ARAB336 | ARABIC PHILOLOGY

Major issues of Arabic language, views of ancient and modern philologists, analysis of some philology books to detect such views, tracing the origins and development of Arabic, its branches and varieties by looking at the family tree of Semitic languages, considering the history of Arabic in the north and south of the Arabian Peninsula, discussion of modern standard Arabic together with its ancient and modern dialects, declension, analogy,, blending, derivation, foreign words and phrases, translation, history and development of Arabic script and calligraphy , other language issues that need to be solved.

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ARAB232 | INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC LINGUISTICS