El Aissati 1997

These frog stories in Moroccan Arabic dialects were collected around 1993 by Abder El Aissati (AEA) in the Moroccan towns of Oujda, Casablanca and Tangiers, among school children and an occasional adult. The recordings were made for his PhD thesis on language loss among Moroccan children in the Netherlands. AEA also collected Moroccan Arabic frog stories in the Netherlands. Age is an estimate by Louis Boumans. NB: date of recording needs to be checked. In the keys, birth year is indicated.
These frog stories in Moroccan Arabic dialects were collected around 1993 by Abder El Aissati (AEA) among pupils of schools in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The recordings were made for his PhD thesis on language loss among Moroccan children in the Netherlands. AEA also collected Moroccan Arabic frog stories in Morocco. Note that all informants are eitehr Dutch born or immigrated before school age, except for one: Bouchra. Age is an estimate by Louis Boumans. (NB: date of recording needs to be checked) In the keys, birth year and parent's origin are indicated. The latter is an indication of the child's dialect of Moroccan Arabic. It is not an exact place of origin but rather an...