Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 2   Area: Literature

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Aicha ABIZA

IRREPLACEABLE SENTENCES OF EXPRESSION IN THE TEXT BETWEEN TWO CONCEPTS: ‎FUNCTION AND REFLECTION

The subject of parsing constituted all the issues of Arabic grammar ‎and the controversy surrounding it from ancient times to the present day. ‎Therefore, the Arabic grammar was characterized as a sentence that adheres ‎to analyzing its elements from a formal perspective, and thus neglected the ‎text in one way or another, and although the sentence in its analysis and ‎expression is a detailed parsing carving Indeed, this trend, however, when ‎grammarians were exposed to syntax or locating them in syntax, they ‎exceeded that because they realize that composing a sentence from linguistic ‎units that are vocabulary is subject to the law of syntax in a way that ‎applies to the syntax of text sentences (and sentences are the linguistic units ‎of the text), as they saw the specificity of parsing in Sentences because some ‎of them replace the singular and it is thus functionally compatible with it (ie ‎interpreted in the singular), and some of them differ functionally with the ‎singular so it is not interpreted in the singular.

Keywords: Arabic Grammar,‏‎ Sentence‏, Text,Function, Reflection‏.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.16.28


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