Volume 9, Issue 3, Autumn 2017, Page 1-244

Morphological Sections in Ibn Ajta's Clarification of the Explanation of Mourid Al-Daman

Prof. Dr. Khairi Jubbair Labbas; Zubaida Rasheed Khalef

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 1-51
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134525

Morphology is one of the most important disciplines of Arabic language. It is important and necessary to the student and researcher of the Arabic language. It is the way to understand the sources of Arabic language and, therefore, competes with grammar in importance and stature.
This paper is a study of the morphological researches in Clarification of the Explanation of the Sources of the Thirsty by Ibn Ajta (Dec. 750 AH.). The paper falls into an introduction, five sections and conclusion which sums up the views and findings of the study.

Semantic Research in the Gloss of Sheikh Zada on Al-Baidawi's Interpretation of the Holy Quran

Prof. Dr. Noori Yaseen Al-Hiti; Hadi Shihab Hamad

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 52-71
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134526

This study dealt with an important issue of language, which studied the vocabulary of the Holy Quran, as the study revealed in the above address the existence of important linguistic issues in which the common verbal and synonyms and antagonisms and linguistic differences and found that the language of the Koran of a special character one word in the Koran is multi-semantics and vary from installation to installation We put the conclusion of the research and the most important results.

syntactic reasoning in Ibn Ghawas' Explanation of Alfiyah Ibn Maut

Prof. Dr. Mohammad Jassim Al-Satori; Attallah Zaim Mhaidi

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 72-81
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134527

This paper is part of my MA. Thesis entitled "syntactic reasoning in Ibn Ghawas' Explanation of Alfiyah Ibn Maut." This book is significant for its many syntactic reasoning and in spite of its importance it is not well known to the scholars and students of Arabic grammar. This paper studies syntactic reasoning of indeclinable verbs in Alfiyah Ibn Maut. It falls into three sections: past tense verb, imperative verb, and present tense verb connected to one of the two emphatic light and dark (noon). In each section the paper lists the syntactic reasoning of Arab grammarians, Ibn Maut's reply to them, and his agreement and disagreement with them.

Effect of Similarity Analogy of the Participle

Assist. Prof. Dr. Shakir Shinyaar Badawi; Instr. Inaad Mukhlef Mhabash

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 82-99
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134528

Analogy 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.

Text Editing between Abdul Salaam Haroun and Salah Aldin Al-munjid: A Comparative Study of Mythodology

Prof. Essam Mohammad Al-Shanti; Omar Abed Awad

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 100-117
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134529

Scholars wrote many books on the rules of manuscripts editing and publishing. But these works differ greatly. Major among these works are Manuscripts Editing and Publishing by Dr. Abdul-Salaam Haroun and Rules of Manuscripts Editing by Dr. Salah-Eldin Al-Munjid. In view of the great importance of these two books. This paper studies them comparatively.
This paper deals with biographical aspects of these two authors, their two books, occasion of composition, subjects, and methodologies. The paper also deals with the clash between these two authors as evident in these two books. A comparative analysis is conducted to clarify their methodologies and their strengths and drawbacks.

Human Conditions in Islamic and Omayyad Poetry

Assist. Prof. Dr. Safaa Ali Hussein; Adham Mohammad Awad

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 118-149
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134530

Death, sickness, gray hair and the pyramid of the calamities that plague the human, some of them infect him and the other may affect others, and some of them came as an event and the other phenomenon, expressed by the poet about himself and around him, the poet expressed the Mstasat that Rzah and had positions towards them, including that he surrendered to this patient with anxiety and disorder, Including a ladder to the judgment of God and his ability, unlike the ignorant poet who lived without Islamic legislation to control, drink from the Cup of death bitter, and the pain of patience, and spilled for the time of his illness, and excessive drinking wine to whiten his head; to abandon the Guani, all pass in one event, a sense of pain, Sorrow, and weeping, which this power of the Moa touched T, and the disease that penetrates the body, and the paradox of the pleasures of life in their youth as weak and vulnerable.

