PHONOLOGY IN IBN AL-SARRAJ'S ELECTRONIC BOOK, AND THE MODERN PHONOLOGICAL LESSON
The topic (Vocal qualities among Ibn Al-Sarraj (d. 316 AH) through his book Al-Usul fi Al-nahw A modern phoneme lesson ) , relates to the extent of approval, or the contradiction of what Ibn al-Serraj said in phonemic attributes with what came in the modern phonemic lesson, and the nature of the research required that he discuss two basic axes And, they are: the characteristics of opposing voices, and the characteristics of non-opposing voices, relying in this on the descriptive and critical approach, and the study reached Ibn al-Sarraj as imitating Sibawayh in the phonemic lesson, and not again, and Ibn al-Sarraj differed from his predecessors in terms of grammar in terms of public speaking and whispering; Because he did not know the vocal strings, aswell as in the terms distress and looseness, which changed to (explosive, frictional) in the modern audio lesson, and we also found a difference in describing some of the sounds, namely (the scaffold, the pot, the hamza, the antagonist, the gym, the eyen),where its eyen), where its description changed when updated.
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