Kenyatta University Bachelor of Arts (Kiswahili) Introduction To The Theory And Practice Of Translations  Question Paper

Exam Name: Introduction To The Theory And Practice Of Translations 

Course: Bachelor of Arts (Kiswahili)

Institution/Board: Kenyatta University

Exam Year:2009

KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS 2008/2009
INSTITUTE OF OPEN LEARNING

EXAMINATION FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS AND BACHELOR
OF EDUCATION

AKS 203: INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF
TRANSLATIONS
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DATE: TUESDAY 11TH AUGUST 2009 TIME: 11.00 A.M. ? 1.00 P.M.

MAAGIZO

Jibu swali la kwanza na mengine mawili.

1.
Tafsiri makala iliyoambatanishwa kwa kuzingatia mbinu mwafaka za kutafsiri.

2.
Fafanua hatua muhimu katika historia ya taaluma ya tafsiri.

3.
a)
Ni nini maana ya nadharia ya tafsiri?

b)
Kupitia mifano, onyesha utendakazi wake.

4.
Fafanua aina mbalimbali za kutafsiri huku ukionyesha udhaifu wa kila mojawapo.

5.
?Tafsiri ni zoezi linalofanya kwa utaratibu? Fafanua hatua muhimu katika utaratibu
huu.

6.
?Tafsiri ni taaluma inayotatiza? Fafanua.






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Mps Strike a Deal on ?No confidence? vote ? Nation 15/03/05.

Motion to send the President home would require a two thirds majority.

Mps have reached a consensus to back the Keter Bill if it is amended to state that Parliament
will require a 65 per cent majority to pass a vote of no confidence in the President.

The mover of the Bill, Belgut MP Charles Keter, agreed with a resolution spearheaded by
Mwea MP Alfred Nderitu which means that for a no confidence motion to succeed,
Parliament will have the support of 145 MPs out of the 222 Mps in the house. Mps from
various political parties who met at Serena Hotel, Nairobi were Mr. Keter ? KANU, Justine
Muturi, William Ruto ? KANU, Joseph Kamotho, Reuben Ndolo (LDP) Gachara Muchiri,
Alfred Nderitu, David Mwenje (NAK) and Ford People Omingo Magara.

The group met to find a solution to the constitution of Kenya amendment Bill which has
sperked intense debate ahead of Parliament opening ? tomorrow.

Some Mps had said the clause that seeks to remove a President without having to dissolve
Parliament was aimed at impeaching President Kibaki. The current constitution provides that
both the President and the Mps seek a fresh mandate in the event of a no confidence motion,
which requires only a simple majority.

The Bills principle objective is to have Parliament set and regulate its own calendar as
opposed to the present constitution where only the President has the power to summon and
dissolve Parliament.

The MPs said that the consensus reached by the 10 parliamentarians would unite the entire
House to back the Bill which must be published afresh before it is reintroduced in
Parliament.


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