Contrasting Morphological Visions And Attracting Them To Linguists Muhammad Abdul Muttalib Crying His Linguistic Efforts

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Associate Professor: Issam Adnan Al-Yasiri , Researcher Doaa Tariq Salman


The Arabic morphological theory represents an important stage in the grammar of the language, especially its innovative approaches to describe the morphological changes in the Arabic language. The success of these rules, and the Arabs had a long history in studies

Linguistics with its different domains of sound, morphology, syntax, semantics, and lexicon, and they excelled in writing in a wonderful way in terms of the abundance of materials and in terms of inclusion in strays and anecdotes.

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