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LINGUIST List 19.3426

Mon Nov 10 2008

Qs: Colloquial Egyptian Lexicography

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        1.    Jeffrey Charles Marck, Colloquial Egyptian Lexicography

Message 1: Colloquial Egyptian Lexicography
Date: 08-Nov-2008
From: Jeffrey Charles Marck <jeffjeffmarck.net>
Subject: Colloquial Egyptian Lexicography
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I am a linguist retired to Cairo seeking information on persons or projects
working to document modern (''colloquial'' or ''slang'' (the Egyptians call
it)) Egyptian Arabic.

I am available to help on such a project or will make my own (and have
assistants starting up the work).

I would be very grateful to know of anyone who is or may be involved with
or planning a such a project.

Thank you,

Jeff Marck PhD (Linguistics, Australian National U.

Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation

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