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Copy of The Arabic Language

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Mohammed Akbar

on 14 February 2013

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Transcript of Copy of The Arabic Language

The Arabic Language *The History of the Arabic Language. * The countries that speak Arabic and the Arabic dialects (accents). * The Arabic Alphabet and the way we read and write. * Arabic is a Semitic language. * Before the existence of Islam, Some people spoke local Arabic dialects. *After the Qur'an was revealed in 632 AD, The Arabic Language became the official Language for many countries. * About 250 million people speak Arabic world wide. * About 150 million people speak it as a second language. * Arabic is considered as the the official language in 22 countries around the world. Arabic Dialects (Accents). * Some of the Arabic dialects include: - The Arabian Arabic: Spoken in Saudi Arabic, Kuwait, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates (Dubai). - The Egyptian Arabic: The most commonly spoken Arabic with over than 76 million people. - Lebanese Arabic: It uses simple syntax, unlike the other dialects. English vocabularies that are derived from the Arabic Language. The way we read and write in Arabic. Jack is playing football. The Arabic Alphabet. Greetings in Arabic. The first - The Egyptian Arabic: The most commonly spoken Arabic with over than 76 million people. - Lebanese Arabic: It uses simple syntax, unlike the other dialects. Semitic languages: a group of languages belonging to the Afro-Asiatic family and spoken in North Africa and Southwest Asia.
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