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LINGUIST List 20.3196

Tue Sep 22 2009

TOC: Languages and Linguistics 11/22 (2008)

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        1.    Moha Ennaji, Languages and Linguistics Vol 11, No 22 (2008)

Message 1: Languages and Linguistics Vol 11, No 22 (2008)
Date: 18-Sep-2009
From: Moha Ennaji <mennaji2002yahoo.fr>
Subject: Languages and Linguistics Vol 11, No 22 (2008)
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Publisher: Langues et Linguistique
http://y.ennaji.free.fr/fr/

Journal Title: Languages and Linguistics
Volume Number: 11
Issue Number: 22
Issue Date: 2008


Subtitle: Arabic and its Varieties


Main Text:

Languages and Linguistics

An International Refereed Journal of Linguistics

Issue 22, December 2008


Arabic and its Varieties: Phonetic and Prosodic Aspects

Edited by
Mohamed Embarki


For further subscription or placing an order, please contact :
mennaji2002yahoo.fr
Or visit our website: www.lang-ling.on.ma


Contents


Introduction i
Mohamed Embarki

Arabic Phonetics: A Survey 1
Judith Rosenhouse

Pre-pausal Devoicing and Glottalisation in Varieties
of the South-Western Arabian Peninsula 17
Janet Watson and Yahya Asiri

Durational Cues for Gemination in Lebanese Arabic 39
Ghada Khattab and Jalal Al-Tamimi

Locus Equation as an Index of Arabic Dialectal Variation 57
Mohamed Embarki, Christian Guilleminot,
Mohamed Yeou and Sallal Al Maqtari

Variation in the Intonation of Egyptian Formal and Colloquial Arabic 73
Dina El Zarka and Sam Hellmuth

The Full Vowel/Schwa Alternation: An Optimality Theoretic
Approach to Variation in Moroccan Arabic Verbs
93
Ahmed Ech- Charfi


Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
                            General Linguistics
                            Phonetics

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)
                            Arabic, North Levantine Spoken (apc)
                            Arabic, Moroccan Spoken (ary)

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