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Arabic Langauge

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on 25 May 2014

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Transcript of Arabic Langauge

Arabic is one of the world's great languages. Its graceful script, magnificent style and rich vocabulary give the language a unique character and flavour.
Arabic Language
Where is Arabic spoken today?
The Arabic alphabet consists of 28 letters, reading from right to left.
Shown below are the basic forms of the letters.
The Beginning
The origins of the Arabic language go back to pre-islamic Arabia, where the tribes spoke local Arabic dialects.
The origin
Arabic Language
What are the Arabic Alphabet ?

Arabic Alphabet
•Arabic is today spoken by more than 200 million people in the Arab World, and it is an official language in 22 countries.


• Arabic is also an important language in many countries bordering on the Arab World, like Mali, Niger, Chad, Eritrea, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somalia. There are also Arabic-speaking populations in parts of southern Turkey and southwestern Iran.


English words with arabic origins
•ALCHEMY and CHEMISTRY .
•ALCOHOL.
•ALGEBRA.
•SODA
•COTTON
•MUMMY
•SAFARI


Arabic region
Famous Arabic Quotation
[Man a’asharal qawman arba’eena yawman, imma sara minhum aw rahala a’anhum.]
[Insha'Allah]

[Masha’Allah]

[ Ena al sma' la tmtr th'hban wla fda ]
[ e7fdd al grsh al abydd llyom al aswd
•Words are written in horizontal lines from right to left, numerals are written from left to right
•Arabic has no capitalization
•The types of Arabic language are : classic and modern Arabic
• It's the toughest language to excel pronunciation in.
Facts About Arabic Language
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