Query : arabic grammar
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Deixis and focus: Yafi ‘(Yemen)’ s Arabic particle
In Arabic spoken in the Yafi region of Yemen, there is a deictic particle, ta, which performs four functions: determining the nominal as a simple demonstrative adjective, it is also equative and attributive linking a specific nominal subject to an indeterminate nominal prediction, presenting a full...
Turkish spoken in transnational families (Antioch, Paris, Berlin)
International audience Due to its history and geographical position, Turkey is multiethnic, multicultural and multilingual (Andrews 1989;Virtanen 2003)andso is the region of Antioch (Doǧruel 2013)which is anArabic-Turkish bilingual region since its attachment to Turkey in 1939.The linguistic situati...
Multilingualism and Power in Contemporary French Cinema
Dialogue in languages other than French has appeared in a select number of films throughout the history of French cinema. Yet not only is multilingual dialogue vastly more present in twenty-first-century French film, but the use of multiple languages to (re)negotiate power dynamics is a striking nar...
For a relational approach to modern literary Arabic conditional clauses
Based on novels written in Modern Standard Arabic published between 1963 and 2005 and from the entire Arab world, this article suggests how the hypothetical systems of this variety of language no longer correspond to the established "classical" model. Specifically, it demonstrates that the so called...
Status of French at the Ecole Supérieur de Banque d’Algiers: FLE, FOS OR FLS?
to Algeria’s independence, the Arabic classic’renvoi id = ‘re1no28’ idref = ‘No 28’ typeref = ‘note’ b1 '/renvoib was established as a national and official language (Constitution of 1963), thus conferring on French a status as a foreign language. The implementation of this policy has resulted in th...
French critique and arabic novels
The notion of "difficulty" is not specific to language didactics, nevertheless it is omnipresent in the discourse on teaching learning. The objective of the present work is to delimit this notion, to find out to what it applies in the act of teaching learning, and to understand the place and the val...
Land documents in Dār Fūr sultanate (Sudan, 1785–1875): Between memory and archives
From some Sub-Saharan societies, scholars have found early land documents pertaining to old land-tenure systems. For the study of the ḥākūra system in the Dār Fūr sultanate (Sudan), a rare combination of 18th- and 19th-century land documents in Arabic and the memories of oral informants provided a g...
“Arabic manuscripts and papers in Noukous (Uzbekistan): the contribution of regional funds to the history of the book and its use”. Bulletin of the Max van Berchem Foundation, No 18, 2004, pp. 5-8.
this note presents some results of the work of the Iranian World team in the context of a research programme dedicated to handwritten heritage. Here, the collection of Arabic script manuscripts kept at the Nukus Regional Museum (Uzbekistan) is analysed and the project for cataloguing this fund is pr...
A cross-linguistic study of so-called "locative inversion"... A cross-linguistic study of so-called "locative inversion"...: ...Evidence for the Functional Discourse Grammar model
International audience This chapter's goal is to isolate the internal syntactic, semantic and discourse-pragmatic properties of the "locative inversion" construction in six languages, representing three constituent order types: English, French, Italian, European Portuguese, Turkish (rigid SOV) and A...
Activity types and child-directed speech: a comparison between French, Tunisian Arabic and English.
International audience Quantity and quality of input affect language development, but input features also depend on the context of language emission. Previous research has described mother-child interactions and their impact on language development according to activity types like mealtimes, book re...
Chapter 6 The user-friendly Galen
When a text is translated into another language and leaves its previous linguistic, cultural and social context, it also leaves its old audience behind. The new audience the text now faces has its own set of requirements, which may only partly overlap with those of the original audience. The task of...
World writing, a cultural and technical resource centre for multi-writing applications: Towards universal grammatology?
‘titrebSummary’/titles of the world is a web resource centre set up by Monique Slodzian, François Stuck and Michel Bottin, dedicated to world script applications. Its aim is to give access to a whole context, both technical and cultural, which is essential for managing documents or writing in multi-...
Sous-spécification, accord et pronoms en arabe
The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, it provides a unified treatment for various uses of Arabic so-called third person pronominal forms, be they personal pronouns, expletives, or copulas. It is proposed that appropriate lexical and syntactic (under)specification is needed to deal with this p...
The kid, the school and the street are a playground: The case of Algeria
aims to restore play space in the child. Play is formed in Arab countries and third world countries, especially around street concepts, zinna and lamb. The extensive presence of children on the street is a reality for the public authorities. The street has become a playground for children, an indica...
Khalfallah, Nejmedine, The semantic Theory of Abd Al-Qahir Al-Jurjani (M. 471/1078), Paris, L’Harmattan, 2014, 388p.
while Arabic grammar and criticism provided, until the 15th century, only some scattered elements on the production of the meaning, al-Jurjani, the founder of the Arab Rhétoric, develops a coherent and comprehensive theory of it. In two essential works, he breaks with the dichotomy fonds vs. forms,...
From the sources of Arabic philosophy
The emergence of philosophy in Arab-Muslim civilisation followed a long process that was not without problems and difficulties. It took place against a background of changing needs inherent in the expansion of an empire whose religion or language was initially unwilling to host it. It is the story o...
Mondialisation and new technologies of communication : a thoritical and sociological approach from the case of Syrians youth
This thesis will describe and analyze how young Syrian people could use the new techniques of information and communication. Firstly it describes the main characteristic of Syria on demographic economic political and cultural points of view. It underlines how the country has lately discovered the ne...
The value of tanwīn: new contribution to the study of the Arabic Determinative System
The summary of Arabic grammar by Zamal šarEU-level
, one of the largest Arabic grammar in the 14th century, is the author of the Mufa-al, a major piece of Arabic grammatical tradition that will be the subject of many comments for centuries. He is also the author of the ‘Unmū-a”, which, for the first time, will find a fully vocalised Arabic version o...
The monotheistic sex and his scientific translation
‘titrebSummary’/titreb. This article sets out the context in which the scientific conception of sexuality comes into play through translation into the Arab and Muslim world, and its impact on language.
Intertextuality as the source of literary creation : an essay on the contemporary Arabic novel
In the field of contemporary Arabic literature, the theme of intertextuality as the source of novelistic literary creation possesses a double origin. On the one hand, the study of major contemporary Arabic novelists shows that they make use of prior narratives of essentially epic, historical and rel...
Diminutives in Spanish apprentices
The aim of this article is to analyse the use of diminutive suffixes among Spanish apprentices as a foreign language in order to discuss the development of their pragmatic competence. To this end, we analyse the appearances of the suffix — among Spanish apprentices, native speakers of Arabic, chino-...
The optical text in the cinema film Between the presence and absence Play for free mark
The light-based life in the universe, including the human derived concepts and meanings of the fear of darkness and evil, comfort and goodness of light, became constitute bilateral haunted man to this day in various concepts of life.Therefore reflect the light form artistic aesthetic in visual arts...
The fact that the requirement and answer in the Holy Qur'an contradicts the temporal significance of the past, as exemplified at
, is apparent in the Arabic language in general and in the Qur'an in particular, and it comes for various semantic and modus operandi purposes. The grammars have decided that the best method of conditioning is for the condition and answer to come on, then two pasts, and otherwise they try to interpr...
A Contrastive study of 'Inversion' in Modern English and Modern Arabic Poetry
The present paper respects 'inversion' as a habit of arranging the language of modern English and Arabic poetry . Inversion is a significant phenomenon generally in modern literature and particularly in poetry that it treats poetic text as it is a violator to the ordinary text. The paper...