International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies

International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies (JALLS) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published Quarterly by Refaad. The Journal focuses on being a field for the dissemination of original and innovative research on the topics of the Arabic language and its various sciences in order to contribute to the deepening of specialized knowledge in the affairs of the Arabic language. Also, it is specialized in the related areas of critical thinking examining the multiple linguistic levels and literature and critical phenomena in the Arab heritage. Moreover, it is concerned with the latest studies of these Phenomena in the modern era, according to the mechanisms of serious scientific research.

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Poetry thresholds in Marawi Ammar Ahmed Alsaffar

Sawsan Albayaty

Modern critical methodologies have been considerate of new theories and visions, ideas, and texts. As a result, they focused on reading the whole text especially the information that surrounded it and was a part of it. This study tries to study the main thresholds that surround the text and fence it ...

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Transferring the hamza "A" in the Arabic language A linguistic study comparing the Quranic readings with the Palestinian dialect

Taqi eddin Mustafa Abdelbaset Al-Tamimi

This study combines the originality and the heritage represented in transferring the hamza '' glottal stop'' to the previous consonant in the modern Palestinian dialect. Also, it connects this to Arabic poetry and the ten major readings from the path of the Tyibt Al-nshr through Ibn al-Jazari’s ...

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Serial verbs in modern standard Arabic

Yasir Hameed Alotaibi

This paper aims to discuss serial verb constructions in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA). It argues against the claim that this structure does not exist in MSA. We examined parallel structures in this paper: being verbs and what is called albadal ‘apposition’ in the traditional grammar of the ...

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