Association of Arab Universities Journal for Arts مجلة اتحاد الجامعات العربية للآداب
Functional Intonational Type in the Construction of Synthetic Categorizations and Adjustment of the Semantic Guides
This research deals with the intonation and its importance in the contemporary study of language. It deals with applying some theoretical perspectives in heritage and modern studies. The descriptive analytical method has been followed. The most important objectives of this research are: the ability to establish governing rules for the path of intonation degrees, specifying its semantic features, considering it a linguistic method that is used to interpret the structure and significance issues, and disclosing the seven tasks of intonation. It states some of regulations to measure the intonation degrees, its levels (high, medium or low). It puts some criteria to specify the intonation degrees according to its components. The research includes some intonation vocal accompaniments which provide some clarifications. The research authenticates the relationship between the intonation as a tool, the formation as a construction and the connotations as inspiration. The research focuses on the role of intonation in forming the synthetic sayings and its structure. The research uses some intonation degrees to separate between the Grammatical methods and psychological dimensions. In the end, the research presents some evidence from the Holy Quran and poetry which illustrates the effect of intonation in the structure and its evidence. The research presents some recommendations to improve the criteria of classifying the intonation and its elements, which contribute to claifying the structures of the categories and controlling their semantic features.
Al-daihani, Ameena Salem
"Functional Intonational Type in the Construction of Synthetic Categorizations and Adjustment of the Semantic Guides,"
Association of Arab Universities Journal for Arts مجلة اتحاد الجامعات العربية للآداب: Vol. 19:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/aauja/vol19/iss1/4