The Arabic Language: Its Amazing History and Features

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  • Опубликовано: 23 апр 2017
  • This video is all about the Arabic language, from its early origins on the Arabian peninsula, to its current status as the 5th most spoken language on Earth. I also examine a number of features of Arabic and analyze numerous examples.
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Комментарии • 9 736

  • invisible Axel
    invisible Axel День назад

    Arabic is a useless language

  • Tibo Clément
    Tibo Clément День назад

    As an advanced Italian language learner, I would advise anyone who wants to discover a language spoken in a country with a situation of diglossia to learn both the standard language and at least some features of one or several dialects. :-) (Of course, diglossia in Italy today is far from what it is in thr Arabic world - especially among the younger generations that tend to speak Italian only, depending on the regions -, but as far as learning strategies are concerned, I think the comparison may be relevant.) A koine can turn useful in many situations, and knowing a dialect will allow you to communicate with people in a more "natural" way, that is, concretely, using linguistic forms adapted to daily communicative situations, or informal contexts.
    But in the case of Arabic dialects and Modern Standard Arabic, I suppose the more you know about any language you are confronted to, the best it is. ;-)

  • Jorge Sánchez
    Jorge Sánchez День назад +1

    16:57 This is just what I answer when they asked me about the Latin American dialects
    You could try making a video about this topic :)

  • Fahad ibn Iqbal
    Fahad ibn Iqbal 2 дня назад +1

    اررو... I can speak Urdu language which is derivative of Persian and Arabic

  • Mans 1991
    Mans 1991 2 дня назад +1

    إذا تعلمت العربية الفصحى تستطيع التحدث مع جميع العرب ويسهل عليك تعلم لهجاتهم .

  • Mohsen Hasan
    Mohsen Hasan 2 дня назад

    Well without (msa) you cant learn (dialect)and every arabic will understand you if you talk the (msa)

  • Sarah samy
    Sarah samy 3 дня назад +1

    الفصحى آفضل للتعلم قطعا

  • Jamie Holladay
    Jamie Holladay 3 дня назад

    7 th century Arabic had no directic marks so who knows what some world's in ancient times actually say .lol
    Ask one people they will say something different . Highly inaccurate language in the early days .

  • محمد عبدالحليم
    محمد عبدالحليم 3 дня назад +1

    excellent video! very informative! keep up the good work! 👍

  • SALMUHEIRI -سالمهيري
    SALMUHEIRI -سالمهيري 4 дня назад +1

    Big respect for you brother for knowing the arabic languge

  • Hussein Nour
    Hussein Nour 4 дня назад +1

    This was a very detailed and well done video, Langfocus. When I went to Egypt to learn Arabic, I went to a center where I was studying Arabic for a couple years. It obviously didnt take me long to learn it, I think its because I was a kid then. Anyways, when I was studying Arabic at the center. All I was learning was "Standard Arabic". When I started high-school, people where speaking "amiya" and I had difficulty understanding when the teacher told me to stand up or sit down. It took me about two month to learn the basics. Thank god the books and the tests where all made using "Standard Arabic". So my biggest problem was just miscommunication between me and my teachers and that would create problems most of the time. I could safely say that learning "Standard Arabic" will make it extremely easy for a person to learn different dialects.

  • mac bonomali
    mac bonomali 4 дня назад

    Oh come on Paul, how do you learn all these languages? I have followed your videos and its amazig how you explan these languages with so much eloquence and so much knowledge...

    • Langfocus
      Langfocus  4 дня назад +1

      Well, I don’t speak most of them. I analyze them and package the info, which I guess is my main talent. Obviously I have a general interest in languages and study certain languages in depth, but I would never try to pretend that I speak all the languages I make videos about. About Arabic specifically, I know some Arabic, but I’m not that good at actually speaking it. Though someday when I have more time and I’m not making videos all the time, I hope to get a lot better.

  • velvet croc
    velvet croc 4 дня назад

    This language terrorizes me!

