Jordanian Arabic Between Diglossia and Bilingualism: Linguistic Analysis
John Benjamins Publishing, 1 янв. 1985 г. - Всего страниц: 131
Suleiman provides a linguistic analysis of Jordanian Arabic spoken by educated groups and in particular by students at Yarmouk University. He investigates the extent to which spoken Jordanian Arabic is affected by the classical-colloquial dichotomy (i.e. the extent to which diglossia is involved). In addition, the influence of language contact between English and Arabic is studied (with reference to code-switching, interference and integration) by comparing the linguistic repertoire of Yarmouk students (where English is often used as a medium of instruction) with that of students at other Arab universities (where the medium of instruction is basically Arabic).
Отзывы - Написать отзыв
Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.
Другие издания - Просмотреть все
Jordanian Arabic between Diglossia and Bilingualism: Linguistic analysis
Salah M. Suleiman
Ограниченный просмотр - 1985
allophones Alternates with Arabic Arab Universities Arabic speakers asqaTat Bedouin Bedouin variety bilingualism borrowing Butros classical and colloquial classical Arabic code-switching col colloquial Arabic colloquial variety com common word completely assimilated word con consonants coreference culture dialect diglossia distinction dominant egyptian Arabic example fact Fallahi gemination guage Haugen Hussein inter interference Jordanian Arabic lan language contact language situation lexical lexicon linguistic varieties loan translations Loanshifts loanwords loquial Madani variety medium of instruction Modern Standard Arabic native colloquial equivalent native morphemes noun NP's patterns phonemic phonological plural pre prevalent pronunciation reference research findings respondents sample semantic sentence sing soccer social speakers of Arabic speech spoken standard Arabic standard varieties structure stu switch system of Arabic tion topic variables variety of Arabic variety of Jordanian verb vowels Weinreich 1953 word is completely word order Yarmouk students Yarmouk University students