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

The Grammatical Probability of the Accusative Nouns in Surat Maryam


Hanaa Idan Mahdi Al-Juaifari

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221112

Keywords: Arabic Probability, Accusative Nouns, Quranic Readings, Surat Maryam


Abstract

The word of God confuses all of his creation, because of what is distinguished by it, and because it is something unlike it, all scholars differed from the commentators and grammarians about it. I wanted to search in his dear book and in one of its honorable surahs, and because it was a surah that was neither long nor short, and the names mentioned in it were many, I chose (Surat Maryam - the Blessed). The aim of the study is that many of its word structures differed in which scholars from grammarians, visual and Kufic interpreters, and the reasons for this is a difference in its facts and reading of its verses in the introduction, delay and omission, and variation in its grammatical functions and expansion in its meanings and the tribal fanaticism that affected its words and consequently on its expression. All of this generated different Arabic form, some of which could be interpreted as three. I took samples from this and that and detailed opinions and evidence. All of this proved that the basis of the grammatical difference in the plurality of Arabic possibilities is two axes, the most important of which is the meaning and the second is its relevance to the grammatical rule, as well as the many semantics of the words of the honorable verse.

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