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Title: Imaqdruh ghax ma jafuhx
Authors: Ghaqda tal-Malti (Universita')
Keywords: Maltese language -- Grammar
Maltese language -- Study and teaching
Issue Date: 1934-01
Publisher: Ghaqda tal-Malti
Citation: Ghaqda tal-Malti (Universita'). (1934). Imaqdruh ghax ma jafuhx. Lehen il-Malti, 35, 149-150.
Abstract: The author of this article mentions how some Maltese readers and writers find the Maltese language problematic; a puzzle which may appear too random and difficult to piece together and so they condemn and question the use of the language. The author goes on to debate this argument by asking them if they ever took a moment to understand the Maltese language. He asks them if they ever read a verse by Dun Karm, or a few words by Professor Temi Zammit insisting that if they did they would not certainly not see the Maltese language as a chaotic language.
Appears in Collections:Lehen il-Malti (1934) - no. 35 (Jannar)
Lehen il-Malti (1934) - no. 35 (Jannar)

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