The Parsing Agreement and the Semantic Difference Between Adverbs and some Posts: Al-Akbari's I'irab ul-Hadith as Example
Positions form a large area in the grammar lesson, and it is considered the grammar cabinet: because it includes many sections of Arabic grammar, which gives it a bit of similarity and familiarity in some places In order for it to be difficult to separate the expressions in many matters, and to distinguish between them only by the meaning, the parsing mark -- sometimes -- stands unable to determine the correct parsing before that circle Therefore, the matter was in weighting some opinions over some very difficult, which made grammarians devote a chapter to it under the "section of similar positions", in which Ibn Hisham listed similar grammatical issues and syntaxes, and the syntactic sign had no role in directing one of them. And efficacy, and source, circumstantial and current, and what is likely to be used and the object with it.
This research was limited to studying the agreement of
the parsing status and the difference of meaning between the case and the absolute effect and between the case and the object in the book of the Parsing of Arabic Hadith of the Prophet by al-Akbari who died in 616 AH, because the study of the entire postulate requires several researches.