History of the Arabic language

The Arabic language belongs to the family of Semitic languages; a group called Southern. Arab historians write that in the Arabian peninsula of Antiquity there were two types of Arabs: there were the Yactanid Arabs or Jectanides (“al-‘arab al-qahtâniyya“), mainly inhabiting the south of the peninsula , and there were Arab Adnanites (“al-‘arab al-‘adnâniyya“), whose primary habitat was the Center and the North of the peninsula.

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Learn Arabic quickly: Tips for memorizing Arabic vocabulary

The Arabic language is among the most spoken idioms ​​in the world. With more than 300 million speakers across the planet, Arabic is considered to be a “universal language” that is expanding considerably, especially given the (geo) political, economic and cultural issues that the Arab world represents in international relations. As a result, this language’s interest is growing. Hence you can imagine the importance of starting to learn Arabic! However, how to learn Arabic quickly? In this article, I explain how to do it.

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