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Fouzia NABBOU

BROKEN PLURAL IN THE ARABIC LANGUAGE, A PHONETIC APPROACH

This article deals with the subject of broken plural in the Arabic Language, a phonetic approach, in which we touched on the moste prominent role of the independent autosegmental phonology in defining the prosodic features and standing on the phenomenon of broken plural, with which it is difficult to determine a single formative format. We have also shown McCarty attempt to address and overcome the problems that afflict the phenomenon of broken plural by adopting the interpolation rule that distinguishes between the singular structure and the plural structure, a rule based on the insertion of a long vowel after the first syllable, we are therefore in front of three syllables in the plural instead of two syllables in the singular.

Keywords: Broken Plural, Autosegmental Phonology.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.17.7


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