At least due to the presence on the web, since the so-called Arab Spring if not before, of innumerable blogs and forums where one can no longer distinguish between the two channels (written/spoken), the concept of diglossia, from Marçais (1930) to Ferguson (1959)—but also to Hamam’s (2014) bimodalism, which distinguishes between ‘written’ and ‘speech’—can no longer be considered adequate (Giolfo and Sinatora, 2011).