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Arabic language al-bab.com.
Although the Arabic alphabet as we know it today appears highly distinctive, the Latin, Greek, Phoenician, Aramaic, Nabatian alphabets probably share some common ancestry. Other languages - such as Persian, Urdu and Malay - use adaptations of the Arabic script.
The Quranic Arabic Corpus - Word by Word Grammar, Syntax and Morphology of the Holy Quran.
Help us review the information on this website so that together we can buildthe most accurate linguistic resource for Quranic Arabic. The Quranic Arabic Dependency Treebank QADT. The Quranic treebank is an effort to map out theentire grammar of the Quran by linking Arabic words throughdependencies.
Arabic learning resources.
Most of the grammar information focuses on Egyptian Arabic, but some includes equivalent info for standard Arabic. The FAQ page provides general information on the Arabic language. The about page contains information about the transliteration scheme I use and other notes about this site.
A few surprising facts about the Arabic language British Council.
'Trust' in God, but tie up your camel is a great and practical Arabic proverb used to express the nature of destiny and personal responsibility.The matter of destiny is also very much embedded within everyday Arabic phrases such as 'InshaAllah' If God wills.
The history of Arabic Language Verbling.
As a single language, Arabic is one of the six most spoken languages in the world, comprising more than 400 million speakers. If it is considered a set of different languages, EGYPTIAN ARABIC would be the most widely spoken variety of Arabic.
Learn Arabic - Arabic Language Course Index.
This Arabic course contains 100 Arabic lessons that cover most Arabic grammar and Arabic morphology topics needed to help you learn Arabic quickly. If you cannot yet read the Arabic script then please start with the Arabic Reading Course before starting this course.
Arabic language.
In languages not directly in contact with the Arab world, Arabic loanwords are often mediated by other languages rather than being transferred directly from Arabic; for example, most Arabic loanwords in Urdu entered through Persian, and many older Arabic loanwords in Hausa were borrowed from Kanuri.
The Arabic Lexicon - Classical Arabic Dictionaries.
The work of Reinhart Dozy see below was meant as a supplement to Lane's' work that covers modern Arabic Lane focused on classical Arabic only .The digital text for the Lexicon was sourced from Tufts University under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.

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