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Fuzy - Diglossia is a language situation through which there are two distinct different types of a language used alongside. One variety, referred to as the High range (H), is used only about formal and public occasions, while the additional one, termed as the Low selection (L), is employed under regular, everyday situations. The distance between H and L are occasionally to the level that the two varieties happen to be mutually unintelligible. One good case is the diglossic situation organised between the Modern Standard Persia (MSA) plus the Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (EA). This article should compare the two varieties, at different linguistic levels, to illustrate just how these dissimilarities have made both verities mutually unintelligible.
Keywords: Diglossia, Normal Arabic, Silk Arabic, Substantial Variety, Low Variety etc . GJHSS-F Classification: FOR Code: 160603
Diglossia in Persia A Relative Study in the Modern Common Arabic and Egyptian Colloquial Arabic
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Diglossia in Arabic
A Comparative Analyze of the Contemporary Standard
Arabic and Egypt Colloquial Persia
Mohammad Jafar Jabbari
ome dialects have two totally unique varieties
employed through a speech community, each of which
which has a different array of social functions. Whereas
one particular variety, known as High (H), is used just on
formal and bars, the additional one, called
Low (L), is used underneath normal daily-life circumstances.
This case, referred to as " diglossia", is very common
especially in Arabic-speaking neighborhoods. Varieties of
Persia form a roughly continuous spectrum of variation,
with all the dialects voiced in the east and western
extremes of the Arab-speaking community being mutually
unintelligible. The very best example of this kind of mutual
unintelligibility is the diglossic situation, placed between
the Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) as well as the Egyptian
colloquial Arabic (EA). This article is aimed at illustrating right after between the two varieties at different
linguistics levels, which may have resulted in this kind of mutual
Diglossia is actually a situation by which two distinctive
varieties of a language are used. One variety is used
simply on formal and community occasions, as the other
selection is used underneath normal, each day circumstances.
The word diglossia was introduced into the literature by
Charles Ferguson (1959):
Diglossia is a comparatively stable vocabulary
situation through which, in addition to the dialects of the
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Keywords: Diglossia, Standard Persia, Egyptian Persia,
High Selection, Low Range etc .
terminology (which might include a standard or regional
standards), there is a incredibly divergent, highly coded (often
grammatically even more complex) superposed variety, the
vehicle of a large and respected body system of crafted
literature, both of an previous period or in another conversation community, which can be learned typically by formal education 23
and is utilized for most created and formal spoken
functions but is not utilized by any sector of the
community for normal conversation (p. 336).
Diglossia for Trudgill (2009), " is a particular kind
of language standardization where two distinct varieties
of a vocabulary exist side by side throughout the speech
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