ماهية الأصوات ـ دراسة وصفية في اللهجات والقراءات القرآنية
The study dealt with the sounds in the Arabic language, where the descriptive analytical method was used; For his ability to clarify the secrets, and to clarify its complexities and its truth… It aimed to identify the nature of the sounds in the Arabic language, and knowledge of its types, features, and factors affecting them; The relationship between the readings in the Qur’an and the dialects – the researchers used the Qur’anic readings to ﬁnd out the forms and shapes of the Arabic sounds; This is because it is represented in many of the dialects of the tribes… In their studies, they concluded that the sound in the Arabic language was affected by many factors: such as correction, distortion, partiality, and the fabrication of narrators; It was also affected by substitution, heart, and slurring resulting from dialect… He was not spared the impact of the environment: such as Bedouin and urban. The human sound, according to its nature, is of two types: a sound in which there is no spelling, such as laughter, crying and shouting, and a sound that results in spelled speech… The sound changes according to the change of dialects; Because of the increase, the decrease, the arrangement of letters, or the carving – and letters that strain the muscles may be whispered or vocalized, and they do not have to be sound; Also, the tendency of Arabic scholars to choose the Bedouin language over the urban language has cast a shadow over the description and study of sounds.
Keywords: Voice, Dialect, Reading, Impact.
Ibrahim Abdalla Ibrahim MOHAMMED, Associated Professor, Professor of Literature and Prosody, Eldaein University – SUDAN
Mohamed Hamden Adam MOHAMED, Associated Professor, Professor of Linguistics Major – Elneelin University – SUDAN
Siddig Alsayer Ali ADDOMA, Associated Professor, Professor of Linguistics Major, Alfasher University – SUDAN