Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics

Papers from the Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics. Volume X: Salt Lake City, 1996

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  • Editors: Mushira Eid1, and Robert R. Ratcliffe2
  • Format: PDF
  • Publication Year: 1997
  • e-Book ISBN 9789027275912

The papers in this volume are a selection of papers presented at the 10th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (Salt Lake City, 1-3 March 1996). The contributions are:<br />Remarks on Focus in Standard Arabic: <i>Jamal Ouhalla</i>;<br />Definiteness Realization and Function in Palestinian Arabic: <i>Dina Belyayeva</i>; Case Properties of Nominalization Dps in Classical Arabic: <i>Arthur Stepanov</i>; Underspecification of Lexical Entries for Arabic Verbs: <i>Mark S. LeTourneau</i>; Plural Formation in Arabic: <i>Ali Idrissi</i>; Prosodic Templates in a Word-Based Morphological Analysis of Arabic: <i>Robert R. Ratcliffe</i>; The Suppletive Imperative of Arabic &#8216;Come&#8217;: <i>David Testen</i>; On an Optimality-Theoretic Account of Epenthesis and Syncope in Arabic Dialects: <i>Bushra Adnan Zawaydeh</i>; Acoustics of Pharyngealization vs. Uvularization Harmony: <i>Kimary N. Shahin</i>; Phonological Variation in Syrian Arabic: Correlation with Gender, Age, and Education: <i>Jamil Daher</i>; Arabic speakers and Parasitic Gaps: <i>Naomi Bolotin</i>; Stress Prosody and Speech Segmentation: Evidence from Moroccan Arabic: <i>Younes Mourchid</i>.

Subjects: Theoretical linguistics; Afro-Asiatic languages

  • Affiliations: 1: The University of Utah; 2: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo

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