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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Passive verb construction is a process which has special importance in the Arabic language. This is because of special attention which this language pays to expressions and ways of interpretation and the elegance and delicacy of this construction can be seen clearly in miracle-like texts of the holy Quran. The existence of the invisible scenes in Quran with passive verb structure makes these intangible scenes comprehensible based on the level of ability of mundane forces and understanding. A cognitive linguistic study of these verbs demonstrates the semantic importance as well as the formal property of these verses. Quran conceptualizations from different contexts are unparalleled and God reports the information related to a sentence according to the fundamental cognitive linguistic concepts which we will later elaborate on. In processing invisible scenes in Quran, our mental descriptive forces refer to the importance of background and foreground and perspective principles in drawing and comprehending these invisible scenes. The authors of this article try to study the invisible scenes in Quran according to the fundamental cognitive linguistic concepts which mean mental alignment, scene design perspective, and scene recording, so that they emphasize the importance of deep structure and surface structure of these scenes.