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Title: A grammatical study of the Arabic dialect of Tahway (Minifiya Province, Egypt)
Author: Abu Farag, Mohammed A.
Awarding Body: SOAS University of London
Current Institution: SOAS, University of London
Date of Award: 1960
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The thesis consists of two parts and one appendix as well as the introduction and the reading transcription. Part I deals with types of sentences which are divided in four different ways according to the characteristics on which the attention is focussed. It consists of four chapters followed 1317 a table showing the different types of sentences in the language. In Chapters I, II, III and IV affirmative and negative sentences; simple, compound and complex sentences j declarative request-, interrogative and question-sentences and aspect I- and aspect II-sentences are discussed respectively. Sentences are subdivided under each heading into different sub-classes in accordance with the characteristics they exhibit. In Part II, grammatical categories within simple affirmative declarative sentences of aspect I are established. Before proceeding with the-analysis in this part, a chapter is devoted to general classification of the categories treated in the rest of it. The remaining nine chapters of Part II deal with verb, I participle, noun, adjective, personal pronoun demonstrative and deictic, numeral, the relative and particle, Each of these categories is subdivided into whatever sub-classes the material suggests. The appendix contains eight Arabic texts relating to agriculture in the day-to-day life of Tahway, and their English translation. A map of the village and the surrounding area is provided with the thesis.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral