Al-Balqa Journal for Research & Studies

Published by: Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Ahliyya Amman University

ISSN (Print Version): 1684-0615, ISSN (Online Version): 2616-2814

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The Phenomenon of Preference between the Holy Quran and the Language

Volume 9, Issue No 1, 2002

Pages: 223 - 246

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This Research aims at establishing the origin of some Arabic Syntactic rules through the most Literary styles (the Qur‘an style) shade of Qur‘an style as well as termination of some issues of disagreement concerning syntactic problems. This research attempts to study the issues of style of preference through the Holy Quran. It includes concept of preference, definition of noun of preference. situations of it on account of wording, method of it for Conditions have not been fulfilled, measures of it and four positions of it also contained resemblance between noun of preference and similar adjective resemblance between it and interjection. It also includes dissimilarity between it and similar adjective, dissimilarity between it and interjection action of it, making it intransitive with preposition, genitive of noun of preference. The study has achieved main results, more importance of them are as follows: naming of noun of preference is more proper. The comprehensive definition for noun preference is: it is a noun derived from infinitive noun for feminine, indicates mostly for masculine and on measure of that two things participated in a mark, and one of them has come more than other in that mark. It may not indicate to that. It also indicates in most forms to contention and duration. Nouns of preference come out from the meaning of preference to another meaning, as mockery. The similarity between noun of preference and similar adjective as well as interjection is strong. Truly genitive of noun of preference is mental as well as verbal for some time.


Phenomenon of Preference - Holy Quran - Language.



AbedAl-Majeed, A.


  The Phenomenon of Preference between the Holy Quran and the Language.

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