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Total Agreement In Arabic

Consideration is an essential element of contract formation. It may consist of a promise to perform a desired act or a promise to abstain from an act to which one is entitled by law. In a bilateral treaty – an agreement by which both sides exchange reciprocal promises – each promise is considered a sufficient consideration for the other. In a unilateral contract, an agreement by which one party makes a promise in exchange for the performance of the other, fulfillment is a counterpart to the promise, while the promise is a counterpart to performance… Since our results show that human plural ADs are the origin and that any construction of human plural-nomic adjectives that does not stick to AI is not grammaolist, we argue that our first hypothesis is confirmed, confirming the decisive role of humanity in Arab matching models. Obviously, respect for DA is not as obligatory for non-human plural nouns, a state that is most likely caused by the interference of spoken Arabic, where non-human plural nouns allow FA in addition to DA. This supports our second hypothesis on the effect of Diglossia, a point that we will continue to discuss. Our finding of a biphasic N400-P600 effect is consistent with a series of studies in other languages involving contract violations of different types of dependencies (i.e. subject adverb, adjective names, article names, etc.).

These include violations of the figures in Basque (Zawiszewski et al., 2016); Sexual injuries in Dutch (Hagoort et al., 1993), Hebrew (German – Bentin, 2001; with animacy interaction), Spanish (Guajardo – Wicha, 2014); and violations in Basque (Mancini et al., 2019; Zawiszewski – Friederici, 2009; Zawiszewski et al., 2016) and Spanish (Mancini et al., 2011). Offences are traditionally considered to be formal violations of morphosytactic rules. These lesions have often been associated with accompanied LAN effects, which are interpreted as evidence of the presence of morphosytic lesions (Bornkessel – Schlesewsky, 2006; Friederici, 2002; Mante, Matzke, Johannes, 1997; Mente, Szentkuti, et al., 1997). Molinaro et al. (2011) indicate, however, that the nature of the complexities associated with morphological decomposition of characteristic identification can determine whether an NLS or N400 follows. Choudhary, Schlesewsky, Roehm and Bornkessel-Schlesewsky (2009) argue that the dissociation between a LAN and an N400 is the result of a violation of an interpretively relevant indication, in which case an N400 appears; or if not, if the injury contains a clue that is not relevant to the interpretation, in this case an LAN follows. Given the above, the absence of LAN effect in our study is not surprising, as the calculation of the agreement in Arabic is not simply formal, but depends on specific syntactic properties of the construction in question, such as the order of words. B and if the subject is verifiable, as well as syntactic interface properties like Humanity/Animacy (for in-depth discussion, see Muralikrishan-Idrissi, 2019). Concordance in Arabic depends decisively on the number and characteristics of gender, both of which are very relevant indications for interpretation. Our discovery of a biphasic N400 effect (instead of LAN) P600 for human injuries is therefore not surprising.

Terms only make sense when they are integrated into more or less culturally specific frameworks and a message can be totally distorted if culturally specific implicit information or cultural-specific meaning or allusion is not covered by the translator [36, p. 137]. Similarly, Legrand [30: p. 35] states that “there is no evidence that the same idea would necessarily produce the same idea in another culture, let alone if the words inscribed are themselves different because they were rendered in another language.” Since structural dependencies are generally marked morpho-tactical and given their importance for the construction of the meaning of sentences, the treatment of grammatical concordance must be decisive in linguistic understanding.