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Les formes verbales augmentées de l’arabe moderne de presse: une étude statistique et syntaxico-sémantique à travers un corpus de presse

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This article deals with contemporary Arabic through a corpus extracted from the website <ext-link ext-link-type="url" xlink:href="www.aljazeera.net">www.aljazeera.net</ext-link>. Before comparing the extended verbal forms of this corpus with the same verbal forms found in the newspaper al-ayāt, it first defines the object as well as the analysis method of the corpora. In a third part, it moves on to the study of the extended verbal forms, like this: (1) the analysis of few significant instances, (2) the statistical report of this few values for the forms of each corpus. The whole of these instances reveals that, if there are some evolutions in the functioning of the forms in relation to the Arabist standard, the Internet corpus does not present any single one in comparison to the paper corpus.

Affiliations: 1: Université Rennes II Écoles militaires de Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan

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2011-01-01
2016-12-09

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