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Linguistics and Quranic insights: Phrase and Sentence structure

Linguistics and Quranic insights: Phrase and Sentence structure

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Linguistics and Quranic insights: Phrase and Sentence structure

The course offered by The Sibaway Institute focuses on the finer points of Classical Arabic, specifically the structures of a Nominal and Verbal sentences. It will demonstrate how changing word positions and/or structures will affect the meaning. We will look at bringing forth and delaying different aspects of a sentence including the subject, predicate, doer,object prepositional phrase, adverb and we will give many examples in and outside the Quran.

The subjects covered in the course will be related predominately to Balagha (Rhetoric) and a basic understanding of Arabic will be highly recommend.

Key Features:

In-depth Linguistic Analysis: Engage with the complexities of Quranic Arabic through thorough exploration of grammar, morphology, rhetoric and etymology.

Expert-Led Interpretation: Learn from a renowned teacher with years of experience in the Quranic sciences specializing in Quranic linguistics and tafsir.

Personalized Learning Experience: Enjoy a tailored educational journey with support for diverse learning styles and levels. Access course materials anytime, anywhere, with our user-friendly online platform.

Course Overview

A journey that will uncover the eloquence of Quranic Arabic. Delve into the concepts of sentence and phrase structure while understanding their pivotal role in Quranic rhetoric. We will take a deep dive into the following areas:

The verb and noun being associated to the musnad ilayhi. Examples from the Quran. 

Abnormal sentence structures used for restriction and removal of doubt. Examples from the Quran will be used to explain the rules.  Other meanings associated with abnormal sentence structures. A detailed linguistic analysis of Quran 75:29-30

Default structure of the verbal sentence. Placing the subject in front and the different meanings associated with this sentence structure. Meanings associated with negation and interrogation

Placing the object before the subject. Placing the object before the verb and subject. Examples from the Quran will be used to explain the rules

Meanings associated with changing the positions of the adverb and prepositional phrase

The default sentence structure and meanings associated with the abnormal sentence structures. Using the definite article or relative pronoun for restriction. True and figurative restriction

The linguistic aspects related to repetition of the subject, using a masdar for a khabar and mentioning multiple predicates. Repetition of the Subject. Rhetorical devices associated with the predicate

The linguistic aspects related to the object. Rhetorical aspects associated with omission of the Subject. Al-Ishtighaal

This isn't just an Arabic course; it's a deep dive into the miraculous nature of the Quranic language. We will meticulously unravel the Quranic challenge, revealing its linguistic marvels and showcasing why it remains an unmatched masterpiece in human history.

Who Is This Course For?

This course is ideal for students of the Quranic sciences and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the Quran's linguistic beauty. It's especially beneficial for future educators, and students who aspire to enrich their knowledge of Arabic and the Quranic linguistics.

We offer LIFETIME ACCESS once you purchase the course so you can study at your own pace at your own convenience

Upon successfully concluding the course, students will be recognized by the Sibaway Institute for their dedication and academic achievements in Arabic and Quranic studies. This acknowledgment stands as a testament to their commitment and deepened understanding, enriching their academic journey or professional endeavors in the field of Arabic and Quranic studies.

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