Tying between theory and practice
Arabic is characterized by being a coherent linguistic system, and like other languages in which each of its elements is compatible with another component that complements the aesthetic meaning of reality or metaphor, and this is called tying, as two or more words combine functional union, so they become like the one word in its position in the aesthetic structure, as the relationship of attribution Which in the two sentences: nominal and actual, and the relationship of the adjective to the descriptive, the addition to the addition to it, the conjugation of the conditional sentence with the instrument and the condition of the condition and its answer, the definition and denial, the matching, the neighbor and the object, and the verb that is already transgressive, regardless of its infringement to the object of one or more, and as a relationship The correlation between some verbs and letters of meanings, and therefore this research seeks to reveal this grammatical system and to clarify the most important elements of the syndrome in the chapter on Arabic grammar. The research used the descriptive analytical method in explaining the importance of Tying in grammatical thought, and showed important results that the Arabic grammar is based on a two-element system, and this division is useful for educational curriculum developers and teachers, and the research concluded several recommendations, the most important of which is the use of linguists And professors of the curriculum with the phenomenon of Tying being present in grammatical thought from its beginner to the present time.
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