The Arabic Language: Its Amazing History and Features

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    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 • 10 354

    FANBOY FOR RM n BTS 16 часов назад +2

    Well done! شكرًا لك!
    Learn MSA first.

  • Devraz Ghosh
    Devraz Ghosh 23 часа назад

    Ana Arabic 😘 lover

  • Hichem BOUZIDI
    Hichem BOUZIDI День назад

    Learn MSA first.

  • just Q
    just Q 2 дня назад

    Before the beginning of Islam? You should study about this religion to know that's it's the first religion ever.

  • Mustafa Alhabib
    Mustafa Alhabib 2 дня назад

    Many thanks for the fasinating video, regarding the question you asked at the end I see as a native arabic speaker that we should never abandon our language for mere local slangs, the formal arabic is without bias one of the most beautiful languages in the world and it deserves from us not to leave it forgotten. Many thanks from IRAQ 😊

  • Michael Attallah
    Michael Attallah 3 дня назад

    افضل لغه هي العبرية
    اجمل لسان هو الايطالي
    اصعب لغه هي السنسكرياتيه

  • Michael Attallah
    Michael Attallah 3 дня назад

    Arabic language learning is a waste of time.
    I am an Arab& I can tell you as a speaker of other languages the issues of Arabic.
    For example the sentence: الاولاد مبرمجون
    Could mean 1- the boys are indoctrinated
    Or 2- the boys work as programmers
    Without using the diacritics , thousands of Arabic words could mean entirely different.
    The Quran itself is full of mistakes because of this.

  • Emann Jaradat
    Emann Jaradat 3 дня назад

    Because the dialect(ammiya) is insane and it's getting worse by the time, because people keep changing a lot in it
    Even I find there are a lot of people using words I don't understand or even writing them while chatting that definitely have me confused and at the same time disgusted, like 'REALLY, YOU WRITE THIS WORD LIKE THIS!' It shows how lazy people have become, what I mean by that is they delete some litters even a whole word while speaking or writing
    What happened to people's mind, I don't know!
    I hope people use the MSA instead.

  • Alexis Garcia
    Alexis Garcia 3 дня назад

    As an Arabic learner, it depends on which part of the Arab world one will spend the most time in. I spent a good portion of my professional career in the Gulf and the dialect is different from the Egyptian and Syrian dialects. Someone that learns Egyptian or Syrian dialect is planning for that region. Modern Standard Arabic is a good place to start and understand linguistic/grammatical concepts. It gives a good understanding of pronunciation, writing, and reading Arabic script. My thoughts.

  • KH1.618 KH1.618
    KH1.618 KH1.618 4 дня назад +1

    Bravo, well done!

  • Yasmin Pedesen
    Yasmin Pedesen 4 дня назад

    What about the Egyptian Language?

  • Keith Turner
    Keith Turner 4 дня назад

    Why do you think that Napolean was the Arab world's first exposure to the West? That is an absurd proposition. Even before Muhamad (saw), there were Arab Christians and people were familiar with Christianity through the Roman empire. The Quran even has a chapter titled "The Romans." Furthermore, Arabs dominated the Iberian Peninsula as early as the 8th century.

    • Langfocus
      Langfocus  4 дня назад

      You're right, that would have been an absurd proposition. That's why I never said it, implied it, or even thought it.

      Directly from my script: "the Arab world entered a period of greater contact with the West." GREATER contact. And contextually, I'm speaking about greater contact at that time, in that time period.

      One of the great mysteries of running this channel is comments like yours. People literally imagine a comment that I did not say, and attribute to me and chastise me for it. I imagine you must be hearing both my voice and your own inner dialogue and blending them, but that's speculation.

  • Abdollah Gilani
    Abdollah Gilani 6 дней назад +1

    God blessed you by giving you the enormous knowledge. I speak 6 languages and my grandson speaks 9 languages , but you surpassed any multilingual I have known!

