Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics

Papers from the annual symposia on Arabic Linguistics

Volume XXII–XXIII: College Park, Maryland, 2008 and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2009

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| Stony Brook University (SUNY)
| University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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The present volume presents cutting-edge research on Arabic linguistics. It features a set of papers which continue a long tradition of seeking new explanations for familiar or previously undiscovered structural patterns. While the papers illustrate a range of approaches, from formalist to functionalist, each paper combines rigorous analysis of a set of Arabic data within the context of explicit models of some aspect of human language. The volume consists of three sections, the first section devoted to phonetics and phonology, the second to syntax, and the third to language acquisition and language contact.

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 317]  2011.  xxvi, 295 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii–viii
Editors’ Introduction
ix–xxvi
Part I. Phonetics & phonology
Empirical evidence: Stress as a perceptual unit in Cairene spoken Arabic
Rajaa Aquil
1–20
Regressive voicing assimilation in Cairene Arabic
Rawiah S. Kabrah
21–34
The phonology–syntax interface:: Phrasal syncope in Makkan Arabic
Mahasen Hasan Abu-Mansour
35–56
Leading, linking, and closing tones and tunes in Egyptian Arabic – what a simple intonation system tells us about the nature of intonation
Dina El Zarka
57–74
Part II. Morphology & syntax
Arabic agree, silent pronouns, and reciprocals
Abdelkader Fassi Fehri
75–126
Mood feature as case licenser in Modern Standard Arabic
Tommi Tsz-Cheung Leung
127–148
Extraction and deletion in Palestinian Arabic comparatives
Yaron McNabb and Christopher Kennedy
149–166
The verb kan ‘be’ in Moroccan Arabic
Nizha Chatar-Moumni
167–186
Against the split-CP hypothesis: Evidence from Iraqi Arabic
Murtadha J. Bakir
187–202
Part III. Language acquisition, learning & contact
Probability matching in Arabic and Romance morphology
Mary Ann Walter
203–244
Gender differences in VOT production of Arabic/English bilingual children
Eman Saadah
245–268
Phonological processing in diglossic Arabic: The role of linguistic distance
Elinor Saiegh-Haddad
269–280
Early acquisition of SVO and VSO word orders in Palestinian Colloquial Arabic
Reem Khamis-Dakwar
281–292
Index
293–296
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2CSR – Linguistics/Arabic
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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