  • brand 02
    brand 02 5 дней назад

    5:42 oh shit, really, really, really scared me dude :(

  • Morty
    Morty 5 дней назад

    doesn't worth to your studyings

  • the joker
    the joker 5 дней назад

    هذا الشيء يقول ان العربية هي وليدة لغة اقدم .. وانا اقول له انك جاهل بماهية اللغة العربية .. فهي ام اللغات فيها 16 الف جذر لغوي بالتالي ما يقارب 23 مليون كلمة عربية وهذا الرقم الاكبر بين لغات العالم اجمع .. ومنها استمدت اللغات اللفظ .. حتى لليوم مثل : سكر او كهف بالنسبة للانجليزي وبالنسبة للعبري فالكلمات لا تعد من تشابه اللفظ .. العربية لغة اهل السماء وهي التي تكلم بها النبي ادم .

  • sarah maren
    sarah maren 6 дней назад

    I speak french if someone want to learn this language and in exchange teach men Arabic language im ok

  • Carlos Campos garcia
    Carlos Campos garcia 6 дней назад

    Porque chucha pones el título en español y no los subtitulos.

  • Mr 3arb
    Mr 3arb 7 дней назад

    الحمدُللّٰه أنَ اللغة العربية هي للغتي الأم قبل كل اللغات ... ⁦❤️⁩

  • Adel Risheq
    Adel Risheq 7 дней назад

    you should definitely leave modern standard Arabic, once you do you will be able to understand almost all Arabic dialects. you may still have a problem with maghrabi Arabic since it is infused with French

  • Rawan Bilali
    Rawan Bilali 7 дней назад

    I liked tha way people learn my language 😍❤

  • Quite Serious Nejo
    Quite Serious Nejo 7 дней назад +1

    I'm Syrian, and Arabic is my mother language, and I STILL learned much from this video. You really did your research. This video earned you a new subscriber. To answer your question (at the end of the video), I think it depends on what you need to learn Arabic for. If you wanna learn it for educational or translation purposes, then Modern Standard Arabic is your best bet. If you're planning to travel or move to an Arab country, then you should probably learn the dialect of said country before learning MSA.

  • عبد الله العدناني
    عبد الله العدناني 7 дней назад

    ردّي على السؤال في نهاية المقطع: اذا اردت اللغة العربية للتحدث والممارسة ومعرفة الثقافة ودراسة الشعر فيجب معرفة اصل اللغة لكي تستطيع معرفة قواعد وأصول الكلام العربي بِحُرّيّة، لأن هذه اللغة بها اكثر من ١٢،٠٠٠،٠٠٠ اثنا عشر مليون كلمة مُشْتَقَّة (اكثر لغة فيها مفردات، ويأتي بعدها اللغة الانجليزية بـ٦٠٠،٠٠٠ كلمة مشتقة) ، اما اذا اردت اللغة فقط لوظيفة معينة او علاقة صداقة في دولة معينة فيمكنك حفظ المصطلحات التي تحتاجها، لكن يجب عليك معرفة وفهم هذه القاعدة الذهبية (ما بُنِيَ على ضَعْفٍ ضَعيفٌ)

    • عبد الله العدناني
      عبد الله العدناني 7 дней назад

      ارجو منكم ترجمة تعليقي للانجليزية، لأني اظن انه مهم، ايضا انا عربي وأدرس اللغة العربية

  • wan wan
    wan wan 7 дней назад

    You're amazing thank you this is very helpful i love your videos

  • haider almatry
    haider almatry 8 дней назад

    It's intersting how you summarize Arabic language, me as a native arabic surprised how you clearly understand it, I thought it is difficult knowing all that stuff.
    Im my opinion I thing it is easier to learn standard Arabic and then you can understand the different local dialects

  • Sarah Elsayed
    Sarah Elsayed 8 дней назад +1

    a very beautiful video .. I am arabian and I loved the way you explained the roots .👏👏

  • ay taf
    ay taf 8 дней назад

    i am amazigh (and speak tamazight at home) i learned classical arabic that of the qur'an (i was forced to memorize it and read for hours when i was 5)
    in school i could understand the texts, but not the dialect (it was darija) other kids coudn't understand what is writing.
    what is more amazing is that i could spot mistakes when the teacher was readind MSA, i was 6 yeard old, and the teacher was an arabic native speaker not like me, but i was better than her. just to show that althought classical arabic is the hardest (maybe the hardest language to learn) it will make all other arabics dialect look like shit.

