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Arabic Diglossia and Its Practical Implications for Translation

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Rebecca_M
Local time: 19:36
Arabic to English
Is there a video available for the Arabic Diaglossia training or another date scheduled? Mar 16, 2012

Unfortunately I was not able to view this training on Arabic Diaglossia, so I was wondering if there is either a video available or another date scheduled in the future?

Many Thanks!


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Carmen Cross  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 14:36
Member (2006)
Arabic to English
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Arabic Diglossia Webinar Mar 18, 2012

Dear Rebecca,

I really enjoyed presenting the webinar on Arabic diglossia. The webinar was recorded, and it is my understanding that it will be available on demand from Proz.com. I have also requested that the course materials (a handout of the Power Point slides and a few diglossia articles) be uploaded to the course page. If you missed the original presentation, hopefully it will soon be available for you to view.

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to ask me any questions!

Carmen


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Annett Hieber  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 20:36
English to German
What a pity Mar 19, 2012

that I wasn't aware of this training session! I'm not an Arabic-English translator. However, as I have started to learn Arabic (Egyptian) a year ago, I would have been interested in this training. Arabic (all dialects) is such a wonderful, interesting and fascinating language and culture! Will there be another training like this in the near future?

Annett


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Sam Berner  Identity Verified
Australia
Local time: 05:36
Member (2003)
English to Arabic
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Still no recording? Mar 20, 2012

I paid and registered and wasn't able to attend. Can one of the Proz staff (Helen? Help?) just tell us when to expect the recording to be uploaded, as I really would love to hear what Carmen has to say. Thanks in advance!

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Helen Shepelenko
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Still no recording? Mar 20, 2012

Sam Berner wrote:

I paid and registered and wasn't able to attend. Can one of the Proz staff (Helen? Help?) just tell us when to expect the recording to be uploaded, as I really would love to hear what Carmen has to say. Thanks in advance!


Hello Sam,

Thank you for your interest. All registered and paid attendees will be emailed with links to the webinar video recording and materials within a working week, http://www.proz.com/faq/135623#135623 . Thanks for your patience and let me know if you need anything else.

Have a nice day!

My bests,
Helen


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Sam Berner  Identity Verified
Australia
Local time: 05:36
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Thank you! Mar 20, 2012

..for providing me with the FAQ link, Helen. I look forward to the email with the recording link.

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Helen Shepelenko
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The webinar video is ready Mar 20, 2012

Hello all,

Thank you for your interest in the training.

The video is available and can be accessed from this page: http://www.proz.com/translator-training/course/6425

Please feel free to leave your feedback for the course, http://www.proz.com/translator-training/course/feedback/6038-arabic_diglossia_and_its_practical_implications_for_translation , as it is very important for us as it is one of the most valuable tools to improve future training sessions.

Have a nice day!

My bests,
Helen


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