Effect of Similarity Analogy of the Participle
Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature,
2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 82-99
AbstractAnalogy is the basis of Grammatical reasoning because analogy is logical in any discipline. Analogy in grammar has several accepted and unaccepted aspects among Arab grammarians. Similarity is one accepted aspect of analogy. It occurs by comparing two similar things to show their similarities. Analogy is used in Arabic verbs. One category of verbs is called the participle verb because it is parsed for its similarity to nouns in syntactic behavior. This verb is like nouns as it can be categorized, accepts starting (Lam), and has the same movements of the participle. This verb is raised as it can substitute the raised noun. While its emphatic or constructed form is still controversial as some view it as derivational while others view it as non-derivational. As noun is drawn the participle verb is emphatic. tHe derivation of this verb occurs through the feminine (Noon) as in derivational compound numbers and this is an aspect in analogy.
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