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Journal Title: Languages and Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   28/
Issue Title: Morphology and Gender in Arabic and Amazigh
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Morphology and Gender in Arabic and Amazigh
Languages and Linguistics No 28, 2012

Contents

Introduction
i

Moha Ennaji & Fatima Sadiqi
Fixed Vocalism in the Broken Plurals of Muscat Arabic
Khalsa Al Aghbari
1

The Construct State in Arabic and Berber
Moha Ennaji
21

Subject Clitics in Standard Arabic, Moroccan Arabic, and Tamazight
Taoufik El Ayachi
35

Gender Differences in Speech Act Realizations:
Congratulating in Tashelhit as a Case Study
71
Khadija Sekkal

Change in the Language of Tirawi Wedding Songs
Mahmoud El Salman and Thomas Roche
83

For more information, contact: mennaji2002@yahoo.fr
Publisher: Langues et Linguistique
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Pragmatics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard
Arabic, Omani
Arabic, Moroccan
Tachelhit
Tamajeq, Tayart
Tamajaq, Tawallammat
Language Family(ies): Berber
 
LL Issue: 23.3467