Dutch and Arabic as Minority Language
In Dutch and Arabic speaking countries you will get the countries which have Dutch and Arabic as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.
- Dutch as minority language: France, Germany, Indonesia.
- Arabic as minority language: Not spoken in any of the countries.
If you want to compare Dutch and Arabic dialects, then you can go to Dutch vs Arabic Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.
Dutch and Arabic Regulators
Dutch and Arabic speaking countries provide you Dutch and Arabic regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Nederlandse Taalunie (Dutch Language Union) regulates Dutch language.Arabic is regulated by Academy of the Arabic Language, Arabic Language International Council. Also get to learn, Dutch and Arabic Language History.
Dutch and Arabic Continents
Thinking about Dutch and Arabic continents in which Dutch and Arabic speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Dutch and Arabic. Most of the Dutch speaking countries lie in Asia, Europe, North America, South America. While Arabic speaking countries lie in Africa, Asia. Continentwise, most of the languages belong to Asian Languages and African Languages. It's always fun to know about interesting facts of any language, so lets discuss about unknown facts of Dutch and Arabic languages:
Dutch Interesting Facts:
- Dutch language consist of extremely long words. The longest dutch word in the dictionary is 53 letters long.
- There exists 75% borrowed words in Dutch language, and a lot of those are French, English and Hebrew.
Arabic 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 Dutch language was derived from Not Available and is similar to German and English Languages whereas Dutch language is similar to Amharic and Hebrew and derived from Not Available.