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  • Elsammani, Mohammed Osman (university of Khartoum, 1887)
  • Omer, Omer Ahmed (University of Khartoum, 2013)
    La présente étude porte sur la gestion des plans de l’organisation textuelle dans la production des textes narratifs. L’objectif principal vise à déterminer si les étudiants soudanais de FLE ont tiré profit des plans ...
  • Elhadary, Yasin (University of Khartoum, 2007)
    Currently, urbanization has become a debatable issue among planners and policy makers at local, national and international level. This is due to the fact that more than half of humanity is now living in an urban milieu ...
  • Elfaig, Ahmed H.; Ibrahim, Hamid H; Egemi, Omer; Jaafar, Mukhtar; Abdelkreim, Mohammed (UOFK, 2016-01-27)
    This article investigates and analyzes land use/land cover change in Ghubaysh area-Western Sudan during the period 1973-2010. The main objective of the article is to detect and identify land cover changes that have occurred ...
  • Abumanga,Alamin; MILLER, Catherine (university of khartoum, 2014-11-12)
    Language change and National Integration
  • Mugaddam,Abdelrahim Hamid (University of Khartoum, 2015)
    This chapter focuses on the aspects of language policy in the Sudan and the way it affects the educational attainment of school children coming from language minorities in Darfur as well as how the current conflict resulted ...
  • Mugaddam,Abdelrahim Hamid (uofk, 2015)
    Sudan is home to approximately 120 different languages. The areas of greatest linguistic diversity are: the South, the Nuba Mountains and the Blue Nile. The Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) recognized the right of the ...
  • Abumanga, Alamin (university of khartoum, 2015-11-30)
    The Sudan is characterized by linguistic density and diversity, having well over 100 indigenous languages belonging to three out of the four language families of Africa (Greenberg 1966). This is in addition to a significant ...
  • Mugaddam,Abdelrahim Hamid (University of Khartoum, 2015)
    The approximately 29 million inhabitants of Africa’s largest country, Sudan, speak at least 135 distinct languages belonging to three different language families, Afroasiatic, Niger–Congo, and Nilo–Saharan (compares ...
  • Mugaddam, Abdelrahim Hamid (uofk, 2015)
    This paper examines the status and use of language in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. It is based on responses to 1496 questionnaires administered to people belonging to 37 different ethnic groups. Subjects were asked about ...
  • Mugaddam, Abdelrahim Hamid (University of Khartoum, 2015)
    This paper investigates the process of language maintenance and language shift among ethnic minority groups living in Dilling city, the Nuba Mountains, and Khartoum, the capital city of Sudan. A 22-item questionnaire ...
  • Babiker,Mohamed Abdelsalam (University of Khartoum, 2010)
    This paper examines the various legal aspects of mi gration in Sudan and focuses on the regulatory framework in the last decade. It looks at legisl ations and regulations, wh ich are organized around key elements of ...
  • Omer, Omer Ahmed (University of Khartoum, 2012)
    Le présent article n’a d’autre but que de recenser certaines difficultés qu’éprouvent des apprenants soudanais de FLE de niveau universitaire quant à la production des textes écrits de différents types dans le but de ...
  • Al-Khouri, Ritab; Abdullah, Abdelgadir M.A.; Benjelloun, Hicham; Shams, Khalid (University of Khartoum, 2008)
    This report addresses two questions: 1. Should there be more brokers and what would be the optimal licensing policy? 2. Are the current commissions paid by investors appropriate? If not, what would be an appropriate ...
  • Eldood,Hamid; Abbas,Eiman; Albooni, Gamar (University of Khartoum, 2014-06)
    I do have an unshakeable belief that anyone who intends to learn the language has to cross the causeway leading to literature. In other words, literature is considered as a promising tool for language learning. Why? Because ...
  • Elhadary, Yasin Abdalla Eltayeb; Ibn Saoud, Imam Mohmed (University of Khartoum, 2014)
    Gated communities, formerly unknown in middle income and developing countries, are now a defining feature of their urbanity. The North American scholarship which is the most developed on gated housing communities posits ...
  • احمد, زكريا علي; عثمان, زكي عبد الكريم (المركز القومي للمناهج والبحث التربوي, 2009)
  • احمد, زكريا علي; عثمان, زكي عبد الكريم (المركز القومي للمناهج والبحث التربوي, 2009)
  • Alfadl, Lubaba (University of Khartoum, 2011)
    According to the philosophy & objectives of the local rule it is considered as a developmental project, targeting development Participation & services to the local people. Such objectives are practically unattainable without ...
  • Elsammani,Mohammed Osman (university of Khartoum, 1971)

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