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Volume :32 Issue : 125 2014      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Interchangeability Of Imperfect Jussive and Subjunctive Moods in Former Arabic Dialects (in Arabic)

Auther : Bandar Alshammari

The present research purports to describe certain Arabic dialects which contradicted what Arabs were familiar with, namely by using the jussive in place of the accusative and vice-versa. In order to gain more knowledge about this topic, an attempt to trace the evidence left by the users of this dialect in both prose and verse has  been made.The views of the grammarians and their interpretations of such pieces of evidence are equally explored in this research. Finally, to give a full account of the above, the investigated issues have been organized as follows:
First, there is a presentation of the common dialect followed by a description of the less common dialect which constitutes the main object of this study, with a special acknowledgment attributed to the first reporters. Second, the research describes various pieces of evidence, whenever they are available, as they were respectively provided by the Holy Quran, the Hadith, and poetry. Third, the specialists' opinions and interpretations following each elucidation are equally discussed, knowing that the ordering of all the relevant topics follows the same ordering of Ibin Malik's ``Alfyiah''. The last section of this research presents the results of the investigation and the recommendations pertaining to the discussed issue, in addition to a general list of references.

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