Arabic Language Bank is a research guide and linguistic reference for academic writing. It aims to provide all those in charge of Arabic research, students, researchers, and authors with ready-made models for Arabic academic writings (sentences, phrases, and language structures) that help them express research ideas and thoughts, and enable them to impart scientific sobriety to their writings and intellectual contributions.
Arabic Language Bank identifies the academic writings used in Arabic research, mainly journal articles and conference papers; It introduces it to students, researchers, and authors. It helps them search for scholarly writing that matches the ideas they want to express.
These ready-made academic writings (sentences, phrases, and language structures) were distributed according to the same philosophical approach that constitutes any solid research, starting from abstract, methodological introduction, literature review, etc., and ending with the conclusion and recommendations. These ready-made academic writings were then categorized according to the semantic, linguistic functions in which they were used as well as always links it to all that is going on in the mind of the student and researchers’ ideas s/he wants to express.
Arabic Language Bank is a conclusion of what has been used before by other researchers and authors in Humanities and Social Sciences. To this regard, it helps all students; either students and young researchers who lack sufficient research experience to enable them to express their ideas properly, researchers who are still in the stage of building and developing their scholarly vocabulary, or sophisticated researchers who want to enrich their language repertoire and gain more diversity.
Arabic Language Bank does not only suffice with this, but also indicates the weight of these phrases, sentences, and language structures by expressing them with a green indicator. Whenever these outputs get a darker color, this indicates that they contain words that are frequently used by Arab researchers.
Above all, the Arabic Language Bank remains a permanent resource that documents scholarly writing over the past few decades.
Dr. Ayman Eddakrouri
Director of Main Library & Cultural Museum, Effat University, KSA
Assistant Professor of Teaching Arabic for non-Native Speakers, Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt
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