March 2012
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2012, Vol. 16 Issue 51, p325
Academic Journal
This article examines an Arabic sentence type, which is very common in poetry and prose, namely the objecting (mu'tarada) sentence. It investigates its conceptual framework, various types and different usages. The objecting sentences that used in philological sources, Qur'anic exegesis and grammatical analyses of the Qur'anic sentences namely 'iraab al-Qur'an works are gathered and classified. After that the occurrence of the objecting sentence in the Qur'an is considered and the purpose of its usage is determined. As can be expected from the nature of the subject, several examples along with their original texts are given, while describing the issue of the objecting sentence in the Arabic language and trying to determine the usage purposes in the Quran. While giving examples from Qur'anic verses, only the opinions of Qur'anic commentators with a philological approach are considered. The disagreement between Tafseer scholars in determining the objecting sentences or its usage purposes is not taken into consideration as not to draw out the subject.


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