more than others such as diversion,e.g.abaar (آبار) and araa' (آراء).

Second: Some subdivisions have been preferred to others, such as the overuse of irregular plural forms and decrease of harmonization forms because they are rerely used as in fou'ail (فُعَيْل) fou'aeil (فُعَيعِل) f'ou'eel (فُعَيعيل) therefore, fa'oul (فُعُول) is a plural of fa'el (فَعْل) rather than a plural of fi'lah (فَعُله) and fawa'el and (فَواعِل) is a feminine plural of fa'elah (فاعلة).

Finally: Some forms have been considered as tow wards made as if they are one word, e.g.halumma (هَلمَّ), where ma (ما) is connected with the preposition: Ya abati (يا أبَت) as one word: and some other examples that may be found in this paper, I hope that this paper will clarify this phenomenon.

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