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Ibrahim Saad, PH.D.


Dr. Saad earned his B.A. in English Language and Literature from Cairo University in 1969, his M.Ed. from Manchester University in 1992, M.A. in translation from Salford University, and Ph.D. in translation from the faculty of Arts, Manchester University. He has 21 years' experience teaching English at intermediate and secondary levels in Kuwait, 3 years teaching ESP in Brunei in technical colleges, and one year in Amman, Jordan, as an Assistant Prof, teaching translation at Applied Science University and Jordan University. He is currently working as a Visiting Professor (2003-2004) at Ajman University (UAE), teaching Translation.
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» Language and Choice for Learning/Translating English
By Ibrahim Saad, PH.D. | Published 06/8/2005 | Literature and Poetry | Recommendation:
Communication is basic to all human communities and, according to McEldowney (1990:13), can be broadly defined as the process by which information is exchanged. She indicates that there are many ways in which communication takes placethrough spoken language, through written language, through signs, through sound, through gesture, through facial expression and so on. It is, however, language whi ...
» The Use of Transition Notes in Learning English & Translation
By Ibrahim Saad, PH.D. | Published 06/10/2005 | Translator Education | Recommendation:
Transactional language has an important role to play in education and in life in general. Across the curriculum, it is the language of the classroom, the language of textbooks, and the language of examinations. Further, as pointed out by McEldowney (1994: 3), it is the type of language with which the community at large conducts day-to-day business. Therefore, a sound knowledge of such language ...
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