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Parrot  Identity Verified
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Nov 30, 2004

http://www.arabismo.com/index.php3

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xxxSaifa
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Thanks Dec 1, 2004

Thanks a lot, Parrot!

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shfranke  Identity Verified
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Many thanks. That site includes some excellent hyperlinks. Dec 2, 2004

Greetings.

Many thanks for that post.

That site includes some excellent hyperlinks.

Regards,

Stephen H. Franke
(English Arabic,
Kurdish, and Farsi)
San Pedro, California, USA


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Hyperlinks Dec 2, 2004

Stephen Franke wrote:

That site includes some excellent hyperlinks.


It was the hyperlinks that got my attention. Non-Spanish speakers may need patience with the introductory texts, but the material itself and some of the associated websites are highly interesting, even considering the target audience are foreign Arabic learners.


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Gracias por las buenas intenciones pero... Jun 18, 2005

Parrot wrote:

http://www.arabismo.com/index.php3[/quote]

Friends,

Like I have just said in the title, thanks for the good intention but unfortunately Spanish orientalism is still at the beginning of the 20th century. Very little has been done in the field of lexicology or in internet dictionaries in spite of the fact that Spain enjoys a large number or relatively large number of Arabic language and Arabic-Spanish translation graduates.

If you took a look at what is available, you´d think the number of Spanish universities offering this specialization was only one or two.

John

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Y Permيtanme que aٌada algo... Jun 19, 2005

John Colangelo wrote:



Friends,

Like I have just said in the title, thanks for the good intention but unfortunately Spanish orientalism is still at the beginning of the 20th century. Very little has been done in the field of lexicology or in internet dictionaries in spite of the fact that Spain enjoys a large number or relatively large number of Arabic language and Arabic-Spanish translation graduates.

If you took a look at what is available, you´d think the number of Spanish universities offering this specialization was only one or two.

John[/quote]

And let me add something,
When I talk to some of them about on line dictionaries or CAT tools for Spanish, they look at me as if I were a Martian. There is so much to be done in the field of Arabic-Spanish translation.
John

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Dr. Günther orth
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You don't have permission Jul 6, 2005

Strangely, when I tried this site, it said:
You don't have permission to access /index.php3 on this server


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Dr. Günther Orth wrote:

Strangely, when I tried this site, it said:
You don't have permission to access /index.php3 on this server


I accessed it on the Wayback Machine (http://www.archive.org/index.php ). Last msg. on the homepage:

AVISO:
Arabismo.com se encuentra en un proceso de reestructuraciَn. Por el momento, hemos tenido que cerrar las secciones de "El Foro", "Noticias" y "Convocatorias". No obstante, los interesados pueden dirigirse al portal Aldadis (http://web.archive.org/web/20041010003350/http://www.aldadis.com/principal.htm), que dispone de estas mismas secciones.

(They're restructuring and have closed several sections. They refer readers to Aldadis). Webislam likewise seems up-to-date on their remodelling, but there is no intention to make it an exclusive site.


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