    • Langfocus
      Langfocus  6 дней назад

      No, I’m sure you’re better than me. :) I just have a deep interest in languages and like making videos.

  • Ibrahim Da'as
    Ibrahim Da'as 6 дней назад

    MSA ...

  • Severity One
    Severity One 6 дней назад

    As a foreigner living in Malta, it's funny how much the words are similar. The Maltese word for book is "il kotba"; the word for books is "il ktieb". (Maltese doesn't conjugate much, from what I understand.) But then the word for office is "l-uffiċċu". I know you already did a video on Maltese, but still.

  • Stefano Alidrissi
    Stefano Alidrissi 6 дней назад +1

    The video presenter is amazing. For academics, Quranic Arabic hands down but for tourists I suggest Syrian colloquial Arabic although I 'm Moroccan. I speak 4 languages and Quranic Arabic gives me goose bumps. My favorite poets are Abu Tayyib Al Mutanabbi and Abul Alaa Al Maari. My favorite dictionary is Ibn Mandour's Lisan Al Arab (30 volumes). -Did you know that Arabic has 12 million words and the most eloquent authors such as Taha Hussain and Abbas Mahmoud Al Aqqad among others only know about 1% of it. Arabic has 16 roots making English number 2 in the ranking with 8 roots and about 600 to 800 thousands words French is 3rd. No wonder why historian Will Durant was mesmerized by the Ocean like depth of this powerful language! -Did you also know that Arabic is the world's least ambiguous language. This prompted the UN security council proposal to use it for international treaties but the US, England and Israel opposed the idea because it will shut the door for "flexible" interpretation.

  • موضي حمود
    موضي حمود 7 дней назад

    السّلام على من اتّبع الهدى.
    تناولكم للموضوع رائع جدًّا مع الإيجاز.
    اللغة العربيّة مُحيط شاسع .
    شكرًا لهٰذه الجهود.

  • محارب الأوهام
    محارب الأوهام 8 дней назад

    اهلا بكم انا اتكلم اللغه العربية واقول لكم انها لغة رائعة جدا

  • حلا خالد
    حلا خالد 8 дней назад

    حسيت بالفخر عشاني عربية:)♡

  • Fahad Mohammed
    Fahad Mohammed 8 дней назад

    والله فيديو خرااافي 😂

  • Salih Alash
    Salih Alash 8 дней назад +2

    I am really scared for the future of arabic generation especially the children and young adults , most of them today barely know formal standard arabic in speaking let alone quranic arabic. They would use "arabizi" to spsak daily even in formal situations.

    ENES SALiH 9 дней назад


  • Kia Harper
    Kia Harper 9 дней назад +1

    Learning Arabic.
    It’s easy! Like riding a bike. And you’re on fire. And the bike is on fire. And there’s NO ONE TO HELP YOU 😱
    Learning Arabic.
    It’s hard.

  • ورد الجوري
    ورد الجوري 10 дней назад

    انا عربيه تعلموا اللغه العربيه الفصحى فهي جميله وغنيه

  • ziad mohammed
    ziad mohammed 10 дней назад +1

    Modern standard

  • Nn Nn
    Nn Nn 11 дней назад +1

    Thank you very much for your amazing video!
    My opinion is first thing to do, learn Modern Arabic Stand.

  • Mohammed Haddaoui
    Mohammed Haddaoui 11 дней назад +1

    there is no fantastic language! all languages are amazing; it all depends on taste very much like food. Arabic is the dialect of quraysh tribe with loan words from other Arabian dialects, and neighboring languages including Aramaic, Persian etc.

  • fares manai
    fares manai 11 дней назад +1

    As far I know about languages, arabic is the most mathematical based language as pointed in the root/template concept, which remind me of how we use 3d/4d vectors and functions in math, when I studied the history of algebra, I was told that Al-Khwarizmi was inspired by the arabic grammar scholars' quest in standardizing the language rules when he introduced Equations for the first time and how to solve 2nd degree ones.
    I feel proud for being an arab with such beautiful, mathematical (sometimes frustrating) language.

