6 edition of Language attitudes among Arabic-French bilinguals in Morocco found in the catalog.
|Series||Multilingual matters ;, 4, Multilingual matters (Series) ;, 4.|
|LC Classifications||P115.5.M8 B46 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||83134670|
It underlines the normality of speaking and using more than one language and aims to dispel many myths and fears. It should interest all types of reader - parents, educators and policy makers, as well as language specialists. Since the first edition the author has spent time in California and is therefore able to give more attention to the. Fitouri ( –15) attempted to differentiate between language and culture among Arabic–French bilinguals in Tunisia by discussing four types of individual: (1) monocultural monolinguals, (2) monocultural bilinguals, (3) bicultural monolinguals, and (4) bicultural bilinguals. The first type is irrelevant to the present : Jean-Marc Dewaele.
Arabic is the official language of Jordan. Yet, English is a language of prestige among many upwardly mobile Jordanians. Sakarna () dubs a hybrid language comprised of a mixture of these two languages “Englo-Arabic”. In online contexts, a similar hybrid language has emerged. Often popularly labeled “3arabizi” or “Arabish”, a blended word based on the words “Arabic” and Cited by: 4. This study compares the predictions of the Functional Head Constraint (Belazi et al. ) and the Complement/Adjunct Distinction (Mahootian and Santorini ), each based in part on Arabic-French code-switching (CS), with native speaker judgments of switches within the determiner phrase (DP). While similar in some respects, the constraints offer contradictory predictions of certain syntactic.
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Contents. Approaches to the Study of Bilingualism. Languages Attitudes and Views of the World. An Examination of Language Choice.
Language Attitudes among Arabic–French Bilinguals in Morocco Abdelâli Bentahila. and Paul B. Stevens Journal of Language and Social Psychology 4: 1, Cited by: Get this from a library. Language attitudes among Arabic-French bilinguals in Morocco. [Abdelâli Bentahila] -- Languages and language situations in Morocco; bilingualism and code-switching.
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The language is not used in writing. Abdelâli Bentahila, the author of the book Language Attitudes among Arabic–French Bilinguals in Morocco, said that Moroccans who were bilingual in both French and Language attitudes among Arabic-French bilinguals in Morocco book preferred to speak Arabic while discussing religion; while discussing matters.
The Arabic language among the Mozarabs of Toledo during the 12th and 13th centuries, in Arabic as a Minority Language, edited by Jonathan Owens. Berlin, New York:. Abdelâli Bentahila, the author of the book Language Attitudes among Arabic–French Bilinguals in Morocco, said that Moroccans who were bilingual in both French and Arabic commonly spoke French when discussing matters related to reading, while at a pharmacy, while discussing matters with a doctor or employer, and while discussing.
This article examines language attitudes among Algerian first and second year engineering students at an Algerian university. A sample of participants responded to a item questionnaire. The results of the questionnaire showed a strong preference of Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), English, and French by native speakers of Algerian Arabic (Derja).
DOCUMENT RESUME ED FL AUTHOR Rivera, Charlene, Ed. TITLE Language Proficiency and Academic Achievement. Multilingual Matters SPONS AGENCY National Inst. of Education (ED), Washington, DC.
"Language Attitudes Among Arabic-French Bilinguals in Morocco" ABDELALI BENTAHILA. "Conflict and Language Planning in Quebec". Language Attitudes among Arabic-French Bilinguals in Morocco by Abdelali Bentahila; Love in Two Languages by AbdelKebir Khatibi; Moroccan Dialogues by Kevin Dwyer; Morocco: Globalization and Its Consequences by Shana Cohen and Larabi Jaidi; Music, Memory, And Religion: Morocco's Mystical Chanters by Earle H.
Waugh. This article examines language attitudes among Algerian first and second year engineering students at an Algerian university. A sample of participants responded to a item questionnaire.
The results of the questionnaire showed a strong preference of Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), English, and French by native speakers of Algerian Arabic (Derja).Cited by: 1. language choice and language attitudes among Arabs of Quebec- Canada towards Arabic, French and English and to determine the extra linguistic factors that stood behind their language choice and attitudes.
To achieve the objectives mentioned above, the study attempted to answer the following questions: by: 3. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Bentahila, Abdelâli Language attitudes among Arabic-French bilinguals in Morocco (Multilingual Matters; 4) 1. Bilingualism Morocco I.
Title II. Series '.4' PM/ ISBN Multilingual Matters Ltd. Bank House. 8a Hill Road, Clevedon. ABDEL-JAWAD, HASSAN. Language and women's place with special reference to Arabic. Language Scien BENTAHILA, AB DĚLALI. Language Attitudes among Arabic-French Bilinguals in Morocco.
Series Multilingual Matters, 4. Clevedon: Bank House. ECKERT, PENELOPE The whole woman: sex and gender differences in variation. Language Learning Vol. 33, No. 4 format of eight issues.
There are several pages of associated exercises for each issue at the back of the book, most of these exercises involving written comment on aspects of specific articles.
Bent a hila, Abdelali. Language Attitudes Among Arabic- French Bilinguals in Morocco. Multilingual Matters 4. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters Ltd., This. Yasir Suleiman's book considers national identity in relation to language, the way in which language can be manipulated to signal political, cultural or even historical difference.
As a language with a long-recorded heritage and one spoken by the majority of those in the Middle East in a variety of dialects, Arabic is a particularly Author: Yasir Suleiman.
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El Biad, M. A Sociolinguistic Study of The Arabization Process and Its Conditioning Factors in. Language attitudes, identity and L1 maintenance: A qualitative study of Vietnamese ethnic minority students.
System 87– doi. Crossref Google Scholar. Nguyen, Trang Thi Thuy & M. Obaidul Hamid. Bilingualism as a resource: Language attitudes of Vietnamese ethnic minority students. Current Issues in Language Planning. 1– by: 2. Identification. Al Maghrib, the Arabic name for Morocco, means "far west" or "where the sun sets." When the Arabs first arrived in northern Africa in the seventh century C.E., Morocco was believed to be the westernmost point in the that time, the Maghrib region included the countries that are today Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia.Implications for national identity and language policy Researcher: Fatima Esseili Purdue University The study also examines the Lebanese attitudes toward mixing Language attitudes among Arabic-French bilinguals in Morocco: Bristol, U.K.: Multilingual Matters Ltd.Language Attitudes Among Arabic-French Bilinguals in Morocco ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Maghreb.
The book has a chapter about comparative attitudes towards Moroccan Arabic, Classical Arabic, and French. There is also a chapter on language.