Aliastidrakat Alsarfiat Lilshaykh 'Iismaeil Alhamidi (T 1316h) Fi Hashiatih Ealaa Sharh Alkafrawi Limatn Alajrumia
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 1, Pages 239-260
AbstractMoral science is one of the most important sciences of Arabic, as it and grammar together were born after the Arabs felt their need for them in order to preserve the Noble Qur’an from the melody that spread after the introduction of non-Arab groups into Islam, as well as to understand the Qur’an text as the body of rules that regulate life.
Our ancient scholars had great efforts in writing on various topics of this science, so they enriched the Islamic library with valuable books of great benefit in order to preserve this eternal linguistic heritage, and we will adopt in this research marked with (morphological contemplations of Sheikh Ismail Al-Hamden (d. ) To highligh a part of Sheikh Ismail Al-Hamdi's efforts in this field, as the sheikh exposed many of the chapters of this knowledge and warned about them, clarified , and discussed them, adding that the commentator (al-Kafrawi), including his remarks in the chapter on sources, misleading, substitution, and miniaturization, has taken great care of it. It has undergone changes in its structure, and has completed in three sections after an introduction in which we dealt with the life of Sheikh Ismail Al-Hamdi and the concept of exchange as a language and idiom, and the first section was made to explain its morphological implications in the section of sources, and in the second section we dealt with its conclusions in the section of dependency, substitution and miniaturization. And make the third topic to clarify its conclusions with regard to controlling vocabulary, singling it out, and collecting it.
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