The Algerian Arabic is the language from the Maghrebi Arabic group. Arabic itself has many different dialects and Algerian Arabic is the next on the way to the western border of Northern Africa along with any other Arabic dialects. It is a spoken language, which has many loanwords from Latin, French and any other European languages. Its consonants are shown below (it isn’t a table, but a list of sounds).
As it is shown, Algerian Arabic is a close related language to Algerian. Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Morocco are the countries of the Maghrebi region and they show close relations between one another in the sphere of the Arabic dialects.
As it is shown above, Algerian sounds are close to Libyan because it has specific sounds from it. Any IPA table is unavailable but all Algerian sounds are existed in Libyan and Moroccan. These two languages will help in a task of approximated forming of sounds groups on the base of Moroccan and Algerian.
Results are shown in the next article.
This article was written by Ilya Duchanin.