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  • The Distinctive Features of the Text System

    Dr. Kholoud AlDr. Kholoud AlDr. Kholoud AlDr. Kholoud Al---- Omoush Omoush Omoush Omoush

    Assistant prof. Arabic Department

    The Hashemite University

    Abstract

    Text system is one of the main pivotal points in the Text structure. This study

    tries to answer the following two questions:

    1- Is it possible to describe a system for the text like the Arabic sentence system in

    its clarity and details?

    2- What are the distinctive features of this system?

    To do so, the term "Text System" is identified in addition to scanning the

    different models introduced by Arab and Western scholars to study this system.

    The study concludes that we can suggest a clear system for the text, but it is not

    as clear as the sentence system. The components of the distinctive features of the Text

    System are:

    1- The structural side of the texts which, studies the super and infra structures of the

    text, coherence, producing the text and the temporal form.

    2- The semantic side of the text which, studies cohesion which makes the whole

    meaning of the text.

    3- The usage which, studies the relationship between text and context.

    The proposed model had been applied on the “Zalzalah Sura”

    Keywords: Text grammar, Text system.

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