Karataş, Yusf
June 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2009, Vol. 13 Issue 40, p471
Academic Journal
This article deals with the Lexical Cohesion in Arabic Language in the frame of discourse in linguistic studies. The topic is examined under two main sections: 1) Reiteration and 2) Collocation. Article demonstrates how these concepts (Reiteration and Collocation) play role in textual cohesion in Arabic Language. Moreover, this study emphasizes the contribution of the rich heritage of Arabic rhetoric to the contemporary linguistic discourse with some significant examples.


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