The Phonological Changes Due To The Hamza And Weak Consonant In Arabic

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Product Description This work offers a comprehensive overview of the phonological changes due to the hamza and to the weak consonant. For this purpose it focuses specifically on the complexities of many words pertaining to the classes of the hamzated and weak verbs. In many of these cases, the hamza or weak consonant can be alleviated or retained. Other phonological particularities can also affect the words' structures. The extensive data, the techniques of the phonological analysis and the references to the ...
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Product Description This work offers a comprehensive overview of the phonological changes due to the hamza and to the weak consonant. For this purpose it focuses specifically on the complexities of many words pertaining to the classes of the hamzated and weak verbs. In many of these cases, the hamza or weak consonant can be alleviated or retained. Other phonological particularities can also affect the words' structures. The extensive data, the techniques of the phonological analysis and the references to the different works from the 8th century until our days, offer a thorough and accessible study of both these linguistic phenomena for both the students and researchers of Arabic.

About the Author Joyce Akesson has studied the Semitic languages at Lund's University, Sweden, and has previously been a lecturer there during many years. Beside the present book, she is the author of "A Study of the Assimilation and Substitution in Arabic" (Pallas Athena 2010), "The Essentials of the Class of the Strong Verb in Arabic" (Pallas Athena 2010), "The Complexity of the Irregular Verbal Nominal Forms & the Phonological Changes in Arabic" (Pallas Athena Distribution 2009), "Arabic Morphology and Phonology: Based on the Marah Al-Arwah by Ahmad B. Ali B. Masud" (Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics), Brill Academic Publishers (July 2001) and "Ahmad B. 'Ali B. Mas'ud on Arabic Morphology Marah Al-Arwah: Part 1:The Strong Verb" (Studia Orientalia Ludensia, Vol 4), Brill Academic Pub (October 1990). She has also published several articles about Arabic linguistics in two Journals, the Journal of Arabic Linguistics (the ZAL or Zeitschrift für Arabische Linguistik) Wiesbaden, and the previous Acta Orientalia, Denmark. She has also written a lemma about sarf "morphology/phonology in the Encyclopaedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, vol. 4. Leiden: Brill, 20.

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  • ISBN-13: 9789197764193
  • Publisher: Pallas Athena Distribution
  • Publication date: 4/9/2010
  • Pages: 138
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.32 (d)

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  • Posted August 13, 2010

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    Very comprehensive!!

    "The Phonological Changes due to the Hamza and Weak Consonant in Arabic" studies two important phonological changes that can affect the word in Classical Arabic. One of them concerns the words with a hamza in their structures and the other one the words with a weak letter. The words with a hamza pertain to the class of the hamzated verbs and the words with a weak letter pertain to the class of the weak verbs. These classes of verbs are considered as irregular by comparison to the strong verbs, and as such their words are affected by specific phonological changes.
    The book is very well organized with its table of contents and numbered paragraphs and the data sheds light on many issues in the field of morphology.
    I can highly recommend it.

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