عنوان مقاله [English]
Metadiscourse is a recent theory in discourse analysis in which a writer reveals his presence through different ways in the text to interact with the readers. In this article, we investigated the interactional metadiscourse in Surahs of Quran; Al-waqi’ah, Al-hashr and Ar-rahman based on Hyland and Tse’s (2004) model who divided interactional metadiscourse into: boosters, self mentions, engagement markers, attitude markers and hedges. The selection of these surahs is based on the high emphasis on their continuous reading which shows the significant and prodigious meanings. The method of this research is qualitative and quantitative. The results showed that first, the classification of these verses is superior than the mentioned division. Second, among all metadiscourse markers only boosters, self mentions, engagement markers and attitude markers were observed with different frequencies, so that in Al-waqi’ah and Ar-rahman, the engagement markers and in Al-hashr, the attitude markers had the highest frequency. Hedges were not observed in the verses that indicates the assurance, certainty and accuracy of Quran’s verses in comparison with any other text.