Arabic
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...Arab Societies. Introduction The term culture meansdifferently to different persons. In this context, culture is a complex range of learned human behavior patterns, which include knowledge, law, morals, customs and beliefs. Poetry was the mode of communication in the Arab culture, but with the arrival of Islam, print media and broadcasting took over. The media are a significant source of information to the society. Most people in the contemporary world depend on the media for news, information, entertainment and socialization recent development of social media, which facilitate online socialization; dating and social friendships... The Mutual Influence of Culture and Media as it Manifests itself in the...
Arabic Culture
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...Arabic culture Arabic culture refers to a way of life that is practiced by people living in the Arabic countries. Among the major countries that this culture is practiced include the countries in the Middle East, several countries in North Africa such as Morocco and countries along the Persian Gulf. This culture revolves around activities done that include the language of people, music composition, works of architecture and spirituality. The Arabic language plays the most important role in creating distinctions between Arabic culture and other cultures of the world. In addition, there are classifications in Arabic language that tend to classify groups of people according to their status... 26/09...
Arabic civilization
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...Arabic Civilization and the Book Market Institute Introduction The Arabic homeland is placed 5,000 miles from the Atlantic coast of North Africa, towards the west of the Arabian Sea, and from the Mediterranean Sea, it is placed in the north and to the central Africa, it is in the south. It is believed to cover an area close to 5.25 million square miles. Its territories spread to almost cover different parts of the world, with 72% in Africa and 28% in Asia. It comprises of two continents, a position that makes it to be worlds strategic regions. From the begging of 1994 to the end of 2000, its population was approximately 280 million with half of its population taken by the youth. The aspect... ...
Arabic Culture
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...Arabic Culture Culture plays an important role in deciding the relationships between males and females. It should be d that the male female relationships Christian or Hindu culture is entirely different from that of the Muslim culture. In Christianity, males and females enjoy almost equal status whereas in Hindu culture, women have a specific place. However in Arabic or Muslim culture, women enjoy less freedom than women in other culture because of male domination. This paper briefly analyses the status of women in Arabic culture. Women have nothing to do in defining the status of the women in a male dominant Arabic...
Arabic Coffee
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...Arabic Coffee Introduction Coffee is understood to have originated from the Ethiopian southwestern highlands. Coffea Arabica, also know as the Arabica coffee, is known to have been indigenous to the Ethiopian mountains. Coffea Arabica is said to have been the very first type of coffee put by man under cultivation in southwestern Ethiopia for over a thousand years ago. Today, many nations around the globe have huge coffee plantations. Regardless of which country boasting of the best coffee in the world at present, they all have a common route leading to the ancient Ethiopian coffee forest. This paper explores the history of Arabic coffee, its uniqueness, preparation and drinking, advantages... ...
Arabic Culture
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...Arab Culture As Western woman appreciates her position in the society where there is no comprehensible divergence between a woman and a man, an Arab woman is uncontrollably oppressed by the culture, which is profoundly ingrained in the society. Arguably, ancient Arabic culture has to the highest degree contributed to the coercion of an Arab woman as keenly explained in this essay. The patriarchal domination has sharply developed the foundation in which an Arabic woman’s status is discriminated. The administrations, for instance, in Iran and Saudi Arabia have overlooked the issue of gender and are very unenthusiastic to take in hand this flaming concern in view of the fact... that they want to...
ARABIC CULTURE
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...Arabic Culture Introduction The Arab culture is a rich and dynamic culture, borne out of an engrossing history, language, and traditions. It is a culture which particularly refers to the culture of Arab nations in West Asia and North Africa, including the region from Morocco to the Persian Gulf. This paper would include a discussion on their language, traditions, politics, as well as literature. This paper shall discuss the historical background of the Arab peoples, including their language varieties, literary traditions, and representative social institutions. This study is meant to present a rich and an educated experience in the promotion of analytical skills and insights... into...
