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Conversational Code-Switching and Word Borrowing among Libyans Speaking the Benghazi Arabic Dialect: A Sociolinguistic Study

Conversational Code-Switching and Word Borrowing among Libyans Speaking the Benghazi Arabic Dialect: A Sociolinguistic Study

Title: Conversational Code-Switching and Word Borrowing among Libyans Speaking the Benghazi Arabic Dialect: A Sociolinguistic Study
Author: Elbouri, Sousen Wahbi
Year: 2019
Language: English
Type of thesis: PhD thesis
City of publisher: Aberdeen
Publisher: University of Aberdeen
Geographic term: Libya
External link: https://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.767341

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