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Linguistics and Quranic insights: The Verbal Noun

Linguistics and Quranic insights: The Verbal Noun

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Linguistics and Quranic insights: The Verbal Noun

The short course offered by The Sibaway Institute focuses on the finer points of Classical Arabic, specifically the concept of verbal nouns, and their significance in the Quran. It emphasizes the profound meanings with the use of verbal nouns in linguistics. 

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 tafseer.

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

We will delve into the linguistic aspects related to the verbal noun ( Masdar). 

We will look at the following topics:

The reasons why more than one verbal noun can exist for a particular root.

There will be a discussion on the Quranic usage of different Masdars from the same root. Extra meanings associated with the Masdar patterns.

The difference between the Masdar and Masdar Meemee. Examples of their usage in the Quran. Perfect word choice of the Masdar Meemee in Surat Al Qiyamah and Surat Al Furqan.

Linguistic aspects related to the Absolute Object ( Maf'ool Mutlaq). 2 different forms of emphasis: emphasis of the verb and emphasis of a sentence. Examples from the Quran. 

The Maf'ool Mutlaq that is used to clarify the type and other aspects of its agent of change. The extra meaning associated with using a Maf'ool Mutlaq that is not of the same verb type. Examples from the Quran. 

The Maf'ool Mutlaq that is used in place of a verb as a command or a supplication. The difference between using a verb, the verbal noun in the nasb state and the verbal noun in the raf'i state. Examples from the Quran.

Long research has been undertaken from the classical texts as well as pivotal contemporary works. This isn't just an Arabic course; it's a deep dive into the miraculous nature of the Quranic language. 

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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