Arabic petrol
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...Arabic Petrol Arabic Petrol Agriculture for many years determined the economy of the Arabian Peninsula. The population engaged mostly in livestock keeping. Socially, they lived together in a cluster near oases and wells. Trade was one thing that existed on a small scale and limited to camel caravans. However, the discovery of oil in this region witnessed immense socioeconomic development. There are a number of socioeconomic development that occurred in the Arab Peninsula after the discovery of oil. It is essential to look at these two aspect of development together as they are interlinked. The first aspect is the economic development...
Arabic Knowledge
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...Arabic Culture It is easily overlooked that Western history has downplayed the role of Arabic culture in the preservation anddevelopment of knowledge and education. Western culture and civilization owes a great debt to Arab culture and learning in many fields of knowledge. It could be said that Arab classical learning saved Western civilization from being intellectually and culturally stagnant. When the Roman Empire crumbled, it seemed that most of the knowledge of antiquity would have disappeared with the arrival of the Huns and other tribal groups that took over the Roman Empire. The knowledge of the Greeks, which was passed down to the Romans, would have been doomed... Western Culture and the Arabic...
Arabic Culture
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...Arabic Culture All Arabs share fundamental values and beliefs that go beyond social and national borders. Social beliefs and attitudes have remained the same because Arab community is extra conservative and requires its members to conform. Nevertheless, a number of individuals from the western community do not have adequate access to customs and traditions of the Arab community. The Arab society is made up of twenty five nations and boundaries that are in northern Africa and Middle East including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq. In addition, Arabic culture is full of traditions and customs that concentrate immensely on the significance of family and religion. Also, Arabic traditions... ...
Arabic Literature
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...Arabic Literature Introduction Arab literature is very rich and made of novels, poems, and other genres that portray the cultural realities of Arab nations. These literary works employ imagination in order to imitate the events and actions in real life. In so doing, the protagonists usually defy the authority and certain norms in their search for themselves and their attempt to grasp the realities of their period. In this context, the literary texts discussed in class mainly foreground issues about politics and love... ? OUTLINE Introduction I. Oppression II. Exile III. Love for Country or Nationalism IV. Love for Women Conclusion Discuss with Citations the Themes of Politics and Love in Contemporary...
Arabic culture
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...Arabic Culture Geography plays an important role in shaping the culture in a particular country or region. For example, even though Arabs are Muslims, their culture is entirely different from the culture of an India, Pakistani or Afghani Muslim. This is because of the geographical differences between Arab world or Middle Eastern world with other parts of the world. This paper discusses the cultural practices that are influenced by history/geography of the Arab culture. The dressings of Arabs are entirely different from that of the Muslims in other parts of the world. Arab males usually...
Arabic Culture
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...Arabic Culture TV is one of the most popular media outlets which billions of people around the world access. TV is a didactic tool which individuals look forward to when they want to be educated, influenced or entertained. It i9s evident that all over the world people spend averagely 3 hours in a day watch TV. TV has a great influence on the social and cultural norms of the people watching. The behaviors and expectations of people are greatly shaped by what is portrayed on TV. In particular, the behavioral patterns of people watching TV in the Arab world, is very different compared to those in America, due to the way in which TV programs are presented. This paper is a discussion comparing... ...
Arabic Culture
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...Arab culture In the Arab culture, women are treated as second citizens and are chiefly oppressed by the laws and constraints imposed on them. There are also traditions and customs some of which are internalized -even naturalized- that give rise to gendered inequalities that are produced and reinforced through ‘relationships that are intrinsically gendered’ within the household. In Arab culture, the household is the core institution where the women spend most of their time. It is where gender-related rigidities and inequalities are produced and reproduced. The gender division of roles, responsibilities and resources within the household play an important role in shaping... Status of Women in the Arab...
Arabizi (Arabic Chat language)
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...Arab world. This research paper examined one of the globalization effects which are Arabizi language and its impact on youth more than other social classes. My theoretical framework is focused on Arabizi language, and how does our identity get affected by this compound language and increased users number of means entertainment technology in the society that leads to such new language especially for youth, and how globalization one of the reasons that support its spreading?. Fifty Qatari university students (25 girls and 25 guys) participated in this research using questionnaire. My research paper references are academic journals, articles... ? Arabizi Arabizi language has spread widely throughout the...
