The author was born in Al-Amarah, Iraq, in 1950. He obtained a B.A. degree in English from Basrah University in Iraq in 1971 and an M.A. degree in Linguistics from Cairo University in 1981. Gatie taught at Ghana University, Department of Modern Languages, Arabic section, from 1983 to 1996 and was promoted Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana in 1992. He applied for the grade of Associate Professor from the University of Ghana in 1995 and taught at Libyan, Jordanian, and Iraqi universities.
Some of the author's other publications in English and Arabic include:
·The Metres of Arabic Poetry and the Search for a Universal Metrical System: A first attempt of its kind correcting the traditional Arabist approach and opening prospects for a universal metrical theory in the light of the theory of Arabic metrics (Legon, 1988)
·The English Translation of the Quran: Consistency and Closeness to the Original Arabic Text (Legon, 1992)
·The Concise Dictionary of the Quran: Arabic-English (Jordan, 2000)
·Arabic Prosody without Ambiguity (Iraq, 2008)
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