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لماذا عليك أن تنهض و تشارك في القاموس الموسوعي العربي؟
Thread poster: Amer al-Azem
Amer al-Azem
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Jul 1, 2003

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
أخواني أخواتي المترجمين و اللغويين العرب في كل مكان

لماذا عليك أن تنهض و تشارك في القاموس الموسوعي العربي؟

إنك بمشاركتك في القاموس الموسوعي العربي تصنع تاريخا تفتخر به مدى حياتك.

أجب عن الأسئلة التالية و ستعرف لماذا أن تسجل تاريخا شخصيا لك:

هل المصادر المتوفرة للمترجمين و الباحثين العرب لمساعدتهم في إنجاز مهماتهم كناقلي و رسل للثقافة و الحضارة كافية بشكل فاعل؟
كم عدد القواميس التي تنشر كل عام في العالم العربي؟
هل هي تغطي كافة مجالات العلوم و المعرفة؟
هل القواميس المنشورة حديثة بما يكفي؟
ألا تصيبك غيرة المروءة العربية عندما لا ترى مسارد إنجليزي عربي على الإنترنت؟
إن المشاركين في القاموس الموسوعي العربي سيتم تكريمهم من قبل الجمعية الدولية للمترجمين العرب على مستويات عدة:

1. سيتم إعفائهم من رسو م العضوية و سيتم منحهم شهادات و جوائز تكريما على دورهم البطولي لأنهم شرعوا في ذلك غيرة و تطوعا في البداية و لكنهم سيحصدون النتائج المشرفة في النهاية.

2. سيتم منحهم حرية الدخول إلى مصادر قاموس الجمعية الدولية للمترجمين العرب.

3. سيسمح لهم بوضع إعلاناتهم على موقع واتا مجانا لفترة معينة.

4. ستقوم واتا بمساعدتهم في أعمالهم الموسوعية المستقبلية و ستساعدهم على نشر أعمالهم.

5. ستذكر واتا أسماءهم و إنجازاتهم في نشراتها و دورياتها.

6. ستلعب واتا كمرجعية لهم عندما تسأل عنهم.

7. سيتم نشر القواميس بعد مراجعتها تحت أسمائهم و سيكون ريعها لهم فقط.

8. إن كان لديك مسرد شخصي ، مهما كان حجمه، نرجو أن تزودنا به.

أرفع رأسك أنت مترجم عربي و أنت عضو تاريخي في مشروع تاريخي.

ولاء الغرباوي
منسقة المسارد
Now_translate@hotmail.com


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Walaa(prime)
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The Arabic Dictionary Jul 2, 2003

Dear All,


You can contribute to The Arabic Dictionary Project in many way :

1. Translating a glossary in your field of specialization.

2. Providing us with a glossary you have already compiled.

3. If you have an untranslated glossary and you don’t have time to translate ,you can still contribute to this distinguished project by sending it to us .



Walaa El-Gharbawi

Glossaries Coordinator

WATA-The Arabic Dictionary

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Thearabicdictionary/


[Edited at 2003-07-02 21:55]


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Naela Al-Enezi
English to Arabic
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totally agree,but? Jul 3, 2003

You are right,but any such great project needs finace and devoted full-time translators, state support must be sought in order to harmonize the work, such projects (i think)cannot be accomplished by volunteers living in virtual forums,no matter how angry they feel to what Arabic-the Quran language-has stooped, i wish if such projects are at least announced in other media like mags or papers to gain the proper support.

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Walaa(prime)
Local time: 06:14
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Getting Things Clear. Jul 4, 2003

Dear Naela,
Thank you for your input which reflects your interest in the project and your care to see its success .


But let me get some things clear :

The greatest thing about this project is that it was initiated and is gaining momentum via the internet :the tool which is considered by many ,in the Arab World ,as a means of entertainment and passing time.

Really, a lot of translators joined and are joining this project not out of anger but due to their deep belief that their initiative and collaborative work will make a difference .So, they are devoted to making their own breakthrough ,but at the same time we can’t ask them to stop making their living .These devoted efforts are met by a welcome from many international organizations such as The ALESCO and The UNESCO which offered a kind of partnership with WATA.

As for publishing the dictionary , a lot of offers have been submitted but they are being studied carefully.

By the way, a lot of magazines and papers have written about The Arabic Dictionary and WATA .You can check the following link:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Thearabicdictionary/links/WATA_links__001056576435/


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Stephen Lang  Identity Verified
French to English
Question from someone wishing to learn Arabic for translation Jul 18, 2003

I realise this is off topic for this thread, but I am wondering what demand their might be for Arabic-English translation by a native English speaker, and what suggestions Arabic speakers would have for learning written language. I see that most of the translators here are French to Arabic translators. I have a background and certification in French and have traveled in Morocco and Tunisia and have an interest in Arabic.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.


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