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THE REVIVAL OF HEBREW VERSUS THE RENAISSANCE
THE INFLUENCE OF STANDARD AVERAGE EUROPEAN
COMPARED AS SPOKEN TONGUES AND MIXED LANGUAGES
THE LANGUAGE ACADEMIES
Bibliography and Abbreviations
according Alcalay ancient Anthol Arabic and Hebrew as-Sukkariyya attested authors become Biblical Biblical Hebrew Blau brew Cairo called century changes chapter Classical Arabic clauses considered construction corresponds culture denoting derived dialects dictionaries direct English especially European languages European tongues Even-Shoshan example exhibiting existence expression extension fact French frequent Frequent in journalistic further German guages hand Hebrew and Arabic Hebrew and Modern imitation important influence Jerusalem Jewish Jews journalistic style Knaani later Latin layers less linguistic literary literature loan translation Mahfūz mark meaning mediaeval metaphorical Middle Hebrew modelled Modern Hebrew Modern Standard Arabic Monteil MSOS Nevertheless noun occur originally parallel particulars phrases reflect revival root rule s.vv secular sense sentences similar sometimes speech spoken Standard Average European Stetkevych structure usage utilizes various verb wake Wehr whereas words writing Yehuda Yiddish