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Rabah TABTI

Rabah TABTI

Enseignant de Linguistique et d'Anglais, Département de Langue et Culture Amazighes, Faculté des Lettres et Langues, Université Mouloud MAMMERI, Tizi-Ouzou, Kabylie, ALGERIA

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Rabah TABTI DLCA/FLL/UMMTO

Rabah TABTI DLCA/FLL/UMMTO

Passerelle vers le savoir, la science, la pédagogie, la culture et la démocratie. Mots Clés: DLCA, FLL, UMMTO, Linguistique, Onomastique, Anglais, Cours,TD.
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Depuis : 20/04/2020

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3ème Année Littérature DLCA

Second Grammar Lesson The simple future tense: 1/The forms of the simple future: The simple future is formed as follows: will / 'll + verb will = 'll A/The affirmative form of the simple future: I, you, he, she, it, we, they will / ''ll go. Examples: 1/I think I'll buy a new computer. 2/I will open the door. Someone is ringing the bell. B/The negat

3ème Année Linguistique DLCA

Third Grammar Lesson PAST SIMPLE TENSE The simple past tense, sometimes called the preterite, is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. The simple past is the basic form of past tense in English. The time of the action can be in the recent past or the distant past and action duration is not important. EXAMPLES 1/ Christophe Col

Cours-TD Onomastique N° 3, Master 1 Linguistique, Groupes 3&4

Qu’est-ce que la toponymie ? La toponymie, au même titre que l’anthroponymie, autre sous branche de l’onomastique a pour champs d’étude les noms de lieux (villages, villes, quartiers, champs et autres terrains). L’être humain, après qu’il s’est nommé pour s’identifier, s’est attelé à nommer l’espace qui l’entoure pour s

3ème Année Linguistique DLCA

Second Grammar Lesson The simple future tense: 1/The forms of the simple future: The simple future is formed as follows: will / 'll + verb will = 'll A/The affirmative form of the simple future: I, you, he, she, it, we, they will / ''ll go. Examples: 1/I think I'll buy a new computer. 2/I will open the door. Someone is ringing the bell. B/The negat

3ème Année Linguistique DLCA

Third lesson on Literature Berber literature during the Antiquity It is astonishing that the Berbers who have had an alphabet for a long time have written little in their language. Antiquity has left us only inscriptions, only a part of which has been deciphered, and the Middle Ages, Arabic-Berber lexicons and some poetic, secular and religious tex

Cours-TD Onomastique, Master 1 Linguistique, Groupes 3&4

Qu’est-ce que l’Anthroponymie ? Rappel de notions sur l’anthroponymie. L'anthroponymie, formée de "anthropos" "homme" et de "nymie" "nom", fait partie avec la toponymie (de « topos » : lieux) de la science des noms propres appelée "onomastique", du grec "onoma" qui veut dire "nom propre" : "science des noms propres". L'anthroponymie est l

3ème Année Littérature DLCA

First Grammar Lesson The present simple tense The forms of the present simple A/The affirmative form of the present simple: I, you, we, they work. He, she, it works. Remember the verbs in the third person singular (he, she and it) always take an "s". Examples: "he plays, she sings, it works..." Examples: Tinhinane and Idir speak good English. Tinhi

3ème Année Littérature DLCA

Third Grammar Lesson PAST SIMPLE TENSE The simple past tense, sometimes called the preterite, is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. The simple past is the basic form of past tense in English. The time of the action can be in the recent past or the distant past and action duration is not important. EXAMPLES 1/ Christophe Col

3ème Année Linguistique DLCA

Second Lesson on Literature A Short Introduction To Berber Literature Berber literature is as diverse as their history, cultures and languages. But what is there available to us? and why isn’t there more? The Berbers are a non-homogeneous group of people from North Africa and are linked by culture, history and language rather than ethnicity alone

3ème Année Linguistique DLCA

First Grammar Lesson The present simple tense The forms of the present simple A/The affirmative form of the present simple: I, you, we, they work. He, she, it works. Remember the verbs in the third person singular (he, she and it) always take an "s". Examples: "he plays, she sings, it works..." Examples: Tinhinane and Idir speak good English. Tinhi