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الخلافات النحوية بين قراءتي أبي عمرو والكسائي

الخلافات النحوية بين قراءتي أبي عمرو والكسائي

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Title: الخلافات النحوية بين قراءتي أبي عمرو والكسائي
Author: صالح نصر علي, مى
Abstract: The research handles the grammatic variations between the readings of Abi Amr and El-Kissaie. It contains three chapters which are divided into (18) sections, in addition to the introduction, prelude and conclusion; together with references and bibliographies. The prelude include that which is not contained in the chapters. It exposed the terms and conditions of good reading and discussed the matters pertaining to the seven letters, the significance of same with the ‘ulema’ and the problem of defoult in reading of the Holy Koran. Chapter one dealt with the variations in the two readings as far as nouns are concerned. It contained six sections. The first three were divided according to vowels; (i.e. changes from the nominative to accusative, from the nominative to the lowering case and the third section from the accusative to the lowering). The other three sections included the cases which are not investigated in the above-mentioned. These are numeration and annexation, the triptote and non-triptote and the singular and plural. Chapter two talks about the verbs which were mentioned in the differences between the two readings and the consequences of such differences, such as; the grammatic changes in the adjustment of verbs and the nouns and pronouns which surround such verb, or changes of their position in parsing. Thus, it is divided into seven sections which covered the differences in the inflection of the verb in the first section. The second section handled the differences between the passive verb and active verb. The third discussed the differences between the active verb and the complete verb. Section four discussed the changes in the form of the verb between, the past, present and the imperative verb and its change to noun. The fifth section deals with the differences between mosculinity and femininity. Section six covered the difference of (Kana) between the complete and the deficient. The last section talked about the pronouns connected with verbs. Chapter three is about articles. It contained five sections. The first section dealt with the (Article Ann) and its positions as far as vowel point for (I) (kasra) and glottal stop (hamza) and its nominative position (Fatha) and its lowering and stress (Shadda). The second section is about the stress of the (noon) and its lowering from (lakin) and the imbact of its behaviour in the sentence. The third section dealt with (la’) (the article of negation) and the (la’) which takes the place of (Laysa). The fourth section talks about the letters (ya’) of the addition and excess; as there are situations in which the (ya’) was omitted in one of the two readings; while there are others in which it changed to another letter. Therefore, a separate section for the situations is written under the title “other cases” and which is the last section in the chapter. The conclusion contained the summary from beginning to end; and the references, bibliography and the books consulted.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/10446
Date: 2015-05-10


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