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Books, Kidkiddos: Boxer and Brandon (English Ar...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 27.08.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Boxer and Brandon (English Arabic Bilingual Book), Auflage: 2. Auflage von 2019 // Second edition, Autor: Books, Kidkiddos // Nusinsky, Inna, Verlag: KidKiddos Books Ltd., Sprache: Arabisch, Schlagworte: JUVENILE NONFICTION // Foreign Language Study // English as a Second Language // Englisch, Rubrik: Kinder // Sprachen, Seiten: 34, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 121 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Books, Kidkiddos: Boxer and Brandon (English Ar...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 27.08.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Boxer and Brandon (English Arabic Bilingual Book), Auflage: 2. Auflage von 2019 // Second edition, Autor: Books, Kidkiddos // Nusinsky, Inna, Verlag: KidKiddos Books Ltd., Sprache: Arabisch, Schlagworte: JUVENILE NONFICTION // Foreign Language Study // English as a Second Language // Englisch, Rubrik: Kinder // Sprachen, Seiten: 34, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 121 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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I Die Every Day. Ten Libyan Tales
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I Die Every Day features ten short stories written by Ali Al-Ja'aki (The Button. The Departure. The Martyr. Nostalgia for the Fire. The Flood. The King of the Wind. The Phoenix. The Bubble. The Mirage). Born in Libya in 1952, Al-Ja'aki worked as a journalist from 1980 to 1984 and has had his work published in local newspapers. Inspired and influenced by the well-known Libyan novelist, Ibrahim Al-Koni, Al-Ja'aki writes using a compact style of short carefully worked sentences. This bilingual reader is ideal for those who would like to read some contemporary Arabic literature albeit in translation, intermediate to advanced students of Arabic who are looking to improve their reading skills and widen their literary vocabulary and native Arabic readers who are keen to improve their English. The collection features stories in both English and Arabic, prefaced by a brief author biography. It is the hope that the suggested translations will be of interest both for native Arabic speakers wishing to improve their reading and translation skills as well as for native English speakers looking to develop their familiarity with literary Arabic. "This bilingual reader is ideal for those who would like to read some contemporary Arabic literature albeit in translation, intermediate to advanced students of Arabic who are looking to improve their reading skills and widen their literary vocabulary and native Arabic readers who are keen to improve their English. The collection features stories in both English and Arabic, prefaced by a brief author biography. It is the hope that the suggested translations will be of interest both for native Arabic speakers wishing to improve their reading and translation skills as well as for native English speakers looking to develop their familiarity with literary Arabic".Ali AlmannaAssociate Professor of Linguistics and Translation, Sohar University Mohammed J. Zagood is an assistant professor of Contrastive Linguistics and Translation Studies at El-Mergib University, Libya. He holds a PhD degree from the University of Durham, UK. Mohammed's research interests include contrastive linguistics and English/Arabic translation and interpreting.Fred Pragnell holds an MA (Hons) in Modern Languages and is a Chartered Linguist. He has published a range of course books and readers for learning Latin, Greek and Arabic.

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I Die Every Day. Ten Libyan Tales
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I Die Every Day features ten short stories written by Ali Al-Ja'aki (The Button. The Departure. The Martyr. Nostalgia for the Fire. The Flood. The King of the Wind. The Phoenix. The Bubble. The Mirage). Born in Libya in 1952, Al-Ja'aki worked as a journalist from 1980 to 1984 and has had his work published in local newspapers. Inspired and influenced by the well-known Libyan novelist, Ibrahim Al-Koni, Al-Ja'aki writes using a compact style of short carefully worked sentences. This bilingual reader is ideal for those who would like to read some contemporary Arabic literature albeit in translation, intermediate to advanced students of Arabic who are looking to improve their reading skills and widen their literary vocabulary and native Arabic readers who are keen to improve their English. The collection features stories in both English and Arabic, prefaced by a brief author biography. It is the hope that the suggested translations will be of interest both for native Arabic speakers wishing to improve their reading and translation skills as well as for native English speakers looking to develop their familiarity with literary Arabic. "This bilingual reader is ideal for those who would like to read some contemporary Arabic literature albeit in translation, intermediate to advanced students of Arabic who are looking to improve their reading skills and widen their literary vocabulary and native Arabic readers who are keen to improve their English. The collection features stories in both English and Arabic, prefaced by a brief author biography. It is the hope that the suggested translations will be of interest both for native Arabic speakers wishing to improve their reading and translation skills as well as for native English speakers looking to develop their familiarity with literary Arabic".Ali AlmannaAssociate Professor of Linguistics and Translation, Sohar University Mohammed J. Zagood is an assistant professor of Contrastive Linguistics and Translation Studies at El-Mergib University, Libya. He holds a PhD degree from the University of Durham, UK. Mohammed's research interests include contrastive linguistics and English/Arabic translation and interpreting.Fred Pragnell holds an MA (Hons) in Modern Languages and is a Chartered Linguist. He has published a range of course books and readers for learning Latin, Greek and Arabic.

