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Dire ce qui ne s’est pas produit : kāna sa-yafʿalu (il aurait fait ; il allait faire / he would have done ; he was going to do) en arabe contemporain

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Dans cet article, nous proposons d’étudier en arabe contemporain la structure kāna sa-yafʿalu (en français « il allait faire » ; en anglais « he was going to do »). Elle peut être analysée de deux manières différentes : soit il s’agit du verbe kāna à valeur syntaxique associé à une particule et dans le champ duquel entre le futur formel sa-yafʿalu, soit il s’agit d’une seule et même structure intelligible comme telle. Après avoir fait la synthèse des apparitions de kāna sa-yafʿalu dans les grammaires d’arabe moderne, nous proposons une description systématique des deux types d’emploi en inventoriant les différentes valeurs qu’elle véhicule.

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2015-05-12
2017-09-23

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