Chadian and Sudanese Arabic in the Light of Comparative Arabic Dialectology

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251 Form IV
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254 Form VIII
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258 Materials on Abéché Arabic
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259 Chadian Arabic text
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263 Translations of the New Testament into Chadian Arabic
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Notes to Ch 2
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3 The Arabic Koine
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34 Classical Arabicthe Arabiyya
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121 Another treatise of SCA
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122 Sudanese grammar standard work on SCA
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123 Nalders criticism
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127 Triminghams statement on the same problem
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131 Accent in SCA
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136 Shortcomings of Hillelsons generalizations
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137 Uniqueness of Hillelsons generalizations
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140 Bells vocabulary and its shortcomings
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143 Conveniences of Burtons work
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147 Hillelsons texts as a beginning towards a comparative grammar of SCA dialects
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150 Importance of Czapkiewiczs articles
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154 Atiyah 1918
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159 Fergusons criticism of Triminghams work
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163 SCA influence in the Sudan
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167 Need for an ArabicEnglish dictionary
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170 Barclay 1965
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172 Czapkiewicz 1959
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173 Czapkiewicz 1960
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175 Davies 1926
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178 Ferguson 1949
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179 Field 1952
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181 Hillelson 1925a
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182 Hillelson 1935
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183 Kensdale 1955
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184 MacLaughlin 1964
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185 Trimingham 1946
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186 Worsley 1925
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187 Conclusion
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Notes to Ch 1
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The State of the Art
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22 Varieties of Chadian Arabic
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23 Pidgin ArabicImmigrant ArabicAbéché Arabic
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24 Influence of Arabic on other African languages
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28 Lethems work as the main source
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211 Some highlights of Lethems volume
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213 The origin of the Shuwa Arabs
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215 Consonantal segments
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220 The verb to have
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225 Imperative
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230 The particle hana of
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233 The definite article
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236 Sound plural
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240 Ordinal numbers
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242 Hamzated verbs
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244 1wy3 verbs
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246 Doubly weak verbs
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248 Quadriliteral verbs
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37 Fergusons hypothesis continuation
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38 Drift in Arabic
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39 Bloch 1971
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312 The purpose of the critique of Fergusons hypothesis
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314 Haim Blancs statement
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317 Middle Arabic dialects general
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320 Dialects vs classical language Blochs statement
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322 Blochs argument vs Fergusons argument
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326 Case of preformative vowel
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327 Weak verb
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331 Feature IV compared to other classical Semitic languages
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334 Feature V compared to other Semitic languages
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337 Polarity common feature to the Semitic languages
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338 Blochs statement
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343 Bisyllabic forms of the numerals occurring in isolation Blochs analogy
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345 The compound nature of the numerals 1319
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348 Feminine comparative
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352 Feature X nisbah suffix iyyi
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355 Blaus statement concerning the subdivision problems of Semitic
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358 Problems of the reconstruction of lexical items
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361 Feature XII the verb to see
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366 Christian vs JudaeoArabic
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369 Two phonological features for the koine
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375 Ancient dialects Blaus argument
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377 Fourteen features of the koine conclusion
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Notes to Ch 3
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4 Sudanese Colloquial Arabic in the Light of the Arabic Koine
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44 Age and area hypothesis
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47 Feature IV8
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411 The distribution of the numeral forms
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416 Feature VII19 striking feature of the koine
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421 Feature XI26
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426 Feature XIII33
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431 Gurage dialects
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434 PCA
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Notes to Ch 4
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5 Chadian Arabic in the Light of the Arabic Koine
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55 Chadian Arabic an SCA offshoot
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511 Abu Absi and Sinaud on feature V
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513 African influence in Chadian Arabic
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520 Feature IX20
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525 Difficulty in explaining the diachronics of the situation
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Notes to Ch 5
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Map of Chad and the Sudan
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References
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Index
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