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Dialects on Screen: Translating Jordanian Dialect into English The Case of Captain Abu Raed Film

This article explores the translation of dialects on-screen within the Jordanian context. Such place of translation is arguably one of the most challenging areas of translation, yet interesting due to its variety. Arab peoples use their dialects to express their opinions on several platforms, including TV media. Audiovisual translation research is growing in investigating subtitling Arabic dialects and languages on screen. Scholars propose a dialect-to-dialect approach or a dialect-to-standard approach. However, in this paper the focus is more on the strategies which inevitably fall within those approaches. The study uses a Jordanian film known as Captain Abu Raed as a source of highlighting and demonstrating translation of dialects within an Arabic context. The initial findings show that some dialectal expressions are taken off or sacrificed by replacing them with neutralized standard language.
Hamza Ethelb(10-2019)
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Changing the Structure of Paragraphs and Texts in Arabic: A Case from News Reporting

This study explores the textual alterations of Arabic news structure and how it has been influenced by news texts produced in English. The paper precisely examines sentence, paragraph and text structures in terms of form and content in relation to news translation. It analyses news articles collated from Aljazeera and Al-Arabiya news networks. The collated corpus is translations from English into Arabic by these two media outlets. The analysis showed considerable changes that the form of Arabic textual structures has incurred, especially in the general layout of texts. Although it confirm Hatim’s (1997) text-type categorisation with regard to argumentation in Arabic news texts that Arabic lacks argumentative elements it news content, it exhibited significant shift in internal cohesion, paragraph transitions, and syntactic patterns. These changes could emanate from many other influencing factors, but translation is definitely one.
Hamza Ethelb(7-2019)
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Teaching English to Adult Learners: APractical Remedial Method

This study explores the particularities of teaching English to adult learners. It looks at whether adult learners’ comprehension of lessons is slowed down by factors of teaching style orclassroom settings. The study uses a questionnaire to collect views of adult learners from the Libyan context. The questionnaire that contains 37 statements measures different aspects of teaching English. It was delivered online using Google Forms. Those aspects include teaching style, preferences of correcting mistakes, willingness of cooperation among adult learners, self-dependenceand self-confidenceof learners, and preferred techniques to learninggrammar and vocabulary. This study also offers a remedial method that is inferred from the experience of the researchers and supported by the results of the data. The results show that adult learners have differentperception towards acquiring a foreign language. They agree that they need to better theirlearning input. The suggested remedial process could be an answer to their needs.
Hamza Ethelb(10-2020)
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Clarté de la parole et effets coarticulatoires en arabe standard et dialectal

Cette étude s’intéresse à la clarté de la parole et à ses patrons coarticulatoires. Deux expériences ont été conduites en vue d’explorer l’influence de deux paramètres, le style de parole (formel vs non formel) et la position prosodique (accentué vs inaccentué). Le corpus a été constitué de trois listes de mots opposant dans le contexte syllabique CV les consonnes pharyngalisées /t d s / à leurs correspondantes non pharyngalisées /t d s / en arabe standard et en arabe dialectal. Les données acoustiques indiquent des relations claires entre la clarté de la parole et la coarticulation : plus d’effets coarticulatoires en discours formel (arabe standard) et en position prosodique forte (syllabe accentuée).
FATHI SALEM ALI TERFAS, Mohamed Embarki, Slim Ouni(6-2012)
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Gender and acoustic variation : cases of vowels in Arabic Libyan of Tripoli

This present study is interested in the articulatory difference and the social construction of this difference in Libyan Arabic of Tripoli between men and women. The data used is a list of words in Libyan Arabic of Tripoli containing consonants with strong distinctive values from a social point of view between men and women. These are pharyngealized consonants / s ˁ, t ˁ, ˁ d / and the corresponding non-pharyngealized consonants / s, t, d /. Gender differences will be illustrated here through the frequency values ​​of the first three formants [F1, F2, F3] of the vowels / i, u, a / which are in contact with the pharyngealized consonants and non-pharyngealized consonants. Based on the above mentioned facts, we formulate our hypothesis as follows: 1. The variation of mean values of F1 and F2 of [i, u, a] depends on the consonantal context, notably pharyngealized and non-pharyngealized 2- The gender difference (male vs female) has a direct impact on how to make the syllable (CV) C= Consonant V= Vowel. 3- The slope of the equation will be a distinctive sign between genders
FATHI SALEM ALI TERFAS, Mohamed Embarki(8-2012)
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Les voyelles de l’arabe libyen de Tripoli : Approche sociophonétique du gender

Les voyelles de l’arabe libyen de Tripoli : Approche sociophonétique du gender
Fathi Salem Terfas, Mohamed Embarki(1-2014)

Variabilité socioacoustique: les hommes et les femmes face à la pharyngalisation

This study is about the differences in articulations between men and women in Libyan Arabic from Tripoli and the social power structure of these differences. The corpus used is a list of words with consonants having strong distinctive values to a social point of view between men and women, i.e., pharyngealized consonants / s ˁ, t ˁ, d ˁ/and nonpharyngealized consonants /s, t, d/. Gender differences will be treated here through values of frequencyof the tow first formants [F1, F2] of the vowels /i, u, a/ which are linked to the pharyngealized and nonpharyngealized consonants. The results show significant differences between men and women and these differences are caused by social distinctions
Fathi Salem Terfas(1-2014)
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Analyse acoustique et sociophonétique des voyelles en contexte pharyngalisé

Analyse acoustique et sociophonétique des voyelles en contexte pharyngalisé
FATHI SALEM ALI TERFAS(1-2014)