  • Abdurrahman Alyafaee
    Abdurrahman Alyafaee 11 дней назад +1

    Answering your question, definitely Classical Arabic. Everyone understands it, everyone loves it.

  • Mohyiddin Joker
    Mohyiddin Joker 12 дней назад

    möchten sie die Wahrheit arabisch umgangsprache ist bullshit aber die hocharabisch ist sehr schön

  • Мустафа иракский
    Мустафа иракский 12 дней назад +1

    You said that Arabic script came from Nabatean script and thats true but also some scholars suggest that it came from Syriac in the city of Hira in southern iraq
    But anyways great video 👍 .

  • Kevin Herman
    Kevin Herman 12 дней назад

    I'm not a native Arabic speaker, but my understanding is that the Egyptian dialect of Arabic is one of the easier dialects and that most people from other regions can understand it well enough, since the Egyptian language supposedly influenced Arabic quite a bit. I'm learning MSA right now, and it's not too bad; the trouble, just like in Hebrew, is reading it blindly (without the vowels, or just guessing them).

    • Nouf Alosaimi
      Nouf Alosaimi 4 дня назад

      Kevin Herman - hi Kevin, keep up the work, you’ll get there.
      We understand egyptian because they ruled the media for decades (they are the pioneers). Movies and TV shows. Thats why it is easy. 😊😎

  • يوسف يوسف
    يوسف يوسف 12 дней назад

    العربي يطج لايك

  • هيثم البريدي
    هيثم البريدي 13 дней назад

    تعلم اللغة العربية الفصحى افضل واسهل بكثير

  • Ammoor Stingy
    Ammoor Stingy 13 дней назад

    5:42 What happened?

  • Fatimazahrae Aqil
    Fatimazahrae Aqil 13 дней назад

    I think it's more preferable to learn MSA because it will provide learners the possibility to use it wherever they go ..

  • Mostafa Altaher
    Mostafa Altaher 14 дней назад

    في رأيي أن أفضل أشكال العربية هي الفصحى ، لأنها كما قلت من يتقنها يستطيع فهم وتحدث أي لهجة أخرى

  • Gary Gagnon
    Gary Gagnon 14 дней назад

    LatiF mudaris. Yasma. Yara. Yuhawei Ana nahnu yathasas jayd yatajam huriyah. Malik sadeek. Musmisyawm taam. Hakikah. Dr ascilah amir Albar o Bayt. Anur. JHei. Qird. Ghad ban. MaliHaluba. HUP.

  • KlavierMenn
    KlavierMenn 15 дней назад

    Now I understand why the hell that cute girl from Egypt that I know aways put numbers and letters while speaking arabic. Fascinating indeed

    DAVID MELLA 16 дней назад +1


  • Mr. Charlie
    Mr. Charlie 16 дней назад


    AKHI SOUFYAN BEATS 16 дней назад +1

    Very informative thanks!

  • Aw Ak
    Aw Ak 16 дней назад

    Definetly modern standard Arabic

  • black cat
    black cat 17 дней назад +3

    هههههههههه جاب لي اليأس وهي لغتي الله يعينهم

  • Ali Khaled
    Ali Khaled 17 дней назад

    The modern arabic is right and correct form as its understandable in all the arabic speaking countries only native arabic speakers can understand different accents

