This grammar reference provides a detailed parallel and comparative study of a number of Arabic language varieties spanning the major regions of the Arab world. Special focus is paid to their syntactic and morphological properties and there is also attention to other linguistic properties such as phonetics, phonology and discourse. It will be of keen interest to the fields of computational linguistics, Arabic language teaching, and descriptive and theoretical linguistics. In terms of dialects covered, the focus will be on Standard Arabic, Egyptian Arabic, Kuwaiti Arabic, Jordanian Arabic, and Moroccan Arabic.
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Elabbas Benmamoun is a Professor of Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics as the University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign. He previosuly studied at University College London and the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
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