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بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
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الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
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حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

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من لديه حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

يضعها مشكورا لأن اللي في الموضوع المثبت تختلف عن اللي تظهر لي
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موضوع النقاش # 6
" To Daffodils" has various themes. Explain
قديم 2014- 12- 7   #2
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الصورة الرمزية abolana
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 121645
تاريخ التسجيل: Tue Sep 2012
المشاركات: 129
الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
مؤشر المستوى: 44
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بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
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رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

أيضا رابط مناقشات نظرية الترجمة لا يعمل
مع كامل التقدير للجهود المبذولة هنا .
 
قديم 2014- 12- 7   #3
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الصورة الرمزية abolana
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 121645
تاريخ التسجيل: Tue Sep 2012
المشاركات: 129
الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
مؤشر المستوى: 44
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بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
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رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

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قديم 2014- 12- 7   #4
totoh
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الصورة الرمزية totoh
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 157953
تاريخ التسجيل: Sat Sep 2013
المشاركات: 195
الـجنــس : أنـثـى
عدد الـنقـاط : 7842
مؤشر المستوى: 46
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بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: طالب جامعي
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: اللغه الانجليزيه
المستوى: المستوى الثالث
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رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

مناقشات نظرية الترجمة
1- discuss the concept of “equivalence” in translation.
equivalence can be defined as the ability to transfer written or verbal message from one language to another one.
2- discuss the main characteristics of a good translator.
a good translator is proficient in both languages; the native tongue and the second language. Moreover, they could also be a multilingual speaker. He is fast, reliable and ethical in addition to being prideful of their work.
3- discuss the main characteristics of a ‘theory’ with special reference to translation.
the traits of translation theory revolves primarily around four criteria; empiricism, determinism, parsimony and generality.
4- discuss the elements of translation and their interaction with one another.
elements of translation are six; source and text language, translator, translated text, translation language and target language. The source and target language are complemented through the translator's processing of both texts.
5- discuss the concepts of ‘process & product’ with special reference to translation.
process is going through translating the text; from the source to the target language. On the other hand, product is the end result of translation.
6- discuss the main differences between a communicative approach and a semantic approach to translation.
the striking difference between the two approaches is as follows; the communicative approach fits best for a group of people such as audience. Whereas the semantic approach is used for the individual translation. In other words, it is natural for the individual.
7- discuss three ecological problems in translation.
ecological problems exist in the environment of source and text languages. For example, the word "kangaroo" doesn't have a synonymous term in arabic, also camel words don't have a term in english. Another problem is the cultural background of people in regards to slang, idioms and expressions. Finally, the geographical location of the target language sometimes can hold off the process of translation.
8- discuss the main difference between literal and free methods of translation used in the abbasid age.
literal translation in the abbasid age suffered demerits of lexical and grammatical problems between arabic and latin. For this reason, free translation was preferred to the literal one due to omitting what is unnecessary for the message.
9- an interpreter can act as a translator but a translator can not act as an interpreter. Discuss
the reason for this is because the translator deals with the written message. More than that, they are also attentive to the lexical and grammatical message. On the other hand, the interpreter deals with speech generally, omitting
10- discuss the role of machine translation in arabic/english-english arabic translation nowadays
machine translation cannot replace the human translator. It is only used to help the translator guess the meaning of words. They cannot be relied on for credible translation.
11- discuss three lexical problems in arabic/english- arabic translation.
first problem is collocations. For example, a verb in english can have various meaning in arabic. The word "delivery" is a prime example. The second one is about idioms and expressions. "it's raining cats and dogs" for example does not make sense in arabic unless it is translated semantically. Finally, there is no equivalent message in either english or arabic.
12- discuss three grammatical problems in arabic/english translation
number not all languages have a grammatical category of number and those that do do not necessarily view countability in the same terms arabic , for example, unlike english have a dual form in addition to singular and plural form. Look at this arabic example taken from an unpublished document about arbitration procedures in cairo: عندما يُراد تعيين ثلاثة محكمين، يختار كل طرف محكما واحداً، ويختار المحكمان المعينان على هذا النحو المحكم الثالث و هو الذي يتولى رئاسة هيئة التحكيم. When the appointment of three arbitrators is required, each party selects on arbitrator , the two arbitrator thus appointed select the third arbitrator who then heads the arbitration committee gender is a grammatical distinction according to which a noun or pronoun is classified as either masculine or feminine in some language. English does not have gender for second person pronouns like arabic أنتَ وأنتِ and does not have gender for الناقة والبعير the following english example translated into arabic illustrates the kind of problems gender can pose in translation: Shampo the hair with a mild wella-shampoo and lightly towel dry. يٌغسل الشعر بشامبو من "ويللا" على أن يكون من نوع الشمابو الملطف، ثم يُجفف الشعر بواسطة المنشفة، وذلك تجفيفاً بسيطاً ليُترك الشعر رطباً. The translator uses passive voice to avoid using gender because he does not want to restrict the sale of the shampoo to men or women. The category of person relates to the notion of participants roles. In english we have first person (i, we) second person, you) and third person (he/she/it/they) in arabic the person system has both a gender and number dimension as in "هنَّ/أنتم/أنتنَّ" some language unlike english have some formality/politeness dimension in their person system, in french for example: Vous as opposed to tu
13- discuss the ecological features in the following example and attempt to translate it into english. Explain the translation approach or strategy you used. قالت ميسون بنت بحدل الكلبية زوجة معاوية رضي الله عنه:
لبَيْتٌ تخفِقُ الأرواحُ فيه أحبُّ إليَّ من قصرٍ مُنيفِ ولُبْسُ عباءةٍ وتقَرُّ عيْني أحبُّ إليَّ من لِبْسِ الشُّفوفِ
simple life with who i love is better than lives in a castle .. And wearing thick clothes and cover my body much better than wearing visible clothes which shows what under it
14- what are the advantages and disadvantages of the theory of translation course?
a good translation is “that in which the merit of the original work is so completely transfused into another language , by a native of the country to which that language belongs , as it is by those who speak the a good translation is “that in which the merit of the original work is so completely transfused into another language , by a native of the country to which that language belongs , as it is by those who speak the language of the original work .”and there aren't disadvantages theory of to a translation course.

