Active Participle as Operative or Inoperative in the Quranic Recitations
السنة 38, العدد 49, الصفحة 375-400
الملخصThe present paper deals with the active participle in the Quranic recitations. The study begins with an introduction defining the active participle. It falls into two main parts, namely, the active participle between verb acting as verb or as a noun and the active participle in Quran from syntactic perspective.
Moreover, we shall introduce a table containing the recitations that are in the form of the active participle. It is worth mention that this table came after counting that we conducted on the lexicography of the Quranic recitations.
We have reviewed and analyzed four of the recitations mentioned in our table. The study has come up with that the active participle is not related to tense if it is singular and decontextualized word, however, it may acquire the tense element from the contextual clues or from actual ones or both together. It is to be noted that nunation and annexation are not suitable clue to determining the tense of the A.P. To add, we say that the tense is not the philosophical or the morphological tense but rather it is the syntactic one.
Essentially the A.P. should be nunated, however, this nunation sometimes may be deleted for its clashing with annexation. It is merely a phonological matter. Finally this paper recommends for effective role of the A.P. in all its contexts without any condition or restriction.
- عدد الزيارات للمقالة: 209
- مرات تحميل الملف الأصلي للمقالة: 150