  • Sou Ginko
    Sou Ginko 17 дней назад

    I am an arabic person ... and I say : just learn the MSA
    BUT ... if you speak with the MSA , the arabian will be able to understand you , but you can not get what he say if he speak with his accent regardless of his country :p
    I am from Algeria ... Algeria has the most difficult accent in the opinion of the most of arabian ... why ? because here in Algeria we speack arabic + french + berber + spanish + turkish in a one accent ! yes I'm not kidding ... our accent is a cocktail
    of a lot of languages and there is a lot of algerians doesn't realise that and they think that the algerian accent is just arabic + french and berber in some places.
    anyway ... for a no arabian person , to learn the accent of an arabic country is literally impossible, but you can learn the syrian accent because it's the easyer one , plus , there is no arabic person can't understand the MSA so don't worry about that .
    and thanks for reading my long comment , I wish I didn't make some stupid mistakes ;v

  • Ahmad Moustafa
    Ahmad Moustafa 18 дней назад +1

    Hey Paul , this is one of the greatest videos about Arabic !!
    Your channel is stunning !!
    In 14:30
    why you wrote (book) like this:
    I think the letter (a) is repeated twice , and you could use Harakat instead of repeating the letter (a) like this:
    I hope you can see my comment,

  • GameJoch
    GameJoch 18 дней назад +1

    Im from morocco

  • seedo201
    seedo201 18 дней назад

    Learn modern standard arabic bec. It will teach you the root system so it will be easier to understsnd different dialects

  • طوق الياسمين
    طوق الياسمين 19 дней назад +1

    That video is just amazing 😍😍😍 proud of my language

  • bebo kayed
    bebo kayed 19 дней назад

    بالتأكيد اللغه العربيه الفصحي
    Certainly the modern standard arabic

    HAITHAM AL-ASSADI 20 дней назад +4

    Arabic is soooo hard even for arab

  • feras nersees
    feras nersees 20 дней назад

    U will not find the beutiful side in arabic language if u don't learn FUSHA.

  • mohamad Aleitoom
    mohamad Aleitoom 20 дней назад

    Thank you very much
    I think u try to summarize the subject, You done it very well
    I am arabic I prefer the "formal language" because I think it more powerful,more clear

  • Ola Ta
    Ola Ta 20 дней назад

    If you want to learn Arabic, I advise you in classical Arabic because it is understood by all Arab countries and is taught all over the Arab world, but classical Arabic is harder than colloquial ♥️

    • Ola Ta
      Ola Ta 20 дней назад

      And i am an arabian girl ,also i study english language .
      I wish to be perfect in it.
      شكرا thanks

  • Abdallah Addaihani
    Abdallah Addaihani 21 день назад

    To answer the question, I think it depends on what purpose one has for learning the language. If you're living in the gulf for example, you can learn by the communicative approach to shop, socialize etc. But if one is learning for academic purposes then they definitely need to learn MSA.

  • Dongdaemun Inn John
    Dongdaemun Inn John 21 день назад

    I think that...
    Learning language have to base on the learning about the cultural basic also.
    If any Arabic learner who not start learning from classic Arabic then It's same like apple jam with apple. Cause there Arab culture without Islam hard to understand it.
    You can see that there are a lots of south Asian(Pakistan, India, Bangladesh etc) leaving in gulf area but you can find them they can't speak any kind of Arabic even stay the country more than 20 years.
    You can find same example that Chinese not so good at communicate with American from USA. Even they are using same Latin alphabet to reading and pronounce his own language and knowing about a lots of English vocabulary but they doesn't like English culture and for them it's really hard to conversation with native speaker.(Also there are a lots of person can speak English as native speaker but I mean as average).
    For example southern Asian called as Sadiq(friend) as same as like using word Amigo in State.
    but sadly they don't know what is that meaning and where is originated from, nor how people using it for ground them. only they know that as MSA meaning as friend.
    Just simple opinion, Don't want argue with this...

  • Yankee Gohome
    Yankee Gohome 21 день назад

    MSA Definitely. Go anywhere and you will be able to at least partially understand the dialect spoken. You will just need some time to adapt to the local dialect. And the other way around: people will generally understand MSA whether they are Moroccan or Iraqi.