 
قديم 2014- 12- 7   #5
totoh
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الصورة الرمزية totoh
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 157953
تاريخ التسجيل: Sat Sep 2013
المشاركات: 195
الـجنــس : أنـثـى
عدد الـنقـاط : 7842
مؤشر المستوى: 46
totoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enoughtotoh will become famous soon enough
بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: طالب جامعي
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: اللغه الانجليزيه
المستوى: المستوى الثالث
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
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مناقشات ظهور الرواية
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Drama was also the vehicle for the political comments of writers until subjected to censorship after the License Act of 1737.
This act was against drama. No play could be performed without a license.
For that reason, drama had been weakened. As a result of that novels flourished and grew quickly in the 18th century (We will see that later in the reasons behind the rise of the novel)

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Most people were no more interested in the supernatural but in the normal. Technological achievements appeared in this age through scientific methods such as ( observation, experimentation, and hypothesis). There were new scientific discoveries.

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Henry James had a unique perception of the novel: " A novel is a living thing, all one and continuous, like any other organism, and in proportion as it lives it will be found, I think that in each of the parts there is something of the other parts."
 Some critics go further than that, they think that the work of the novelist is creative not descriptive. The novelist should create his novel from his mind and imagination.
 According to Austin Wright, "A novel is a kind of communication. It acts as a bridge between the novelist and audience”.
 Any good novel will keep its readers' interest all over the novel. They feel that they can't stop reading.

E.M. Forster sees novel as a kind of art that" imitates or represents images of life, real or imagined, abstract or concrete, ranging from the most specific and individualized to the most universal and archetypal"(Wright, 1982)
 A novel is a kind of art, good artistic experience. It is written for "artistic sake", to show how it is well made.


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The Novel of Action
This kind of novel is concerned with what characters do all over the novel and how the action goes on. In this type of novel, there is sometimes a loose plot structure.
Example: Defoe's Robinson Crusoe (1719) which has a loose plot structure.

The Historical novel
It is a novel that sets its events and characters in such a well-defined historical context. It includes convincing detailed description of manners, buildings,…etc. It gives a sense of historical authenticity.
Example: Sir Walter Scott was a successful British novelist and " the greatest single influence on fiction in the 19th century." He established the historical novel through his Waverly novels.He wrote historical novels about Middle Ages and about the lowlanders and highlanders of Scotland. His most famous novels are Waverley(1814), Antiquary(1816).
There are also some great novels in the 19th century which have a historical interestsuch as Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities( 1859) and Victor Hugo's Notre Dame De Paris(1831).

Thehistorical novel is neither dead nor dying. It is a story which is set among historical events. Suchhistorical novels recreate the atmosphere of a past period and include actual characters and eventsfrom history.

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Yet we do learn about character in a novel rather as we do in real life: from people's actions, from what they say about themselves, from what others say about them. We may be told just what to think, or be left with some of the ambiguities and perplexities we feel in real life".

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During the 18th century, novelists employed a natural setting in their novels as the houses of common people. But in the previous ages, there was a kind of supernatural settings such as huge castles and palaces.



