Compositional Parallelism within the two Styles of Interrogation and Condition in the Holy Quran
Author: Dr. Ainsaf Hajaya |Pages: 1-18|

Abstract: This research deals with the manifestations of synthetic parallelism mixed with the morphological aspects within the two styles of interrogative and conditional in the Holy Qur’an. God.    The research came within three elements: the first was to talk about the concept of parallelism and synthetic parallelism, and the second dealt with talking about the manifestations of this parallelism within the interrogative style in the Holy Qur’an, while the third dealt with talking about this parallelism within the conditional style.    The research reached a set of results, the most important of which was that there is a prominent role for parallelism in the formation of grammatical styles in the Book of God Almighty, and this parallelism also had an impact on meaning and significance.


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