ASSESSING PHONOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN STANDARD AND LIBYAN ARABIC

Sanjay Kumar Jha

Abstract


The aim of this study is to explore phonological differences found in Standard and Libyan Arabic. Based on the differences, the study develops a conceptual hypothesis of phonological changes from Standard Arabic to Libyan Arabic. Participant observation was used as the source of data collection; whereas, narrative analysis was used as the method of data analysis.

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