Jones As a linguist who is fluent in several languages I was interested to learn of the Arabic Translator position available with the State Judiciary. I have previously worked in the same role for the federal government.
Arabic[ edit ] For formal correspondence, it is common to use: Sa'adat Assayid if the reader is male, and Sa'adat As'Sayyidah if female.
It's commonly followed by a full name. Al akh if male, and Al okht if female, followed by a first name. For more informal correspondence, Azizi if the reader is male, and Azizati if female. To address a group of people, A'ezza'e for informal correspondence, and in formal correspondence "Sadati" is commonly used and followed by Al A'ezza'a or "Almuhtarameen".
To add more formality, it's common to begin the salutation with Ela tofollowed by the salutation and a full name. Common salutation for both formal and informal correspondence: This Concluding Doa comes right after the full name of the correspondent. However, it is not common in Bengali to use both a title of address and a person's given name: If the name of the intended recipient is unknown, acceptable salutations are: In Catalan, there are many types of salutations: Dutch[ edit ] Dutch has two standard forms of salutation: A person's title and surname always follows the salutation, regardless of formality.
The formal salutation, "Geachte", is most commonly used in present formal communication, while the informal salutation "Beste" appears in informal communication.
However, there is a tendency, especially among the younger generations, to also use this salutation in formal situations. The standard formal Dutch salutation is followed by a title, a name and a comma: The standard informal Dutch salutation is followed by a name and a comma: If the informal Dutch salutation is used in a formal context, the salutation is followed by a title, a name and a comma: In the Netherlands the first prefix of the name is always capitalized In Belgian names are the slightly different: In the vast majority of names, the first prefix is always capitalized.
In Dutch if the first name or initial is included, the prefix is never capitalized. Van den Berg Mr. From the Mountain is named Jan John so his name is written with first name as Jan van den Berg and with initials as J. This convention is also used when writing in Dutch to people of foreign nationality.
The exception to this rule is when writing to a Flemish person. In that case the rule for Belgian names is used, and the surname prefixes are capitalized as registered.
English[ edit ] The salutation "Dear" in combination with a name or a title is by far the most commonly used salutation in both British and US English, in both formal and informal correspondence[ citation needed ].
It is commonly followed either by an honorific and a surname, such as "Dear Mr. Smith", or by a given name, such as "Dear Mark". John Smith" would not be common form. A comma follows the salutation and name,  while a colon is used in place of a comma only in US business correspondence[ citation needed ].The script is written from right to left.
When it is used to write the Arabic language, the script has 28 different characters. Usually only consonants are written in an abjad. Vowels are omitted most of the time.
The Arabic script is a cursive script. This means that letters of a word are joined together, both in handwriting and in print. Each letter can have up to four different forms. How to Apologize to a Friend How to Write an Apology Letter Writing an Apology Letter: What You Need to Know Letter-Writing Resources Action Verbs for Resumes Business Letter Format Tips Letter .
A friendly or personal letter has 5 main parts. HEADING: Includes the address and the date. In some cases, it is OK to just write the date.
If you’re familiar with the Arabic letters then try to first read the first part and see how well you will do, if not then help yourself with the transliteration, and finally if you didn’t know the meaning of some parts, then check out the translation.
Arabic letters in detail .
Now, we will look at each of the letter classes in detail. Every row in this table represents a separate letter. There are 8 constant letters, 6 isolated ones, 5 curve-pointy ones, 5 hook ones, and 4 other ones. The W3C has a good introduction.. In short: HTML is a text markup language.
Text means any characters, not just ones in ASCII. Save your text using a character encoding that includes the characters you want (UTF-8 is a good bet).