Schools of Arabic syntax, rejection and acceptance argumentation


  • Hussain Arsheed Al-Aswad Al-Azamat Al al-Bayt University
  • Mahmoud Fleih Salman Al-Qudah Al al-Bayt University


The current paper investigates the researchers’ concerns about schools of syntax. Those researchers  exert efforts in studying this concept from a linguistic perspective. It should better ignore this argumentation by eliminating this concept and steering these efforts to study the syntactic concepts in syntactic field

It is noted that much  argumentation occurred about the syntactic schools between researchers who either prove this concept and expand it or reject it. This argumentation resulted in that some scholars believe that two syntactic schools exist, some others believe in one school, while a third part believe that three schools exist in this discipline. In conclusion it is noted that this argumentation never serves any value to the Arabic syntax   two schools in syntax



How to Cite

حسين ارشيد الأسود العظامات, & محمود فليح سلمان القضاة. (2023). Schools of Arabic syntax, rejection and acceptance argumentation. Tishreen University Journal- Arts and Humanities Sciences Series, 44(6), 153–164. Retrieved from