Arabic—the language of the Qur’an—is a Semitic language, spoken by over 200 million native speakers worldwide. Arabic is spoken in the Middle East region as well as most Muslim countries, including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Afghanistan, Cyprus, Egypt, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Jordan, Yemen, Tajikistan, Bahrain, Israel, Libya, Mali, Somalia, Niger, Turkey, Uzbekistan, and many others.
It is believed that the Arabic script came into existence during 4th century AD; however the first document written in Arabic dates from early 6th century. The Arabic script was developed from Nabataean Aramaic script. During 7th century, new letters were added in the Aramaic script to develop Arabic script. Written Arabic has two main forms: (1) Classical Arabic and (2) Modern Standard Arabic. Classical Arabic was used in classical literature including Qu’ran. Modern Standard Arabic is the language of the modern Arabic-speaking population and differs from the classical Arabic in style and vocabulary.
Every Arabic-speaking region in the world has developed its own variety of colloquial Arabic, appearing in poetry, plays, and other texts. There are many varieties of colloquial Arabic including Egyptian, Algerian, Moroccan/Maghrebi, Sudanese, Saidi, North Levantine, Mesopotamian, and Najdi. These varieties sometimes differ so much from each other that they may be considered distinct languages.
Arabic script, known as abjad, has 28 letters. Arabic words are written from right to left, while numerals are written from left to right. The Arabic script is also used to write many other languages/dialects such as Azeri, Baluchi, Beja, Urdu, Brahui, Dari, Hausa, Kashmiri, Kazakh, Kurdish, Kyrgyz, Pashto, Persian, Punjabi, Sindhi, Somali, Tausug, Turkish, Uzbek, etc. Arabic has also borrowed a number of words from other languages, including Persian, Hebrew, Greek, Syriac, Turkish, English and French.
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The demand for Arabic translators/interpreters is constantly on the rise worldwide, the reason being growing oil business in the Middle East. About 54% of the world’s oil reserves are present in the Middle East region. The demand of oil worldwide is increasing day by day and so is the need for Arabic translators. Many international companies are investing huge money in petroleum and crude oil markets in the Middle East. All these companies need services of Arabic translators/interpreters to interact with their clients in Arabic countries. In addition, a number of Middle Eastern companies are trying to promote renewable energy programs in the gulf region, and therefore are looking for Western partners. Such companies take services of professional English Arabic translation/interpretation companies to make their communication smooth with their business partners.
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