Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics

Papers from the annual symposium on Arabic linguistics

Volume XVI: , Cambridge, March 2002

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| Cambridge University
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The papers in this volume are a selection from papers presented at the Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics, held in Cambridge, UK, in 2002. They deal with a wide range of theoretical issues in varieties of Arabic.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 266]  2006.  xii, 181 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
vii
Preface
Sami Boudelaa
ix–xi
The Organization of the Lexicon in Arabic and Other Semitic Languages
Georges Bohas
1–37
The Plural of Paucity in Arabic and Its Actual Scope: On two claims by Siibawayhi and Al-Farraa'
Ignacio Ferrando
39–61
Why There Is No Koiné in Sanʕaaʔ,Yemen
Andrew Freeman
63–82
Empty Nuclei in Arabic Speech Patterns and the Diacritic sukuun
Michael Ingleby and Fatmah A. Baothman
83–94
Representing Coarticulation Processes in Arabic Speech
Michael Ingleby and Fatmah A. Baothman
95–102
The Textual Component in Classical Arabic: Investigating information structure
Salwa A. Kamel
103–130
Acoustic and Auditory Differences in the /t/-/ṭ/ Opposition in Male and Female Speakers of Jordanian Arabic
Ghada Khattab, Feda Al-Tamimi and Barry Heselwood
131–160
Pharyngealization Effects in Maltese Arabic
Mary Ann Walter
161–178
Index
179–181
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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