Arabic Language

Arabic is most known language in world after English and French. It is one of the oldest languages in the world and usually spoken in most countries especially Islamic countries. It was originated in 1st century BC. It is primary language of more than 280 million people and secondary language of more than 250 million people in all over the world.

Arabic is usually spoken in Saudi Arabia, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia, etc. Arabic vocabulary in usually shown in Catalan, Amharic, Balochi, Pashto, Berber, Spanish, Punjabi, Cypriot, Tagalong, Greek, Indonesian, Gujarati, Persian, Hebrew , Kurdish, Malay, Hindustani, Rohingya, Sindhi, Somali, Swahili, Portuguese, Marathi, Bengali, Urdu and Turkish, which shows its influence on other languages.

Arabic language has 28 basic alphabets including 3 short vowels and 8 long vowels. Arabic language also possesses numerals. Arabic dictionaries are also available in markets which provide learning and helping facilities for people and students in translation matters.

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