Moreover, it is the form of language spoken by a socially acceptable group representative not only of Egyptian life but of modern Arab culture as a whole. ... Students from all over the world, but especially from Arab countries, come to Cairo to study for long periods of time. ... Furthermore, a great number of important cultural Arab events take place in Cairo.1 The form of Arabic suggested as a basis for theanbsp;...
|Author||:||S. a. Hanna, N. Greis|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 1972-06-01|