COLLOQ

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According to the proposed law, of which Ahram Online has obtained a copy, journalists could be fined up to EGP 200,000 and face a potential six months in jail for the use of colloquial or foreign language in their published news pieces.
Several days later, a letter was published in the newspaper questioning whether the Queen had really uttered the expression, as its colloquial overtones meant that it was 'inconceivable that Her Majesty would use such a phrase' (Argus, May 28, 1954).
It's recognized now that while Fusha is quite useful if you have to do research, and yes it's the universal language, it might not be that useful for people who want to speak to family members or who want to do human research, or journalism or social work," said Aliya Saidi, who said that colloquial started appearing in earnest in Arabic language curricula about 10 years ago.
Each day, students receive six hours of classroom instruction in MSA, in which Colloquial Lebanese Arabic is integrated.
Hence, just like the so-called Berber Dahir was formed to separate the Berbers from the Arabs during the colonialist phase, the same was done with the colloquial language schooling proposed by Orientialists.
Louis tackles the collective problems of modern Native American culture together with his individual demons in this collection of colloquial, earthy poems.
has published Reflections from the Heart: A Collection of Poetic, Idiomatic & Colloquial Expressions by Jan Codling.
When you hear a group of Europeans sing in colloquial Arabic, you do not expect it to be good.
One of the compilers said they did not want to draw attention to its more colloquial meaning.
It teaches skills in formal and colloquial Arabic, including reading, listening, speaking, writing, and cultural knowledge, and covers colloquial and formal/written Arabic alike.
argues that in fact it was ordinary Egyptians who led the struggle with songs and other forms of popular culture in colloquial Egyptian.
They are presented with familiar colloquial forms of expression, and presented with challenge cards designed to foster engagement and thoughtful consideration.