RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 6 Area: Language Teaching

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Djemaa ZERROUKI
METHOD OF TALEB IBN HAMDOUN BIN AL-HADJ, IN HIS COMMENTARY ON THE EXPLANATION OF BEHREK ON THE LITERACY OF VERBS OF IBN MALIK
 
The verbal illiteracy of Ibn Malik Al-Andalusian (d. 672 AH) did not get the same as his millennium, and perhaps this is due to its limitation to some morphological sections only, or to its brevity, but the one who is aware of it realizes the extent of its hoarding with valuable and less important things that came in the millennium This confirms what some grammarians have done to annotate them and annotations, which formed an integral with what came in its textual body of texts, and this integration is recently called "the term" radioactive bibliogram of texts "or" the dichotomy of texts "and can be represented in a diagram that will be revealed by the pages of the intervention. Among the important explanations that were found was, the "retinue of Ibn Hamdoun", which accumulated evidence and opinions of Arab sculptors in the East and the Maghreb, and collected many submerged works. On this basis, a "sample for study" was selected in order to describe what was stated in it? and to introduce the methodology of its author. The analysis of what is in its body will be according to the following plan: _ Brief introduction to the student Ibn Hamdoun bin Al-Hadj.

Keywords: Explanation, Verb Illiteracy, Annotation, Methodology, Stratification of Texts.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.6-3.1
 
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