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گفتوگۆی نامەی ماستەری بەرێز (دڵشاد محمد عبداللە )

posted Aug 13, 2015, 12:29 AM by Arkan Abdullah Mahmood   [ updated Aug 13, 2015, 12:33 AM ]
رۆژی چوارشەممە 15-7-2015 گفتوگۆی نامەی ماستەری بەرێز (دڵشاد محمد عبداللە ) بەناونیشانی (سورة الأنبیا‌ء دراسة ترکیبیة تحویلیة) لەبەشی زمانی عەرەبی سکۆلی زمان بەرێوەچوو. 
لیژنەی گفتوگۆ پێکهاتبوو لەم بەرێزانە:
1.پ.د دڵسۆز جعفر حسین 
2. پ.ی.د هیوا عبداللە کریم
3. پ.ی.د. عدنان عبدالرحمن حمودی
4. پ.ی.د ط‌ە صالح أمین آ‌غا



This study “Surat Al-'Anbya', Syntactic and Transformative Study”, contains; introduction, two sections and significant findings with the list of references

The introduction part of the study classified into: First, covers Surat Al-'Anbya' in general overview. Second, specialized to define and conceptualize the sentence and its structure from the Arabic linguists (Ancient and Contemporary). And third, examines Chomsky’s Transformational – Generative Grammar Theory.

The first section of the study (transformation by deletion or addition) contains of two part: First, talks about (transformation by addition) and in four purposes outlines those elements which deep structure of the sentence convince to surface structure and different meanings exist which did not appear before. Second, situates on (transformation by deletion) and in four purpose clarifies those elements which omitted in surface sentence, either main or minor elements, by omitting factors or whole sentence, and all of those modifications are systematic for prospective purpose.

The second section, underlines (transformation by permutation or replacement), which contains, First section: examines transformation by permutation, which in two main purposes, focuses on present and delay in sentences (nominal or verbal) and those rhetorical purposes which occur. The first purpose, considers (local transformation) which occurs among main or minor elements of nominal or verbal sentences. The second purpose outlines (radical transformation) which can be seen in transform verbal sentence into nominal sentence by moving subject to the beginning of sentence. Second section: examines transformation by replacement, and in five purposes shares those syntactic structures which have been set to deliver special meaning in another syntactic structure.

In sum up, the study concludes by significant findings of the research and list of references which used.

The aims of this study is examining practical research on a surah of holly Quran in terms of (Chomsky’s Transformational–Generative Grammar Theory), and situates elements and futures of this theory in Arabic language.

Hopefully, this study will be in the interest of our scientific services, the good and right doings of the study are from the almighty of Allah, and shortages and shortenings are mine, I ask Allah almighty to forgive me and have mercy upon me and waiting to his forgiveness and rewards.