I would like to share with you the launch of the "Arab Language Bank <http://www.arabicbank.info/>" which is a comprehensive guide and research reference for Arabic academic writing aimed at serving Arab research as well as students and researchers from all backgrounds by providing ready-made models for Arabic academic writings (sentences, phrases, and language structures) that help them to complete their research and literature.
To this regard, the "Arab Language Bank <http://www.arabicbank.info/>" relies on counting the Arabic academic writings that are frequently mentioned by other researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences.
The "Arab Language Bank <http://www.arabicbank.info/>" presented these samples of academic writings classified according to their semantic functions within each of the methodological sections that make up any sober research.
Thus, the "Arab Language Bank <http://www.arabicbank.info/>" saves students and researchers the trouble of thinking long about the ideas they want to express properly, in addition to being a permanent resource that documents the Arabic academic writing practiced during recent decades.
You can always use the "Arabic Language Bank" through the following link: www.arabicbank.info
Dr. Ayman Eddakrouri
Director of Effat Library and Cultural Museum, Effat University, Saudi Arabia
Assistant Professor of Teaching Arabic to non-Native Speakers
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