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Arabic language al-bab.com.
Although the Arabic alphabet as we know it today appears highly distinctive, the Latin, Greek, Phoenician, Aramaic, Nabatian alphabets probably share some common ancestry. Other languages - such as Persian, Urdu and Malay - use adaptations of the Arabic script.
Learn Arabic Rosetta Stone.
While many native speakers use a version of Modern Standard Arabic, most also speak a regional dialect of Arabic that may differ significantly from the modern standard. For instance, those who speak Moroccan Arabic may be utterly unintelligible to those who speak Egyptian Arabic.
Arabic Studies Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.
Arabic, Hebrew and Persian are offered from scratch. Arabic is spoken by over 313 million people 'from' the Ocean to the Gulf as the Arabs say, from Morocco, Mauritania and Western Sahara in the West, to Iraq, the Gulf states and Somalia in the East.
ARABLIT ARABLIT QUARTERLY - A magazine of Arabic literature in translation.
Like Rahhal, I specialized in Arabic literature in university, so many of the literary references, jokes, and asides were familiar to me, but many more were not and I found myself diving deeply into biographical dictionaries and classical Arabic poetry collections just to keep up.
Arabic Ethnologue.
A language of Saudi Arabia. Language Resources OLAC resources in and about Arabic. This profile is available. with an Essentials plan. See population estimates, location, and other details for Arabic, plus.: 7,458, profiles on every other language in the world.
Arabic - Wikibooks, open books for an open world.
Modern Standard Arabic derives from Classical Arabic, the only surviving member of the Old North Arabian dialect group, attested epigraphically since the 6th century, which has been a literary language and the liturgical language of Islam since the 7th century.
Arabic - Wiktionary.
The adjective Arabic is commonly used in reference to language, and in traditional phrases such as Arabic numeral or gum arabic. Its use is controversial and often deprecated in reference to people or countries, where the adjective Arab is preferred.
Qasid Arabic Institute Learn Arabic Abroad in Amman, Jordan.
Also, I actually had more chances to speak Arabic with the local population in Amman than I found in with my experience in Egypt. Overall, I found Qasid a more effective program geared towards my goals as an Arabic learner.

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