The Controversy Between the Spoken and Written in Arabic - A Study of Phonetic Values and the Multiplicity of References -
Keywords:Spoken, Written, References, Deletion, Addition
The controversy between what lies amidst the spoken and written, and the gap of nonconformity constitutes a problematic dilemma in the Arabic language, a serious dilemma. This study seeks to identify this problem, trying to point out its features, causes and explanations by considering of the reasons derived from phonetic values, or from the origins that influenced the emergence of Arabic calligraphy becoming one of the fixed residues that define the Arabic systems of writing. The study reviews examples of this controversy being described s a problematic, so the study utilizes the instrument of induction, as well as the descriptive analytical method by observing and analyzing samples of the problem. The study does not aim to tally nor to monitor its details. As such, the study is limited to the features of deletion and addition. The study ended with a number of results regarding observing and dealing this controversy.