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5 Interrogative adverbials The interrogative adverbials are derived in varying degrees through grammaticalization of other parts of speech and merging of Classical Arabic interrogatives with prepositions. In the peninsular dialects, some of the interrogatives are little changed from the Classical Arabic originals. ). ’, in some dialects from *≠alà + mà/ ±ayyi “ay ±in. ’ is almost invariably derived directly (c) 2011 Koninklijke Brill NV. All Rights Reserved. adverbs 25 Table 2. Interrogative pronouns in Arabic dialects Ían≠ànì Cairene Damascus Muslim Baghdad Mardin Cherchell, Algeria Khartoum *matà *±ayna *li-mà≈à *kayf *kam how much?