The topic aims to present the grammatical views and analysis of Ibn Madaa with regards to the grammarians of Kufa and Basra as well as his response to them, in addition to the justification and defense of his views. Ibn Madaa determined that it was necessary to remove any chapters on grammar that were deemed unbeneficial, therefore eliminating anything that doesn’t benefit pronunciation or speech. Accordingly, he encouraged the simplification of grammar wherever possible and the removal from academic discourse that which doesn’t aid speech. Among such topics include the difference of opinion in the reasons for classifying subjects and objects, in addition to other areas of disagreement. He therefore advocated that there’s no need to pursue research in areas where grammarians disagree with one another, as that which doesn’t benefit speech has no value or place in research.