A Comparative Study of Traditional and Modern Arabic Syntax

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This is a comparative study of the traditional and modern Arabic Syntax. This Syntactic research work aimed at examining and comparing two schools of Arabic Grammar. The first was introduced by the earlier grammarians in accordance with the classical Arabic of pre-Islamic era as well as early era of Islam. The emphasis is on the principle of Amil and I-rab (use of ending vowels with their grammatical reasons). The second school was introduced by modern grammarians with the emphasis on the spoken Arabic in the Arab world. This school emphasizes the emancipation of language from the principles of Amil and I-rab. This work is of importance for bringing to limelight a concise and clear conclusion through a comparative study and analytic examination of theories from the two schools. The work comprises six chapters in a standard PhD research dissertation style.
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January 30, 2016
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