  • محمد القاضي
    محمد القاضي 22 дня назад

    رائع يا رجل ⚘

  • Marcos Eduardo
    Marcos Eduardo 22 дня назад +5

    I have stayed for more than 23 years until I mastered the Arabic language but I do not regret it, after you learn it you will know it is a magic language like it is from another planet

  • Adam Omar
    Adam Omar 22 дня назад

    of course modern standerd arabic is best to learn..its more beatiful and easier than arabic dialect in addition to this all arabic people can understand it

  • Eddy Alexiou
    Eddy Alexiou 22 дня назад

    koine = κοινή in greek (common)

  • Hmoda R
    Hmoda R 22 дня назад

    I am Arabic native speaker, I highly recommend learning Modern Standard Arabic, because it is the language used in media, official transactions, and it is understood among all Arab people, and most importantly, I think you will not find any book that teach a dialect!
    Note that the different between MSA and any dialict is not more than 10% of vocabularies, and even this 10% in the dialict is deriven from MSA.
    The only situation when you need to learn any dialict is in case you have a long term relation with Arabic person from a specific country, or if you are going to live in this country for a long time.
    But do not learn any dialect just because you want to learn Arabic! learn MSA...

  • Cadde Xusen
    Cadde Xusen 22 дня назад

    تعلمون أن اللغة العربية هي اللغة القرءان الذي شرفها الله بنزول كلامه المقدس كما قال الله تعالي (انا أنزلناه قرءانا عربيا لعلكم تعقلون )

  • ahmed93fikri
    ahmed93fikri 22 дня назад

    3:40 The one on the left is definitely not from the 4th of 5th century. It talks about Allah and Mohammed, so it's at least after Islam was founded in the 7th century.

  • Go Bunny
    Go Bunny 23 дня назад

    in MOROCCO we speak Arabic not as mentioned in your map with blue - as Co-Official

    • Go Bunny
      Go Bunny 23 дня назад

      +Langfocus That's it ! Legally, it is but we don't use it

    • Langfocus
      Langfocus  23 дня назад

      If you look at Article 5 in the 2011 constitution, it states that Amazigh is an official language, but it seems that it will take some time for it to be fully implemented. So legally it is, but in practice not yet, it seems.

    • Go Bunny
      Go Bunny 23 дня назад

      +Langfocus I'm sorry to say that the Amazigh is not an official language. Yes, we have different dialects in Morocco and Amazigh is one of the spoken languages in some areas, but still not official. I am an Amazigh man but I don't speak that language, I only know some words. We speak "Darija" is a the dialect; mix of Arabic, Amazigh, French and Spanish. but Officially, Arabic is the main language in Morocco.

    • Langfocus
      Langfocus  23 дня назад +1

      It is definitely co-official, and has been since 2010. The other official language is Amazigh.

  • Esperanza Beck
    Esperanza Beck 23 дня назад

    As a native Arabic speaker, it's definitely important and preferable to learn Modern Standard Arabic because that will guarantee good understanding of whatever a person might encounter whether on media,books or daily life situations. Dialects are fine but can come as a subsequent phase of learning, depending on which part of the Middle East the person will live in.
    Side note: it is said that the Egyptian dialect is the easiest and the most widely understood one in the ME, perhaps followed by the Levant dialect. :-)

  • Cookie Crumbs
    Cookie Crumbs 24 дня назад

    You can't speak Arabic so Arabic btw

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  • AbAdA عبادا
    AbAdA عبادا 25 дней назад +2

    Fusha is the best

  • سورية تيوب
    سورية تيوب 25 дней назад +2

    المهم هو تعلم اللغة العربية الفصحى و هي بالتالي ستساعد متحدثها على فهم و تواصل اللهجات

  • Kolobou Manugou
    Kolobou Manugou 25 дней назад

    Arabic is a death language it will disappear soon ,because it is consonant language , not develop

  • Ed Ames
    Ed Ames 26 дней назад

    Personally, I worked on a self taught course in MSA for a few months until I had learned the alphabet and basic spelling rules. After this time however, I decided to move on to a dialect, in my case Levantine. The choice of dialect was based on the region of the Middle East that I hope to visit some day. There are a lot of dialect learning materials available and I am satisfied with the ones that I found for Levantine. My belief is that you should learn a dialect first but at the same time become familiar with the Arabic script. MSA is not a spoken language - it is the formal register used mainly for written materials, academia and studying the Quran. The study of MSA can be undertaken after gaining basic competency in the spoken register.

