التحفة السنية بشرح المقدمة الأجرومية
Bisharh al-Muqadimat al-Ajrumiyyah fi Qawa'id al-Nahw wal I'rab
By Muhammad Muhyi Deen 'Abd al-Hamid
Tahqiq By Abdul Jalil al-Ata al-Bikri
Taqdim By Abdul Ghani al-Duqar
Paperback 279 Pages
Publisher : Dar al-Fajr
About The Book
This book is one of the most used sharh of and one of the celebrated classical Arabic grammar book, al-Ajrumiyah, by Ibn Ajrum (672-723 A.H.), the first book on Arabic grammar rules.
The Arabs themselves had long before initiated a formal and systematic methodology to teach Arabic Grammar to their children.
From the systems the Arabs employed one text in particular shines far more clearly than any other, it has withstood the test of time and is still after more than seven hundred years since its author's death, being taught throughout the Arab world.
It is the text of Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn Daud as-Sinhaji, known as Ibn Ajrum. The text itself although not named as such by the author, has become known as al-Ajrumiyyah.
The Ajrumiyyah, is the quintessence of Arabic grammar, its status is largely unchallenged as an excellent introduction to this first field of learning, which every scholar must master before delving into other Arabic literature.
We find much attention has been paid to it amongst Arab scholars over a considerable period of time.
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