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Concluding the volume is a one-page introduction (muqaddimah) in classical SUDANESE COLLOQUIAL ARABIC: THE STATE OF THE ART 29 Arabic and a title page in Arabic script. There are few printing errors in the work. 70. Barclay (1965) This discussion, more linguistic than Barclay (1964), deals with the sedentary Arabs in Khartoum and vicinities, and predicts a more secularized future (p. 48) for the cutlure. The article revolves around cultural change in the Sudan in terms of (1) Islamization (the Arabs are the largest ethnic group — about fifty percent of the total population), and (2) Westernization.
Texts in SCA. We are not told exactly how the texts were recorded, but I suspect that they were written, and thus have the influence of classical Arabic prose style. There is an English translation, followed by Arabic script (classical Arabic, with preservation of the interdental graphemes and gemination marker for consonants [tasdid or sadda]), followed by the transliteration. Consider the opening sentence from the first text (p. 432): T h e teacher of a primary school is either paid at the rate of 12 dollars per annum or teaches the children free of charge.
55. Connected with proverbs and nursery rhymes is the material included in Griffiths and Tähä (1936). Scott (1937) indicates that it is a collection of polite phrases used by the Sudanese along with the proper replies which should be made. ) (Scott 1937:181)and the ways in which Europeans misunderstand them. An example is given of the European who is happy to be called bärid 'cold', (erroneously) thinking that this means that he is calm and temperate. 56. A recent book, Barclay (1964), contains many descriptive terms from Sudanese suburban life.
Chadian and Sudanese Arabic in the Light of Comparative Arabic Dialectology by Alan S. Kaye