The qualitative approach has a range of trends including phenomenology

The qualitative approach has a range of trends

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need to study in the laboratory. The qualitative approach has a range of trends, including phenomenology, ethnography, and field research, as well as radical theory. One of the advantages of the qualitative approach is its great flexibility, the possibility of completing the study, making adjustments and developments in the future. It also provides the researcher with important information, given the great freedom he gives to the study sample. The sample of the research are the English book and its Arabic translation. In addition, mixed methods contain both quantitative and qualitative research. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative method. The main aim of this study is to list translation issues and challenges of the Arabic translation of Think and grow rich book . Moreover, additions, omissions and linguistics issues related to translation have already been discussed in the literature review. This paper explains and clarifies some problems and their 27
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potential solutions in detail for the audience with examples taken from English and its Arabic translation. The paper's sample is Think and grow rich book and its Arabic translation. The research looked at the English version and its Arabic translation, read it carefully and then tried to look at the translation issues that exist in its Arabic translation. Therefore, classified those errors and how to be avoided in future translations. 27
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Chapter three: Discussion 3.1 Introduction: The aim of this study to highlight translation issues of the book ‘ Think and grow rich ’ and discussing the issues of translation in detail which are omission, addition, and mistranslation. The linguistics issues are mistranslation and cultural issues. What challenges that the research faced while investigating the issues of translation of the English book with its Arabic translation. These issues will be discussed with some possible solutions. 3.2 Linguistic Problems in Translation 3.2.1Translation by cultural substitution: This strategy involves replacing a culture-specific term or expression with a target language item which does not have the same propositional meaning but is likely to have a similar impact on the target reader. The translators must be prudent in the use of cultural substitutes. A cultural substitute should have similar function to the original item, and be compatible with the culture of the original text. The aim of this strategy is to identify something familiar and appealing to the reader. According to Mohammad Thawabteh (2013, p.33), “Most translation difficulties are more germane to cultural disparities between language pairs than to linguistic discrepancies… as for languages with little cultural affinity, e.g., Arabic and English, the difficulties and problems increase considerably.” Example No. ST TT 1 “Whelan dreamed for a chain cigar stores, transformed his dreamed into action, and how the United Cigar Stores occupy some of the best corners in America.” " " ،دوسلا ديبعلل ةيرحلاب نلوكنيل ملحو هتفاو ناك نإو ،ةقيقح ىلإ هملح لوحو
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