Published Researchs

Oaths in Jordanian Arabic: A Sociocultural and Translational AnalysisTheory and Practice of Language StudiesTranslation2024  Visit URL
The Reflection of Connotative Meanings of Insanin the Qur’an: A Translational and Semantic PerspectiveTheory and practice in language studiesLanguage2023  Visit URL
Connotations of Fewness and Muchness in Arabic: A Semantic and Translational PerspectiveInternational Journal of Linguistics, Literature and TranslationTranslation2023  Visit URL
Marriage Invitation Cards in Jordan: A Translational AnalysisInternational Journal of Linguistics, Literature and TranslationTranslation2023  Visit URL
White as a Symbol of Death and Eternity in Darwish’s and Lorca’s Poetry: A Comparative StudyJournal of Language Teaching and ResearchComparative Literature2023  Visit URL
Flouting the Maxim of Relation in the English and Spanish Translations of the Qur’anThe International Journal of Critical Cultural StudiesTranslation2023  Visit URL
Jordanian Arabic euphemizers in English translationBabeltranslation2022  Visit URL
Incoherence as a Problem in Translating Jordanian Folkloric Songs: Zaffa as a Case StudyJordan Journal of Modern Languages and LiteratureTranslation2019  Visit URL
Culture as a Problem in the Translation of Jordanian Proverbs into English, International Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature IJALELTranslation2018  Visit URL
Semantic Functions of Overt and Ellipted Arabic Vocative Particle Y? in Surat YusufEuropean Journal of Social SciencesApplied Linguistics and Translation2017  Visit URL
Social and Cultural Euphemism in Saudi Arabic: a Semantic, a Pragmatic and a SociolinguisticAnalysisAdvances in Language and Literary StudiesSociolinguistics2017  Visit URL
Cultural Problems in the Translation of the Qur’anJournal of Language Translation2015  Visit URL
Nature and Childhood in Wordsworth and Fairouz: A Comparative Study.Mediterranean Journal of Social ScienceTranslation2015  Visit URL
The Reflection of Scientific Facts in the Translation of the Qur’anInternational Journal of Language and LinguisticsLinguistics and Translation2015  Visit URL
Inflectional Deviation of Gender in the Qur’anStudies in Literature and Languageliterature, language, and translation2014  Visit URL
Found in Translation: Glowing Expressions of Class, Wealth, Bourgeois and Aristocracy in Jordanian Shop SignsINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TRANSLATIONtranslation2014  Visit URL
The Socio-Cultural, Historical, and Political Allusions in the Translation of the Saudi National Day Poetry: "Peace, O Gracious King" as a Case StudyStudies in Literature and Languageliterature, language and translation2014  Visit URL
Electoral Slogans in Jordan: A Translational and Politcal AnalysisInternational Journal of Humanities and Social ScienceTranslation2014  Visit URL
Why Named? A Socio-cultural and Translational View of Proper Names in JordanInternational Journal of Humanities and Social ScienceTranslation and Sociolinguistics 2014  Visit URL
The Theme of fakhr (Self-Exaltation) in the translation of Antaras MuallaqaBabelTranslation2013  Visit URL
National Songs in Jordan: A Sociolinguistic and Translational Analysis BabelTranslation2012  Visit URL
Jordanian Folkloric Songs in Translation: Mousa s Song They Have Passed by without a Company as a Case StudyMetaTranslation2011  Visit URL
COLLOCATIONAL DISTINCT USES IN QURANIC ARABICJournal of Language & Literature (20780303);Feb2010, Issue 1, p47Translation2010  Visit URL
Euphemism in Jordanian Political Discourse: A Pragmatic and Translational PerspectiveInternational Journal of Communication (IJC), Language, Linguistics, and Translation2009  Visit URL
Apostrophe: A Rhetorical Device of the Qur’an US-China Foreign Language.Language, Linguistics, and Translation2009  Visit URL
Translating Structural Pause in the Qur’anTranslating and Interpreting StudiesTranslation2009  Visit URL
PHONE RING TONES IN JORDAN: A SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSISInternational Journal of academic ResearchLanguage, Linguistics, and Translation2009  Visit URL
The English Departments in the Arab World Revisited: Language, Literature, or Translation? A Student’s View. Publishers of Education, Reading Improvement and College Student JournaLanguage, Education, Linguistics, and Translation2009  Visit URL
Translating the Invisible in the QuranbabelTranslation2008  Visit URL
Lexicalized Names and Nouns in Jordanian Arabic: A Sociolinguistic and Translational View. Scientific Journals International (SJI)Linguistics and Translation2008  Visit URL
Standard Intertextuality in Colloquial Settings. Language Forum: A Journal of Language and Literaturelanguage, Linguistics, and Translation2008  Visit URL
Lost in Translation: Shop Signs in JordanMETATranslation2008  Visit URL