Opinions and Theories: A Descriptive and Analytical Study of Human Language

  • Jihad Faiz Al-Islam University of Tehran, Tehran. Iran


Linguistic studies have increased, and everyone has worked on them in their own way, but language still draws attention to its importance and place in human societies and their accelerating civilization, and therefore the science of linguistics appeared and theories in it abounded, to discuss matters and answer what is on the mind and echoing in thoughts.                                                                              

The research starts from a problem that appears in the following questions: How did the language begin and when? How did you grow up? How did you develop? How did you branch out? What are the new theories? Is it possible to know the truth about language? The researcher tried to address these questions, through the descriptive analytical method, to reach some results, including: - The science of linguistics and linguistics has expanded and continues to do so, in addition to theories of the origin and development of language.                                                                                                                   

-Linguists and those interested in it are still writing more assumptions and theories about the origin and development of language, because the human mind has not yet been convinced by the many and diverse theories, sayings, discussions, and hypotheses presented to it.                                                    

-Linguistic studies are not compatible with the challenges of the current era.                                          

-Linguistic words and vocabulary are cultural and civilizational shipments that humanity needs to review, scrutinize, refine, and supply from.                                                                                             

The study aims to arouse interest in the language as a part of human culture and civilization to enrich the Arabic library with this type of studies.

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Jihad Faiz Al-Islam، University of Tehran, Tehran. Iran


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كيفية الاقتباس
Al-Islam, J. F. (2024). Opinions and Theories: A Descriptive and Analytical Study of Human Language. المجلة العربية لعلم الترجمة, 3(6), 93-111. https://doi.org/10.17613/kejf-p367