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The Moroccan Arabic Substitution gus epub

by Nasser Berjaoui


The Moroccan Arabic Substitution gus epub

ISBN: 3895861901

ISBN13: 978-3895861901

Author: Nasser Berjaoui

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Language: English

Publisher: LINCOM publishers (2008)

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Moroccan Arabic covers the following topics: Introduction and transliteration system. The cover of this book hypes it, but all the hypers are connected to the Moroccan center that published it or have connections o the author or the producer

Moroccan Arabic covers the following topics: Introduction and transliteration system. Nouns: independent pronouns; object pronouns; possessive pronouns; demonstrative pronouns. The cover of this book hypes it, but all the hypers are connected to the Moroccan center that published it or have connections o the author or the producer.

Moroccan Arabic (الدارجة المغربية) is a member of the Maghrebi Arabic dialect continuum spoken in Morocco. It is mutually intelligible to some extent with Algerian Arabic and to a lesser extent with Tunisian Arabic

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This book, which is the fifth of a series of works on Moroccan Arabic secret languages, proposes an extremely detailed account of the "gus" (please note that special characters could not be displayed accordinlgly on this platform), a secret language of one region in the south-east of Morocco, the Tafilalet. The language in question contains a rich number of varieties. This work, which addresses linguistic areas of main concern to linguists, phonologists, morphologists, sociolinguists, dialectologists, arabicists, sociologists, graduate and post-graduate students, for instance, focuses on the secretising of a multitude of words, prepositions, verbs, phrases, clauses and sentences, for instance. For descriptive convenience, this study proposes eight chapters and a detailed bibliography. The substitution "gus", which is the main concern of this book and which involves thirty-two varieties, operates through the mere and single replacement of a consonant of the word by a given consonant of the variety of the family "x". In this family of the secret languages no additional disguise item follows the encoded word. Thus, the word "kla" (eat), for instance, is encoded in one variety of the substitution "gus" as "sla" and as "wla" in another one. One extremely important aspect of the substitution secret language under study in this work is the crucial effect of the context of use of the language itself on the comprehension of the secret encounters, given the total absence of the disguise element, which would stand as the necessary key for the genuine deciphering of the encoded word. ISBN 9783895861901. Moroccan Arabic Secret Languages 05. LINCOM Studies in Afroasiatic Linguistics 21. 182pp. 2008.