THE IMPACT OF THE SEMANTIC TRANSFORMATION IN THE TRANSITION OF THE GRAMMATICAL TOOLS OUT OF THE BASIS OF ITS USAGE POSITION

Authors

  • Asst. Pro. Dr. Atheer Tariq N'aman

Abstract

The research aims to study the effect of the semantic shift in the function of the grammatical tools used in the Arabic language within texts approved by grammarians. The research as a whole takes what the applicants observed of changes that occurred as a result of the shift in semantic and its effect on the idea of what was known as the factor, because in the Arabic language we care about the function of grammar tools, because the work of the tool or neglecting it is one of the basic pillars of understanding how to achieve the connection between the parts of the Arabic sentence, and it is a dimension that helps us if we weave in the manner of people of this language which not exceeding the face of health in what we express. The field of research is based on monitoring the change in the work of the grammatical instrument or its neglect in search of an explanation for it in light of its semantic, and this only appears to us structurally and verbally. I worked a plan to research that included an introduction in which I touched for the term semantic transformation, then I mentioned the grammatical tools that have changed their semantic according to the alphabetical order, to come to the conclusion that the meaning of the word is related to the context in which it is presented. The meaning of a single word may vary according to the multiplicity of the context, as we have shown through the analysis of some evidence that it is possible for a tool to perform the work that the other tool does, by the semantic transformation that changed, the tool works due to the change of its semantic

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Published

2020-11-01

How to Cite

Asst. Pro. Dr. Atheer Tariq N’aman. (2020). THE IMPACT OF THE SEMANTIC TRANSFORMATION IN THE TRANSITION OF THE GRAMMATICAL TOOLS OUT OF THE BASIS OF ITS USAGE POSITION. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 10420-10439. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2664