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Defoe as Writer
He was a productive author of the Augustan Age. He was the first of the great 18th-century English novelists. He was a distinguished writer even before he wrote his novels. For example, when he published his poem The True-Born Englishman in 1701, he estimated that more than 80,000 copies were sold
Defoe turned into a new literary path in 1719. He was around 59 years old when he published Robinson Crusoe. It is considered the first English novel. He also wrote many other novels after that. Defoe is considered the “inventor” of the English novel.
Daniel Defoe was considered the first writer who did not follow the previous "protocol" of storytelling.
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Writers were interested in retelling stories that everyone had already heard. Defoe moved away from this tendency of re-telling stories and began to create characters that were new to the literary tradition. Defoe began writing narratives about characters and their life using new technique which used literary elements similar to real life. Some critics admired the novels of Defoe. Such as Rousseau who said that "fiction was never nearer the truth"

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إختار/ي أحدهم وأشرح عنه .. الدكتور يريد مثال وحد ....

Theme
There are many different themes in this novel. The most important ones are the following:

1. Individualism (there is a desire of human being to fulfill himself)
Crusoe is interested in obtaining his individuality through many aspects:
A. He wants to be more civilized and educated than other people. (Self civilization, development)
B. He wants to be wealthy and expands his propriety. (Economic individualism)
C. He wants to have power and control over his surroundings. (Self independence)
Crusoe makes use of everything around him in the island. He discovers nature and domesticates wild animals such as goats and parrots. He saves food for coming time. He does not wait for help, and leaves working. He starts from the beginning of his existence on the island to think of himself.
Being alone on the island does not make Crusoe like other cannibals. He is aware of his humanity and social status. In the island, he is organized. For example, he has a kind of calendar to feel the time and state his experiences. He wears clothes. He keeps his mind working. He describes things precisely. For example, he tells us the period of time that he spends in cutting a tree to make his boat (canoe). It takes twenty days to cut a tree and fourteen to clear its branches.

2. Colonial theme
There is a general tendency of slavery in this novel. Crusoe is a kind of colonizer who underestimates other people from other places such as Africa, America and even other people from Europe who are not British. Crusoe is a prototype of the Englishman at that time where England obtains great power over other countries. He has ambitions to get control over other people in his island. Crusoe teaches Friday to call him “Master” before teaching him anything. On the contrary, Friday is a symbol of the colonized native who suffers social injustice and imperialism. Crusoe considers Friday as a servant not as a friend.
The English people think that they have better qualities and rank than other people. Crusoe wants to bring “order to disorder”. This is his high purpose of killing some of the cannibals, and at the same time educating one of them; Friday.

3. The theme of Social Contact
Crusoe’s social contact with the Portuguese captain brings him wealth and happiness. At the beginning of his life, the captain takes him to Brazil and Crusoe makes his plantation. He meets him again after twenty eight years to inform him of his fortune in Brazil.

4. Religious disillusionment.
When Crusoe is alone, he becomes closer to God. The nature around him develops his religious belief. Crusoe develops his religious aspects. He is a religious guide in the island who can instruct other characters.
5. Family life (sons and parents)
There is a kind of “original sin”, Crusoe and his parents. His disobedience to his father’s warning. He warned him not to go to the sea. Later, Crusoe is punished and sent to the isolated island as a result of his sin.


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Robinson Crusoe is like Defoe himself,



Crusoe
Robinson Crusoe is the protagonist and the major character of the novel. This character appears at the beginning of the
novel as a young man from the middle class. His rebellion against his father’s advice to be a lawyer gives the reader a
sense that this character is untraditional; he wants to decide his future by himself. He believes in his ability to undergo
new adventure, and ready to be responsible for the consequences what so ever.
It is really brilliant to have a central character like Crusoe who can catch the readers’ attention and interest all over the novel. He is isolated and alone in his island.

Defoe
He was a productive author of the Augustan Age. He was the first of the great 18th-century English novelists. He was a distinguished writer even before he wrote his novels. For example, when he published his poem The True-Born Englishman in 1701, he estimated that more than 80,000 copies were sold.
Defoe turned into a new literary path in 1719. He was around 59 years old when he published Robinson Crusoe. It is considered the first English novel. He also wrote many other novels after that. Defoe is considered the “inventor” of the English novel.
Daniel Defoe was considered the first writer who did not follow the previous "protocol" of storytelling.


