Learning Grammar and Morphology at "Asifyah" of Fallujah through Modern Linguistic Perspective


The first segment of this article considers the learning grammar and morphology of Asifya, while the second assesses it in the context of modern language lessons.  This research uses an analytical approach to demonstrate that the Arabic language has a special character in its learning, education and use, owing to the nature of its historical depth, durability, and the uniqueness of some of its linguistic characteristics and its association with a sacred text is the Holy Qur'an, in the context of which it is understood, and in the words of its discourse, from which judgments are derived.

Keywords: Asifyah, Descriptive, Grammar, Morphology, Normative, Teaching Languages.