The Nouns that are Adhered to Adjunction in Arabic Language and their Connotations

  • Inst. Dr. Muthana Jassem Al-Jobouri Salahuddin General Directorate of Education - Tikrit Section

Abstract

There are nouns that cannot be added to other words. These are: pronouns, demonstrative nouns, relative nouns and interrogative nouns except for ayu (any) which can be added. Some of them can be added and can stand alone as well like ghulam (boy), kitab (book), hisan (horse) and so on. Others should be added to other words and this is the topic of this paper.. This paper reached at the conclusion that nouns which should be added to other words are of two types: nouns that are added to the singular and nouns that are added to the sentence. On the other hand, nouns that are added to the singular are of two types: nouns that cannot be separated from adjunction and nouns that cannot be separated verbally, not semantically which means that the genitive is explicitly intended in the mind

Published
Jun 1, 2021
How to Cite
AL-JOBOURI, Inst. Dr. Muthana Jassem. The Nouns that are Adhered to Adjunction in Arabic Language and their Connotations. Journal of Language Studies, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 3., p. 173 -195, june 2021. ISSN 2616-6224. Available at: <http://jls.tu.edu.iq/index.php/lang/article/view/288>. Date accessed: 25 july 2021. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/lang.v4i3..288.