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قديم 12-27-2006, 07:24 PM
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It is quite surprising that the first grammar school has not appeared in the Arab Peninsula, but in two rival cities: Basra and Kova, of Iraq. This is similar to the birth of the*Greek grammar which has not appeared in Athens, but in Alexandra where its inhabitants who came from diverse places, needed it to communicate. Thus, we find that Arab grammar was not needed by the bedouins, but for the inhabitants of Iraq, who spoke persian, syriac*besides*Arabic, was a necessity.*The*School of*Basra -*founded by Abu Alaswad Aldo'ali - was the first grammar school ever.*However,*it has not achieved a high degree of development*until several centuries later. But the Kofi grammar school has appeared in the late eighth century AD.**
And thank you sir

أرسلت بتاريخ: بالأمس 17:56:48

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