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Volume :34 Issue : 133 2016      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Particles of Interrogation in the Latter Parts of the Holy Quran (in Arabic)

Auther : Gomaa Abdelmaksoud

This study deals with the particles of interrogation in the later parts of the Holy Quran. It investigates the syntactic and semantic structure of interrogative sentence; and what grammarians say pertaining to these particles and the existence of certain particles or absence of others for confirming or negating something; and the possibility of using these particles in various rhetorical senses different from their original sense. The study adopts the descriptive-analytic approach. It contains an introduction, discussion and analysis, conclusion, and bibliography .Chapter One looks at the particles of interrogation, as viewed by grammarians, applying them to the Quranic verses from the beginning of Surat Yaseen to Surat Annas. The interrogation particles are dealt with in seven themes, the first of which is that of (ayyu)(Which); the second is ayna(Where); the third is ayyana(When ever); the fourth is kaifa(How); the fifth is ma(What); the sixth is mata (When), and the seventh is mann(Who). The last chapter is a conclusion including the results the researcher has reached such as that grammarians have argued that the particle an ayyana is to be used for asking about time, whereas in fact it is not to be used for time in the absolute, but for future time only, and that in the Quran it is mentioned for asking about the hereafter by the non-Muslims. The study is concluded with a bibliography.

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