Europe Speaks Arabic By Dr. V. Abdur Rahim
Author: Dr. V. Abdur Rahim
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2008
About This Book:
Dr. V. Abdur Rahim's "Europe Speaks Arabic" is a fascinating examination of the phonetic and social ties between Arabic and European dialects. Dr. Rahim, an unmistakable etymologist, goes into the verifiable and phonetic linkages that have formed the Arabic language, as well as its effect on various European dialects. This book spans two rich etymological customs, providing perusers with a superior comprehension of how Arabic and European dialects and societies are interconnected.
The Historical Setting
The story starts by laying out the verifiable system for the transaction among Arabic and European dialects. Dr. Rahim follows the authentic ties that connect these language families, uncovering light on hundreds of years of social trade, exchange, and scholarly contact.
Influences of Linguistics on European Languages
This book analyzes the phonetic impacts of Arabic on a few European dialects top to bottom. Dr. Rahim digs into the impact of Arabic jargon, syntax, and semantic designs on the arrangement of European dialects, exhibiting the broadness of this culturally diverse contact.
In European Literature, Arabic
The narrative "Europe Communicates in Arabic" researches the commonness of Arabic in European writing. Dr. Rahim refers to instances of Arabic subjects, stories, and scholarly themes that have advanced into European abstract works, improving the social embroidered artwork of European writing.
Contributions to Science and Education
The book examines Arabic's logical and insightful commitments to European scholarly practices. Dr. Rahim tends to the job of Arabic in safeguarding and conveying conventional information, remembering propels for medication, space science, math, and reasoning that lastingly affect European idea.