A Practical Guide for Elyssa Alphabet. A Latin Script to teach Tunisian Arabic for young Diaspora(2016)
Taken into consideration that Maltese is developed from Tunisian Arabic, it is clearly seen that Maltese Latin Script orthography is the most appropriate one for Tunisian Arabic. It will be not consequently useful to try to create a new Latin Script orthography for Tunisian and forget about the existence of an efficient Latin Script orthography that is issued from 500 years of important linguistic research.
In this practical guide, we adapt the Maltese Latin Script orthography to create our Elyssa writing method in order to be used to teach Tunisian Arabic for young Tunisian Diaspora that is not familiar with common Arabic Script.
Publication DateSpring April 1, 2016
Citation InformationRamzi Hachani and Houcemeddine Turki. A Practical Guide for Elyssa Alphabet. A Latin Script to teach Tunisian Arabic for young Diaspora. Munich, Germany(2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/houcemeddine_turki/15/