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There is a general tendency of slavery in this novel. Crusoe is a kind of colonizer who underestimates other people from other places such as Africa, America and even other people from Europe who are not British. Crusoe is a prototype of the Englishman at that time where England obtains great power over other countries. He has ambitions to get control over other people in his island. Crusoe teaches Friday to call him “Master” before teaching him anything. On the contrary, Friday is a symbol of the colonized native who suffers social injustice and imperialism. Crusoe considers Friday as a servant not as a friend.
The English people think that they have better qualities and rank than other people. Crusoe wants to bring “order to disorder”. This is his high purpose of killing some of the cannibals, and at the same time educating one of them; Friday.
Defoe makes the setting of Robinson Crusoe similar to the general setting of England. Crusoe colonizes the island and
builds his empire of farms and homes which become larger and larger by time. Also, the British Empire expands by time.
Crusoe saves his life and makes him his servant. He gives him the name Friday because he saved him on this day. He is a good servant who follows the instructions of Crusoe
Crusoe has no emotional feelings towards others including his family. He becomes inhuman and devoid of any
emotional reaction. For example, he sells his servant Xury, even after he trusts in him and finds him loyal.
Crusoe decides to make a good man of this slave, but he doesn’t complete his mission and sells him to the Portuguese
caption for the sake of money. Some readers think that this is unrealistic since there is a kind of promise between
Crusoe and his servant. Other readers can see this event as a kind of realistic relationship between a colonist and a
colonized slave because the colonist sees the colonized as a kind of commodity not as human being.

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Robinsonade is a literary genre that takes its name from the 1719 novel Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. The success of this novel spawned so many imitations that its name was used to define a genre, which is sometimes described simply as a "desert island story".
The word "robinsonade" was coined by the German writer Johann Gottfried Schnabel in the Preface of his 1731 work Die Insel Felsenburg (The Island Stronghold).It is often viewed as a subgenre of survivalist fiction.
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There is no psychological insight. Some critics see that it is not enough to tell only a story in its sequence of time.
These critics think that a novel should contain other aspects in addition to the basic elements of characters, setting and plot.
They think that "But if to write a novel is to create a coherent world populated by credible people at least one of whom dominates the main action, and then Defoe's romances or tales of adventure are indeed novels".

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Individualism (there is a desire of human being to fulfill himself)
Crusoe is interested in obtaining his individuality through many aspects:
A. He wants to be more civilized and educated than other people. (Self civilization, development)
B. He wants to be wealthy and expands his propriety. (Economic individualism)
C. He wants to have power and control over his surroundings. (Self independence)
Crusoe makes use of everything around him in the island. He discovers nature and domesticates wild animals such as goats and parrots. He saves food for coming time. He does not wait for help, and leaves working. He starts from the beginning of his existence on the island to think of himself.
Being alone on the island does not make Crusoe like other cannibals. He is aware of his humanity and social status. In the island, he is organized. For example, he has a kind of calendar to feel the time and state his experiences. He wears clothes. He keeps his mind working. He describes things precisely. For example, he tells us the period of time that he spends in cutting a tree to make his boat (canoe). It takes twenty days to cut a tree and fourteen to clear its branches
 
قديم 2014- 12- 8   #6
abolana
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الصورة الرمزية abolana
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 121645
تاريخ التسجيل: Tue Sep 2012
المشاركات: 129
الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
مؤشر المستوى: 44
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بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
abolana غير متواجد حالياً
رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

الله يعطيك العافية
totoh
 
قديم 2014- 12- 8   #7
abolana
أكـاديـمـي نــشـط
 
الصورة الرمزية abolana
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 121645
تاريخ التسجيل: Tue Sep 2012
المشاركات: 129
الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
مؤشر المستوى: 44
abolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enough
بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
abolana غير متواجد حالياً
رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

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قديم 2014- 12- 9   #8
abolana
أكـاديـمـي نــشـط
 
الصورة الرمزية abolana
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 121645
تاريخ التسجيل: Tue Sep 2012
المشاركات: 129
الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
مؤشر المستوى: 44
abolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enough
بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
abolana غير متواجد حالياً
رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

من لديه حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17........
 
قديم 2014- 12- 10   #9
Miss_ Sara
متميزة بملتقى المواضيع العامة
 
الصورة الرمزية Miss_ Sara
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 139360
تاريخ التسجيل: Thu Apr 2013
العمر: 29
المشاركات: 1,823
الـجنــس : أنـثـى
عدد الـنقـاط : 7222
مؤشر المستوى: 65
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بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: KFU
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: English Lang
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
Miss_ Sara غير متواجد حالياً
رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

يعطيـــــــــــك الف عافية توته
 
قديم 2014- 12- 10   #10
abolana
أكـاديـمـي نــشـط
 
الصورة الرمزية abolana
الملف الشخصي:
رقم العضوية : 121645
تاريخ التسجيل: Tue Sep 2012
المشاركات: 129
الـجنــس : ذكــر
عدد الـنقـاط : 1882
مؤشر المستوى: 44
abolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enoughabolana will become famous soon enough
بيانات الطالب:
الكلية: الآداب
الدراسة: انتساب
التخصص: انجليزي
المستوى: المستوى الثامن
 الأوسمة و جوائز  بيانات الاتصال بالعضو  اخر مواضيع العضو
abolana غير متواجد حالياً
رد: حل مناقشات مادة الادب الانجليزي في القرن 17

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