Introduction to Modern Linguistics

Introduction to Modern Linguistics

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qThis textbook aims to answer the needs of our undergraduate students (mainly second, third and fourth year students) who speak Arabic, sometimes Berber, French and/or Spanish in addition to English, the target language. Five languages are used for illustration: English, French, Standard Arabic, Moroccan Arabic and Berber. The variety of English that is illustrated from is Standard British English, often referred to as the qBBC Englishq or the qQueen's Englishq, and the sound pattern of Received Pronunciation (RP), which is a standard British English accent, is described. Broadly speaking, the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) has been selected to transcribe all speech sounds. So far as Standard Arabic is concerned, the variety used is the one which is prevalent in the domain of mass media, such as radio, television and newspapers. As to Moroccan Arabic, the variety which is exemplified from is the one spoken in the regions of Rabat and Casablanca. Concerning Berber, the varieties used for illustration are the ones spoken in Ayt Hassan, near Demnat and Ayt Bouzid, near Beni-Mellal.q--Http://y.ennaji.free.fr/mohaennaji/books_iml.htm.Concerning Berber, the varieties used for illustration are the ones spoken in Ayt Hassan, near Demnat and Ayt Bouzid, near Beni-Mellal.aquot;--Http://y.ennaji.free.fr/mohaennaji/books_iml.htm.


Title:Introduction to Modern Linguistics
Author: Fatima Sadiqi, Moha Ennaji
Publisher: - 1992
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