Concentrating on the difference between the two types of Arabic the classical standard language and the dialects Kees Versteegh charts the. Concentrating on the difference between the two types of Arabic–the classical standard language and the dialects–Kees Versteegh charts the history and. LITERATUR/REVIEWS. Kees Versteegh: The Arabic Language. Edinburgh: Edinburgh. University Press ix, pp. This is a very useful handbook, both for.
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Published by Edinburgh University Press. Concentrating on the difference between the two types of Arabic–the classical standard language and the dialects–Kees Versteegh charts the history and development of the Arabic language from its earliest beginnings to modern times.
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The reader is given a solid grounding in the structure of the language, its historical context and its kers in various literary and non-literary genres, as well as an understanding of the role of Arabic as a cultural, religious and political world language.
The Study of Arabic in the West 2. Arabic as a Semitic Language 3.
The Earliest Stages of Arabic 4. Arabic in the Pre-Islamic Period 5. The Development of Classical Arabic 6.
The Structure of Arabic 7. The Arabic Linguistic Tradition 8. The Emergence of New Arabic 9.
The Study of the Arabic Dialects The Dialects of Arabic The Emergence of Modern Standard Arabic Arabic as a Minority Language Arabic Pidgins and Creoles He graduated in Classical and Semitic languages and specializes in historical linguistics and the history of linguistics, focusing on processes of language change and language contact. His books include Pidginization and Creolization: Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
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The Arabic Language Second Edition Kees Versteegh Published by Edinburgh University Press Covers all aspects of the history of Arabic, the Arabic linguistic tradition, Arabic dialects and Arabic as a world language Makes links between linguistic history and cultural history Emphasises the role of contacts between Arabic and other languages New to this Edition: Additional chapters on the structure of Arabic, bilingualism and Arabic pidgins and creoles A full explanation of the use of conventional Arabic transcription and IPA characters An updated bibliography All chapters have been revised and updated in light of recent research.
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