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Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation (Janua Linguarum, Ser Practica : No 61)

Salman H. Al-Ani

Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation (Janua Linguarum, Ser Practica : No 61)

by Salman H. Al-Ani

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Published by Walter De Gruyter Inc .
Written in English

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  • Language teaching & learning material & coursework,
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  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
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    Open LibraryOL9626839M
    ISBN 109027907277
    ISBN 109789027907271

    A Reference Grammar of Egyptian Arabic. Georgetown University Press. Google Scholar; Al-Ani, Salman H. Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation. Mouton. Google Scholar; Aoun, Joseph, Elabbas Benmamoun, and Dominique Sportiche. Agreement, word order, and conjunction in some varieties of Arabic. AL-ANI, Salman & Jacob Y. SHAMMAS (): The phonology and script of literary Arabic, Montreal, McGill University Press. AL-ANI, S. H. (): “An acoustical and physiological investigation of the Arabic ع“, Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Linguistics, Bucarest, , .

      The current study investigates the production and perception of Arabic short and long vowels by two groups of adult L1-English/L2-Arabic learners who differ in their length of exposure to Arabic. An ABX discrimination task and a production task, followed by a native judgment task, were conducted to assess perception and production. The results show that discrimination performance is . The Arabic language is a Semitic language spoken by 27 countries [20]. The main problem with the Arabic language is the range of assorted dialects, each of different phonology. However, it is worth to mention here that there is Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), which is used only in formal.

    The Routledge Handbook of Arabic Linguistics introduces readers to the major facets of research on Arabic and of the linguistic situation in the Arabic-speaking world. The edited collection includes chapters from prominent experts on various fields of Arabic linguistics. The contributors provide overviews of the state of the art in their field and specifically focus on ideas and issues. Speech sound production is one of the most complex human activities: it is also one of the least well understood. This is perhaps not altogether surprising as many of the complex neurological and physiological processes involved in the generation and execution of a speech utterance remain relatively inaccessible to direct investigation, and must be inferred from careful scrutiny of the output.


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Al-Ani () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation (Janua Linguarum, Ser Practica: No 61) by Salman H. Al-Ani ()Manufacturer: De Gruyter Mouton. This book presents an acoustical and physiological Investigation of contemporary standard Arabic as spoken in Iraq.

Spectrograms and X-ray sound films are used to perform the analysis for the study. With this equipment, the author considers the vowels, consonants, pharyngealized consonants, pharyngeals and glottals, duration, gemination, and consonant clusters.

Al Ani, S.H. (), Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation, The Hague: Mouton Davis, Stuart (), "Emphasis Spread in Arabic and Grounded Phonology", Linguistic Inquiry, The MIT Press, 26 (3): –, JSTOR   Arabic Phonology by Salman H.

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has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Spelling Errors’ Analysis of Regular and Dyslexic Bilingual Arabic-English Students. AUTHORS: Salim Abu-Rabia, Rana Sammour. Full text of "Al-Ani - Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation ()" See other formats SALMAN H.

AL-ANI ARABIC PHONOLOGY MOUTON ARABIC PHONOLOGY JANUA LINGUARUM STUDIA MEMORIAE NICOLAI VAN WIJK DEDICATA edenda curat C. VAN SCHOONEVELD INDIANA UNIVERSITY SERIES PRACTICA 61 MOUTON THE HAGUE • PARIS ARABIC PHONOLOGY An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation.

Arabic has a set of complex coronals, /s/, /d/, and /t/, which are the emphatic sounds of their plain counterparts /s/, /d/, and /t/. These emphatic sounds in Arabic are problematic both phonetically and phonologically. Phonetically, the secondary articulation of these sounds is disputed.

Phonologically, they are grouped with the rest of Arabic guttural class in some studies while excluded. The book is introductory to phonetics and phonology in Arabic. It has medium-size pages covering the three areas of phonetics; articulatory, acoustic and auditory with focus on Arabic sounds.

Salman H. al-Ani: Arabic phonology: an acoustical and physiological investigation. (Janua Linguarum. Series Practica, ) pp. The Hague, Paris: Mouton, Arabic - Volume 20 Issue 2 - Robin Thelwall, M.

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Five native speakers of Assiri Arabic read word lists comprising contrasting pairs of plain and emphatic (pharyngealized) consonants in three vocalic environments (/i/, /a/, /u/).

Although considerable individual variation in expression was apparent from auditory and acoustic analysis of the tokens, the most consistent acoustic correlate of the plain-emphatic contrast appeared to lie in the.

This book presents an acoustical and physiological Investigation of contemporary standard Arabic as spoken in Iraq. Spectrograms and X-ray sound films are used to perform the analysis for the study. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Al-Ani, Salman H.

Arabic phonology: an acoustical and physiological investigation. Al-Ani, Salman. Arabic phonology: An acoustical and physiological investigation. The Hague: Mouton. Batais, Saleh. Consonantal and syllabic repairs of Arabic and Dutch loanwords in Indonesian: A phonological account.

Get this from a library. Arabic phonology: an acoustical and physiological investigation. [Salmān H al- 'Ānī]. The current study attempts to establish perceptual category mapping between Arabic and English consonants in the minds of native speakers of American English who have no experience or exposure to Arabic.

American listeners participated in an identification task and goodness-of-fit rating task to establish perceptual category mappings between the tested Arabic consonants and the. Al-Ani - Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation () - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.

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Bomhard. Topics Arabic, phonology Collection. Results of Lebanese Arabic vowels were compared with the results of Iraqi Arabic vowels based on a study conducted by Al-Ani ().

Meanwhile, the experiments on Emirates Arabic vowels were compared to the Lebanese and Iraqi vowel experiments. An investigation on the acoustic attributes of the Palestinian Arabic vowels was done by Saadah (  Arabic Phonology: An Acoustical and Physiological Investigation (The Hague, Mouton and Khattab, G.

(). “ Multiple cues for the singleton-geminate contrast in Lebanese Arabic: Acoustic investigation of stops and fricatives,” in “ Geminates,” in The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, edited by M. van.