Sound Assimilation in English and Arabic : a Contrastive Study

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17/2/2015 11:11 AM

Sound Assimilation in English and Arabic : a Contrastive Study


 
Abeer Hadi Salih, M.A.


ABSTRACT

This piece of research deals with assimilation as one of the phonological processes in the language. It is a trial to give more attention to this important process in English language with deep explanation to its counterpart in Arabic. in addition, this study sheds light on the points of similarities and differences concerning this process in the two languages. Assimilation in English means two sounds are involved, and one becomes more like the other.




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