Arabic language and linguistics
Source:Georgetown University round table on languages and linguistics series 2004, Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, p.232 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb PJ6074 .A76 2012
Keywords:Arabic language--Discourse analysis, Arabic language--Rhetoric, Arabic language--Usage, Arabic language--Variation
Contents: Negation in Moroccan Arabic : scope and focus / Nizha Chatar-Moumni -- On the syntax and semantics of Arabic universal quantification / Kamel A. Elsaadany and Salwa Muhammed Shams -- Statistical and symbolic paradigms in Arabic computational linguistics / Ali Farghaly -- Raising in standard Arabic : backward, forward, and none / Youssef A. Haddad -- Construct state nominals as semantic predicates / Sarah Ouwayda -- On licensing wh-scope : wh-questions in Egyptian Arabic revisited / Usama Soltan -- The notion of "complete" and "incomplete" verbs in early Arabic grammatical theory : Kāna and its sisters / Hana Zabarah -- Women and politeness on Egyptian talk shows / Reem Bassiouney -- Bonjour, ça va? Labas ʻale-ik? French and Arabic in Casablanca / Elena Canna -- Nominalization in Arabic discourse : a genre analysis perspective / Ahmed Fakhri -- The elusiveness of Luġa Wuṣtā : or, attempting to catch its "true nature" / Gunvor Mejdell -- Mexicans speaking in Dârija (Moroccan Arabic) : media, urbanization, and language changes in Morocco / Catherine Miller -- Critical languages and critical thinking : reframing academic Arabic programs / Karin Christia Ryding -- Ideology and the standardization of Arabic / Yasir Suleiman -- The ditransitive dative divide in Arabic : grammaticality assessments and actuality / David Wilmsen.