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1. Introduction 2. Methodology and Data 3. The Semantic Structure of Arabic Idioms 4. The Discursive Behaviour of Arabic Idioms 5. The Lexical and Grammatical Behaviour of Arabic Idioms 6. Conclusions
Ashraf Abdou is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language at the American University in Cairo and Lecturer of Linguistics at Cairo University. His research focuses on Arabic phraseology, Arabic corpus linguistics, spoken discourse analysis, Arabic lexicography and English-Arabic contrastive phraseology.