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The Arabic Origins of English Pronouns: A Lexical Root Theory Approach
International Journal of Linguistics
This paper examines the genetic relationship between all personal pronouns, which are part of the core vocabulary of language, in Arabic and English mainly as well as German, French, and Latin secondarily. Converse to traditional views in comparative historical linguistics in which Arabic and English, for example, are classified as members of different language families, it shows how such pronouns are related to and derived from one another, where Arabic may be their end origin. The paperdoi:10.5296/ijl.v4i4.2271 fatcat:w5hr4qziyjbgpa4h5rsnqycfk4