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  Nuevo manual de Lengua Árabe 05-05-2003 
   
  Arabic Language Handbook Mary Catherine Bateson, Foreword by Karin C. Ryding
144 páginas, 2003



  Acaba de publicarse un nuevo manual de lengua árabe en inglés (incluye: gramática, literatura y lingüística)

Arabic Language Handbook
Mary Catherine Bateson, Foreword by Karin C. Ryding

Índice de materias:

Foreword
Preface
Notations
Map of Arabic-Speaking Countries of Northern Africa and the Middle-East

An Outline of Arabic Structure
1.1 General features
1.2 Phonology
1.21 Consonants
1.22 Vowels
1.23 Syllable structure
1.24 Stress and pausal forms
1.3 The noun
1.31 Noun inflection
1.311 Case and determination
1.312 Gender
1.313 Number
1.32 Noun derivation
1.321 Noun derivation by shifting vowel patterns
1.322 Noun derivation by affixation
1.33 The Arabic number system
1.4 The verb
1.41 Verbal inflection
1.411 Person, gender, and number
1.412 Mode
1.42 Verbal derviation
1.421 The formation of primary verbs
1.422 Derived verbs
1.4221 Passive verbs
1.5 Non-triliteral verbs
1.51 Biliteral forms
1.52 Quadriliteral forms: derived nouns and verbs
1.53 The development of quadriliteral forms
1.6 Outside the root system
1.61 Monoliteral and biliteral particles
1.62 Sets of particles
1.63 Pronouns
1.631 Personal pronouns
1.632 Demonstrative and relative pronouns
1.7 Syntax
1.71 Parts of speech
1.72 Major clause types
1.73 Major types of noun phrases
1.74 The role of the case and modal endings

The History of Classical Arabic
2.1 The Semitic family of languages
2.2 The Arabic writing system
2.3 Arabic literature
2.31 Pre-Islamic literature and the Qur΄ān
2.32 Umayyad literature
2.33 εAbbasid literature
2.331 The Islamic sciences
2.332 Belles lettres
2.34 Arabic literature in decline
2.35 Modern Arabic literature
2.4 The influence of Arabic on other languages

The Linguistic Practice of the Arabs
3.1 Speech and writing in Classical Arabic
3.11 The origins of Classical Arabic
3.12 Classical Arabic in the Islamic Empire
3.13 The modern use of Classical Arabic
3.14 The modern form of Classical Arabic
3.141 Simplifications and Colloquial influences
3.142 Lexical development
3.143 European influences on style and syntax
3.144 Formal efforts at language reform
3.2 Speech (and writing) in Colloquial Arabic
3.21 The origins of Colloquial Arabic
3.22 General trends of development in Colloquial Arabic
3.221 Phonology
3.222 Morphology
3.223 Syntax
3.224 Lexicon
3.225 Summary
3.23 Variation in Colloquial Arabic
3.231 Contrasts between sedentary and nomadic dialects
3.232 Eastern and Western Colloquial Arabic
3.233 Iraqi Arabic
3.234 Syrian Arabic
3.235 Egyptian Arabic
3.236 North African Arabic
3.237 Communal dialects
3.24 Influences of Classical Arabic and interdialectal influences
3.25 The use of Colloquial Arabic
3.3 Speech and writing in other languages

Bibliography
Supplemental Bibliography on Arabic Language
Supplemental Bibliography on Arabic Literature
Supplemental Bibliography on Colloquial Arabic

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