التقديم مفهومه ورتبته في القرآن الكريم
Introduction and delay are important rhetorical methods in the Arabic language, as they reflect high eloquence, fulfilling semantic purposes in the shortest phrase and briefest way. It has been mentioned extensively in the Holy Qur’an, and this method appears frequently in verses of rulings and methods of dialogue. Mostly, the method of introduction is Delay indicates specificity, and may come to indicate the meaning of praise, praise, veneration, or disdain. There are two types in Arabic: either prioritizing one word over another, or prioritizing the object prior to its agent, such as: prioritizing the object prior to its verb, or the adverb prior to the genitive and the genitive. Among the results that the research reached is that it is one of the verbal phenomena that is not subject to a specific measurement, and it aims to the speaker expands his meanings, and the hadith scholars expanded the semantic outcome of the phenomenon of introduction in the Holy Qur’an more than the rhetoricians. The semantic result of the introduction in the Holy Qur’an is considered one of the letters of the Quranic miracle. Because it is a deviation from the original for a semantic and illustrative purpose that relates to the recipient.
Keywords: The Holy Qur’an, Submission, Delay.
Abeer Adnan Mahdi ALSAFI, Master’s degree in Arabic Language, Language Branch, Education Faculty, University of Karbala – IRAQ
Zahraa Sabah Mahmoud AL-KHAFAJI, Master’s degree in Arabic Language, Language Branch, Education Faculty, University of Karbala – IRAQ