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Arabic vs Burmese

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Arabic and Burmese speaking countries. Countries </>
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Countries where Arabic and Burmese is an official language. Countries
Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
Myanmar
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Total count of countries where Arabic and Burmese is official language. Total No. Of Countries
23
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1
14
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Countries where Arabic and Burmese is a native language. National Language
Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
Myanmar
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Countries where Arabic and Burmese languages are spoken as a non-native language. Second Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
Bangladesh, Burma
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Continent wise Arabic and Burmese speaking countries. Speaking Continents
Africa, Asia
Asia
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Countries where small group of people speak Arabic and Burmese languages. Minority Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
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Organizations that administrates and maintains the Arabic and Burmese languages. Regulated By
Academy of the Arabic Language, Arabic Language International Council
Myanmar Language Commission
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Interesting facts about Arabic and Burmese languages. Interesting Facts
  • Arabic is 5th common language in world.
  • Classical Arabic is the language of Quran and also it is official language. Classical Arabic is the only way to learn Arabic language in academic way and it does not change.
  • The naming of people in Burmese is strange. There is no last name, often name is rhymed such as Ming Ming, Mo Mo or Jo Jo.
  • It appears as odd language to many people because it has peculiar pitch register, tonal form as language.
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The languages to which Arabic and Burmese are similar. Similar To
Amharic and Hebrew
Thai Language
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The language through which Arabic and Burmese are derived from. Derived From
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Pali Language
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Set of letters used in Arabic and Burmese languages. Alphabets </>
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Image of Arabic and Burmese alphabets. Alphabets in
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Total number of letters used in Arabic and Burmese languages. Alphabets
28
10
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33
15
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Phonology is the study of sounds in language. Phonology
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Speech sound produced when breath flows out through human mouth without being blocked by the teeth, tongue or lips. How Many Vowels
8
6
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12
10
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Speech sound in which the air is at least partly blocked. How Many Consonants
28
18
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33
23
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Writing system used by Arabic and Burmese languages. Scripts
Arabic
Tangut
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The direction in which Arabic and Burmese languages are written (Some languages are written in right-to-left or left-to-right direction) and this depends on scripts used. Writing Direction
Right-To-Left, Horizontal
Left-To-Right, Horizontal
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Is Arabic and Burmese hard to learn? Hard to Learn
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Learning levels in Arabic and Burmese languages to become proficient. Language Levels
4
3
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3
2
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Time required to learn Arabic and Burmese languages. Time Taken to Learn
88 weeks
12
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44 weeks
10
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Basic useful phrases in Arabic and Burmese Languages. Greetings </>
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HELLO in Arabic and Burmese. Hello
مرحبا
မင်္ဂလာပါ (maingalarpar)
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THANK YOU in Arabic and Burmese. Thank You
شكرا
ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါသည် (kyaayyjuutainparsai)
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HOW ARE YOU? in Arabic and Burmese. How Are You?
كيف حالك؟
နေကောင်းလား? (naykaungglarr?)
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GOOD NIGHT in Arabic and Burmese. Good Night
تصبح على خير
ကောင်းသောညပါ (kaunggsawnyapar)
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GOOD EVENING in Arabic and Burmese. Good Evening
مساء الخير
မင်္ဂလာညနေခင်းပါ (main g lar nyanayhkainn par)
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GOOD AFTERNOON in Arabic and Burmese. Good Afternoon
مساء الخير
မင်္ဂလာနေ့လည်ခင်းပါ (main g lar naelaihkainn par)
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GOOD MORNING in Arabic and Burmese. Good Morning
صباح الخير
မင်္ဂလာနံနက်ခင်းပါ (main g lar nannaathkainnpar)
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PLEASE in Arabic and Burmese. Please
من فضلك
ကျေးဇူးပြု (kyaayyjuupyu)
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SORRY in Arabic and Burmese. Sorry
آسف
တောင်းပန်ပါတယ် (taunggpaanpartaal)
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BYE in Arabic and Burmese. Bye
وداعا
နုတ်ဆက်ပါတယ် (notesaatpartaal)
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I LOVE YOU in Arabic and Burmese. I Love You
أحبك
မင်းကိုချစ်တယ် (mainnkohkyittaal)
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EXCUSE ME in Arabic and Burmese. Excuse Me
اعذرني
ဆင်ခြေဆင်လက် ငါ့ကိုအ (Sainhkyaysainlaat ngarko a)
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Forms of language which belongs to specific region or group of people. Dialects </>
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Varieties of Arabic and Burmese languages. Dialect 1
Maghrebi
Arakanese
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Dialect 1 speaking regions. Where They Speak
Algeria, Libya, Maghreb, Morocco, Tunisia
Bangladesh, India, Myanmar
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Dialect 1 speaking population. How Many People Speak
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2,000,000.00
24
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Varieties of Arabic and Burmese languages. Dialect 2
Sudanese
Tavoyan
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Dialect 2 speaking regions. Where They Speak
Sudan
Myanmar
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Dialect 2 speaking population. How Many People Speak
17,000,000.00
6
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440,000.00
29
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Varieties of Arabic and Burmese languages. Dialect 3
Levantine
Intha
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Dialect 3 speaking regions. Where They Speak
Cyprus, Levant
Burma
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Dialect 3 speaking population. How Many People Speak
21,000,000.00
3
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90,000.00
29
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Total number of dialects used in Arabic and Burmese languages. Total No. Of Dialects
26
23
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6
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Total count of people speaking Arabic and Burmese languages. How Many People Speak </>
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Total count of people speaking Arabic and Burmese languages in the world. How Many People Speak?
452.00 million
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43.00 million
30
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Total percentage of world population speaking Arabic and Burmese languages. Speaking Population
4.43 %
6
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0.50 %
29
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Total count of people speaking Arabic and Burmese as first language or mother tongue. Native Speakers
206.00 million
6
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33.00 million
28
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Number of people speaking Arabic and Burmese as second language or as non-native language. Second Language Speakers
246.00 million
2
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10.00 million
22
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Local name of Arabic and Burmese languages in it’s own script. Native Name
(al arabiya) العربية
ဗမာစကား (bama saka)
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Alias or other names of Arabic and Burmese Languages. Alternative Names
Al-’Arabiyya, Al-Fusha, Literary Arabic
Bama, Bamachaka, Myanmar, Myen, myanma bhasa
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Name of Arabic and Burmese in French Language. French Name
arabe
birman
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Name of Arabic and Burmese in German Language. German Name
Arabisch
Birmanisch
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Pronunciation means the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) of words. IPA is an alphabetic system of phonetic script based on Latin Alphabet. Pronunciation
/al ʕarabijja/, /ʕarabi/
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Ethnicity is category of people which belong to common ancestral, social, cultural group. Ethnic group belong to same national experience, basically an inherited status. Ethnicity
Arabs
Bamar people
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History of Arabic and Burmese languages. History </>
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Evolution period of Arabic and Burmese languages. Origin
512 CE
1113 AD
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Language Family is the common ancestor through which all the languages under this family are related. Language Family
Afro-Asiatic Family, Semitic Family
Sino-Tibetan Family
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Language Family is divided into branches and further branches are divided into groups called subgroups. Subgroup
Semitic
Tibeto-Burman
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Language Family is divided into smaller units called as branch. Branch
North Arabic
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There are three forms of language. Language Forms
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Development stages of Arabic and Burmese languages in it’s earlier period. Early Forms
No early forms
Old Burmese, Middle Burmese, Burmese
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A standard form is a language variety that is used in governments, in media, in schools and for international communication. Standard Forms
Modern Standard Arabic
Modern Burmese
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Rank of Arabic and Burmese languages based on total number of native speakers. Language Position
25
21
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43
32
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Signed forms are manually coded languages which are representation of oral languages in gesture and visual form which is signed version of oral languages. Sign languages are used by deaf communities. Signed Forms
Signed Arabic
Burmese sign language
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Scope of Arabic and Burmese languages Scope
Macrolanguage
Individual
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Arabic and Burmese languages code. Code </>
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International standard for language code is an abbreviation of language which is represented by two letters. ISO 639 1
ar
my
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International standard for language code is an abbreviation of language which is represented by three letters. ISO 639 2
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ISO 639 2/T is the terminology ISO 639 2 code of Arabic and Burmese languages. ISO 639 2/T
ara
mya
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ISO 639 2/B is bibliographic ISO 639 2 code of Arabic and Burmese languages. ISO 639 2/B
ara
bur
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International standard for language code is an abbreviation of language which is represented by three letters. ISO 639 3
ara
mya
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International standard for language code is an abbreviation of language which is represented by four letters. ISO 639 6
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Comprehensive list of families, languages, dialects that is unique identifier code consisting of four letters and four digits. Glottocode
arab1395
sout3159
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Two digits + one to six letters code is the linguasphere of Arabic and Burmese language. Linguasphere
12-AAC
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Types of Arabic and Burmese Languages. Types of Language
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Type of Arabic and Burmese languages. Language Type
Living
Living
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Linguistic typology is study and classification of languages based on common structural features and forms. Language Linguistic Typology
Subject-Verb-Object
Subject-Object-Verb
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Morphological Typology is classification of languages based on how languages form words by combining morphemes. Language Morphological Typology
Fusional and Synthetic
Analytic and Isolating

