International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies

Volume 1 - Issue 1 (1) | PP: 1 - 24 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/JALLS2019.1.1.1
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The Key Factor in Adverbs: A Study in Qur’anic Text in the Light of "What is Plausible in Adverbs is not so Anywhere Else" Principle

Hamdi Mahmoud Jabali
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
22/11/2018 5/1/2019 22/2/2019 26/1/2022
Abstract
This study traces Qur’anic verses that contain seemingly problematic issues in terms of the fact that the adverb is one of their constituents. Allocating the adverbial key factor in such verses has never gained Arabic linguists' unanimity at all; these linguists have had different perspectives and different explanations as well. The main objective of this study is to prove that among these perspectives is the affected entity is an adverb and that adverbs are plausible and capable of containing anything better than any other function word in Arabic. The current study is consistent with other related literature in the sense that all have shown that the Qur’anic text, unlike any other text, is smoothly and tenderly composed and directed to the Arabs. The most important results of the study are: The study follows the "what is allowed in adverbs is not so anywhere else" principle tracing all Qur’anic verses, where possible, and taking into considerations all ideas suggested by grammarian exegetists, syntacticians or grammarians, morphologists and linguists who are capable of analyzing the structure and sentence systems of Qur'anic verse, This study clearly reveals that these grammarians have adopted this linguistic principle and used it to allocate the key factor that functions in adverbial structures which appeared to be problematic or ambiguous, The study also shows that using this principle is closer to the nature and true spirit of the Arabic language since it can’t be interpreted and/or expected.


How To Cite This Article
Jabali , H. M. (2022). The Key Factor in Adverbs: A Study in Qur’anic Text in the Light of "What is Plausible in Adverbs is not so Anywhere Else" Principle . International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies, 1 (1), 1-24, https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/JALLS2019.1.1.1

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