  • alzahra2 yassir
    alzahra2 yassir 26 дней назад

    Starting with modern standard arabic would be the best option for it gives you access to the literature and media as well as all arab people understands it . And of course that the dialects has most of its words from it but with changing the pronunciation like in palestine and sirya and jordan the most and a little less i guess in other countries. Of course that is my opinion. Later on if you prefered a country you could learn its dialect- don't forget there is no books to teach a dilect - unless you have an arabian friend ( i can teach you palestinian - dialects- yes a country can have so many dialects disagreeing only sometimes with pronouncing a letter ) good luck to all heroes who learns arabic 😙😙

  • Ghanim Khalaf
    Ghanim Khalaf 27 дней назад

    شكرا لك ... Thank you ...

  • amSEC
    amSEC 27 дней назад

    Learning modern Arabic for sure is a better choice for beginners. It will set the foundation for other dialects which is not necessarily easy to understand for native Arabic speakers

  • ÖMàr Chänùv DjàXon
    ÖMàr Chänùv DjàXon 27 дней назад

    I'm from Tunisia and I'm not Arab

  • Anas Hashlamon
    Anas Hashlamon 28 дней назад

    First i would like to thank you for your video i really enjoy watching it,as an arab man i advice people to learn modern standard arabic but the dialect arabic is very important,i think that any foregin will not enjoy learning arabic when he or she couldnt communicate with simple people or couldnt understand familiar songs,learning dialect will be enjoyful
    My wife is not arab and she learned arabic starting with modern standard arabic then she found learning dialect is very easy after msa.

  • Yasin Akash
    Yasin Akash 28 дней назад

    I can read Quran but i didn't understand arabic

  • tapered brain
    tapered brain 28 дней назад

    Great video, thanks!
    I think Arabic in any given country should be treated like the language of any other country - if someone travels to Spain they don't learn Latin in order to better understand the Portuguese, Catalan, French or Italian people. I would learn the dialect of the country I'm interested in/want to visit/travel to/live in.
    At the moment I'm learning the Omani dialect which is very similar to those close to the Gulf but has some unique vocabulary and pronunciation quirks of its own.

  • Lolo_ Saudia Arabia
    Lolo_ Saudia Arabia 28 дней назад +3

    I advise those who want to learn Arabic to learn standard Arabic all Arabs will understand it , dialects are very difficult and different between the regions of one country

  • Mohannd Alhwashla
    Mohannd Alhwashla 29 дней назад +1

    I would say learn modern standard arabic

  • gh bahora
    gh bahora Месяц назад

    اللغة العربية هي لغة عالمية اخي وافضل للغة هي الفصحى الامه هي الام وبها يفهمك كل العرب

  • Jerrold Donato
    Jerrold Donato Месяц назад +2

    U look like a little bit Roger FEDErer!

  • abdullah al-khateb
    abdullah al-khateb Месяц назад

    Thank you 🙏

  • Angelo Lagusa
    Angelo Lagusa Месяц назад +1

    Who is arabic😂

  • Stavrius
    Stavrius Месяц назад

    I've noticed none of the words has an 'e' or an 'o'

  • CC N7
    CC N7 Месяц назад

    The Arabic language consists of 12 million words

  • Raja Mohd Afiq
    Raja Mohd Afiq Месяц назад

    I can read it slowly but not understand it.

