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Al-'Arabiyya Journal

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Volume 52, 2019

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

Contents

Editor’s Note
Acknowledgments

ARTICLES

Processing Passive Constructions in Arabic and English: A Crosslanguage Priming Study
Michael Grosvald and Tariq Khwaileh

Voice Onset Time in Arabic and English Stop Consonants
D. Eve Olson and Rachel Hayes- Harb

Why Standard Arabic Is Not a Second Language for Native Speakers of Arabic
Abdulkafi Albirini

“They don’t speak Arabic”: Producing and Reproducing Language Ideologies toward Moroccan Arabic
Dris Soulaimani

The Effects of Songs on Vocabulary Retention in Foreign Language Acquisition: The Case of Arabic
Guilnard Moufarrej and Charbel Salameh

Rhetoric of Argumentation in Al- Mutanabb?’s ‘Ayniyya Poem: “Others Are Deceived by Most of These People”
Mufleh Al-Hweitat

BOOK REVIEWS

Mastering Arabic 1–2, 3rd ed. Jane Wightwick and Mahmoud Gaafar.
Reviewed by Mahmoud Ali

Arabic as One Language: Integrating Dialect in the Arabic Language Curriculum. Edited by Mahmoud Al- Batal.
Reviewed by Roger Allen

Arabic Literature for the Classroom: Teaching Methods, Theories, Themes and Texts. Edited by Muhsin J. al- Musawi.
Reviewed by Sawad Hussain

The Female Suffering Body: Illness and Disability in Modern Arabic Literature. Abir Hamdar.
Reviewed by Aman Attieh

Monarch of the Square: An Anthology of Muhammad Zafzaf’s Short Stories. Translated by Mbarek Sryfi and Roger Allen.
Reviewed by Katrien Vanpee

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