EFFECTS OF THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE INTO THE OTHER DERIVATIVE MOODS ON THE RHETORIC OF QUR’AN
Undoubtedly, the rhetoric of Qur’an is an eternal treasure. The research was written in order to emphasize that point. This article discusses the transformation of the present participle into the derivative moods and its consequences. The research refers to three essential points. Firstly, the transformation of the present participle into the resembling adjective, secondly, the transformation of the present participle into the passive participle and thirdly, the transformation of the present participle into the augmented present participle.
This research deals with Arab eloquence in the Qur'anic exegesis. At the same time, this research examines the Qur'anic punishment in the context of nahiv and context.
Purpose of the study: This study is to emphasize the importance of understanding the Qur'an's interpretation of the Qur'an through a picture of the miracles of the Qur'an, through one of the morphological forms in the Arabic language.
Study problem: Some skeptics have argued that the interpretation of the Quran does not require the full knowledge and knowledge of the Arabic language. This research answers these and confirms that Arabic and rhetoric are a prerequisite for knowledge of the Quran and the miracle of miracles.
Methodology of the study: The research will depend on the analytical descriptive method and select some examples through some verses and verses in the Qur'an.
The importance of the research: The importance of the research is primarily due to many things: many researchers ignored the linguistic interpretation and paid attention to the narration. Second: to emphasize the importance of the Arabic language and its attachment in the interpretation of all aspects of reality. Third, to emphasize the need to know all the relations between the Arab sciences in order to understand the interpretation of reality
Rhetoric, Present Participle, Passive Participle, Derivative, Meaning, Tefsir