Phonetic features of the Modern Standard Arabic word (MSAW) Towards facilitating Arabic Language Acquisition for Non-native Arabic Speakers

Achwak Hamda, Salah Belqacim Belhassen


This research seeks to help both teachers and students of TASOL(Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other Languages) to reach a higher level of proficiency in understanding the deep structure of the Arabic word, at the same time to make them familiar with the different uses of sounds in the different levels of the word. Furthermore, by recognizing the phonetic structure of the Arabic word, non-native speakers of Arabic will be able to understand the essence of the word in the Modern Arabic Language. However, the purpose of this study is to develop a database of information regarding the harmony of sounds with each other’s, whenever the sound was more likely in coherence and harmony with others, it was more likely to form words and vice versa.


Standard Arabic language, Phonology, Phonetics, Phonology, Arabic word structure, Spectra, Harmony, Coherence, Articulation, and Hard pronounced group.

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