Phonemic dualism between morphology and sound


The Arabic morphology depends on the weight, which represents the measurement of the pronunciation in Arabic, and the abundance of triple expressions is the criterion that determined the triple weight in nouns and verbs, as for the linguistic reality that requires us to have binary words bearing nominal and verbal signs, which contradicts the rules of Arabic morphology in the weight of the form and the weight Building, and the old view cannot place a dual weight of binary buildings, so Arab scholars subjected binary structures to triple weight with multiple interpretations of estimators, omitted or inverted, which led to the emergence of the Ialal door in the Arab exchange, which helped them in that. The waw and the ya have a natural phonemic potential In it, they transform from a sound to a semi-voice that can withstand movement. The presence of words such as: blood, hand, father ... etc., although they are few, represent an ancient linguistic reality that cannot be denied, as well as verbs such as: he said, sold, slept ... etc. they are actions related to the first social life of a person, as these words are subject to Various conjugations in the language, so that they are more flexible than others in accepting the changes that occur to them; The reason for this is due to the sounds of the building itself on the one hand, and the sounds that enter it on the other hand. An acoustic view of these words can clearly reveal to us what they are, and define for us their dual reality, which must be taken into consideration, and strive to put a binary weight for it, without the scholars entering into those interpretations that reach the point of positivity and that tire the world and the learner in Study it.