TITLE

ARAPÇADA ÖZNE VE NESNE İLE İLİŞKİSİ BAKIMINDAN FİİLİN BİNÂSI

AUTHOR(S)
Sevinç, R. Resul
PUB. DATE
March 2007
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p265
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The nouns in Arabic gain new meanings, being patterned in different forms such as verb, adjective or adverb variations. The new meanings that are wished to have can be expressed in short manners. By being done so, it may be possible to have some savings both in speaking and writing. Because the words are limited ones and to express them in the same form is not possible, sometimes various meanings are put upon the one verb pattern, so, there occurs a multi-meaning condition or sometimes, there happens a synonym meaning of one verb, f or i t is expressed i n different patterns. But i n both cases, Arabic Language with either its verb forms or the meanings the forms possess shows us that it leads its dynamic life as rich and functional structure as a language can have.
ACCESSION #
27023763

 

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