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TOC: Languages and Linguistics 20 (2008)

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        1.    Moha Ennaji, Languages and Linguistics No 20 (2008)


Message 1: Languages and Linguistics No 20 (2008)
Date: 12-Mar-2008
From: Moha Ennaji <estryiam.net.ma>
Subject: Languages and Linguistics No 20 (2008)
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Publisher: Langues et Linguistique
http://y.ennaji.free.fr/fr/

Journal Title: Languages and Linguistics
Volume Number:
Issue Number: 20
Issue Date: 2008


Main Text:

Languages and Linguistics (See: http://www.lang-ling.on.ma/)
Issue 20 on Aspects of Berber Linguistics
Table of Contents



Introduction i
Moha Ennaji

Les Activités du Larynx en Berbère
1
Rachid Ridouane


A Comparative Study of Spirantisation in Berber 29
Khalid Ansar

La Strucutre Morphologique du Causatif en Amazigh 55
Moha Ennaji


Les Formes Réciproques en Amazigh 65
Fatima Sadiqi

The Syntax of Accusative and Dative Clitics in Moroccan Arabic and Tamazight
Berber. 73
Taoufik El Ayachi

Dealing with Word Order by Bilingual Children:
The Dilemma of Choice in a Language with Variable Orders 103
Yahya Er-rramdani

De Quelques Aspects de Convergence entre le Berbère et l’Arabe
Dialectal
121
Moussa Imarazene

Arabic-Amazigh Code Switching in Nador (Morocco)
129
Mahmoud El Salman

For more information, please contact
Prof Moha Ennaji
Mennaji2002yahoo.fr


Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
                            Syntax
                            General Linguistics
                            Morphology




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