عنوان المقالة [Persian]
The vocabulary of the Holy Qur’an carries within it linguistic and moral connotations that are completely consistent with its glorious purposes and objectives that it wants to convey to the same listener and recipient. Linguists and commentators, especially those who are interested in the linguistic aspect, are divided into different groups in this regard. Some of them are content with analyzing the verses and their passages purely morphologically, grammatically, and linguistically, without discovering the hidden meanings and benefits behind these linguistic structures. High rhetoric. On the second side, there are those who have extracted, through these linguistic examinations, unique pearls that point to the secrets found in forms of rhetoric such as introduction, delay, indefiniteness, definition, and metaphor... For example, introduction and delay are not just a manipulation of the place of vocabulary, but rather have a great purpose that makes... Speech is coherent and consistent The position and the situation, since precedence and delay, for example, are present in ordinary speech, poetry, and prose. Therefore, precedence and delay in and of themselves are not a reason for the elevation of speech. Rather, this precedence or delay does not have any significance until it has a specificity and a feature that distinguishes it from all other speech. This is what the researcher arrived at by studying the second verse of Surat Al-Baqarah.
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