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Prof. Albert Borg
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Albert Borg
Albert Borg is Professor in the Department of Maltese (Faculty of Arts) and also an active member of the Institute of Linguistics. He is interested mainly in Maltese grammar and sociolinguistics.

His published work includes:

  • A Study of Aspect in Maltese (1981)

  • Ilsienna: Studju Grammatikali (1988)

  • Fuq l-Għatba tal-Malti. A Threshold Level Description of Maltese (1997, jointly with Manwel Mifsud)

  • Maltese. Lingua Descriptive Grammars (1997, jointly with Marie Alexander)

In addition, he has published a number of articles (some of which, jointly with other scholars) on various aspects of Maltese linguistic structure, including parts-of-speech, the noun phrase, quantification, object properties, object marking, nominal sentences, complementation to verbal and non-verbal expressions, word order, and topicalisation.

Research Interests

  • Maltese grammar
  • Sociolinguistics

Student contact hours

  • Tuesday 09:00 -- 11:00
Note: students should always email to make an appointment.
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