This chapter provides an overview of attitude datives as optional pronominal pragmatic markers in four varieties of Levantine Arabic; these are Syrian, Lebanese, Jordanian, and Palestinian Arabic. It highlights the purpose of the study, namely, to provide a sociocognitive analysis of attitude datives and to account for the social conditions on their use. It also lists the data sources, states some of their characteristics, and discusses the motivations behind the choices.
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