  • Tareq Al Shallah
    Tareq Al Shallah 8 дней назад

    Thanks for your fascinating work
    In my opinion i think that MSA will help you every were to communicate with all Arabs and to be always understandable, you only should show them that you speak MSA and they will use it to talk to you
    On the other side the dialects will be hard and mostly ungrammerd and very local as an example from city to another one there is a differences (some times they are not a big deal) but to avoid such situations it's acceptable to use MSA among all of them
    That was only my opinion and could others have another opinion.

  • mohamed amine ben mabrouk
    mohamed amine ben mabrouk 9 дней назад

    I think MSA is more challenging and interesting to learn

  • sa ya
    sa ya 9 дней назад

    👍👍👍🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

  • rashid nidal sabri
    rashid nidal sabri 10 дней назад

    Great job, but why didn't u talk about letter ain ع ?
    I advise to learn standard arabic first because it helps u communicating with any arabic person.

  • Mohammad Khaled
    Mohammad Khaled 10 дней назад

    Well, I'm a native Arabic speaker, and I think learning a bit of MSA is very helpful to read newspapers/magazines or even understand signs on walls/airports and everywhere. It will also make understanding dialects a lot much easier. After all, if you learn MSA, learning dialects will become a matter of adding a short list of vocabularies to the list, that's all. You will notice that a huge portion of the dialect is based on MSA anyway. Also, don't be shy to use MSA to communicate with an Arab, He or she won't laugh at you because he or she will see that you are a non-native speaker anyway. It is true it will sound weird, but I can assure you that you will be 100% understood, It just gets funny when say a native speaker uses MSA to communicate with another native speaker, and this doesn't apply to Aliens. Nevertheless, we do sometimes rely on MSA to communicate with other Arabs from a very distant region where dialects can't easily be mutually comprehensible. By the way, thanks for the wonderful informative video. Keep it up!

  • جازية الأزدية
    جازية الأزدية 10 дней назад

    طبعا أنصح بتعلم العربية الفصحى لانها أشمل وأوسع ومفيدة للكتابة وللعلم وللاطلاع وللتفاهم مع جميع العرب في كل مكان ، أما العامية هي لغة السوق فلن تفيدك إلا بمكان واحد.

  • SnowmansApartment
    SnowmansApartment 10 дней назад +1

    I was forced to learn reading arabica as a dyslexic child so i ended up hating arabica for it‘s existence :)

  • MichaelXD
    MichaelXD 11 дней назад

    I just did some searching around on youtube and I found a video named Punky. Punky's older brother is Kon, and he has a friend named Maykel, who is about the same age as him. Punky is just 6 years old. This puts the two at either 7 or 8. When Punky knocked on Kon's door when he was reading in bed in his room, he said "Come on" which sounded like "MOTHER!" in Arabic! I know that the word "madkhal" also sounds like "MOTHER!"

  • 福白汪
    福白汪 11 дней назад

    5:43 scared me soooooo bad

  • Ahmed Yosry
    Ahmed Yosry 11 дней назад +1

    Excellent video, as an Egyptian Arabic speaker I couldn't have been able to analyze my language to non speakers of it as diligently and professionally as you did 👏👏👏💪💪💪

  • Khaldoun Azzam
    Khaldoun Azzam 11 дней назад +1

    Thank you, for the interesting channel. I work and live in Dubai, so I meet many people from different countries interested of learning arabic, my advice to them is : you should learn the modern Arabic, so you can read books newspaper ,watch TV, and the media, also you can understand any person from any Arab country, because the ('amiyas) languages are very local and small groups of languages.

  • Jamal Haider
    Jamal Haider 11 дней назад

    if Egypt spoke Standard Proper Arabic all Arabic Countries would speak it because all Arabs watch Egypt and do what Egyptians do

  • Vector Vector
    Vector Vector 12 дней назад +1

    Without doubt : (Arabic fusha) is the best to understand all arabs including : Saudi and Iraq or Egyptian

  • vanhetgoor
    vanhetgoor 12 дней назад

    God did NOT reveal the koran to Mohammed. God didn't, the koran was WRITTEN by Mohammed and in the koran there is a STORY that the opponent of God gives the text of the koran to Mohammed. It is an early Joseph Smith script to fool the gullible. The Mormons beleive the Golden Book was seen by the Last Prophet Joseph Smith. The followers of Mohammed beleive some Angel dictated the book, silly fools!

