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An Analysis of and Reflection on the Contribution of Ancient Muslim-Arab Grammarians to Phonology: with Particular Reference to the Distinctive Feature Mohammad SarairehThe Islamic Quarterlyvol. 37, No. 4, pp. 252-2651993
WH-Questions in Rural Jordanian Arabic: A GB PerspectiveMohammad Saraireh and Mahmoud WardatAdaabNo. 17, Dec., pp. 25-51Al-Khartoum University, Al-Khartoum, Sudan1996
Inconsistency in Technical Terminology: A Problem for Standardization in ArabicMohammad SarairehBabelVol. 47. No. 1. pp. 10-21FIT1998
The Phonetic Realizations of the Quiescent /n/ in ArabicMohammad SarairehAbhath Al-YarmoukVol. 23, N 2, pp 407-426Yarmouk University2005
English Teachers’ Reactions Towards Coordinated v.s. Non-coordinated English Language ExamsMahmoud Wardat and Mohammad SarairehMutah Journal for Research and StudiesVo. 10, No. 4. pp. 65-75Mutah University, Joran1995
اللغة العربية والترجمة الآليةMohammad Sarairehالموسم الثقافي لمجمع اللغة العربية الأردني19 ، العدد 19 ، الصفحات 101-138Jordanian Language Acedemy2001
إعداد اللغة العربية للترجمة الآلية: المكون الدلاليMoammad Sarairehالمجلة العربية للآدابالمجلد الثاني، العدد الثاني ، الصفحات 31-52اتحاد الجامعات2005
Contribution of Early Arab Grammarians to Sound StudyMohammad SarairehKiraatIssue 2Mascara University, Algeria2011
Common Practice Errors Related to Lexical Items in English-into-Arabic TranslationMohammad SarairehEuropean Journal for Social SciencesVo. 39, 3, March2013
Common Practice Errors Related to Syntactic Structures in English-into-Arabic TranslationMohammad Atawi SarairehArab World English Journal5, 2, 187-205Arab Society of English Lanuage Studies2014
Comparative Textology: Intentional SubstitutionStrategies in TranslationRajaei Khanjie and Mohammad Atawi SarairehHawliyat Journal15, 2, 69-84Balamond University2014