Grammatical Direction of Verbs
Keywords:Servant, Arabic language, Messenger, Day of Judgment, Sunnah, grammatical guidance
Praise be to God who revealed to His servant the Book in a clear Arabic language, and blessings and peace be upon His faithful Messenger, his family and his faithful companions, and upon their followers and those who followed them in goodness until the Day of Judgment... and after: God Almighty has honored Arabic by making it the language of the Noble Qur'an, with which He sealed the heavenly books. And I loved him to worship God Almighty, and to obey the command of His Prophet, the best of prayers and peace be upon him, and to follow the Sunnah of the Rightly-Guided Caliphs after him. in the language of the Holy Qur'an in particular. This is because Al-Shatibi's poem - Harz Al-Amani - was widely spread and far-famous because of its importance and preference over others. As for the research method, it is an inductive and descriptive approach, by including the poetic verse of the Shatibi poem, including a Quranic witness or a poetic witness, according to the issue around which the hadith revolved and Imam al-Fassi directed it with an explanation of the opinions of linguists and readings... and it was devoted to grammatical guidance in verbs.