Arabic Pop Music
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...Arabic Pop Music Introduction It is often said that music has no language. This is because of the fact that music usually communicates through its tune and rhythm rather than the language in which it is written. Music and noise are evoking different feelings even though both are different forms of sound. Music is a form of sound, presented in a structured manner whereas noise is a sound which is presented in an unstructured manner. That is why music is enjoyable and noises are disturbing to all. Like most of the other countries, music has significant role in Arab life. “The music of the Arab world is diverse; and includes several types of...
Trends in Arabic Music
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...Arabic music, it can be seen that the popular musical trends also create alterations in the identity and image of society. The popular music of the area is one which can be assessed with several different types of music which are now accepted in various regions of the Arabic countries. When closely examining these, it can be seen that there are mainstream musical styles as well as music which is based on the cultural style and heritage of the country. Both styles are creating a different understanding and image of music that is within the nation. Trends... ?Introduction The music image and style that is seen in various regions is one which reflects the social acceptance and trends. When looking at Arabic ...
Arabic writing system
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...ARABIC WRITING SYSTEM Arabic belongs to the group of Semitic alphabetical scripts in which mainly the consonants are represented in writing, while the marking of vowels (using diacritics) is optional. The earliest-known alphabet to mankind was the North Semitic, which developed around 1700 B.C. in Palestine and Syria. It consisted of 22 consonant letters. The Arabic, Hebrew, and Phoenician alphabets were based on this model. Then, around 1000 B.C., the Phoenician alphabet was itself used as a model by the Greeks, who added letters for vowels. Greek in turn became the model for Etruscan (c. 800 B.C.), whence came the letters of the ancient Roman alphabet, and ultimately all Western alphabets... ...
Negation in Arabic
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...Arabic Negation in Arabic Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 314993 16 August 2009 Negationin Arabic Introduction The Arabic language has twenty eight letters that consists of consonants and vowels. It also has fourteen symbols that function as short vowels and pronunciation markers. The letters are written in variation according to the sound, depending on the placement of the letters in a word viz. at the start, in between, at the end, or in isolation (Online Arabic Tutorial). This contrasts with the English language that has twenty six distinct alphabets and separate vowels. Also Arabic is written in running form as compared to English which can be written both in running form as well... Negation in...
Arabic News Channels
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...Arabic news channels such as Al-Jazeera demonstrated about the development of a globalised news environment The war in Iraq ledto one of the most significant changes in the news media. Arab nations developed transnational satellite systems throughout their world. Public influence and policy formation will be profoundly developed by these new players in the media world (Sharkey, 2003). According to the work of Sharkey (2003, pg. 1), "Of all the technological issues that arose out of the conflict in Iraq, the most important may be "Arab networks...with Arab commentators covering this war," David Halberstam, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who reported on the Vietnam conflict... What has the rise of...
Arabic Women in Leadership
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...Arabic women in leadership Introduction    “Over the centuries, femininity has been stereotyped as dependent, submissive and conforming, and hence women have been seen as lacking in leadership qualities....The male bias is reflected in the false conception of leadership as mere command or control. As leadership comes properly to be seen as a process of leaders engaging and mobilizing the human needs of followers, women will be more readily recognized as leaders and men will change their own leadership styles (Burns, 1978, 50). It is indeed a matter of debate, whether there are actually any perceivable differences between male and female leaders, as regards their efficiency and attitude...  Arabic...
Arabic ceramics art
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...Arabic Ceramics Art Introduction In art history, ceramics art refers to art objects detailing aspects such as tableware, figures, and tiles fashioned from clay plus other raw materials by the procedure of pottery. A significant collection of traditional ceramic products is made from clay (or a combination of clay with other materials) shaped into the desired object and then subjected to heat. There is a rich history of ceramic art in diverse, developed cultures, and frequently ceramic objects are the only artistic evidence left behind the disappearance of some cultures (Savory 84). Moreover, most cultures remain principally noted for their ceramics such as Chinese, Greek,...
