DOI:10.4000/EMA.1952
Corpus ID: 53544843
Rural Dialect of Egyptian Arabic: An Overview
M. Woidich
Published 1996
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In the last 30 years of the 19th century, European Arabists felt a need to describe and analyse the Arabic colloquials in order to use them for comparative and historical linguistic goals. It was the… Expand
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