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Arabic

Want to learn Arabic?

Do you want to learn Arabic? This is possible with LEARN Games World languages. You learn Arabic in a playful way. Reading and writing in Arabic is difficult for someone with a non-Arabic background. This is because the writing is very different. Arabic grammar also differs from most Western languages. The grammar of the Arabic language is often more extensive. If you have mastered the alphabet a little, writing and reading can be learned faster. Arabic is also difficult for Arabs because in most texts the short vowels are not shown.

Semitic language

Arabic is spoken by about 240 million people worldwide. It is spoken among other things in countries such as Egypt, Israel, and Yemen. The Arabic language is a Semitic language. The Koran is written in Arabic and is therefore seen as the mother tongue of the Islamic world.

Alphabet

Arabic is written differently from the right to the left than in Dutch. This does not apply to the writing of the figures. They are written from left to right. The alphabet contains 28 letters. Many mathematical, philosophical and astrological works from world history have been written in Arabic.

Sixth language United Nations

In 1973, Arabic was officially recognized by the United Nations as a quantitative, political, cultural and religious meaning of the language. In addition to Arabic, Mandarin, English, Russian, French and Spanish is considered the language of the United Nations. Arabic is the sixth language of the United Nations.

Facts

  • Arabic is spoken in Order Egypt, Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Yemen, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libi, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Chad, Tunesia, United Arab Emirates and other countries
  • Since Buy 1973 recognized as the official language of the United Nations
  • Alphabet: Arabic
  • 240 million people speak Arabic in more than 20 different countries

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