The Light of Islam


The article is devoted to the study of the most actual tasks of Arabic linguistics, which until today have been of interest to Arabists throughout the history of Arabic linguistics. In this article we will consider only some of the most important problems of Arabic linguistics, which occupy a central place in the problems of issues relating to various aspects of Arabic linguistics.

At present, the problem of studying Arabic linguistics in the range of lexicography, territorial dialects, and modern Arabic literary language is relevant to modern Arabic studies.

The relevance of the work is determined by the fact that the study of the problems of the Arabic language are part of the problem of the modern linguistic theory of linguistics. The practical significance of the study lies in the study of modern Arabic literary language in relation to dialects, peculiarities of lexicology and phonetics, and the historical area of this problem is also affected.

Particular attention is paid to the linguistic situation in the Arab countries, the problem of overcoming obstacles to the creation of a common literary language, the lexicological peculiarity of the literary language and dialects is described, and the historical milestones of Arabic linguistics are also affected.

The purpose of the article is to analyze the study of aspects of Arabic linguistics, highlighting the basic structures of sociolinguistic and ethnolinguistic processes that have a direct impact on the language and its development.

The author focuses on the complex problem of differentiating territorial dialects (especially dialects of the Maghreb countries), disunity and the wide gap between rural and urban dialects from the literary language in phonetics, grammar, and lexicology. This problem has been little studied and requires further research.

The conclusion reveals the essence of the linguistic situation in the Arab region, describes the problems of Arabization carried out in the Arab countries, provides conclusions about the future of the Arabic language from the point of view of modern linguistics of sociology.