Arabic national language and Arabic as a Second Language
Arabic speaking countries include both countries with Arabic national language and Arabic as a second language. Check if Arabic language is one of the Most Spoken Languages.
- Arabic is national language of Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, Yemen.
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Second Language is a non-native language of the speaker, but used in the locality of that person.
- Arabic is not spoken as second language.
The Arabic countries mentioned under Arabic Speaking countries are the countries where majority of people speak Arabic language.
Arabic as minority language
Countries with Arabic as minority language are also included in Arabic speaking countries.
- Arabic is not spoken as minority language in any of the countries.
Along with Arabic speaking countries check out Arabic speaking population. The language spoken by minority of the population of a territory is called minority language.
- Continent wise Arabic speaking countries mainly lie in Africa, Asia.
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Arabic Regulator and Facts
Many world languages have one or more language regulators. The bodies that regulate standard languages are usually called language academies. Official organizations that regulate Arabic language are Arabic regulators. Arabic is regulated by Academy of the Arabic Language, Arabic Language International Council. The regulatory bodies of Arabic lie in Arabic speaking countries. Some of the interesting facts of Arabic:
- 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 Arabic language is derived from Not Available and is closely related to Amharic and Hebrew.