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Edmond Halley's Reconstruction of the Lost Book...
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Apollonius's Conics was one of the greatest works of advanced mathematics in antiquity. The work comprised eight books, of which four have come down to us in their original Greek and three in Arabic. By the time the Arabic translations were produced, the eighth book had already been lost. In 1710, Edmond Halley, then Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford, produced an edition of the Greek text of the Conics of Books I-IV, a translation into Latin from the Arabic versions of Books V-VII, and a reconstruction of Book VIII.The present work provides the first complete English translation of Halley's reconstruction of Book VIII with supplementary notes on the text. It also contains 1) an introduction discussing aspects of Apollonius's Conics 2) an investigation of Edmond Halley's understanding of the nature of his venture into ancient mathematics, and 3) an appendices giving a brief account of Apollonius's approach to conic sections and his mathematical techniques.This book will be of interest to students and researchers interested in the history of ancient Greek mathematics and mathematics in the early modern period.

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Edmond Halley's Reconstruction of the Lost Book...
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Apollonius's Conics was one of the greatest works of advanced mathematics in antiquity. The work comprised eight books, of which four have come down to us in their original Greek and three in Arabic. By the time the Arabic translations were produced, the eighth book had already been lost. In 1710, Edmond Halley, then Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford, produced an edition of the Greek text of the Conics of Books I-IV, a translation into Latin from the Arabic versions of Books V-VII, and a reconstruction of Book VIII.The present work provides the first complete English translation of Halley's reconstruction of Book VIII with supplementary notes on the text. It also contains 1) an introduction discussing aspects of Apollonius's Conics 2) an investigation of Edmond Halley's understanding of the nature of his venture into ancient mathematics, and 3) an appendices giving a brief account of Apollonius's approach to conic sections and his mathematical techniques.This book will be of interest to students and researchers interested in the history of ancient Greek mathematics and mathematics in the early modern period.

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Edmond Halley's Reconstruction of the Lost Book...
106,99 € *
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Apollonius's Conics was one of the greatest works of advanced mathematics in antiquity. The work comprised eight books, of which four have come down to us in their original Greek and three in Arabic. By the time the Arabic translations were produced, the eighth book had already been lost. In 1710, Edmond Halley, then Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford, produced an edition of the Greek text of the Conics of Books I-IV, a translation into Latin from the Arabic versions of Books V-VII, and a reconstruction of Book VIII.The present work provides the first complete English translation of Halley's reconstruction of Book VIII with supplementary notes on the text. It also contains 1) an introduction discussing aspects of Apollonius's Conics 2) an investigation of Edmond Halley's understanding of the nature of his venture into ancient mathematics, and 3) an appendices giving a brief account of Apollonius's approach to conic sections and his mathematical techniques.This book will be of interest to students and researchers interested in the history of ancient Greek mathematics and mathematics in the early modern period.

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Edmond Halley's Reconstruction of the Lost Book...
106,99 € *
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Apollonius's Conics was one of the greatest works of advanced mathematics in antiquity. The work comprised eight books, of which four have come down to us in their original Greek and three in Arabic. By the time the Arabic translations were produced, the eighth book had already been lost. In 1710, Edmond Halley, then Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford, produced an edition of the Greek text of the Conics of Books I-IV, a translation into Latin from the Arabic versions of Books V-VII, and a reconstruction of Book VIII.The present work provides the first complete English translation of Halley's reconstruction of Book VIII with supplementary notes on the text. It also contains 1) an introduction discussing aspects of Apollonius's Conics 2) an investigation of Edmond Halley's understanding of the nature of his venture into ancient mathematics, and 3) an appendices giving a brief account of Apollonius's approach to conic sections and his mathematical techniques.This book will be of interest to students and researchers interested in the history of ancient Greek mathematics and mathematics in the early modern period.

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Pragmatic Investigations in English and Arabic ...
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This book, in the first place, is of pragmatic orientation, and its importance stems from presenting definite evidence of the precedence of Arab linguists in dealing with the linguistic theory on a pragmatic basis. In this regard, it will bridge the gap that has been kept unfilled, for decades, due to the lack of books that tackle this aspect. The scarcity of modern researches that explore traditional Arabic linguistic theorization on pragmatic grounds renders this book remarkably substantial. This work is of comparative nature, where a comparison is drawn between pragmatic and speech-act approaches in English and Arabic. Moreover, a speech-act analysis is provided of a selected literary corpus of English and Arabic written discourse.

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