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D'Allan - Freelance Singing & Songwriting
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Hello, My name is "D'Allan", and I am a singer looking for opportunities to sing at your next event. I sing 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's music, Classic Soul and R&B! I have over 25 years as a singer,and 18 years as a bodyguard for several celebrities and Artist. I have performed at the Red Rose, The Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, The Ramada, the Hurricane Roof Top in St. Petersburg,...
Lakeland, Florida, United States

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Ann Chase - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Anthony Mauro - Freelance Writing & Proofreading
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Aicha Elyamani - Freelance Arabic Translation & Research
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Aicha Elyamani Ph.D. OBJECTIVE To work as a an instructor of Arabic language and Arabic culture, or Arabic - English translation EDUCATION 2005 Ph.D. in Arabic Linguistics. Group of Search and Formation: Comparative Research on Linguistics. University Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco. 1998 M.A. in Arabic Linguistics (Morpho-syntactic Analysis). University Mohammed V. Rabat, Morocco. 1996 A.B. in Linguistics, Department of Arabic and Literature, University Ibn Tofail, Kenitra, Morocco. EMPLOYMENT 2010-2011 Instructor of Arabic language at the Central State University.Ohio Research in Arabic linguistic: the history of Semitic languages, Arabic a case study” and Arabic pedagogy. 2008-2009 Lecturer of Arabic language at the Ohio State University. 2005-2007 Instructor of Arabic and French for speakers of other languages. University Mohammed V Soussi, Faculty of Sciences Education, Rabat, Morocco. 2003- 2007 Professor of Arabic Linguistics and Coordinator of Arabic communication. 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Arabic Communication Arabic Linguistics Arabic language as a second language 1 Courses taught at Ohio State University: 205 Intermediate Arabic Conversation and Composition 603 Advanced Arabic Conversation and Composition 610 Introduction to Arabic Linguistics 611 History of the Arabic Language 615 Translation: Theory and Practice 710 Studies in Arabic Linguistics Courses taught at Central State University: 101 Introduction to Arabic language LANGUAGES Modern Standard Arabic French: (Near native in all skills) English: (Advanced speaking, reading and writing) Dialects: Moroccan dialect: Native - Algerian, and Egyptian (Near- native in all skills) PUBLICATIONS Dissertation · El Yamani, Aicha. 2009. “ Issues and problems in quantification phenomena: Universal Quantifier a case study” to appear in Mohamed ben Rashid Foundation, Ouktoub program, Dubai Articles ·El Yamani, Aicha 2009. Issues in Quantification:A Comparative Study of the Universal Quantifier In MS Arabic, Arabic Dialects and English'. To appear in the World Association of Arab Translators and Linguists. ·Elyamani, Aicha. 2007. “The Crisis of Arabic Languages” in Linguistic Research. IERA, Rabat. ·Elyamani, Aicha. 2006. “Quantifier and Classifier Across the Nominal Classes” in the World Association of Arab Translators and Linguists. ·Elyamani, Aicha. 2006. “Interpretative analysis of the ambiguity of the Quantifier: Kol (All)” in montda alissaniyat 2 ·Elyamani, Aicha. 2003. “The relationship between quantifiers and bare nouns”, in Wakai3 Linguistics, Publication of IERA, Rabat. MANUSCRIPTS AND WORKS IN PROGRESS Articles Research on Arabic pedagogy · 2010. In the process of writing Textbook: " Al'arabiyya for the non-native Arabic speakers" · 2010. "Arabic short stories: Arabs north Africa culture" Research on Arabic linguistic · In the process of writing: “ Research about Semitic languages, Arabic a case study” · “On the Nominal Classes in Arabic and Distribution of Numeral Classifiers in Moroccan Arabic and Tamazight” - TRANSLATIONS FROM ENGLISH TO ARABIC Articles · Abdelkader Fassi Fehri, “Arabic Anti-Symmetric adjectives and possessives structures”. Linguistic Research. 2. 2, 1 – 51, IERA, Rabat. · Abdelkader Fassi Fehri,“Causativity, Transitivity, and Iterativity as Pluralitis”. Linguistic Research. Vol. 6 No 1, June 2001. IERA, Rabat. · Abdelkader Fassi Fehri, “Arabic Perfect and Temporal Adverbs”. Linguistic Research. Vol. 7 No 2, December 2002. IERA, Rabat. · Chierchia, G.: 1998a, “References to Kind Across Languages”, Natural language Semantics, 6,339-405. Books · Chomsky, N:. 1995, “The Minimalist Program”, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Chapters 1–3. 