    • vanhetgoor
      vanhetgoor 7 дней назад

      To often this mistake is repeated, therefor I do not shut up. As long as there is stupidity there are people needed to explain to those who cannot think for themselves.

    • Mr Coffee
      Mr Coffee 8 дней назад

      vanhetgoor : why don’t you shut up ?

  • Explode A Kitty
    Explode A Kitty 12 дней назад

    I learned so much. Thank you so much for making this video.

  • Al-Moroccan Gutierrez
    Al-Moroccan Gutierrez 13 дней назад

    اناَ آقْرآ كْتْآبْ آلممتَأزُ

  • Al-Moroccan Gutierrez
    Al-Moroccan Gutierrez 13 дней назад

    يدرس الرجل العربية

  • Al-Moroccan Gutierrez
    Al-Moroccan Gutierrez 13 дней назад

    مواقف مولف غرفة سوف الممتاز اقرأ يدرس ادرس

  • Al-Moroccan Gutierrez
    Al-Moroccan Gutierrez 13 дней назад

    I'm getting fluent in modern standard Arabic because I'm a moor and I just want to speak to everyone I'll figure what they're saying in their dialect some way or another lol

  • diouranke
    diouranke 13 дней назад

    great video, an old friend helped me learn a lot of Arabic, Sudanese arabic which is like mix of Egyptian and Saudi Hijazi dialect.

  • Charles Martel
    Charles Martel 13 дней назад

    If I support you on Patreon, will you do a video on amazigh language (tamazight)?

    • Charles Martel
      Charles Martel 9 дней назад

      Ok. Sorry

    • Langfocus
      Langfocus  9 дней назад

      No, Patreon is not for requests. I don't do any requests.

  • zezo opid
    zezo opid 14 дней назад +1

    MSA, for sure because it's more common then dialect from

  • Alla Soiko
    Alla Soiko 14 дней назад

    Ana araf lughat arabiya

    • أَحْمَدَ
      أَحْمَدَ 14 дней назад

      و انا اعرف الابجدية العربية

  • سلطان الملاعب
    سلطان الملاعب 15 дней назад +1

    The Arabic language is true, but it is the best language, when it expresses its meaning and expresses it more accurately by 12 million words, while English, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Persian together are worth 4 million words.

  • Müstapha Hamad
    Müstapha Hamad 15 дней назад

    I think it's better to learn the classic arabic cuz you'll be able to communicate with almost all of the arabic speakers not just a specific region or country

  • noha elsayed
    noha elsayed 15 дней назад

    oh my God! that's amazing thank you now I now more about my language history in addition to improving my English 😅
    but that's just perfect
    good job and keep going

  • Chrys
    Chrys 16 дней назад

    i think arabic language came from old egypt because the sound is similar even the writing is equal.

  • عين Eye
    عين Eye 16 дней назад

    En Avdat Inscription dates back to the 1st century CE, not BCE!

  • Faisal Alkhedhrawi
    Faisal Alkhedhrawi 16 дней назад +1

    i think we should learn both , too bad we dont speak the classic any more ,it is a fascinating language .

  • pink suger
    pink suger 16 дней назад

    شكرا على هذا الفيديو 💕 Thanks for this video

  • Nasab
    Nasab 17 дней назад

    Although I'm a native Arabic speaker, it's only now that I realized how complex it actually is.
    People who are learning Arabic as a new a language are really awesome.

  • Irfan Miassar
    Irfan Miassar 18 дней назад

    An advice from an Arabic nativ speaker :
    If you wanna taste the arabic and feel the live in it , it's better to learn fusha (classical standard arabic ) . It's like a living thing , a human that will live in you , a living sol that have a lot of meaning.
    But if you don't care about all of those things and your purpose is only to communicate with Arabs , then learn the dialect of Syria and specially the dialect of Damascus which is pretty understood nearly all over the arabic world . But you have to know that most arabs can understand alfusha pretty good but many of them would have problems with reflecting in alfusha coz the words of the dialects are easier to remember.
    Good luck with learning such a great and beutiful language

