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The Arabian Language
Grete Pehk
· One of the most widely spoken language in the
· One of the oldest existing language in the
· The national language in most of the North
African countries.
About Arabic
· There are about fourteen different dialects and
language derivatives (tuletised).
· It came in use in 7th century.
· Arabic is written from right to left.
· There aren't any capital letters.
· There are 28 letters in the alphabet.
· I: ana
· You (sl): inta/inti (m/f)
· He: huwa
· She: hiya
· We: nahnu
· You (pl): untum/inti (m/f)
· They: uhum
The Holy Quran
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