Why should one take part in a seminar on The History of English? 1) In general, to find out about where English came from, how it developed and how it came to have its present form. This also includes learning about the relationship of English to its Germanic neighbours and to other European languages. 2) Specifically, to learn more about the different linguistic levels of the English language in their historical dimensions. This includes the following areas. a) How was the spelling of English devised, what principles governed it originally? This helps in trying to grasp the inconsistencies which have arisen in the five centuries since the orthography was developed and so helps one to remember spellings easier. b) How did the current pronunciation norm (Received Pronunciation) develop in England and how does it relate to vernacular forms of English, such as Cockney (the city dialect of London)?
TARIHIN JIHADIN SHEHU USMAN DANFODIO A KASAR HAUSA NA ƊAUKE DA LABARU NA ASALI DANGANE DA ASALIN SOMA YAKE-YAKEN DA KUMA YADDA YAKUNAN SUKA WAKANA A SASSAN KASAR HAUSA MISALIN KANO, KATSINA, DAURA DA SAURANSU
Dalam sebuah hadist Nabi Muhammad SAW meriwayatkan, bahwa ada seorang pemuda shaleh yang sangat taat dalam beribadah beliau selalu berdo’a setelah salat dengan ucapan "Ya Allah Wahai Tuhan Semesta Alam ampunilah segala dosaku dan rahmatilah malaikat penjaga matahari”. Do’a ini selalu diucapkan dimanapun ia berada, sehingga membuat malaikat penjaga matahari minta izin kepada Allah SWT untuk menjumpainya. In a hadith the Prophet Muhammad SAW reported, that there was a pious young man who was very devout in worship he always prayed after prayers with the words "O Allah, O Lord of the Universe, forgive all my sins and grace be the guardian angel of the sun." This prayer is always said wherever he is, so that makes the sun guard angels ask permission of Allah SWT to meet him.
Terjemahan Dan Makna Surat 19 Maryam (Siti Maryam) Virgin Mary Edisi Bilingual Dalam Bahasa Indonesia & Bahasa Inggris Versi Lite. Surah Maryam (bahasa Arab: مريم, Maryam, "Maryam") adalah surah ke-19 dalam al-Qur'an. Surah ini terdiri atas 98 ayat dan termasuk golongan surah-surah Makkiyah karena hampir seluruh ayatnya diturunkan sebelum Nabi Muhammad SAW hijrah ke Madinah, bahkan sebelum sahabat-sahabat dia hijrah ke negeri Habsyi. Menurut riwayat Ibnu Mas'ud, Ja'far bin Abi Thalib membacakan permulaan surah Maryam ini kepada raja Najasyi dan pengikut-pengikutnya di waktu ia ikut hijrah bersama-sama sahabat-sahabat yang lain ke negeri Habsyi. Surah ini dinamai Maryam, karena surat ini mengandung kisah Maryam (atau Maria dalam agama Kristen), ibu dari Nabi Isa AS. Surah ini menceritakan kelahiran yang ajaib, di mana Ia melahirkan Isa AS sedang ia sebelumnya belum pernah digauli oleh seorang laki-laki. Kelahiran Isa AS tanpa ayah, merupakan suatu bukti kekuasaan Allah SWT. Pengutaraan kisah Maryam sebagai kejadian yang luar biasa dan ajaib dalam surah ini, diawali dengan kisah kejadian ajaib lainnya, yaitu dikabulkannya doa nabi Zakaria AS oleh Allah SWT, di mana ia ingin dianugerahi seorang putra sebagai pewaris dan penerus cita-cita dan kepercayaannya. Maryam (Arabic: مريم, "Mary") is the 19th chapter (sūrah) of the Qur'an and is a "Meccan sūrah" with 98 verses (āyāt). It is named after Mary, the mother of Jesus (Isa), who appears in verses 16–34. Regarding the timing and contextual background of the supposed revelation (asbāb al-nuzūl), it is an earlier "Meccan Surah", which means it is believed to have been revealed in Mecca, instead of later in Medina. Theodor Nöldeke's chronology identifies this Surah as the 58th Surah delivered, while the traditional Egyptian chronology places it as the 44th. The sura opens with the Bismillah and five Arabic letters: Kaf Ha Ya 'Ayn Sad. The remaining 97 ayat can be divided into three primary sections. The first section, verses 2–40, consists of the narrative of the prophet Zachariah and the birth of his son John, the story of Mary and the birth of her son Jesus, and a commentary on Jesus' true identity which rejects the Christian claim that he is God's son. The second section, verses 41–65, tells of Abraham's departure from his family's idolatrous ways and then refers to many other prophets. The text discusses the various responses of those who heard their prophecy and the fates those hearers met; throughout these descriptions, the oneness of God is emphasized. The third section, verses 66–98, confirms the reality of resurrection and offers depictions of the Day of Judgment alongside depictions of this life.
