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Sibawayh was the first non-Arab to write on Arabic grammar and therefore the first one to explain Arabic grammar from a non-Arab perspective. Sībawayh, ʻAmr ibn ʻUthmān, 8th cent: Kitāb Sîbawayh: Le livre de Sībawaihi: traité Sībawayh, ʻAmr ibn ʻUthmān, active 8th century: Kitāb Abī Bishr ʻAmr. Al-Khalil ibn Ahmad al-Farahidi · Hammad ibn Salamah · Al-Akhfash al-Akbar · Yunus ibn .. Le livre de Sibawaihi. 2 vols. Paris [reprinted: New York.

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Bekijk de hele lijst. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. For this reason, the earliest grammatical treatises on Arabic are often written by non-native speakers. Walter de Gruyter Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es.

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A student of Sibawayh’s, Al-Akhfash al-Asghar Akhfash The Youngeraccosted al-Kisa’i after his teacher’s death and asked him grammatical questions, proving al-Kisa’i’s answers wrong each time.

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Kitab Sibawayh = Le livre de Sîbawaihi : traité de grammaire arabe

Remember me on this computer. Technology, Alchemy and Life Sciencespg. These student and grammarian associates were responsible for circulating Sibawayh’s work [30] and they developed the science of grammar, writing many books of their own.

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To his dismay, however, al-Kisa’i ushered in four Bedouins who had ‘happened’ to be waiting by the door. Involved was the translation of the sentence: Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.

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Due to the rapid expansion of Islam in the 8th century, many people learned Arabic as a lingua franca. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The name Niftawayha combination of “nift”, or asphalt – due to his dde complexion – and “wayh”, was given to him out of his love of Sibawayh’s works. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? You may have already requested this item.

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| Le Livre de Sibawaihi Traite de Grammaire Arabe. Tome Second., Hartwig Derenbourg |

His application of logic to the structural mechanics of language was wholly innovative for its time. Discrepancies in pronunciation may occur where a text is read aloud See harakat ; these pronunciation variants pose particular issues for religious readings of Qur’anic scripture where correct pronunciation, or reading, of God’s Word is sacrosanct.

Remember me on this computer. The Book itself, comprised several volumes and was the collaborative effort of forty-two grammarians. The E-mail message field is required.

Accessed 1 January His full name is: He was one of the earliest and greatest grammarians of the Arabic language, and his phonetic description of Arabic is one of the most precise ever made, leading some to compare him with Panini.