Orthography and Reading of the Arabic Language View Full Text


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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

Rima Azzam

ABSTRACT

Arabic, a Semitic language, is spoken today by about 60 million people from Asia to the Atlantic Ocean. The Arabic language is the major language in the Arabian peninsula and north Africa. Because of its extensive use which arose from the Arab conquests of the 7th and 8th centuries, the Arabic alphabet had been adapted to several languages such as Urdu, Persian, Hebrew, Turkish, Slavic, Spanish, Malay, Berber, Swahili, and Sudanese. Thus, in the modern world, the Arabic alphabet is second only to Latin in the extent to which it is used (Hanna & Greis, 1972). Despite its wide use and tremendous variation, Arabic has remained a conservative, slowly changing language (Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 2, 1973). More... »

PAGES

203-218

Book

TITLE

Reading and Writing Disorders in Different Orthographic Systems

ISBN

978-94-010-6960-1
978-94-009-1041-6

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