Journal of Al-qadisiya in arts and educational sciense,
2007, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 28-38
AbstractThis study is about one of the differences between the two schools, Basrah and Kufa, as thought by many grammarians for a long time , and as it is mentioned by the writer of "Al_ansaf".
He , therefore , began looking for evidences for each group , tracing them back to the Arabs.
Thus, this attribution which relates verbal rules to Basrah and nominal ones to Kufa, led us to follow the views of Both groups (Schools) by investigating their first grammatical rules , and skipping what is not related to them. It is , with no doubt , know that most of these aspects are connected with the imagination of former and later grammarians , and that both schools had shared one view in making these rules in such field , concerning the verbal forms of praise (Medh) or defamation (Tham) , their effects , the type of subject that can be user with and also the conditions of the name that should come after the subject.Yet , the grammarians of Kufa allowed some other rules , where as the grammarians of Basrah did not do so according to their strict view of the language.
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