Verbal Acts In the Short Wall of the Qur'an
A Deliberative Study
I saw in this research the study of the verbs in some of the qur'an's short verses in the guidance of the judicial approach and according to the division of Austin and Searle of the verbs, which was based on its division on the division of Austin with some changes according to the first sees and thus divided my research into an introduction to indicate the importance of research, and then the beginning of the preface, which will contain a brief summary of deliberative and the theory of speech verbs, The first topic will involve Austin's division of actions and the initiation of the changes that Searle made to the first division, while the second one made us a practical study of the verbs of the words that were mentioned in the qur'anic light, and in the end we draw to the conclusion and the most important sources that we relied on in our research.
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