  • Mohabat khan Malak
    Mohabat khan Malak 18 дней назад

    Good tutorial, but I have another theory about the Arabic language and its development over many centuries. I think Arabic originated in Africa, in the region of Sudan, Ethiopia bordering the Red Sea. It is probable the prophet Noah (A.S) who came from Africa spoke an ancient form of Arabic, and when the Ark finally made landfall somewhere near Mecca, most probably in Arafat ( not Ararat in Turkey as some people believe), then this language came to the Arabian lands as we know them today. In the days of Noah, there was no Red Sea but there were lakes along the length of where the Red Sea is and Africa was joined to the Arabian Peninsula. The desert was also lush with vegetation and rivers flowed in the peninsula. Later there was a break at Bab El Mandeb due to tectonic movement and the Indian Ocean waters flowed in to form the Red Sea.
    The descendants of Noah and Lot then spread across the Levant and further and over centuries the other Semetic languages developed from Noah's African language.

  • Illusive Man
    Illusive Man 18 дней назад

    I think learning Modern Standard Arabic initially is more important, since it's more universal than the regional dialects.

  • M Meidiano Al Fajri
    M Meidiano Al Fajri 19 дней назад

    I'm Indonesian, I can read, write, and little bit understand arabic like ahlan wa sahlan, ahlan bik, kaifa haluka, ana bikhairin alhamdulillah, etc (that's pretty basic atually) :v

  • Lip Fairilu
    Lip Fairilu 20 дней назад +1

    Can you make videos of these following languages
    1. Vietnamese
    2. Khmer
    3. Burmese
    4. Hawaiian
    5. Maori
    6. Hindi
    7. Urdu

  • Lip Fairilu
    Lip Fairilu 20 дней назад +1

    I rather learn The Modern Standard Arabic cuz everyone can understand you anywhere in Middle East and North Africa, learning one of the dialect like Egyptian is okay, but You can only use it on Egypt.

  • Worldcup2018Matches
    Worldcup2018Matches 20 дней назад

    ح is not like jot..ه is like hot

  • بليغ عوبل
    بليغ عوبل 20 дней назад

    تعلم اللغة العربية الفصحة
    لانك ستفهم أي لهجة كانت

  • Ali Mouayed
    Ali Mouayed 21 день назад

    أنا الذي نظر الأعمى إلى أدبي وأسمعت كلماتي من به صمم
    -المتنبي❤️⁩

  • BarefootShaman
    BarefootShaman 21 день назад +1

    Thank you for your video! Loved it. I am studying Arabic and I find this really helpful. To answer your question; I think it is best to study BOTH MSA and dialect. MSA provides your foundation in which to build your house. Your house is conversation. I also recommend visiting your local mosque once a week for prayer, even if you are not a Muslim. I practice Tibetan Buddhism and I visit my local mosque every Friday for prayers. This helps to remind me that Arabic is a sacred language and should be treated with respect. Salaam Aleikum!

  • panda-chan
    panda-chan 21 день назад

    Learn the standered/ modern Arabic first because it's difficult sometimes to speak with someone who is from another arab country with your dialect or a dialect you learned. I'm from UAE, I have a friend from Jorden and sometimes it's diffcult to speak with my emirate dialect with her and when she doesn't get what I say I tell her the word/s in the standered arabic, that's why it's much better to start with standered then learn the dialect/s you want, and it's much better to learn through interaction with other people

  • М.Б.
    М.Б. 21 день назад +1

    5:42 Paul is a glitching hologram.

  • Spartan Empire
    Spartan Empire 22 дня назад

    Wow, Arabic is a very interesting language and it has also influenced many languages such as Spanish, Portuguese, Persian, Turkish, Urdu and also English.

  • Fallout 50
    Fallout 50 22 дня назад

    14:32 the Arabic sentience in accusative is written in a wrong way, it must be written like this :
    أنا أقرأ كتاباً
    كتاباً /kitabn/
    ty 4 the vid + subscribed

  • Ahmad Aiman
    Ahmad Aiman 22 дня назад

    Sir could you prove that the claim of muslim on the linguistic miracle in Quran is false, please. Even if you dont publish your finding that also fine.

