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The Arabic Language: A Latin of Modernity?
Journal of Nationalism, Memory & Language Politics
Abstract Standard Arabic is directly derived from the language of the Quran. The Arabic language of the holy book of Islam is seen as the prescriptive benchmark of correctness for the use and… Expand
Behavior research methods
Neurourology and urodynamics
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world is strongly characterized by diglossia.1 The literary language, Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) contrasts with the (n...
Social relationships and shifting languages in Northern Thailand1
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