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LINGUIST List 21.464

Thu Jan 28 2010

Qs: Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Corpus

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        1.    Vanka Abdel Meguid, Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Corpus

Message 1: Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Corpus
Date: 16-Jan-2010
From: Vanka Abdel Meguid <vanka212gmail.com>
Subject: Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Corpus
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Hello, everyone.

I'm looking into research for an MA dissertation on Morphology. I was
considering work on the phonological and morphological features of Egyptian
Arabic & maybe compare them them to those of Classical Arabic. Does anybody
know whether a corpus of Egyptian Colloquial Arabic is available on any
particular internet site? Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Egyptian Spoken (arz)

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