  • Ferdawss Elizabeth
    Ferdawss Elizabeth 23 дня назад

    I think when you learn the Moroccan arabic you can understand the others
    cuse all the Moroccans can speak the others
    so try to learn the Moroccan arabic it's not really difficult but it's funny ☺

  • Danya Abu Ghazaleh
    Danya Abu Ghazaleh 24 дня назад

    I advice you to study modern standard Arabic because you can communicate with all Arabs regardless their dialects
    Such marvelous video !!
    I'm an Arabic girl and I really got shocked how you describe my language . I feel how is it difficult for non-native speaker of Arabic to learn it !!

  • mahmoud zizo
    mahmoud zizo 24 дня назад

    Thanks you, you did a great job.
    As an Arabic native speaker, it's very important to start with modern standard Arabic, after you have the the basics, you can learn both simultaneously 😊
    Thank you again 😍

  • n ziom
    n ziom 25 дней назад +1

    It's amazing

  • RumiaCuteShadowLoli Touhou6Stage1Cutie

    North Africa and Middle East speak arabic and maltese is similar to Tunisian Arabic

  • فوزيه محمد
    فوزيه محمد 27 дней назад

    as Arabic I would say ''if you wanna learn Arabic first learn Al-Fusha because anywhere you go Arabic people would understand you clearly.
    nice 👏👏👏👏👌🌹work.

  • ME_MYSELF and I
    ME_MYSELF and I 27 дней назад

    The only Arab countries I love are Lebanon and Egypt. Sorry rest of Arab World :)

    • أَحْمَدَ
      أَحْمَدَ 14 дней назад

      I'm Egyptian and I like Iraq and Yemen after my own country.

  • Barça News
    Barça News 28 дней назад

    Excellent 👍🏻 ممتاز

  • Boko Man
    Boko Man 28 дней назад

    11:54 خرا 😂😂😂💔

  • siwar kefo
    siwar kefo 28 дней назад +17

    🙂I'm kurdish .I speak
    Kurdish, Kurdî
    Arabic, العربية
    Turkish, Türkçe
    German, Deutsch
    Persian, فارسى
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    English,

    • ˈɑħmæd
      ˈɑħmæd 9 дней назад

      Wow when did you find time to learn all of that? I speak Arabic and English and I want learn Spanish or French but I can't find the time to do it, and I'm not motivated enough because they aren't as useful as English.

    • siwar kefo
      siwar kefo 15 дней назад +1

      Müstapha Hamad العفو اخي لا مو لغة لهجة وفئة متل بالعربي في بدوي وفي ساحلي 🌸

    • Müstapha Hamad
      Müstapha Hamad 15 дней назад

      siwar kefo مشكور حبيبي لأن هين بتركيا معلمي كوردي يقول انو كورمنجي فقلت بنفسي يمكن كورمنجي تعني كوردي باللغه الكورديه

    • siwar kefo
      siwar kefo 15 дней назад +2

      Müstapha Hamad الكوردية هي لغة الأم أو الفصحة لكن تختلف اللهجات أربعين لهجة تقريبا
      أهم اللهجات الكوردية هي كرمنجية وسورانية وذاذاكية وبهلوانية . أكراد سوريا وتركيا لهجتهم كوردي كرمنجي وذاذاكي بكتابة لاتينية واكراد عراق وإيران لهجتهم كوردي سوراني وبهلواني بكتابة عربية .اختلاف الكردي الكرمنجي عن السوراني والبقية نفس اختلاف اللهجة السورية عن اللهجة المغربية اختلاف كبير 70 بالمية من معاني الأشياء تختلف😊

    • Müstapha Hamad
      Müstapha Hamad 15 дней назад +2

      siwar kefo الكرمنجيه مو نفسها الكرديه؟

  • Heitem OL
    Heitem OL 29 дней назад +1

    Definitely MSA

  • yalnız kuş
    yalnız kuş 29 дней назад

    0:20 Mustafa Kemal

  • iRedYuki
    iRedYuki Месяц назад

    I think standard Arabic is the one to learn, dialects are rather small versions derived from the original, it is practically accents rather than dialects, if you can speak the original, you will understand everyone else, and you will develop an accent naturally, probably influenced by the accents of people around you