Modern Arabic Media
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...Arabic Media faces today Problems Arabic Media faces today [Institute's ProblemsArabic Media faces today Introduction to Culture When we study different culture's and try to understand different cultural situations, we learn the peoples beliefs on health and of different areas. As we move from one culture to different cultures we have in mind that there is something good in every culture, which means that cultures differs from other cultures and it is not necessarily wrong. In order to understand different cultures we need to understand their different beliefs, which differs from culture to culture, and keeping that in mind bring upon meaningful change. These cultural beliefs... Running Head: Problems...
Translation arabic -english
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...Arab World Literature is aptly d asthe reflection of life, and presents true picture of the developments being made within the social purview. Literature includes any text worthy to be taught to students by teachers of literature, when these texts are not being taught to students in other departments of a school or university (Hirsch, 1978:34). Multiple type of literature is available in the market, which is meant for grown ups, women, youth, elderly and the individuals belonging to various professions and occupations. Since children are the most innocent stratum of society, and are considered to be the future builders of their nation as well... Module Module no: Translation for Children in the Arab...
Arabic students overseas
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...Arabic student. The reason behind such difficulty would still be traced back to the problems on grammar, sentence... Full Facing Challenges as an Arabian All throughout the world, education has become a very important part of a person’s life. The modern trend of having different cultures merge to develop existing studies or discover new technological inventions or researches has encouraged more challenges in the education of students. Consequently, more and more people desire to continue with their studies. Interestingly, students around the world look forward to going to countries such as the United States and United Kingdom to pursue their studies because of the quality of education offered in these...
Jordanian Arabic Phonology and Morphology
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...Arabic Phonology and Morphology Introduction This paper makes an attempt to compare two languages- Jordanian Arabic and English- from two different linguistic perspectives: morphological and phonological. These languages belong to two different families: English to the family of Indo-European languages, and Jordanian Arabic is a dialect of Arabic- a Semitic language. Some of the differences- both structural and representational- have been looked at in the two sections that follow, as well as some similarities and common features that perhaps signify the universal elements in the deep structure of these languages. Phonology The first of the fundamental differences between the phonetics... Jordanian...
British Involvement in Arabic Peninsula
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...Arabic Peninsula The Arabic Peninsula has been an interest to the British for a very long time now. The desire for the British to intervene in the Arabic affairs was not there before the twentieth century. During this time, the Arabic peninsula was part of the Ottoman Empire. However, the interest into the Arabic Peninsula is motivated by the beautiful landscape of the place. The terrain and climate of the Peninsula had successfully kept away any adventurers for years. The British contact into the area was just on the individual level and not on governmental level at all (ROGERS, 2006). These individuals were mainly explorers who were visiting the place, and many other places... ? British Involvement in...
Arabic language in Qatar university
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...Arabic Language In Qatar Benefits Of Adopting Arabic As Language For Instructions In Qatar University There are various benefits that various stakeholders can attain due to implementation of Arabic language as the language for instructions in the Qatar University. One of the benefits is that this action will help Qatar as well as other Arab nations in restoring the strength that the Arabic language was losing (Quartz 1). Arabic language was slowly and gradually being replaced with English language and as a result of this educational institutes as well as organizations in the Arab world had adopted English language as the official language. Adoption of Arabic in Qatar University will help... ...
Middle Arabic and Mixed Arabic : diachrony and synchrony.
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...Arabic urban vernaculars Urbanization has emerged as one of the best socialchanges of the most recent decades in Bedouin nations, and in numerous different parts of the world. For this reason, urban sociolinguistic studies have experienced substantial hypothetical and useful world-developments in the most recent decades. At an alternate level, the idea of a particular model of the Islamic city pervasive in the Orientalist studies came to be more analysed by history and geography students within the Arabian world. By evaluating the existing etymological expositive expressions on the Middle Easterner urban communities, it becomes important to check whether depictions fit... Variation and Change in Arabic...
