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14 See also Mubarrad Muqtaḍab I, 146 and Ibn al-Sarrāj ʾUṣūl I, 72–73; and cf. Levin 1985a:118, incl. nn. 2 and 3; Goldenberg 1988:41–51 provides an illuminating discussion of the terms used by the grammarians for the predicative relation: musnad/musnad ʾilayhi, muxbar/muxbar ʿanhu15 and muḥ addat̠/muḥ addat̠ ʿanhu. However, the comparison between the mubtadaʾ and the fāʿil raised the question as to which of the two should be regarded as basic or higher in rank (martaba), relative to the other.

Indeed, Wright (II, p. 253, and cf. above) maintains that when the subject precedes its adverbial/prepositional predicate, the sentence is “nominal” ( jumla ismiyya). However, in his discussion of nominal sentences with an indefinite subject, Wright (1896–1898, II:260–262) uses jumla ẓarfiyya as a cover term for all cases where the predicate is an adverbial/prepositional phrase, without regard to its position relative to the subject. The problematical aspects of the concept jumla ẓarfiyya will be further illustrated in Chapter Four.

That he is the same as you have always known him. introduction 25 In Ibn Yaʿīš’s words, in ʿAbdu-llāhi munṭaliqun (“ ʿAbdullāh is leaving”) the truth or falsehood of the proposition ʾinnamā waqaʿā fī nṭilāqi ʿAbdi-llāhi lā fī ʿAbdi-llāhi li-ʾanna l-fāʾidata fī nṭilāqihi (“resides in ʿAbdullāh’s [actual] leaving, not in ʿAbdullāh himself, because the communicative value [of the sentence as a whole] lies in his leaving”—Ibn Yaʿīš Šarḥ I, 87; and cf. Ibn al-Sarrāj ʾUṣūl I, 62; for further discussion of the truth value of the clausal xabar, see Ibn ʿUṣfūr [d.

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