Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics: Papers from the Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics, Washington, DC, 1995

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This volume includes twelve papers selected from the Ninth Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics, held at Georgetown University, Washington D.C., 1995. Three of the papers deal with codeswitching with Arabic, two with the acquisition of Arabic, and four with different aspects of Arabic grammatical structure. The volume also includes three papers presenting data on negation in some Arabic dialects (including those of Yemen, Morocco, Egypt).
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This volume includes twelve papers selected from the Ninth Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics, held at Georgetown University, Washington D.C., 1995. Three of the papers deal with codeswitching with Arabic, two with the acquisition of Arabic, and four with different aspects of Arabic grammatical structure. The volume also includes three papers presenting data on negation in some Arabic dialects (including those of Yemen, Morocco, Egypt).
The topics are diverse and include Arabic and constraints on codeswitching, verb embeddings and collocations in codeswitching, ellipsis in child language acquisition, clitic left dislocation, parameter resetting in second language acquisition, accessing pharyngeal place, and the derivation of imperatives.
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction 1
Arabic and Constraints on Codeswitching 9
Embedding Verbs and Collocations in Moroccan Arabic/Dutch Codeswitching 45
Codeswitching, Code-mixing, and Borrowing in the Spoken Arabic of a Theatrical Community in Cairo 69
Implicational Dialectology: Second person pronouns and suffixes in Tunisian Arabic 95
Clitic Left Dislocation in Moroccan Arabic 115
Accessing Pharyngeal Place in Palestinian Arabic 131
The Derivation of the Imperative in Arabic 151
Resetting Parameters in Acquiring Arabic 167
Ellipsis as a Mirror of Case and Agreement Principles in Language Acquisition 179
The Negation maasii in a Yaafi'i Dialect (Yemen) 195
Negation in Some Arabic Dialects of the Tihaamah of the Yemen 207
ma-ti'raf xeeri: Verbal negation in Egyptian and Moroccan Arabic proverbs 223
Index of Subjects 247
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