3 TRAINING EXPERIENCE · 2007 The National Linguistic Meeting on: “Language and Communication”, The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. · 2007 CITALa, 2 st International meeting on: “the processing of Arabic Language”, The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization and Faculty of Science Education. Rabat, Morocco. · 2007 LSM National meeting on: “Noun phrases in the Arabic language”, Presented by Abdelkader Fassi Fehri, The Linguistic Society of Morocco and the University Mohamed V in Rabat Morocco. · 2006 JETALA, 1st International meeting on: “Computational Linguistics in Arabic”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization and Faculty of Science Education. Rabat, Morocco. · 2006 The National Linguistic Meeting on: “The Modern Dictionary”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco · 2005 The National Linguistic Meeting on: “The Modern Arabic Dictionary and its problems”, The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization and The Faculty of Science Education. Rabat, Morocco. · 2005 The National Linguistic Meeting on: “The language of teaching in contact and communication”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · 2004 The National Linguistic Meeting on: “The Arabic language and scientific research”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization and the University Mohamed V in Rabat Morocco. · 2003 The Linguistic Workshop on: “The Language of Law”. The Institute for the Study and Research on 4 Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · 2001 The Linguistic Workshop on: “The Question about Language”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · 2001 The 4th LSM meeting on: “The Features of Verbs”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization in collaboration with the Linguistic Society of Morocco and faculty of literature and science. Kenitra, Morocco. · 2000 The 3rd LSM meeting on: “Adverbs and Adjectives”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization in collaboration with the Linguistic Society of Morocco. Rabat, Morocco. · 2000 The National Linguistics Meeting on: “Teaching Arabic and multi-languages”. The Institute for the Study and Research On. Rabat, Morocco. · 1999 The 2nd LSM meeting on: “The structure of tenses and their forms”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization in collaboration with the Linguistic Society of Morocco. Rabat, Morocco. · 998 The National Linguistics Meeting on: “The translation and Arabization”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · 1998 Two Linguistic Days on: “The noun phrases in Arabic”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization in collaboration with the Linguistic Society of Morocco. Rabat, Morocco. · 1998 Two Linguistic Days on: “Arabic in Economic and Administration”. The Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS · Elyamani, Aicha. Toufik Yazidi. 2007” Morphological Analysis of Arabic nouns”, workshop at Institute for the 5 Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · Elyamani, Aicha. 2007.”Crisis of the Arabic language in Morocco”, The 9th LSM National Meeting On: “Twenty Years of Comparative Linguistic Research”. Organized by the Linguistic Society of Morocco in collaboration with the University of Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco. · Elyamani, Aicha. 2006. “Lectures on Al-Kamouss Al- Muhit: Description Analysis”, The national linguistic meeting on: “The modern Arabic dictionary and its problems”. Organized by the Linguistic Society of Morocco and the Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · Elyamani, Aicha. 2005. “The technical study of Vocational Communication”, The 8th LSM National Meeting. Organized by University Hassan II and the Linguistic Society of Morocco, Casablanca, Morocco. · Elyamani, Aicha. 2004. “Quantifier and classifier across the nominal classes”, The 7th LSM National Meeting On: “Classifiers and Phases across Languages and Categories”. Organized by the Linguistic Society of Morocco and the Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · Elyamani, Aicha. 2003. “The relationship between quantifiers and bare nouns”, The 6th LSM National Meeting On: “Bare structures and functional projections”. Organized by the Linguistic Society of Morocco and the Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. · Elyamani, Aicha. 2002. “Interpretative analysis of the ambiguity of the quantifier: Kol (All)”. The 5th LSM National Meeting On: “Quantificational syntax and scope semantics”. Organized by the Linguistic Society of Morocco and the Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. 6 MEMBERSHIPS · Member, "The Linguist list", Eastern Michigan University · Member, "Linguistic Society of Morocco, Rabat, Morocco" · Member, "The World Association of Arab Translators and Linguists" Wata online · Member, "Group of Research in computational linguistics" at the Institute for the Study and Research on Arabization. Rabat, Morocco. 7
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Virginia Franco - Freelance Content Writing & Article Writing
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5.0
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3.5
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$65
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