السر البلاغي في وجوه الخبر النحوي دراسة تحليلية نموذجية
Stylistic Approach to Different Forms of Syntactical Khabar: An Analytical Discourse Study
There are eight forms of noun (Ḵabar); predicated to the principle noun. Each form is having different meaning as per context. All meanings rather they belong to the core text or its communicator’s approach or people, to whom it might indicate, are based on different syntactical formations, nominal and verbal cases. For instance, Arabs say: زيد المنطلق, some time they say: المنطلق زيد, and often they add one more pronoun to this complete nominal sentence as زيد هو المنطلق. All the sentences feel same in meaning but in fact their actual and designated meanings are different in each sentence from the next one. This study intends to elaborate all these basic differences based on their different structures along with proving, how and where all these structures are used.
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