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Sarf al-Arabiyah الصرف العربي أحكامٌ ومعانٍ
By: Samarra'i, Fadil Salih (b. 1933) فاضل صالح السامرائيShare

Language: Arabic

Hardcover

يتفرد الكتاب باتباع منهج متميز بجمعه الاحكام الصرفية بكافة ابوابها وتفرعاتها وبين معاني الابنية المتعلقة بها .كما يمتاز البحث بالاعتماد على المصادر القديمة ذات المصداقية والتي نالت شهرة بين القراء والدارسين والباحثين وطلاب العلم. ورغم كل ذاك فقد امتاز الكتاب سهولة الاسلوب في عرض المسائل والمباحث الصرفية وبقصد تسهيل نيلها من قبل طالبيها. ويمتاز ايضا بكثرة الشواهد باعتمادها كمسائل تطبيقية وتنوعت من القران الكريم والمتون العلمية والابيات الشعرية مع شروحها وبيان معناها

An Arabic language study by Dr. Fadil Salih al-Samarra'i (b. 1933, Samarra, Iraq) a specialist on Arabic grammar and Qur'anic expression. The book follows a distinguished approach, with a comprehensive collection of morphological morphological judgments and branches and the related structures. The research is also distinguished by using reliable ancient sources that are famous among readers, scholars, researchers and students of science. Within those studies, the book is distinguished by the ease of style in presenting morphological questions and investigations. It aims to facilitate and is also distinguished by the abundance of text in practical matters, and how they vary from the Holy Quran, scientific texts and poetic verses with their explanations and their meaning.

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Product Details
By:Samarra'i, Fadil Salih (b. 1933) فاضل صالح السامرائي
Language:Arabic
Format:Hardcover
Pages: 262 pp
Publisher:Dar Ibn Kathir, Beirut 2018
Dimensions:17 x 24 cm
ISBN-13:9786144150603
Topic:Arabic Language - Morhology
US$14.95
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