Arabic English Bilingual Visual Dictionary Arabic English The use of pictures is proven to aid understanding and the retention of information. Working on this principle, this highly-illustrated English-Arabic bilingual dictionary presents a large range of useful current vocabulary.
The visual dictionary helps you learn English vocabulary Fast with pictorial aid. The dictionary is divided thematically and covers most aspects of the everyday world in detail, from the restaurant to the gym, the home to the workplace, outer space to the animal kingdom. You will also find additional words and phrases for conversational use and for extending your vocabulary.
In the current study, we found that the left middle temporal gyrus of both early and late bilinguals was activated during semantic processing of the Uygur language. Activation of the right temporal gyrus was different between bilinguals, with the right superior temporal gyrus activated in early bilinguals and the right middle temporal gyrus activated in late bilinguals. There was no meaningful activation of this area during semantic judgment with the Chinese language. By studying brain language function areas using a visual input vocabulary task and a listening vocabulary phonology task, Booth et al.  found that the superior temporal gyrus (BA22, BA42) was activated when processing text phonemes, whereas the left middle temporal gyrus was activated when performing semantic processing. In monolingual English language speakers, activation of the left middle temporal gyrus is linked to phoneme elements . Modern Uygur uses the Arabic alphabet and it read left-to-right in the upper-to-lower direction and follows the rule of sound to shape transformation. When identifying alphabetic writings, pronunciation can be directly spelled out using the alphabetic composition before lexical processing. When performing semantic tasks, the phonetic system is automatically activated in order to activate, extract, and assist semantic judgment. The Uygur language is an alphabetic text and is therefore processed phonetically. In contrast, Chinese is a pictographic expression language, and its stimulation tends to automatically activate semantic processes and retrieve information. Uygur and English language processing specifically activate the left middle temporal gyrus , and this explains why Uygurs in Xinjiang have an increased ability to learn the English language compared to their Chinese counterparts. Interestingly, we also found that the right superior temporal gyrus and the right middle temporal gyrus were activated in a small portion of study subjects. We speculate that these areas may be involved in alphabetic script semantic processing. 59ce067264