Muqaranah al-Lughah al-'Arabiyah baina al-Fushha wa al-'Amiyah wa Lahjatuha (Dirasah Taqabuliyah Lughawiyah)

Faisal Mubarak, Fathiyah Ghazali, M. Kamil Ramma Oensyar


Classical Arabic is one of the ancient languages, which is very ancient, and its heritage has lasted to the present era, but it has become rarely used in daily conversations. Rather, it is often used in formal meeting, such as politics. In informal times, Arabs resort to their different dialects. Here, the non-speaking student finds it difficult to understand the Arabic language, as they have a background in Standard Arabic, often and vice versa for colloquial Arabic and its dialects. For these reasons, the researcher decided to compare the Arabic language between classical and colloquial and its dialects (a comparative linguistic study).This research aims to motivate those who have no background in the colloquial of the Arabic language and its  dialects, and attract them to delve deeper into the Arabic language, through; 1) Show how the Arabs imitate the story of our master Sulaiman, peace be upon him, in the Hijazi and Egyptian dialects. 2) Presenting words that are similar in meaning in terms of the semantic lexicon and displaying the phonology of those words. It is descriptive and descriptive research; So that the researcher will describe the Arabic language in terms of sound and semantic lexicon, and the sources of the research data are books, jounals, and interviews with the native speakers of the Hijazi and Egyptian colloquial languages and dialects.

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