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Transcription of the name Qaddhafi
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Transcription of the name Qaddhafi 23–24 August 2011; Partial translation into English: 27 August 2011 [ The first part of the original Dutch article has not been translated yet. ] Authentic sound sample Yesterday morning (i.e. 23 August 2011) I heard a telephone interview on Dutch radio station Radio 1, with someone who was born in Libya (I couldn't understand his name, maybe Sufyen Tmalla?) but came to the Netherlands at an early age. His father was currently preparing to travel to his native country after many years. The interviewee spoke accentless Dutch, as can be expected from someone who has picked up the language from his environment from childhood. If he has an accent at all, it seems to be from somewhere north (or south?) of Rotterdam, rather than from Lybia. The Arabic names mentioned in the interview he pronounced in a notably non-Dutch manner, which makes me think he used an authentic Libyan-Arabic pronunciation. The interviewee is probably bilingual, having heard and thus learned his father's language from an early age, alongside Dutch. The interview can be heard on the internet using this link . It was broadcast on Tuesday 23 Augustus 2011, from 08 h 00 m Bravo time. Within that hour, the interview is between 12 m 53 s and 18 m 05 s . So it lasts over five minutes, and the name Qaddhafi is mentioned several times. The table below lists the moments when Arabic names occur in the otherwise Dutch-language interview. Time Arabic name Comment 14:13, 14:32, 15:20, 15:22, 16:25, 16:37, 17:30, 17:34 Qaddhafi See details above. The ‘g' of French or English ‘grand', noticeably double ‘d', long front vowel ‘a'. 13:24 Benghazi Sounds more like Banghazi than like Binghazi . I heard that before, in some television interview. Maybe a local variant? The Dutch Wikipedia transcribes the name with ‘ban' at the start, but the English Wikipedia has ‘bin'. In this sample I think I hear the ‘g' of the French or English word ‘grand', not the Arabic/Dutch fricative sound. Does that mean my article Overzealous foreign pronunciation has it all wrong? 15:53 Benghazi Here however, I do hear the fricative. So I was right after all . 14:18 Baab al-`Aziiziiya Name of Qaddhafi's former headquarters (also known as ‘compound') in Tripoli . 14:34 Sayf Sayf al-Islaam , a son of Mu`ammar Qaddhafi 16:37 Ibrahim Muusaa Spokesman for Qaddhafi. This is his Wikipedia entry. Copyright © 2011 by R. Harmsen , all rights reserved. Phonetics menu , language menu , about Arabic , site's front door . Colours: Neutral Weird No preference Reload screen ... - [detail] - [similar]
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