Arabic is a Semitic language, spoken in a broad belt
extending from the Arabian Peninsula across the Fertile Crescent and
on to the Atlantic Ocean. It is the official language of Saudi
Arabia, Yemen, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar,
Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria,
and Morocco, making it the mother tongue of about 350 million
There are two basic forms of Arabic: Classical Arabic and Colloquial Arabic.
Classical Arabic—essentially the language of the Qur'an (Koran), the sacred book of Islam.
Colloquial Arabic—includes numerous spoken dialects. The chief dialect groups are those of Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and North Africa. Some of these dialects are mutually incomprehensible.
Western Arabic encompasses the Arabic spoken colloquially in the region of northern Africa—often referred to as the Maghrib—from Morocco to western Libya and in adjacent African countries to the immediate south.
Eastern Arabic, sometimes referred to as Mesopotamian Arabic, includes the Arabic dialects spoken in a large region encompassing North Africa (Egypt and Sudan), the Middle East (Syria, Iraq, and the Arabian Peninsula), and Arabic speaking communities in Asia.
Spoken Arabic varies from country to country, but classical Arabic,
is the most popular & commonly understood.
Standard Arabic, often called Modern Standard Arabic (or MSA), is
the variety of Arabic most widely used in print media, official
documents, correspondence, education, and as a liturgical language.
It is essentially a modern variant of Classical Arabic, the language
of the Holy Quran.
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