What is the importance of the Arabic language?

Answer Arabic and all its dozens of regional dialects is one of the most spoken languages in the world. It is the official language of North Africa and the Middle East. Also, the Holy Qur'an, Islam's holy... Read More »

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Is the Arabic language related to any other language?

Arabic, a member of the Semitic group of languages, is related to Hebrew and Amharic, according to Ethnologue, a language research organization. The Arabic language has about 221 million speakers i... Read More »

Is Arabic a language?

Arabic is a Semitic language in the Afro-Asiatic language family. Arabic is spoken in the 22 Arab League countries across North Africa and the Middle East. Arab immigrant communities around the wor... Read More »

What language did arabic come from?

Twenty-two countries use Modern Standard Arabic as their official language. Modern Standard Arabic derives from Classical Arabic, which is the language of the Qur'an. Classical Arabic evolved from ... Read More »

How old is the Arabic language?

According to the Indiana University Near Eastern Languages department, the Arabic language is a Semitic language that started around the mid-fourth century C.E. It became the dominant language of ... Read More »