The comparable Past Tense Indication in the root in Holy Quran

  • Raja'a Khalaf AL- Tikriti College of Arts/Baghdad University
Keywords: verb, past, similar, meaning, root

Abstract

The title of the research is: (The comparable past tense indication in the root in Holy Quran ), and I meant similar (the similarity of the image), as interpreters accustomed to.

I divided the search into  three topics due to the  similar formulas  mentioned in  the Holy Quran as follow;

Topic One  : Indication  the verb (Faala  waafala)

Topic Two: Indication  the verb (Faala waiftaala )

Topic  Three : Indication  the verb (Faala waafala)

The research concluded that similar  past tense  in the root  that  mentioned  in the holy Quran – represented in the  formulas (Afala),  (Faala) and (Iftaala) the most similarities with the abstract past(Faala)

The  most  formulas  mentioned in the Holy Quran are (Afaela) that  mention in (234) verbs, followed by a formula( Faala) that  mentioned in (170) verbs , the  formula ( Iftaala)  mentioned in (98) position only.

Published
2018-04-10
How to Cite
[1]
R. AL- Tikriti, “The comparable Past Tense Indication in the root in Holy Quran”, JUBH, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 212 - 228, Apr. 2018.
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