By Ronak Husni
The A to Z highlights universal pitfalls confronted by means of translators engaged on either ArabicEnglish and EnglishArabic texts. every one translation challenge is punctiliously contextualized and illustrated with examples drawn from modern literature and the media. utilizing a comparative research procedure, the authors talk about grammatical, lexical and semantic translation matters, and provide information concerning right and idiomatic utilization. A much-needed addition to the sphere for university-level scholars of translation translators alike, the A to Z has been designed with a purpose to constructing and honing abilities in translating among Arabic and English improving idiomatic expression in either languages; elevating know-how of difficulties particular to ArabicEnglish and EnglishArabic translation; expanding competency by way of supplying applicable concepts for potent translation. Alphabetic association of the entries guarantees ease of use as either a...
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E. either at the very beginning of the sentence or at the end, with the former position being the one used in case of emphasis. g. ” When time adverbials co-occur with adverbials of manner and place, the usual order is: MANNER + PLACE+ TIME. g. ” In Arabic, time adverbials usually occur after the verb or the subject (if it is explicit). g. ” However, they can equally be found after the object or in sentence-final position. g. ” When time adverbials co-occur with adverbials of manner and place in Arabic, the usual order is: VERB/explicit SUBJECT + TIME + PLACE.
Confusingly, there is also a verb to effect, which means “to bring about”, “to achieve”. The former should be rendered in Arabic by the latter by + (u) + VN. g. ” NOTE: to affect (+ NOUN) also has another, less commonly used meaning of ‘to feign, pretend’, which can be rendered in Arabic in one of two ways: 1. Form VI verb. g. ” 2. g. ” After/afterwards This set may pose some confusion in translation as a result of contrastive usage in English and Arabic. ”, whereas “afterwards” is an adverb meaning ‘subsequently’.
G. ‘all areas’ NOTE: the adverb means ‘all without exception’, ‘collectively’. g. ” • ‘all together’, ‘all without exception’, ‘every single one’. g. “The biggest army in the whole world” • ‘entirely’, ‘all (of) ‘, ‘every single one’. g. ” • ‘in its entirety’. g. ” • ‘completely’, ‘wholly. g. ” • ‘all of it’, ‘without exception. g. g. g. ’ one and all (= ‘every single one’). g. ” all alone (= ‘all by –self’). g. ” all the better (= ‘so much the better’). g. ” Also see ‘Agreement’ Allow/permit/let All three verbs imply the giving of consent for something.
A to Z of Arabic-English-Arabic Translation by Ronak Husni