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Published Work

 

  • Bahloul, Maher (2016a). “The Particle QAD in Arabic: Is it a Syntactic Filler?” Brill’s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 8.2, 261-285. DOI. 10.1163/18776930-00802005.
  • Bahloul, Maher (2016b). “Learning Verbs With Arguments: The ESL/EFL Challenge” The Journal of Teaching English for Specific And Academic Purposes 4.3, 477-489. DOI: 10.22190/JTESAP1603477B
  • Bahloul, Maher (2016c). “Whose Reality Is It? Form and Function of Grammatical Signs.” In Onur, Tarasti, Sigirci, & Nur Dokmeci Yorukoglu (eds.) Is It Real? Structuring Reality by Means of Signs, pp. 118-130. London, Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (ISBN: 978-1-4438-9472-2)
  • Bahloul, Maher (2015). "I Assume You Know’: The Use of  ABʕAN in Media Arabic." Brill’s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 7, 70-102, DOI.1163/18776930-00701003
  • Bahloul, Maher (2014). "The Art of Mime in Education: A Rich Learning Tool." Journal of the European Teacher Education Network 9 (2014): 1-11. url: http://www.jeten-online.org/. [Comment: ISSN# 2183-2234. ]
  • Bahloul, Maher & Carolyn Graham (2012) Lights! Camera! Action and the Brain: The Use of Film in Education. London: Cambridge Scholars publishing. 329 pages (ISBN: 978-1-4438-3657-9)
  • Bahloul, Maher (2012) “The Camera in the Classroom: Challenges and Opportunities” In Bahloul, Maher and Carolyn Graham (eds.) Lights! Camera! Action and the Brain: The Use of Film in Education. pp. 1-12. London: Cambridge Scholars publishing. (ISBN: 978-1-4438-3657-9)
  • Bahloul, Maher & Wafa Mezghani (2012) “From an Expatriate Diary: Learning Through Filmmaking” In Bahloul, Maher and Carolyn Graham (eds.) Lights! Camera! Action and the Brain: The Use of Film in Education, pp. 218-239. London: Cambridge Scholars publishing. (ISBN: 978-1-4438-3657-9)
  • Bahloul, Maher  (2011)  “Variation and Attitudes: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of the Qaaf” In Embarki, M. & Ennaji (eds.), Modern Trends in Arabic Dialectology, pp. 69-96. Trenton (USA): The Red Sea Press. (ISBN 978-1-56902-346-4)
  • Bahloul, Maher  (2008a) Structure and Function of the Arabic Verb. London: Routledge. 256 pages. (ISBN: 9780415772150)
  • Al-Jaboori, Ali Tarik & Maher Bahloul (2008b) “Learning English Modals: Grammar Textbooks and Corpus-Based Practice Approach” In Jendli A., Coombe, C., & Troudi, S. eds. Best Practice in English Language Teaching, pp. 251-259. Dubai: TESOL Arabia Publications (ISBN: 978-9948-8566-8-9)
  • Bahloul,  Maher  (2007a)  Spelling Errors of Arab Learners: Evidence for Intergraphemic Mapping. In Coomb and Barlow (eds), Language Teacher Research in the Middle East , USA: TESOL, pp. 41-51. (ISBN: 9781931185417)
  • Bahloul,  Maher  (2007b) Linguistic Diversity: The Qaf Across Arabic Dialects” In Benmamoun (ed). Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 289. John Benjamin’s Publishing Company, pp. 247-256. (ISBN 978 90 272 4804 6)
  • Bahloul,  Maher (2006a) “Agreement”,  Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics (EALL). pp. 43-48. BRILL, Leiden – Boston. (ISBN 9004149732)
  • Bahloul,  Maher (2006b) “Copula”,  Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics (EALL). pp. 506-511. BRILL, Leiden – Boston. (ISBN 9004149732)
  • Wayne Harbert & Maher Bahloul (2002)  “Postverbal subjects in Arabic and  the theory of agreement”. In  Jamal Ouhalla and Ur Shlonsky (eds) Themes in Arabic and Hebrew Syntax,  Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp. 45-70. (ISBN 1402005369)
  • Triki Mounir & Maher Bahloul (2001) “The Reported Speech Revisited: A Question of Self and Expression”. Academic Research, 2.  pp. 1-35.
  • Linda Waugh & Maher Bahloul (1996). “La différence entre le futur simple et le futur périphrastique dans le discours journalistique”. Modèles Linguistiques, Vol.33, XVII, 1, pp. 19-36
  • Bahloul,  Maher  (1994a) The Syntax and Semantics and Taxis, Tense, Aspect, and Modality in Standard Arabic. Cornell University: DMLL Publications
  • Bahloul,  Maher  (1994b) “Extending the NegP Hypothesis: Evidence From Standard Arabic”. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 115, pp. 31-46. John Benjamin’s Publishing Company (ISBN: 978 90 272 3618 0)
  • Bahloul,  Maher (1993a) “The Copula in Modern Standard Arabic” Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 101, pp 200-229. John Benjamin’s Publishing Company. (ISBN 978 90 272 3603 6)
  • Bahloul,  Maher  & Wayne Harbert (1993b) “Agreement Asymmetries in Arabic”. In Jonathan Mead ed. The Eleventh West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. pp. 15-31. (ISBN 1881526127)
  • Waugh, Linda, Theresa Antes & Maher Bahloul (1992) Review of Tense and Text: A Study of French Past Tenses by Engel Dulcie, Routledge (Croom Helm Romance Linguistics Series), 1990.Studies in Language, 16: 1, pp. 192-200. (ISSN: 03784177)

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Work Forthcoming

  • Bahloul,Maher . “Real Tense Usage and the Tense we Teach” Submitted to The Journal of the Utah Academy. (Journal Paper)
  • Bahloul, Maher. “The Pragmatics of the Discourse Modal Tab’an in Conversational Arabic.”
  • Bahloul, Maher. “The Particle QAD in Arabic: Is it a Syntactic Filler?”

Working Papers

  • Bahloul,  Maher. “Toward a Theory of Foreign Language Spelling”
  • Bahloul,  Maher “Tenses in Journalistic Discourse: Challenging English Grammar Textbooks”
  • Bahloul,  Maher “The Use of ‘Recommend’ in Graduating Students’ Writing’
  • Bahloul,  Maher. “The Pragmatics of English Demonstratives and Language Teaching”
  • Bahloul,  Maher. “Assessing ESL Writing: Towards a Process Based Approach”.
  • Bahloul,  Maher. “Enhancing Learning Through Corpus Linguistics”.

Books In Progress

Bahloul, Maher  Linguistics for English Language Teachers

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