Phonological and Morphological Integration of Loanwords into Egyptian Arabic

  title={Phonological and Morphological Integration of Loanwords into Egyptian Arabic},
  author={Ola Hafez},
  • Ola Hafez
  • Published 31 December 1996
  • Linguistics
This paper examines one of the emblems of language contact and linguistic interference, namely the use of loanwords, i.e. words havingbeen originally introduced to Egyptian Arabic (EA), from a foreign language by bilinguals, but currently also occurring in the speech of monolingual speakers of Arabic, sometimes without their awareness of their source. The term “loan” itself is only used idiomatically as neither does the lender consent to the loan, nor is the borrower under any obligation to r… 
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