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By Hanem El-Farahaty

ISBN-10: 0415707528

ISBN-13: 9780415707527

ISBN-10: 0415707536

ISBN-13: 9780415707534

Arabic-English-Arabic felony Translation offers a groundbreaking research of the problems present in criminal translation among Arabic and English. Drawing on a contrastive-comparative procedure, it analyses parallel real felony records in either Arabic and English to envision the positive factors of felony discourse in either languages and discover the various translation innovations used. In so doing, it addresses the next questions:

  • What are the gains of English and Arabic felony texts?

  • What are the similarities and adjustments of English and Arabic criminal texts?

  • What are the tough parts of felony translation among English and Arabic felony texts?

  • What are the concepts for translating those tricky components at the lexical and syntactic levels?

Features include:

  • A thorough description of the good points of criminal translation in either English and Arabic, drawing on empirical new learn, corpus facts research and strategic two-way comparisons among resource texts and goal texts

  • Coverage of a vast variety of issues together with an overview of the selected framework for information research, a historic survey of felony discourse advancements in either Arabic and English and exact analyses of felony literature at either the lexical and syntactic degrees

  • Attention to universal problem areas comparable to Shariah legislation phrases, archaic phrases and version auxiliaries

  • Many examples and excerpts from a big variety of genuine felony records, strengthened through functional dialogue issues, workouts and perform drills to inspire energetic engagement with the fabric and possibilities for hands-on studying.

Wide-ranging, scholarly and thought-provoking, this may be a useful source for complex undergraduates and postgraduates on Arabic, Translation stories and Comparative Linguistics classes. it's going to even be crucial interpreting for translation execs and researchers operating within the field.

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