Implications of violation of Literal meaning in Ibn Al-Zubair's Angel of interpretation

Assist. instr. Assma Ibrahim Abbas

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 150-169
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134531

The research revolves around a specific phenomenon in Ibn al-Zubayr (708 AH) in his book The Angel of Interpretation, a scholar of the Andalusian people, linguist, interpreter, and expert in many arts and he has many elders and students, but his most prominent linguist and famous interpreter Abu Hayyan (745 AH) And the interpretation of that in the angel of interpretation, including the appearance of the appearance of the site of the impenetrable, and also the occurrence of the past act the location of the present tense and the purpose of it signifying the realization of the occurrence and from which to mark the feminization of the words in the wrong place and the download of the unreasonable status of the rational and indicative of that Ibn al-Zubayr explained these phenomena an explanation To linguize what God, the Open it.

Types of Meaning Exploited in Advert's Textuality: A semantic approach

Prof. Rafi; Mahmood Hussein; Huda Abdul Hakeem Hussein

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 170-185
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134532

Adverts are an artful deviation in the form taken by a statement. As a genre, adverts enjoy special distinctive features that manipulation of meaning is one of them. Semantics is the wider scope in which deviations are employed on the benefit of text's persuasiveness. A framework is developed for classifying types of meaning exploited in adverts textuality. The model adopted is Leech's (1974) classification of types of meaning. The paper focuses on how conceptual meaning and associative meanings are employed to get a unique, economic, effective, and persuasive advertising text. It is hypothesized that advertisers functionally employ associative meanings to modulate ideas, services, and objects promoted, and manipulate advertisees' attitudes on the benefit of the advertising campaign. Different advertising examples are considered to be analyzed semantically with reference to their psychological persuasive effect on each type of meaning.

Interactive Aspects of Misunderstanding in Net Chatting

Assist. Prof. Dr. Hazim Hakkush Muarich; Kibriya Abdul-Kadhim Jasim

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 186-223
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134533

A misunderstanding could be defined as a failure to understand something due to the difference in opinions between two interlocutors. There is almost an intrinsic relationship between language comprehension and misunderstanding in which the message is implicitly decoded. However, language comprehension is not simply cognitive according to the fact that there is some interference between emotive acts and comprehension. Understanding the radiant nature of reality gives us insight into the nature of misunderstanding, and consequently, helps us to avoid many of the emotional and logical problems that may weaken our communication. Sender's choice of the certain stimulus increases or reduces or even makes it impossible to access the intended interpretation as there are different presuppositions.
Applying an eclectic model in net chatting is the prime aim of this study. In addition, it aims at examining the reasons behind misunderstanding whether being pragmatic, cultural, or psycholinguistic one and to what extent social variables and psycholinguistic process have an impact on them.

Floutings in George Bernard Shaw's Play Saint Joan

Assist. Inst. Eaman Yaseen Thabit; Assist. Inst. Shayma Yaseen Thabit

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 224-244
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2017.134534

The present paper studies the communicative function of language and the basic properties of the meaning that is conveyed through language. The paper is based upon the Theory of Implicature of Grice and its cooperative principle in pragmatics which has great importance in modern studies in linguistics. The cooperative principle contains four major maxims, namely: maxims of quality, quantity, relation, and manner. These try to identify that utterance meaning would not be accomplished if it would not take in consideration the speaker's intentions ( Lyons 2002:5). The chief objective of this paper is to exhibit that the four Gricean maxims are not very reliable basis but they may be easily abandoned or flouted on several occasions. G.B.Shaw's play Saint Joan is taken as an example to show how flouting of Gricean maxims is applicable in this play. Characters throughout the play are consistently flouting these maxims. Flouting is used for comic purposes or sarcasm by Shaw in an attempt to show that the Catholic Church has committed unjust decisions concerning the burning of the innocent Joan de Arc who was canonized 25 years after she was charged with excommunication .