  • mahmud almadani
    mahmud almadani Месяц назад +2

    Very formal and rich presentation 👏🏻

  • Aika K
    Aika K Месяц назад +5

    Lol can’t believe an English man taught me more Arabic than my actual arabic teacher...

    • أَحْمَد
      أَحْمَد Месяц назад

      He's not English he's Canadian. He just speaks English.

    GADDAM SUDHARSHAN Reddy Месяц назад

    9:42 arabic - qalam(pen)
    telugu - kalam(pen)
    Telugu is spoken by 75 million people, mainly in south Indian states of telangana and andhra pradesh

  • specialxx MO
    specialxx MO Месяц назад

    Msa of course
    But i dont recommend you to learn it, cuz i think it will take long time .
    Its hard and grammer in arabic is harder than physics .

  • Yağmur Genç
    Yağmur Genç Месяц назад

    Sb tell me please why Arabic isn't writtin by Latin scrept to be more easy ?

    • Abdelmalek
      Abdelmalek Месяц назад

      Yağmur Genç the arabic is one of the semetic languages family not like the indo-european languages family
      As the arabic and hebrew both are writting from right to left not like the other languages
      Also we have sounds in arrabic like letter "ع" you don't have in the latin script

    • أَحْمَد
      أَحْمَد Месяц назад +1

      Because we are not Latin (or Eureopeon), we are Arabs. The Arabic script was built specifically for the Arabic language. It us a beautiful script and it's disappointing that some Arabs or Arabic speakers will try to latinize the script. For some odd reason, some Arabic speakers will use the latin script. As an Arabic speaker, I'd say it's very easy to learn if you actually put some effort into it.

  • heba hij
    heba hij Месяц назад

    Thats why i hate Arabic class , it is so complicated even though i am a native speaker :/

  • Yagub Alserkal
    Yagub Alserkal Месяц назад +1

    Egyptian would guarantee communicability. Definitely Lebanese for females (don't mean to sound sexist)

    • Aisha Ali
      Aisha Ali 29 дней назад

      Yes, when I first started studying Arabic in order to travel to various Middle Eastern countries, I studied something like the modern standard, although it was not called that at the time. Later I was told to learn Egyptian dialect because most of the Arab countries watch Egyptian films, and are therefore familiar with it, although they think it's cute and funny, BTW, GREAT video!

  • andr -x
    andr -x Месяц назад

    نصيحتي أن تتعلم اللغه العربيه الفصحى لأن كل عربي يستطيع أن يكتبها ويتحدث بها لذالك ستكون مفيدة مع لقائك مع أي عربي تصادفه، كما أريد أن أشير لك خصيصاً أن تبحث عن علم اللغه الكوني وسوف تذهل بالفعل لن أخبرك ماذا سوف تجد كي لا احرق عليك المعلومه كما أود ان أشير لك بالبحث عن الدكتور سعيد الشربيني في قوقل وغيره اكتب عن أبحاثه وهو بالمناسبه استاذ في جامعه لندن لعلم اللغه الكوني. اوصيك بشدة على ذالك. ولايفوتني أن اذكرك أن بريطانيا والولايات المتحدة الأمريكية أصبحت فعلياً تكتب ارشيفاتها باللغه العربيه وإذا كنت لاتعلم ابحث لماذا وسوف تجد الإجابه الحقيقيه لذالك، اشكرك على الماده التي قمت بتقديمها. بالتوفيق إستمر

  • alaaadil Abd
    alaaadil Abd Месяц назад

    لا أعرف لماذا عندما أرى شخص اجنبي يتحدث عن اللغه العربيه أشعر بالفرح 😂😆 + يلي ما فهم شي غير الكلمات العربيه صف جنبي 🙂💔

  • alaaadil Abd
    alaaadil Abd Месяц назад

    7:36 😅😅😅 منور الشاشه إحسان دعدوش 🙂😸

    KHATOUF MOETAZ Месяц назад

    arabic dialect