Arabic vs Burmese Speaking Countries

There are plenty of languages spoken around the world. Every country has its own official language. Compare Arabic vs Burmese speaking countries, so that you will have total count of countries that speak Arabic or Burmese language.

  • Arabic is spoken as a national language in: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen.
  • Burmese is spoken as a national language in: Myanmar.

You will also get to know the continents where Arabic and Burmese speaking countries lie. Based on the number of people that speak these languages, the position of Arabic language is 25 and position of Burmese language is 43. Find all the information about these languages on Arabic and Burmese.

Arabic vs Burmese Language History

Comparison of Arabic vs Burmese language history gives us differences between origin of Arabic and Burmese language. History of Arabic language states that this language originated in 512 CE whereas history of Burmese language states that this language originated in 1113 AD. Family of the language also forms a part of history of that language. More on language families of these languages can be found out on Arabic and Burmese Language History.

Arabic and Burmese Greetings

People around the world use different languages to interact with each other. Even if we cannot communicate fluently in any language, it will always be beneficial to know about some of the common greetings or phrases from that language. This is where Arabic and Burmese greetings helps you to understand basic phrases in Arabic and Burmese language. Arabic word for "Hello" is مرحبا or Burmese word for "Thank You" is ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါသည် (kyaayyjuutainparsai). Find more of such common Arabic Greetings and Burmese Greetings. These greetings will help you to be more confident when conversing with natives that speak these languages.

Arabic vs Burmese Difficulty

The Arabic vs Burmese difficulty level basically depends on the number of Arabic Alphabets and Burmese Alphabets. Also the number of vowels and consonants in the language plays an important role in deciding the difficulty level of that language. The important points to be considered when we compare Arabic and Burmese are the origin, speaking countries, language family, different greetings, speaking population of these languages. Want to know in Arabic and Burmese, which language is harder to learn? Time required to learn Arabic is 88 weeks while to learn Burmese time required is 44 weeks.