By Robert de Beaugrande, Abdullah Shunnaq, Mohamed Helmy Heliel
The papers amassed during this quantity are a range of papers awarded at a convention on Language and Translation (Irbid, Jordan, 1992). of their revised shape, they give comparisons among Western and Arabic language utilization and move. The articles collect linguistic and cultural points in translation in a useful discourse framework set out partly One: thought, tradition, Ideology. half addresses points for comparisons between translations and their cultural contexts (equivalence, stylistics and paragraphing). half 3 good points Arabic-English language touch, particularly in technical writing, the media and academia. half 4 offers with difficulties in lexicography and grammar: terminology, verb-particle mixtures and semantic range of ‘radical-doubling’ varieties and incorporates a inspiration for a brand new method of English/Arabic dictionaries. half 5 turns to problems with curiosity to language lecturers with sensible proposals and demonstrations. half Six offers with geopolitical components linking the West and heart East, concentrating on equality in conversation and trade of information.
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