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Volume :28 Issue : 111 2010      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Where inflections do not serve their regular functions (in Arabic)

Auther : Jaza Al-Masarweh , Ahmmed Al-Btoosh

This study attempts to reveal the places where inflectional marks do not serve their regular functions, and also to illustrate the significance of reliance on other semantic indications instead of the inflectional marks in these places.
The study begins by discussing important ancient and modern opinions regarding the functions on the inflectional marks and their meanings.
Finally, the authors consider some of the important places where inflectional marks are nonexistent, such as variations in dialects, the phonomena of assimilation and adjacency in Arabic language, illusion, retaining the inflections of habitual words and poetic necessity.

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