Year:2021   Volume: 2   Issue: 2   Area: Literature

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Djamila GHRIEB

THE ARABIC SYLLABLE BETWEEN ANCIENT AND MODERN

The Arabic language lived by word of mouth and hearing, conveying the crafts and achievements of its people, and this nature has contributed to purifying the Arabic voices from everything that limits their flow, or stops without interrupting its Syllables in an attractive musical rhythm. The idea of dividing speech into syllables is a long-standing idea among Arabs. Its source extends, in what we think, to that long phase in which concepts and terms in the passage are cracked. We want from this study to clarify what came from the Arabic tongue in their books on the Syllable and the exit with Sahih al-Bayan.

Keywords: Syllable Tissue, Word , Vocal Unit.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2791-9323.2-2.3


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