Relative Pronoun and its Relative Clause in the Akkadian Language
2012, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 177-188
AbstractIn spite of the fate that Akkadian is not regarded as a communication and writing language, it is still paid a great deal of attention by the scholars specializations in this language. This fact lies in that this language awash with information that helped the scholars in this field to make a kind of unification in the rules of the Arabits languages to solve their complications.
This study sheds light on important aspect of this language, namely, '' the relative pronoun in the Akkadian language '' this is an attempt to arabits the rules of these Akkadian language.
This study introduces the definition of the relation pronoun, its clause, its order and the antecedent pronoun of the relative pronoun. It also talks about the connection between the noun, verb and the relative pronoun. Similarly it tackles the omitted relative pronoun in the relative clause.
One of the most important features of the Akkadian language is that the relative pronoun is the basic element in the Akkadian sentence which creates, with its antecedent, a nominal sentence non acting clause in the parsing.
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