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قديم 12-28-2006, 11:35 AM
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تاريخ التسجيل: Dec 2006
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افتراضي _MD_RE: تدريب على الترجمة من العربية إلى الإنجليزية

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It is noticieable that the instituting Arabic grammar schools did not start in the Arabia, but in the rival cities of Kufa and Basra,*in Iraq. That was analogous to the rise of the Greek grammar, which did not start in Athens, but in the city of Alexandria where Alexanderians*, who came from diverse places, needed it. On the contrary, the Arab nomads did not need Arabic grammar which was a necessity to the Iraqis who spoke*Persian, Syriac in addition to Arabic. The*Grammar School of Basra, that was instituted by Abu Al'aswad Aldo'ali, was*the first*Arabic Grammar*School, albeit it*needed almost a century to witness a real development. However, the Grammar School of Kufa had been constituted by the end of the eighth century AD.

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