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Arabic is the fifth most widely spoken language in the world with 293 million native speakers, and 422 million speakers in total. It’s an official language in 26 countries. That doesn’t mean it’s the majority language in all of those countries, but it’s one of the official languages.It is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations,and as the language of the Quran – the holy book of Islam – it is also the liturgical language of 1.7 billion   muslims around the world. Most of those people don’t speak Arabic, but many have some knowledge of Arabic for reading, and for reciting prayers and religious study.

Speaking about Arabic can be confusing, because there are many different varieties of the language. One of the main varieties is the classical Arabic of the Quran. This is considered by many to be the most perfect form of Arabic, and some say it’s the only true Arabic, because it was the language in which God revealed the Quran to Muhammad. Then there’s Modern Standard Arabic, which is the form of Arabic used as an official language today. It’s the modern form of literary Arabic which was based on the classical Arabic of the Quran, but with some adaptations and a greatly expanded vocabulary to make it more suitable for modern times.

Arabic forms one branch of Central Semitic, while another branch of Central Semitic includes Hebrew, Aramaic, and Phoenician. Old Arabic.Numerous Semitic languages related to Arabic were spoken in Arabia between the 13th and 10th century CE, but they don’t have features that would classify them as Arabic.

At online Arabic language courses you learn how to speak, write, read and understand Arabic in easy and flexible methods that match with each  learner ability, with the help of the most perfect teachers. By the end of Arabic course you will be awarded a certificate of completion Arabic language skills which enable you to communicate with native Arabic speakers and understand them perfectly.

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