Grammatical Semantics in Verbs

1Hazim Yousif Naser, Dr. Amir Moqaddam Mottaqi, Dr. Aasaad Khalaf Alawadi

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Abstract:

(Was /Kana/)Wa Akhwatouhaor so-called Model Verbs have been called Model, because they do not complete the meaning of the sentence with the presence of the excerpt only, but you cannot get benefit from it unless it is found an accusative after the excerpt, and there are Relatives to (Was /Kana/)and they are(Become, Is becoming, Has continued, Has become, Now, Remain, Became, Has been, (be) still, have been, As long as, Not, has been)and it is considered one of the Transcriptional verbs that enter the syntax of the nominal sentences, but its work is to excerpt subject/Mubtada'/ and become the name of (Was /Kana/)and accused the objective /Khabar/ and become its objective and examples of that : The boy became ill / Asbha Alwaladu Maridan/.

Keywords:

Model Verbs, Semantics, syntax

Paper Details
Month9
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 10
Pages4968-4989