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Light of the Characteristics - Diya' al-Khawass (Arabic Grammar)

Price: £4.50

Author: Zulfqar Haidar Pirzada al-Azhari

Pages: 54, paperback

Language: English and Arabic

This is an insightful resource on an important subject of Arabic Grammar; the characteristics of the Arabic etymological chapters. The book reveals the intricate patterns inherent in lexical meanings of Arabic verbs and explores the etymological chapters by identifying the characteristics of each chapter with coherent examples. It is the first authentic work in English that delves into this area of Arabic Etymology and is based on the works of reliable grammarians and lexicographers.

This text compliments the well acclaimed and widely taught books on Arabic Etymology and Arabic Syntax, Imdād al-Ṣarf and Imdād al-Naḥw respectively, which were written by the Founder of Jamia Al-Karam, Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada.

Ḍiyāʾ al-Khawāṣṣ contains an Arabic text (matn) which lists the characteristics of all the chapters with examples from authentic Arabic lexicons as well as other reliable works of Arabic Language. The matn is followed by an English commentary that thoroughly explains the text.


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