- Thursday, February 24, 2005
- In Morphological Illusion For Arab Linguists
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The intention of this research is to shed light on what notions the linguists’ and grammarians had thought , imagined and put into there minds about illusion . They used these notions in order to interpret linguistic and morphological phenomena in the Arabic speech that departed form Arab’s habits and convention which they used to call abnormals and/or anecdotes in an attempt to subjugate them to the popular standards of analogy .
Such phenomena are, in my convention, nothing but speech patterns, from or styles approved and used in Arabic, and known by experts and those who cares for it . They are also evidences of Arabic vastness and rhetorical versatility