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Arabic language handbook

Author: Mary Catherine Bateson
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Georgetown University Press, ©2003.
Series: Georgetown classics in Arabic language and linguistics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The demand for information on learning Arabic has grown spectacularly as English-speaking people have come to realize how much there is yet to know about other parts of the world. It is fitting that this "Arabic Language Handbook", complementing Georgetown University Press' exceptional Arabic language textbooks, is the first in a new series: "Georgetown Classics in Arabic Language and Linguistics". Sparked by the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Einführung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Catherine Bateson
ISBN: 0878403868 9780878403868
OCLC Number: 50516520
Notes: Originally published: [Washington] : Center for Applied Linguistics, 1967, in series: Language handbook series. With new foreword and updated bibliography.
Description: xv, 127 pages : map ; 22 cm.
Contents: Map of Arabic-Speaking Countries of Northern Africa and the Middle East --
An Outline of Arabic Structure --
Phonology --
Consonants --
Vowels --
Syllable structure --
Stress and pausal forms --
The noun --
Noun inflection --
Case and determination --
Gender --
Number --
Noun derivation --
Noun derivation by shifting vowel patterns --
Noun derivation by affixation --
The Arabic number system --
The verb --
Verbal inflection --
Person, gender, and number --
Mode --
Roots with C[subscript 1] = /' / or V --
Roots with C[subscript 2] = V or C[subscript 3] --
Roots with C[subscript 3] = V --
Verbal derivation --
The formation of primary verbs --
Derived verbs --
Passive verbs --
Non-triliteral forms --
Biliteral forms --
Quadriliteral forms: derived nouns and verbs --
The development of quadriliteral forms --
Outside the root system --
Monoliteral and biliteral particles --
Sets of particles --
Pronouns --
Personal pronouns --
Demonstrative and relative pronouns --
Syntax --
Parts of speech --
Major clause types --
Major types of noun phrases --
The role of the case and modal endings --
The History of Classical Arabic --
The Semitic family of languages --
The Arabic writing system --
Arabic literature --
Pre-Islamic literature and the Qur'an --
Umayyad literature --
[epsilon]Abbasid literature --
The Islamic sciences --
Belles lettres --
Arabic literature in decline --
Modern Arabic literature --
The influence of Arabic on other languages --
The Linguistic Practice of the Arabs --
Speech and writing in Classical Arabic.
Series Title: Georgetown classics in Arabic language and linguistics.
Responsibility: Mary Catherine Bateson.

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A reference on the structure of the Arabic language and issues in Arabic linguistics, from dialectics to literature. It is suitable for researchers, linguists, students, area specialists, and others  Read more...

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Students and researchers with a need for a basic handbook on the foundations of Arabic will appreciate the thoroughness and extensive coverage provided. American Reference Books Annual

 
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