  • MDMN 17
    MDMN 17 Месяц назад

    انني اكره شئ اسمه اللهجه

  • عبد الرحمن هندي
    عبد الرحمن هندي Месяц назад +1

    I'm sure it is both

  • Thaer Qanz
    Thaer Qanz Месяц назад

    In my opinion I think if the person who is gonna learn arabic as dialect .. He won't understand any other accents or dialects even if the other country was close.. In every arabian country there's alot of deferent words that are not used in other country.. So in my point of view I do not support learning the countrys dialect 🙂

  • klembok
    klembok Месяц назад

    Bruh at 5:42 the video has the creepiest error I've ever seen

  • Yasser Alwan
    Yasser Alwan Месяц назад

    MSA of course. You can use it everywhere even it sounds funny in some situations. Egyptian is simpler in pronunciation and grammar and it's widely intelligible too. Avoid Iraqi and Moroccan unless you plan to work there. I'm Iraqi btw.

  • Hassan Ali
    Hassan Ali Месяц назад

    عندما تتعلم اللغة العربية ستحتاج الى تعلم البلاغة فنحن العرب حتى في لغانتنا العمية نتكلم ببلاغة قوية متكونة من تشبيهات استعارات .......الخ
    في الواقع معضم العرب يستخدمونها ولكن لايدركون ذالك فإذا واجهت صعوبة في تعلم البلاغة فالمشكلة ليس منك فحتى نحن العرب تكون صعبة الاعلم على الرغم من اننا نستخدمها و صدق اولا تصدق ان البلاغة علم في اللغة العربية يسمى علم البيان

    اي شخص يتعلم اللغة العربية و قواعدها و بلغتها و الاعراب
    ويقرأ القرآن سيدرك ان من المستحيل ان تقوم بكتابة مثله
    لانه نص قوي و بليغ ويوصل المعنى بأقل عدد من الكلامات و يعطي شعور من السكينة و هو بالغ الجمال ومع كل هذا يكون نص صحيح الاعراب و التركيب
    فمن المستحيل ان تكتب نص يجمع جميع خصائص القرآن الا اذا كنت اخذته من القرآن فإذا حاولت ان تجارية لان تستطيع تحقيق كل الخصائص في نفس الوقت

    والمشكلة الحقيقة في ترجمة القرآن الى لغة اخرى غير العربية فهذا مستحيل نظرين لصعوبة شرح المعاني البلاغية التي لا يستطيع غير المتحدثين بالعربية فهمها الا بتوضيح تفصيلي وهذا صعب التحقيق لان القرآن كما قلت بليغ جدا جكا فحتى العرب يحتاجون لشرح لفهم بعض تراكيبه
    بطبع نظريا يمكن كتابة كل هذا في كتاب واحد لكن هذا فعليا مستحيل لعدم وجود كتاب يشرح القرآن ويفسره بكل المعاني
    فالذي يريد ان يفسر القرآن يدرس علوم القرآن ليستطيع تفسير الايات و كانت هناك محاولات لكتابة كل التفسيرات في كتاب واحد لكن كلها لم تنجح ولكن هناك كتب تشرح القرآن بشكل غير تفصيلي وغير عميق لكنها توصل الفكرة للمتلقي
    القرآن الذي تشاهدة بلغة غير العربية ماهو الا ترجمة حرفية وليس هذا القرآن الحقيقي المعجز فبترجمة الحرفية ولي ضعف الاغات الاخرى عن مجارات العربية يفقد النص قوته و اعجازه

  • foop poop
    foop poop Месяц назад

    16:13 only when the noun is feminine

  • foop poop
    foop poop Месяц назад +1

    abjads fit well with languages which doesn't have many homophones

  • Bloody_ Tea
    Bloody_ Tea Месяц назад

    Arabic is a great language, but their religion is pretty fucked up.

  • tony haddad
    tony haddad Месяц назад

    Ana men lebnen

  • tony haddad
    tony haddad Месяц назад

    Akid lo8a l3amiye

  • BlueMentol GT
    BlueMentol GT Месяц назад

    A bakın kellaşlarin dilini anlatmış Amerikan köpekleri Osmanlıyı arkalayan şerefsiz itler

  • mrFreakingGamer
    mrFreakingGamer Месяц назад +1

    Greeting from palestine 🇵🇸

  • Алексей К
    Алексей К Месяц назад

    Hi. Please, can you recommend good site, where I can find slavic language tutor for myself?