By Ronak Husni
Arabic-English-ArabicTranslation: concerns and Strategies is an available coursebook for college kids and practitioners of Arabic-English-Arabic translation. targeting the main matters and issues affecting the sphere, it deals trained counsel at the most suitable how you can care for such difficulties, allowing clients to improve deeper insights and improve their translation abilities.
Key beneficial properties include:
- A concentrate on Arabic-English translation in either instructions, getting ready scholars for the real-life reviews of practitioners within the field
- In-depth dialogue of the center problems with phrasing, language edition and translation, criminal translation and translation expertise in Arabic and English translation
- Authentic pattern texts in each one bankruptcy, taken from quite a few resources from around the Arabic-speaking global to supply snapshots of real-life language use
- Source texts by means of examples of attainable translation ideas, with large commentaries, to exhibit the easiest translation practices and methodologies
- A variety of aiding workouts to let scholars to training their newly bought wisdom and skills
- Inclusion of a variety of issues overlaying either linguistic and style matters, delivering multidimensional views and intensity and breadth in learning
- List of suggested readings and assets for every of the subjects below discussion
- Comprehensive thesaurus and bibliography in the back of the e-book.
Lucid and sensible in its approach, Arabic-English-Arabic Translation: matters and techniques will be an critical source for intermediate to complicated scholars of Arabic. it's going to even be of serious curiosity to expert translators operating in Arabic-English-Arabic translation.
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E. g. e. 20 Unlike in English, where most of these sets have been fixed a long time ago, the phenomenon remains very productive to this day in Arabic, where it is deemed a highly valued stylistic feature, as well as an emphasizing device. e. of the same root) modifier serving to intensify the meaning of the head noun. g. عَطْشان نَطْشان, very thirsty, لَيْل لائل, a long night Repetition with a view to intensifying meaning is something we find elsewhere in Arabic, for instance in the so-called 'cognate accusative' (مَفْعُول مُطْلَق), where a verbal noun (مَصْدَر) of the main verb is added to emphasize the meaning of the latter.
However, the single biggest thanks is also an apology, to our long-suffering editor at Routledge, Andrea Hartill, whose patience we severely tested. We can only hope that the result was worth the wait and thank her for what at times seemed boundless endurance and forbearance. Naturally, it goes without saying that any remaining flaws are entirely the responsibility of the present authors. edu; web host: Brigham Young University). Used with kind permission of the creator Prof. D. Parkinson, Brigham Young University.
For instance, to pass up on is a phrasal verb consisting of a preposition and a particle with a particular meaning (‘to allow to go by’), but this knowledge alone will not lead to a correct idiomatic use of the phrase. Indeed, it is not possible to say ‘to pass up on the bus’, if you intend to say that you let it go by because it was too full, or ‘to pass up on holidays’, if you mean that you decided not to have any this year. g. ‘he passed up on the opportunity of seeing her off at the airport’.