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Dear teachers,

Meta is the name of a translation journal.

I have two questions about the redly underlined parts of the below picture:

1) What is/are the author's name and surname? (My guess: name: Jamal. Surname: Al-Qinai?)

2) What is/are the volume and issue respectively? (The smaller picture is from the left-lower corner of the first page of this article. If you want to see the article, you can download it at the publisher's website and here is the direct link: http://www.erudit.org/revue/meta/2000/v45/n3/001878ar.pdf )

Any comments are welcome! Many thanks in advance!

(One more question: Do you think I need is or are in my questions?)
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MapleDear teachers,

Meta is the name of a translation journal.

I have two questions about the redly underlined parts of the below picture:

1) What is/are the author's name and surname? (My guess: name: Jamal. Surname: Al-Qinai?)[Y]

2) What is/are the volume and issue respectively? Volume XLV [volume 45], part three (The smaller picture is from the left-lower corner of the first page of this article. If you want to see the article, you can download it at the publisher's website and here is the direct link: http://www.erudit.org/revue/meta/2000/v45/n3/001878ar.pdf )
Roman numeral system: http://www.novaroma.org/via_romana/numbers.html

Generally, the volume number is given first, part/issue number second.


Any comments are welcome! Many thanks in advance! What is the author's name/What are the volume and issue numbers respectively.

(One more question: Do you think I need is or are in my questions?)
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Hi,

1) What is/are the author's name and surname? (My guess: name: Jamal. Surname: Al-Qinai?)

Particularly since you have used the term surname, it's clearer to say that his first name or given name is Jamal.

The term 'name' is flexible. When you meet Tom Smith, he might say either 'Hello, my name is Tom' or 'Hello, my name is Tom Smith'.

Happy New Year, Clive
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