Terkip ve tertip açısından kuranı kerimde mefuller

Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Sivas Cumhuriyet University, İlahiyat Fakültesi, Temel İslam Bilimleri Böl., Turkey

Approval Date: 2019

Thesis Language: Turkish


Supervisor: Mehmet Ali Şimşek


In our study named 'Terkip ve Tertip Açısından Kur'ân-ı Kerîm'de Mef'ûller', we examined direct objects being the one of the most important subjects of syntax. In this study, we tried to determine the place of direct objects in syntax, to show the approach of syntax experts about direct objects and to prove conjoining and phrase of direct objects in the sentence. The study consists of introduction, four chapters and conclusion. In the first part of the study, we first made an effort to deal with the types of words and phrase by refering classical and modern sources. We examined the language structures formed by the combination of at least two words (phrases) within the framework of word groups since they do not make sense by themselves and they are used for a single sentence element as a whole. In the second part of the study, we briefly mentioned about the sentence, the ways of the formation of the sentence, the elements of the sentence, and the parts of the sentence. We found that the status of the sentence in the pharagraph is as important as the status of a single word in the sentence for the integrity of the meaning. Since the main subject of the study is the direct objects, we dealt with five direct objects in detail. In the third and fourth parts of the study, we tried to show that phrase knowledge and syntax are one of the things that must be known in transferring emotions, thoughts and ideas. In this context, we tried to explain the five phareses which are the complementary elements of the sentence by giving examples from the Quran in terms of conjoining and phrase. We conclude the study with the conclusion part that summarize the findings we obtained about conjoining and phrase feature of direct objects mentioned in the Quran. Key Words: Arabic, Phrase, Direct Objects, Conjoining, Word order, Quran.