Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The Letter (Thuma) between Neglect and Realization (An Analytical Study of its Occurrence in the Glorious Qur’an)


Dr. Abd-Gawaad Abd Al-Hassan Ali Al-Baydhani

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221086

Keywords: Letter Exits, Temporal Thema, Spatial Thema, Conjunctions Thema, Neglected.


Abstract

(Thuma) appeared in (330) places in the Noble Qur’an, and its function varied between the conjunction of a sentence upon a sentence, as well as the conjunction of the accusative and predicate verb, prepositional phrase, but it did not fall in the Qur’anic text singular noun conjunction on a singular noun. Therefore, the grammarians’ opinions varied in its pronunciation and in its function, as some of them believe that its pronunciation is (Fum) (Jamal al-Din Muhammad ibn Makram, 1300 AH), this is due to the convergence of the two articulators of the two letters (thaa and faa) in pronunciation, so the sound of the letter (thaa) is the sound of my teeth, and the sound of the letter (faa) is oral to my teeth (Manaf Mahdi al-Mousawi, 1993), this pronunciation is steady in analogy, and odd in use, and it seems to the researcher that this is a dialect of one of the tribes in southern Arabia and northern Yemen, As for the places where it appears in the Noble Qur’an, most of its uses are devoted to the conjunction of the Phrase (Dr. Muhammad Abdul Khaliq Udayma, 2009), and the consensus of grammarians is achieved that it is a non-functional letter, so it does not have an effect on it in syntax, and some of the earlier grammarians and modernists claimed that it is a factor that makes the present tense verb, and there is a point of view (Dr. Aid Karim Alwan, 1966), according to the majority of grammarians and commentators, it is presented in two parts: the first: temporal, which indicates inaction at the time of the act, and the other: non-temporal, which indicates the disparity in ranks and not in times.

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