Online learning of Arabic language
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...Arabic language, explains the proposed solution to the problem and the best means to achieve these solutions. A review of relevant literature related to the problem area to identify various tools and methods that were used follows. This equips the developer with various methodologies to choose from for use in the project. A methodologies section follows suit to explain how waterfall methodologies is instrumental to the realisation of the project goals. At the end of this report, useful recommendations from the whole research are made to ensure smooth creation of the project. Table... ?RESEARCH REPORT FOR THE FINAL PROJECT College This report introduces the problem area which is the online learning of...
Arabic Culture in Disney's Aladdin
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...Arabic Culture is Disney's Aladdin Introduction: Nobody wants to be the victim of truth. Much less falsehood. But in the modern ways of men, even as "globalisation" has become a byword and household term, some few, some millions, and some people of race, colour or origin still fall prey to the ones who force on their power to their fellow humans. And although modern media may claim to be the propagators of truth and freedom, has questionably done so in blatant and discriminatory manner. Like Hollywood and pop culture. In this paper, the Disney animation feature "Aladdin" will be discussed as an "Orientalism" view of westerners, and will dissect what may be wrong with it. Synopsis... The Portrayal of...
A History of the Arabic Language.
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...ARABIC LANGUAGE, NADJI ARABIC ARABIC: Arabic language is one of the most spoken languages around the world today. Its extensive growth is mainly dueto the spread of Islam. Before the emergence of Islam, Arabic was used by a small number of people, usually by the nomad tribes in the Arabic peninsula. But it was after the rise of Islam, that Arabic became the official language of the boundaries stretched between the Oxus River to the Iberian peninsula of Europe. ARABIC AND ISLAM Arabic as a major language became important after the rise of...
Language Practices in the Arabic Community
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...Arabic Community The study of Arabic language practices is a process, which includes the total analysis of the language in terms of its morphological and semantic structures as well as the spheres of its application. Arabic language has greatly contributed to the world culture. It exists in different equivalents, each of which corresponds to a particular style of writing. The aim of this work is to analyze the main values of the Arabic language in terms of modern linguistic approaches. As Arabic belongs to one of the most complicated languages in the world... , it is necessary to analyze its historical background. Speaking about the ancient form of Arabic...
Personal statement about translation (English-Arabic)
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...Arabic is my first language and thus my major would be in translating Arabic to English language. It has always been interesting whenever I would watch movies or any form of media that would encompass the English language in it. I am so into the study of the English language because it globally accepted. On the other hand, I have a deep understanding of the English literature because I have been passionate in improving it since I was young. Therefore, I have no difficulties in translating from Arabic to English because I enjoy when doing so. Moreover, a translating major would land me into a great career... Personal ment about Translation I have always been interested in majoring in translation. Arabic...
Diagnostic Assessment of an Arabic Speaker
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...Arabic speaker’s pronunciation and compare and contrast her pronunciation errors to discover if the mistakes made fit into common pronunciation errors seen by Arabic learners of English. 2. Background of the Interviewee I interviewed Shouq, a 32-year-old from Kuwait. She began learning English at age eighteen. Shouq came to study in the United States in 2011. She spent one year studying the English language. Then in 2013, she started her master’s program in computer science. 3. Errors in Segmental Features 3.1 Problems with English Vowels English has significantly more vowels and diphthongs (22 vowel sounds to 24 consonants) when compared to Arabic... 1. Introduction This paper will observe the Arabic ...
Why the Quran was written in Arabic
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...Arabic Summary It is important for new age Muslim faithful’s and those people of other religions to understand the purpose of the Holy Quran and why it was written in Arabic. Until recently; the Quran only existed in Arabic and even the translated editions that exist do so with the Arabic instructions side by side. Understanding the choice of language will see the doubts that are instilled to modern day Muslims and the general public shy away from the myths and gain confidence in the Holy book. Introduction The Quran is seen as very easy to understand. It has around 80,000 words, but only 2,000 words are repeated over and over to create a script.1 Anyone willing to learn... Why the Quran was written in...
