Detect Arabic spelling mistakes in RAK signboards, get cash
Share the error at the WhatsApp quantity 0504321966.
Want to make some cash? Simply take your digicam or smartphone and dig for any mistake in the phrases used in any industrial signal at the roads of the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah.
Send the similar to the WhatsApp account of the RAK division of monetary building on cell No. (0504321966), instructed Ahmed Ali Al Balooshi, director of the dept.
“So far, 44 people have fervently participated in the initiative, which is meant to protect the Arabic language and curb all spelling mistakes in the commercial signboards in the emirate.”
The pioneering transfer coincides with the World Arabic Language Day, he added. “The initiative, run for the second time in a row, is held under the theme Lingual Lens.”
Al Balooshi stated the phase involved shall refer the lingual mistake noticed to the linguistics professional involved.
“If the same proves to be true, the department shall contact the one who detected the mistake and reward him with a cash prize in recognition for his effort and cooperation.”
The door is open for utility in the pressure till the tip of this week, he said. “We are all proud of the Arabic language; our mother tongue which is associated with our national identity and Arabic civilization.”
Each and each one will have to take part in this crucial project which can’t be the activity of handiest the officers involved, Al Balooshi underlined. “Arabic language should be used correctly and free from any mistake.”
Adnan Ukasha, a Jordanian resident, stated he is a large fan of Arabic language. “I had a degree in the same, and feel offended when I come across any spelling mistakes in a road or outlet board.”
The identical applies to the deceptive and flawed Arabic translation of the main points in those forums, in step with Omar Ahmed, and Egyptian resident. “I have come across so many fun translations in which the name of a man known as Matar was translated as Rain.”
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