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... covering affective communication in Arabic restricted by Arab culture in modern society . ... at home with Arab culture.3 2 I am gratefully indebted to my brother Yehūda who assisted me in my field research , and introduced me to ...

Author: Moshe Piamenta

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004059679

Category: Social Science

Page: 279

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1979 By Moshe Piamenta

In Everyday Arab Identity: The Daily Reproduction of the Arab World Christopher Phillips seeks to explain why, how and in what forms Arabism is nourished and reproduced. Engaging the contemporary debates surrounding Arabism, ...

Author: Christopher Phillips

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415684880

Category: Social Science

Page: 207

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Whether through government propaganda or popular transnational satellite television channels, Arab citizens encounter a discourse that reinforces a sense of belonging to their own state and a broader Arab world on a daily basis. Looking through the lens of nationalism theory, this book examines how and why Arab identity continues to be reproduced in today's Middle East, and how that Arab identity interacts with strengthening ties to religion and the state. Drawing on case studies of two ideologically different Arab regimes, Syria and Jordan, Christopher Phillips explores both the implications this everyday Arab identity will have on western policy towards the Middle East and its real life impact on international relations. Offering an original perspective on this topical issue, this book will be of interest to academics and practitioners working on the Arab world and political affairs, as well as students of International Relations, Political Science and the Middle East, notably Syria and Jordan, and policymakers in the region.

ARABIC ALLADĪ AS A CONJUNCTION: AN OLD PROBLEM AND A NEW APPROACH Werner Diem Cologne Sunt aliquot quoque res, ... The important role of this formula, simple and expanded, in “everyday Arabic speech” is borne out by numerous examples in ...

Author: Everhard Ditters

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004160156

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 757

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This Liber Amicorum discusses topics on the history of Arabic grammar, Arabic linguistics, and Arabic dialects, domains in which Kees Versteegh plays a leading role.

Studies in the Syntax of Palestinian Arabic . Jerusalem : I.O.S. 1979a . Islam in Everyday Arabic Speech . Leiden : Brill . 1979b . Jerusalem Arabic Lexicon . In : Arabica XXVI , fasc . 3 : 229-266 . 1989. A lexicographic study of ...

Author: Alexander Borg

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789047413974

Category: Reference


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Cypriot Arabic, is an unwritten language and mother tongue of several hundred bilingual (Arabic/Greek) Maronites from Kormakiti (N.W. Cyprus). In this book many Cypriot Arabic terms are cited with illustrative examples and ethnographic commentary where relevant. It is primarily intended for orientalists and linguists specializing in comparative Semitics and Arabic dialectology.
2004-10-01 By Alexander Borg

Author: H. M. Nahmad


ISBN: OCLC:230317827


Page: 99

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1940 By H. M. Nahmad

MSA is not used in everyday interaction; although Arabic speakers might use it for formal discussions, they don't use it to speak to someone on an informal basis. As a visitor to the Arab world, the only time you're likely to hear it is ...

Author: Jonathan Featherstone

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN: 9781406684506

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 152

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Talk Arabic Enhanced eBook (with audio) - Learn Arabic with BBC Active The bestselling way to make learning Arabic easy "Determined to learn the language but no time for nightschool? Try the BBC Talk short courses."The Guardian Learn even faster and smarter with the flexibility, speed and convenience of this enhanced eBook. Everything you need is just where you need it: navigate the book with ease, practise your listening and speaking skills, test your progress and access valuable language notes all with one touch from the page you're on. Talk Arabic has already inspired thousands of people to learn Arabic from scratch and find the confidence to give it a go. It is a bestselling course, widely used both in the classroom and by independent learners. Make fast progress right from the start using the successful, proven Talk method - with specially designed activities, interactive audio and clear, jargon-free grammar explanations. Develop your language skills with tips and strategies to help you learn. Express yourself more confidently through taking part in real Arabic conversations. Whether you're learning for business, travel or just for fun, this straightforward, step-by-step approach will ensure you're soon able to speak Arabic in a range of everyday situations. Learner reviews of the book/CD version of Talk Arabic: "A very good and well organised course. I have been struggling with Arabic classes for two years and this has given me the confidence to speak up at last. I recommend it." "Perfect starter pack for beginners: Highly recommended." "Excellent course. Very clear and easy to follow." Talk Arabic focusses on the Arabic of the Levant, spoken in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine and widely understood elsewhere. Also available in French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
2016-05-11 By Jonathan Featherstone

As to folk songs, composed in ordinary, everyday language, they are sung in feasts and wedding ceremonies. ... It is these features of Arabic poetic form, of texts produced in both standard and everyday Arabic—in all its dialects—as ...

Author: Bootheina Majoul

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527560420

Category: History

Page: 278

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Texts act like receptacles for an ever-present remembered past, or what the French philosopher Paul Ricœur calls “the present representation of an absent thing”. They might embody an efficient remedy to forgetting but could also become a vivid testimony for exorcised traumas. This volume focuses on Ricœur’s phenomenology of memory, epistemology of history, and hermeneutics of forgetting. A special emphasis is laid on the dissension between individual and collective institutional memory.
2020-10-06 By Bootheina Majoul

This book, designed as a simple course, includes phrases for everyday use and should prove invaluable for those sojourning Arab lands.

Author: Yunus Agaskar

Publisher: Jaico Publishing House

ISBN: 9788172242282

Category: Self-Help

Page: 116

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Arabic is no longer the language of a few nomadic desert tribes, but the lingua franca of one of the richest and fast developing regions. For the large number of job seekers going to the Arab countries, some working knowledge of the language and its grammar has become a must. This book, designed as a simple course, includes phrases for everyday use and should prove invaluable for those sojourning Arab lands.
1993-01-01 By Yunus Agaskar

While there are standard transliteration systems for literary Arabic and Persian ( e.g. , those used by the International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies ) , rendering colloquial dialects from a variety of areas is more problematic .

Author: Donna Lee Bowen

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253214904

Category: History

Page: 411

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A revised and updated edition of a popular and widely used text
2002 By Donna Lee Bowen