Journal of Al-qadisiya in arts and educational sciense,
2009, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 107-122
AbstractConjugation which is one of the language
system can not be neglected in a linguistic
lesson. If is one the beneficial and sublime
sciences and due to its significance it has to be
taught before the syntax (grammar) as it
indicated by the first scientists.
Though the Conjugation is very important,
the Conjugational studies have not represent
rich quantity in linguistic legacy yet. Actually,
this is what encourages me to choose this topic,
in addition to being the subject of “the
corporated forms of Conjugational categories”
has not been tackled in separate study that
holds the mutter. Here – upon, the study is
divided in to introduction, there sections and a
The Introduction tackles the from
linguistically and idiomatically, and it also
reflects the meaning of the from language and
Section one is devoted to reflect the most
important corporated forms of conjugational
categories that I have counted.
Section Two reflects the reasons of the
corporated forms. In other words, the reasons
behind the happen of Conjugation whose one is
the expansion in meaning. Section three.
Attempts an insight into the idioms of the
corporated form. Actually, it tackles the
corporated forms. And it has been found that
the nearest idiom is “the corporated form”.
The study ends with the conclusion where the
major findings are introduced.
As a matter of fact, I have faced many
difficult ties whose major one is the under
standing of the conjugational text, the difficulty
that has solued after a long speculation. In
addition to the difficulty of the obtaining of the
The sources of the study are much and the
most important one: Siibwayah, Al-Magtadhb,
Al-Asool Fi Al-Nehoo, Al-Mograb, sharah Al-
Kafya Al-Shafya, Shrooh Shafyat Ibn Al-hajab,
Irtashaf Al-dhrab and other.
Really, I ask Our Great God to achieve
satisfaction and success in my study, thaim that
I have longed to Any how, whatever the result
be, we have to seraue our blessed and noble
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