By John Sinclair
Designed for English language lecturers and different educators, this examine charts the emergence of a brand new view of language and the pc know-how linked to it
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Kaplan and Ben-Dor (1988) and Kaplan and Salamon (1998) together provide an annotated bibliography up to 1997. Leslau (1951) is a collection of Beta Israel texts in English translation, and Shelemay (1989) discusses various cultural aspects of the community. 5 Bibliography Anbessa Teferra. 2008. Amharic: Political and Social Effects on English Loanwords. In Globally Speaking: Motives for Adopting English Vocabulary in Other Languages, ed. Judith Rosenhouse and Rotem Kowner, pp. 164–186. Clevedon, uk: Multilingual Matters.
2003. The Kemantney Language: A Sociolinguistic Study of Language Replacement. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe. 3 Late Judeo-Arabic 51 Further Study 52 Bibliography 54 Introduction The term ‘Judeo-Arabic’ refers to a type of Arabic that was used by Jews and was distinct in some way from the Arabic used by other religious communities. It is by no means a uniform linguistic entity and is used to refer to both written forms of Arabic and spoken dialects. The Arabic language was used by Jews in Arabia even before the rise of Islam.
In Israel, however, the picture appears to be different, in that Jewish Amharic speakers appear to be acquiring s’ in order to replace (the much closer sounding) Hebrew ṣ, as the examples above illustrate. 2 Lexicon Following their immigration to Israel and their exposure to Hebrew, Ethiopian Jews have adopted many Hebrew words that are becoming part of the standard Jewish Amharic lexicon. The various factors for the adoption and integration of Hebrew vocabulary into Jewish Amharic are discussed below.
Corpus Concordance and Collocation by John Sinclair