Politics and Love in Contemporary Arabic Literature
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...Arabic literature Since the invasion of Napoleon in Egypt in 19th Century, the Middle East overtly exposed to European culture and ideas (Mūsawī and Jaroslav 43). This revived the re-examination of the traditional Islamic community in terms of its political, economical, educational, and the social issues. As a result, major developments occurred in Modern Arabic Literature. Notably was the growth of indigenous Journalism, the rise of new reading public, and the impact brought by the new-simpler Arabic prose style in writing. In both poetry and prose, Authors rephrased the traditional Arabic literary conventions leading to a new revolution in writing... The themes of Politics and Love in Contemporary...
Politics and Love in Contemporary Arabic Literature
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...Arabic literature Adonis First, works of Adonis have grown with the political trends in Arabic countries. He uses his works to highlight aesthetics of literature and its purpose in shaping the society (Arana 87). For example, through poetry, he has championed democracy and popularized secular perspective in Middle East. His poetic genre is a cosmopolitan work, which not only tackles issues in Arab world but also the entire globe. In his poem, ‘Love’ Adonis exemplifies his unique blend of revolutionary artistic diction. Away from the traditional Arab poetry of simple language and forms, the poem revolves in the themes of politics, love, culture... , and philosophy. Adonis alludes that newness...
Role Of Women In Arabic Society.
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...Arabic Society The traditional Arab family constitutes a social and economic unit because all its members are involved improving its standing in the Arab community. The woman in the Arab society is seen as a homemaker. The woman is expected to organize the home and ensure it prosper as that is her institution to run. The woman is subordinate to the father in the family. Woman are segregated and isolated in the Arab community. Although this is changing as many women are being educated and being adopted into the public positions, most of them still occupy the domain of the household (Barakat, 1993). Women in the Arab society are discriminated against especially... . These responsibilities...
Arabic Version of The Da Vinci Code
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...Arabic Version of The Da Vinci Table of Contents: Introduction The importance of translation.. The roll of translators across history The strong relation between language-culture-translation Literature Review Definition of translation The limitation in previous definitions Faithfulness in translation Commentary on The Da Vinci Code, Arabic translation Conclusion Reference INTRODUCTION Translation has been the basis for the development of many nations, both in the classical era and in more recent times... . Translators are thus the means through which knowledge can be transmitted. In the past, Arabs...
CNN International and Al-Jazeera Arabic
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...Arab Emirates was launched on January 11, 2009 and CNN International adjusted half an hour in its schedule with a new evening prime program for the Middle East viewers “Prism”. From January till September 2009, CNN International conformed more programs that went pitched to a primetime European audience with a few titled after CNN International charismas especially the interview program Amanpour. The channel plunged a new tagline "Go Beyond Borders", accenting the international view that gives the information in this string and the plurality of the audiences and also referring to the various platforms to broadcast... CNN International The CNN.com has constantly pursued to bring people the top news...
Attitudes of Arabic (Saudi) speakers toward learning English language.
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...Arabic (Saudi) speakers towards learning the English language Introduction This paper focuses on the attitudes of Arabic speakers in learning the English language. The study will focus on investigating the orientation of Arabic speakers with reference to their attitudes in learning the English language. There are different factors that influence the attitudes of Arabic speakers to learn the English language. These factors may contribute positively or negatively to the attitudes of Arabic speakers in learning the English language. This topic is essential in the language field because it illustrates the importance of learning English as a language that is globally accepted (Boxer, 2002... Attitudes of...
Summary of Syllables and Moras in Arabic
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...Arabic vernacular dealing with syllable structure. This dialect, among many in Arabic languages, has its own syllabification patterns (McCarthy et al, 2004). This dialect closely relates into C-dialect. The two co-exist as distinct speech registers or sociolects within a basic regional dialect. Even though they have same lexical syllabification, they differ in their postlexical phonology. This research paper will discuss the summary of syllables in VC- dialect version. In VC- dialect, the version includes the dialects of Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq, and Turkey, Bedouinand Bedouin-type dialects such as Bani-Hassan (Jordan, Irshied... The VC- dialect The VC- dialect is among some of the salient Arabic...
