الأحكام العامة للاسم الموصول في اللغة العربية

  • Zain ul Abideen National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad
  • Kifait Ullah Hamdani National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad

Abstract

Arabic language is one of the popular languages spoken around the world. It has a rich history rooted back the ancient ages which the currently spoken languages do not have. It is a well-purified and well-embellished religious language of the Muslim world spoken by over twenty countries and understood by over a billion human beings. It has continued and survived for centuries on the basis of being the language of the revealed literature; Quran and on the basis of liveliness and spirit that attracts human hearts and minds towards it. The strong impression it has gained, is owing to deep-rooted rules of its grammar.

This article elaborates the rules and principles of one of important chapters of Arabic grammar commonly known as relative pronouns generally translated into English as (which, that, who, whom, whose etc). The rules are explained by quoting frequent examples from Arabic literature and supported by the scholarly views of different schools of thoughts which have been authority in Arabic grammar that mainly includes the Basari school of thought and Kufi school of thought.

Author Biographies

Zain ul Abideen, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad

** محاضر بقسم اللغة العربية بالجامعة الوطنية للغات الحديثة إسلام أباد

Kifait Ullah Hamdani, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad

رئيس القسم للغة العربية بالجامعة الوطنية للغات الحديثة إسلام أباد

Published
2020-03-16