An account on the function of specific particles (Resemblance vs. Conjugation)
This research claims that some of the grammatical reasons are fallible explanations whose authenticity can be reviewed Explaining the function of Noun or verb-specific particles, for instance, in light of the governance theory is an incomplete definition. Therefore, explaining specificity of some governing agents, on the other hand, such as (Inna and its sisters - ^'.pij J?) as verbally and semantically resembling past-tense-verb is inaccurate. This research has suggested a more precise explanation, as proposed by some grammarians: the linguistic differentiation, that marks conjugations of the noun, present tense (imperfect tense), or nominal sentences. Conjugation, therefore, substitutes specificity; and differentiation, analogously, substitutes resemblance. As discussed through this research, it is proven native that conjugation through disparity is a consistent didactic justification, which redeems Arabic syntax and its learners from overstating explanations, redundant evaluation, and weak analogy. ? 2010 DAR Publishers/University of Jordan.
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