Converting Arabic sign language to Arabic Text using iPhone(Xcode) and image processing
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...Arabic sign language to Arabic text. A number of factors must be considered in order to fit everything together in a schedule. The school owner of an institution will provide the data required for the project’s development. The application will process the data provided through calculations and comparisons in order to create an XCode that tries to satisfy the needs of the institution. Within this project it will be attempted to complete student scheduling based on various constraints. These constraints have been chosen and will be talked... ? Total Project Page Count: 25 Table of Contents ……………………………………………………………………3 Acknowledgments……………………………………………………………4 Introduction………………………………………………………………….5...
Converting Arabic Symbol Language into Arabic Text Using iPhone (Xcode) and Image Processing
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...Arabic sign language to Arabic text. A number of factors must be considered in order to fit everything together in a schedule. The school owner of an institution will provide the data required for the project’s development. The application will process the data provided through calculations and comparisons in order to create an XCode that tries to satisfy the needs of the institution. Within this project it will be attempted to complete student scheduling based on various constraints. These constraints have been chosen and will be talked... ? Total Project Page Count: 25 Table of Contents ……………………………………………………………………3 Acknowledgments……………………………………………………………4 Introduction………………………………………………………………….5...
Jews of Spain relationship with Islamic and Arabic Culture
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...Arabic Culture Introduction Before Catholicism, Jews of Spain were the largest and most prosperous amongst the Jewish communities that were ruled by both Christians and Muslims. In the year 1492, catholic monarchs king Ferdinand and Isabella united Spain and issued an ultimatum that compelled everybody to convert to Catholicism or face expulsion or even death. Therefore, the population of the Spanish Jews declined remarkably. However, it is approximated that the population of Spanish Jews currently is between 13,000 and 40,000 (Corré 170). By then, the Jewish Spain communicated with a language called Ladino. Ladino was a romantic language that borrowed... Jews of Spain Relationship with Islamic and...
Research proposal (English by Arabic Foreign Language learners)
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...ARABIC EFL LEARNERS TO AVOID MISUNDERSTANDING A Research Proposal Presented to The Faculty of In Partial Fulfillment Of the requirements for By ABSTRACT Making compliments successful in English by Arabic Foreign Language learners, to avoid circumstances of misunderstanding by the native English speakers or misunderstanding by the native speakers of English is the interest of this research. The study will also look into how... Order 284816 APPROPRIATE COMPLIMENTS BY...
Ferguson's article "Diglossia", is his prognosis for Arabic accurate today (50 years later)? Is Arabic on its way to becom
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...ARABIC DIGLOSSIA Ferguson (1963) defined Diglossia as “a relatively stable language situation in which, in addition to the primary dialects of the language (which may include a standard or regional standards), there is a very different, highly codified (often grammatically more complex), superposed variety, the means of a large and respected body of written literature, either of an earlier period or in another speech community, which is learned largely by formal education and is used for most written and formal spoken purposes but is not used by any sector of the community for ordinary discussion.” . According to Ferguson, there are four clear problems involving diglossia:...
A contrastive study between English and Arabic prepositional phrases
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...Arabic Prepositional Phrases Chapter Introduction Prepositional Phrases A Prepositionalphrase is a 'non-headed' construction in English since no one constituent functions as the center of the phrase, the center on which the other elements depend. Instead, the structure is divided into two functional components - the preposition followed by its complement. In general, a prepositional phrase expresses a relationship between the complement of the preposition and some other constituent of the sentence (Daniel: 1995). In English, a prepositional phrase is constructed by linking a proposition usually with a noun phrase so as to form a single unit... ?Research Proposal A Contrastive Study between English and...
The Argument in Favor of Arabic in Qatari Schools
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...Arabic in Qatari Schools Qatar which isgrowing more and more prominent as a university both in the Arab world and elsewhere, has long taught most of its courses exclusively in English. Recently, however, it has switched positions, and begun offering many courses exclusively in Arabic rather than exclusively in English, a decision that has caused both “elation and worries” among Qataris both in and outside of the university (Haroon). Those who are elated believe that this is a “validation of their mother tongue” (Huge Response), while those who are opposed are incredibly worried about the job opportunities for graduates, as well... Prof’s Why Be Ashamed of One’s Origins: the Argument in Favor of Arabic...
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