Things you didn’t know about the Arabic language
Learning the Arabic language, the lingua franca of the Arab world is one of the best professional decisions you could make.
The Middle-east and North African (MENA) region is growing at an incredible pace, and expected to continue growing. According to recent research, the region’s leading economies (Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates) are outcompeted by other wealthy countries regarding government institutions, human capital, business sophistication and modern technological output. This isn’t but a sign of opportunity and untapped potential.
As the region’s leading economies move away from oil-dependency and invest resources in a technology-enabled future, stability and growth will create opportunities for collaboration for international business and academic institutions within and outside the region.
So, whether for academic, business or cultural purposes, an Arabic translation services provider will come in handy in the near future. And, of course, fluency in Arabic will become a key competitive advantage for job applicants at international enterprises, in the sectors where it isn’t already.
Learning a language isn’t just about grammar and vocabulary. Attaining fluency in Arabic also involves acquiring in-depth knowledge of the culture and history surrounding the language.
In the following infographic, by international language services provider Day Translations, we’ll explore ten interesting things you probably didn’t know, about the Arabic language, from its writing system to its influence on the English language.
Things about Arabic Language in an info graphic
fun facts from the info graphic about the Arabic language