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The Characteristics of Arabic Prose

The Characteristics of Arabic Prose

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The Characteristics of Arabic Prose The Characteristics of Arabic Prose The Characteristics of Arabic Prose During the Pre-Islamic period, Arabic prose literature was in its infancy compared to the unprecedented development of Arabic poetry. The reason for...
Birth and Development of Arabic Prose

Birth and Development of Arabic Prose

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Birth and Development of Arabic Prose Birth and Development of Arabic Prose Birth and Development of Arabic Prose 'Prose' is generally defined as the language in which a person speaks without rhythm in his daily life. The...
Birth Development and Characteristics of Arabic Poetry

Birth Development and Characteristics of Arabic Poetry

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Birth Development and Characteristics of Arabic Poetry Birth Development and Characteristics of Arabic Poetry Birth Development and Characteristics of Arabic Poetry Poetry is the oldest, most complex, multi-faceted, most controversial, and widely criticized branch of literature. Poetry...
The Position of the Arabic Language in the Present-day World

The Position of the Arabic Language in the Present-day World

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The Position of the Arabic Language in the Present-day World The Position of the Arabic Language in the Present-day World The Position of the Arabic Language in the Present-day World Arabic is now the mother tongue of...
Importance of Arabic Language and Literature

Importance of Arabic Language and Literature

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Importance of Arabic Language and Literature Importance of Arabic Language and Literature Importance of Arabic Language and Literature Today the Arabic language is not the language of the Arabs only. It has now spread throughout the Middle...
The Sources of Arabic Language and Literature

The Sources of Arabic Language and Literature

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The Sources of Arabic Language and Literature The Sources of Arabic Language and Literature The Sources of Arabic Language and Literature Arabic is one of the oldest and most respected languages ​​in the world. This language belongs...
The Characteristics of the Arabic Language

The Characteristics of the Arabic Language

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The Characteristics of the Arabic Language The Characteristics of the Arabic Language The Characteristics of the Arabic Language   Arabic is one of the most widely spoken languages ​​of the Semitic group of languages. Scholars believe that the...

Birth and Development of the Arabic Language

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Birth and Development of the Arabic Language Birth and Development of the Arabic Language Birth and Development of the Arabic Language 'Language' is a basic means of communication. Through language, one can express and shares one's feelings,...
Note on Slang

Note on Slang

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Note on Slang Note on Slang Note on Slang Note on Slang: The vulgar use of language in a new sense always with a particular meaning is called ‘Slang’. Slang belongs to any language of the world....
Note on Haplology

Note on Haplology

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Note on Haplology Note on Haplology Note on Haplology 'Haplology' means pronouncing the same sound once instead of twice. It is concerned with what we call apostrophe‘s’ (’s). Thus we say: she works in the writers’ workshop...
Note on Malapropism

Note on Malapropism

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Note on Malpropism Note on Malapropism Note on Malapropism 'Malapropism' is a term that means ludicrous misuse of words, especially in mistake for one resembling it. The term has been derived from Mrs. Malaprop, a ludicrous character...
Note on Euphemism

Note on Euphemism

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Note on Euphemism Note on Euphemism Note on Euphemism 'Euphemism' is a figure of speech through which a writer or speaker speaks something offensive or unpleasant in a pleasant manner. Etymologically the term “Euphemism” means speaking well....
Note on Archaism

Note on Archaism

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Note on Archaism Note on Archaism Note on Archaism 'Archaism' is a term that means the use of words or phrases that have become out of date or old-fashioned. In any language the use of archaism is...
Note on Johnsonese

Note on Johnsonese

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Note on Johnsonese Note on Johnsonese Note on Johnsonese 'Johnsonese’ is a term that refers to pedantic, learned, and figurative writing. Such kind of writing comes into English due to the later classical influence, but it was...
Note on Hybridism

Note on Hybridism

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Note on Hybridism Note on Hybridism Note on Hybridism 'Hybridism' means words made up of parts derived from two or more different languages. Hybridism, in the English language, dates back as early as the introduction of French...
The History of '-Ing'

The History of ‘-Ing’

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The History of '-Ing' The History of '-Ing' The History of '-Ing' The History of '-Ing': The history of the ending ‘-ing’ is a matter of interest while reading the history of the English language. Originally the...
The Great Consonant Shift

The Great Consonant Shift

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  The Great Consonant Shift The Great Consonant Shift The Great Consonant Shift The Great Consonant Shift: There are many and many different languages in the world. The philologists have divided the languages into two great families as: (A)...
Difference Between American English and British (Royal) English

Difference Between American English and British English

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Difference Between American English and British English Difference Between American English and British (Royal) English Difference Between American English and British English Difference Between American English and British English: English, as a mother tongue, is spoken in...

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