TARIHIN SARAKUNAN DA SUKA MULKI KANO TUN BAYAN JIHADIN FULANI DA SHEHU USMAN DAN FODIO YA JADDADA A ƘASAR HAUSA. LITTAFIN YA ZAYYANO YADDA SARAKUNAN SUKAYI MULKI, DA YAKE-YAKEN DA SUKA GWABZA A ZAMANIN MULKIN MASU.
TARIHIN YADDA TURAWA SUKA BINCIKO YAMMACIN AFIRKA DA YADDA SUKA SHIGO AREWACIN NIGERIA HAR SUKA KWACE IKON KASASHEN HAUSA MISALIN KANO, ZARIYA DA SOKOTO ABU NE MAI DAƊIN KARATU DA ƘARIN ILIMI. ABINDA KUMA WANNAN DAN LITTAFIN YA KUNSA KENAN.
KASAR NUFE TANA DA DUMBIN TARIHI, KUMA CIKE TAKE DA LABARU MASU BAN MAMAKI DA KARIN ILIMI. DON HAKA LITTAFIN YA HAKAITO WASU ABUBUWA NE DA SUKA FARU NA TARIHI TUN DAGA KAFUWAR TA HAR ZUWAN FULANI HADE DA TARIHIN MANYAN MASANA KUMA MAYAKAN TA WATAU MALLAM ABDURRAHMAN DA MALLAM DANDO
Nigeria produced 41% of the total groundnut production in West Africa. The groundnut pyramids used to be conspicuous in Kano city of Kano State (northern Nigeria) and proudly pointed out to visitors. The huge piles of sacks that tapered to a point higher than most of the buildings, were a symbol of northern Nigeria’s abundance in an important cash crop. Kano was once a staging post in a thriving trade to the market of Europe. Due to the high returns generated, as back as 1912, farmers were encouraged to plant groundnuts and sell to agents buying them at various locations for exportation to Europe.
INTRODUCTIONS WHAT DOES A CINEMATOGRAPHER DO? Cinematography consists of stirring up emotions of happiness, sadness, laughter, and fear. Exceptional camerawork and lighting are put together by a cinematographer to enhance emotions and form the essence of cinematography. A cinematographer has a crucial role in the production of a movie or video. With the help of the art department, cinematographers craft images from scratch and use specific tools in order to make sure the images are meaningful and drive a story home. They have an artistic perspective and a unique vision for what they are creating. This, combined with their extensive knowledge of cameras, composition, and lighting, brings their vision to fruition. Even as early as pre-production, cinematographers have to make important decisions about the look and feel of a movie: is it going to be shot in digital or film? is it going to be in colour or black and white? will the colours be vivid or faded and dull? is the camera going to be tied to a character? is the film going to have a realistic tone, or a expressionistic one? The film director oversees and approves all aspects of a production. However, the film director works very closely with the cinematographer throughout the whole process. A cinematographer's job is to express the story of the screenwriter and the vision of the film director onto film. A sharp artistic eye and a command of camerawork is imperative in order to be successful in this career. On larger films, the cinematographer is strictly responsible for shot composition and planning, while the director of photography looks after the lighting crews and also chooses the camera, lenses, booms and other equipment necessary to get the shot. On smaller films, the cinematographer also takes on the role of director of photography and takes care of everything. WHAT IS THE WORKPLACE OF A CINEMATOGRAPHER LIKE? A cinematographer typically starts their cinematography career as an assistant to a more experienced cinematographer or director of photography. However, some individuals may be able to work as the primary cinematographer for low budget motion picture productions. As more experience is gained, directors and producers may start considering them for higher budget productions. Cinematographers never work alone. Instead, they collaborate with other motion picture professionals during the filming of a movie, such as the film director, lighting technicians and set designers. They may work with other cinematographers as well, especially in larger productions, such as major motion pictures. Smaller productions, on the other hand, may need only one cinematographer. Cinematographers are not only needed to shoot motion pictures. Some work for television shows, documentaries, and advertisements as well. Cinematographers are also known as: Director of Photography