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Language profiles

In pairs or groups of three (but no more than three), prepare a profile for a Middle Eastern language or dialect providing information on classification, geographic distribution, number of speakers, status, orthography, structure and any other information you may find intriguing. You will find information on the world’s 6000 or so languages on the ethnologue web site at:

www.ethnologue.com/language_index.asp

If you are not sure which language you would like to profile, go to the country index and check a Middle Eastern country. The page will give you links to the country’s languages.

www.ethnologue.com/country_index.asp

You may also consult the linguistics Wikipedia which is more reliable than the general Wikipedia.

Note: Do not profile a language you already know! If you have studied Egyptian Arabic, then profile another dialect distantly related, e.g., Moroccan, Nigerian Arabic, Uzbeki Arabic, or choose another language.

Submission date is Tuesday evening September 11.

Some helpful guidelines

Length

The collective essay should be minimally three pages (750 words), typed, double-spaced including references and any charts, maps, etc.

Citations

Should you decide to refer to dictionaries, web sites, or articles/books, do the following:

• Name all (but also only) sources you used. This includes books, articles, websites.

• Use a consistent and complete format for all your quotations.

• List all your sources in the List of Sources Cited, the final section of your paper


General Comments

• Structure your paper clearly and purposefully by dividing it into purposeful paragraphs.

• Insert page numbers.

• Avoid conversational, informal language; however, do not replace it with convoluted language.

• Avoid any kind of jargon and wordiness, i.e., don’t try to impress the reader with "big" words and statements; instead, use clear writing to make an impact on the reader.

• If at all possible, let a person unfamiliar with Linguistics read your paper to assess its clarity.

Spell-check and proof-read your paper for typos and grammatical errors.

Tutor Answer

Robyn1994
School: UT Austin

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Running head: GULF ARABIC PROFILE LANGUAGE

Gulf Arabic Profile Language
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GULF ARABIC PROFILE LANGUAGE

Arabic is one of the most common languages that are used in the Middle Eastcountries.
There are different types of Arabic spoken language depending with ones country of origin. Our
topic of discussion will be based on gulf Arabic language. Gulf Arabic language can either be
spoken or written (Versteegh, 2014).
CLASSIFICATION
Arabic language being a common language in the Middle East countries is classified into
different categories according to the culture of the country. Gulf Arabic is one of the classified
categories of the Arabic language. Gulf Arabic language is expressed through communication
and also through writing (Kaye, 2009). The mode or format that is used in the writing of all
Arabic language is known as modern standard Arabic format (MSA)
Gulf Arabic has some format in which it is presented. Examples of the guides of establishing
gulf language include:
(A) Vowels
A vowel is a type of sound that is used in order to enhance under stability of words in a
script (What are vowels in English grammar, 2018). For the gulf Arabic this is how they
represent their vowels.in the gulf African language ...

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