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Al-'Arabiyya Journal

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Volume 54, 2021

The current issue of the journal is available directly from Georgetown University Press

Contents

Editor’s Note
Acknowledgments

ARTICLES

Negative Allomorphy in Arabic Imperatives   
Mark S. LeTourneau  

The Acquisition of the Dual in Saudi Arabia Arabic  
Lamya Alabdulkarim

Performing Lived Experiences: An Analysis of Heritage Speakers' Narratives in Arabic and English   
Brahim Chakrani and Dris Soulaimani 

Language Policy in Health Care in Saudi Arabia: Clients' and Health Care Practitioners' Perspectives on the Use of Arabic  
Mahmoud Abdullah Almahmoud 

Online Multilingual Teaching and Scientific Terminology Portals: Tools for Arabic Language Learners and Experts 
Marianna Massa

BOOK REVIEWS

The Arabic Classroom: Context, Text and Learners. Mbaye Lo. 
Reviewed by Yehia A. Mohamed 

Modern Arabic Sociolinguistics: Diglossia, Variation, Codeswitching, Attitudes, and Identity. Abdulkafi Albirini 
Reviewed by Asmaa Taha

In Good Faith: Arabic Translation and Translators in Early Modern Spain. Claire Gilbert.
Reviewed by Ahmed Idrissi Alami

Architecture of the Islamic West: North Africa and the Iberian Peninsula, 700-1800. Jonathan M. Bloom.
Reviewed by Sobahat Adil

Mutual Othering: Islam, Modernity, and the Politics of Cross-Cultural Encounters in Pre-Colonial Moroccan and European Travel Writing. Ahmed Idrissi Alami.
Reviewed by Oumelbanine Zhiri

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