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Dr. Ali Alalou. Grammar of Tamazight: Central Atlas of Morocco: A Functional Approach. LINCOM: München, 2019. This reference grammar contributes to the various works on Tamazight (tamaziɣt) or Berber linguistics. It provides an overview of the structure of Tamaziɣt language by describing its sounds (phonology), its morphology (how its words are formed and classified), its syntax (the distribution of its lexical units to form phrases and sentences), and how the meaning of words (semantics) is constructed and conveyed. The grammar goes into some details in some areas and could serve as a pedagogical tool for teachers of Tamaziɣt (or Berber) and/or for linguists who work in comparative studies.
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