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Word order, agreement and pronominalization in standard and Palestinian Arabic

by Mohammad A. Mohammad

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Published by J.Benjamins in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMohammad A. Mohammad.
SeriesAmsterdam studies in teh theory and history of linguistic science. current issues in linguistic theory -- No.181
The Physical Object
Pagination198p. ;
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18457156M
ISBN 109027236879

Murtadha J. Bakir: Agreement Asymmetries and Word Order in Iraqi Arabic Soha El Samad: Meaningful Sense Perceptions: Existential and Transcendental Phenomenology in Jawdat Haydar’s Poems Omar F. Atari: Book Review of Farghal and Al-Manna’s Contextualizing Translation Theories: Aspects of Arabic-English Inter-lingual Communication*. Mohammad Mohammad's research and teaching focus on linguistics and the Arabic language. His publications include "Word Order, Agreement, and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic" () and "Southern California Occasional Papers in Linguistics: Studies in Syntax" (, co-edited with Gary Gilligan and Ian Roberts).

Translating contracts between English and Arabic: Towards a more pragmatic outcome Abdel Karim Mohammad, Nabil Alawi and Maram Fakhouri Department of English, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine Received on Aug Accepted on . Issues in the syntax of Arabic The Arabic language(s) Arabic belongs to the Semitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) family of languages, which includes languages like Aramaic, Ethiopian, South Arabian, Syriac, and Hebrew. A number of the languages in this group are spoken in the Middle East, the Arabian Peninsula, and Africa.

  The Problem of Subject-Verb Agreement in Arabic: Towards a Solution. In EID, M. Ed. Perspectives in Arabic Linguistics I. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. MOHAMMAD, M.A. Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. OUHALLA, Jamal Verb Movement and Word Order in Arabic. Clause Structure in Palestinian Arabic: The VP-internal Subject Hypothesis and the Derivation of Verb-initial Word Order Most studies of Palestinian Arabic have assumed the VP-internal subject hypothesis in their clause structure analysis. In this paper, I present evidence for this widely accepted hypothesis from Palestinian Arabic, setting the.


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Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. The two related issues of word order, and subject-verb agreement have occupied center stage in the study of Arabic syntax since the time of Sibawayhi in the eighth century.

This book is a contribution to both of these : In this volume, a detailed description is given of word order options in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and Palestinian Arabic (PA).

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Get this from a library. Word order, agreement, and pronominalization in standard and Palestinian Arabic. [Mohammad A Mohammad] -- The two related issues of word order, and subject-verb agreement have occupied center stage in the study of Arabic syntax since the time of Sibawayhi in the eighth century.

This book is a. It deals primarily with word order variation and subject-verb agreement in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) and the author’s native dialect, Palestinian Arabic (PA), within the minimalist framework, following Noam Chomsky’s The minimalist program (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, ).

The reader should be aware that the work is technical and difficult to follow in many places without at least Author: Alan S. Kaye. Word Order, Agreement, and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic (review) Kaye, Alan S.

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Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. Subject-verb agreement in Standard Arabic: a minimalist approach They speak Limbu language that has characteristics of pronominalization and fails under the rubric of Tibeto-Burman Himalayan language of Sino-Tibet family of languages.

The Problem of Subject-verb Agreement in Arabic. Towards a Solution. In Eid, Mushira (ed.) Perspective on Arabic Linguistics 1. Amsterdam: John Benjamins ;Mohammad M. Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard Arabic and Palestinian Arabic. Amsterdam: John Benjamins;Ouhalla J.

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A typology of the expletive pronoun in Modern Standard Arabic, Palestinian Arabic, Lebanese Arabic, and Moroccan Arabic is provided. A particularly interesting problem involving pronominal co-reference is the following: if the subject is the antecedent of a pronominal clitic, word order is free; if a pronominal is cliticized onto the subject, then the antecedent must precede.

() Word order, agreement and pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Word Order, Agreement, and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. John Benjamins, Amsterdam and Philadelphia.

Mohammad, Mohammad A. The problem of subject-verb agreement in Arabic: Towards a solution. In Mushira Eid (ed.), Ouhalla, Jamal. Agreement features, agreement and antiagreement. Natural Language and. This study explores the acquisition of Subject-Verb- Object (SVO) and Verb- Subject-Object (VSO) structures in Palestinian Colloquial Arabic (PGA) using a repetition task to examine the production Author: Reem Khamis-Dakwar.

Syntactic analysis of Arabic poses two major problems. (i) Although the canonical order of Arabic sentences is VSO, a range of other orders are possible. In order to carry out such an analysis, then, it is necessary to have a grammatical framework and an associated parsing algorithm that can cope with free word by: 7.

Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. CILT John Benjamins: Philadelphia. Google Scholar; Zdenek Žabokrtský and Otakar Smrž, Arabic Syntactic Trees: from Constituency to Dependency. EACL Conferenceompanion.

Association for Computational Linguistics, Hungary. Google Scholar Digital Library. Word Order, Agreement, and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic. John Benjamins Publishing. Moro, A. Notes on Vocative Case: A Case Study in Clause Structure. This research investigates the morpho-syntactic behaviour of the Arabic complementizer ʔinn in a range of Arabic varieties (Modern Standard Arabic, Jordanian Arabic, and Lebanese Arabic).

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Colloquial Palestinian Arabic by Nasser M. Isleem ISBN: Publication Date: PJZ9 I85 Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic by Mohammad A. Mohammad Call Number: PJM64 ISBN: Word Order, Agreement and Pronominalization in Standard and Palestinian Arabic (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory) by Mohammad A.

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