By Hassan A. H Gadalla
The most important drawback of this publication is the comparability of the morphological facets of normal Arabic (SA) and Egyptian Arabic (EA). it really is divided into 5 chapters. bankruptcy One presents a phonological define of SA and EA. It additionally analyses morphological fundamentals and the morphosyntactic preliminaries of the 2 kinds. bankruptcy is dedicated to the morphology of triradical and quadriradical verbs. additionally, the inflection of verbs for aspect/mood and voice and a therapy of verbal affixes and verb derivation are supplied. bankruptcy 3 bargains with the morphology of fundamental and deverbal nouns. additionally, the divergence among certain and indefinite nouns and the inflection of nouns for case, gender and quantity are defined. The formation of the diminutive is additionally illustrated. bankruptcy 4 handles the morphology of adjectival stems. Then, the adaptation among sure and indefinite adjectives and the inflection of adjectives for case, gender, quantity and measure are analyzed. in addition, participial types and relational adjectives are mentioned. bankruptcy 5 is said to the morphology of closed-list sessions, together with pronouns, prepositions, adverbs, in addition to interrogative and responsive debris. eventually, detrimental and possessive debris are exhibited.
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Comparative Morphology of Standard and Egyptian Arabic by Hassan A. H Gadalla