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This paper investigates a specific compound of kāna involving the use of the Pstem of kāna followed by the S-stem of the second verb, with an optional (but usually present) particle qad intervening between them. Traditional grammars considered that kāna acts as fiʿl nāsikh on the subsequent...
Previous research on the history of Arabic agreement has shown that F.SG agreement with nonhuman/inanimate plural controllers (the most typical case of “deflected agreement”) most likely first appeared in the pronoun before the 6th century. It is thought to have then spread across the agreement...
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