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Title: Vowel change in Arabic dialects
Authors: بدور الزيات
Keywords: Tone
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2020
Series/Report no.: V8 N1 jan 2020 (14);
Abstract: Vowel change in Arabic dialects… Quranic readings represent the phenomena of linguistic sounds. Moreover, Reading scientists have worked hard to study linguistic sounds. This is evident when reading the output of readers as well as their efforts in the graduation of the Koranic text. As a result, people can vary in their dialects to understand those texts. This is comes as a service to the book of God and its language. Thus, these phonological phenomena represent Performances for different dialects taken by readers as a symbol for the performance of the Koran. Some prominent linguistic phenomena that greatly prevailed in the books of Fath readings, vowel change and so on so forth, a great attention has been dedicated to this phenomenon and addressed the books of language and grammar. So, we can find plenty of it in the old ones while there is a few in the recent ones. First I will talk about its definition and importance in language, grammar and reading books. Moreover, languages that are famous, and then I will show her role in Arabic dialects, and I will mention its usage, its conditions and prohibitions in accordance with some Quranic verses. In addition, the readings of reader whether or not it is permissible. In the conclusion of this research, I will present its usefulness and the results we have reached .
Description: Revue DAKIRA
ISSN: 2335-125X
Appears in Collections:Dakra numero-14 2020 (V8 N1)

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