2018, Volume 1, Issue 4, Pages 447-498
The present study purports to investigate the interrelationship between the phonological and morphological levels. Moreover, it tackles the functional impact of the tripartite morphological structure on forming the literary structure since language is a social activity, the activity that produces the communal verbal performance.
Based on that concept, the study starts to show that the tripartite origin is the genuine verbal root by which all Arabic vocabulary are founded. The study proceeds to manifest the conformity of the morphological structures with the sounds of words, more specifically with the short vowels, as in the inconformity of the unstressed articulation of sound in the mid of the form (عين) in nouns, since the sound characteristics are not identical between the emphatic pronunciation and the sound gliding in case there is no interval between them, even one sound.
The study also investigate the replacement of the diacritical mark of (عين) for the sake of euphony. And this what the language intends to the vocabulary. Moreover, it deals with the replacement of the mark of the past tense by a juxtaposition mark of the present and the variation of the marks that Arabic intends to so as to create a kind of incompatibility and harmony. This phenomenon can be realized as much in Arabic morphology.
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