Arabic, a Central Semitic language, is closely related to Aramaic and Hebrew. Arabic is the largest member of the Semitic Family, and is spoken by over 280 million as a native tongue. It is also spoken by about 250 million as a second language, and is the dominant language in the Middle East and North Africa. There are different varieties of Arabic spoken per region, however, Standard Arabic is the norm that is widely taught in schools, universities, and utilized within the media. The origin of Arabic dates back to the 4th century, and is still the prevalent language within the faith of Islam. Its literary uses have been used and borrowed throughout Europe for centuries. It was a major force in global science, mathematics, philosophy, and its influences can still be seen today. Many Mediterranean languages have borrowed a wide range of words from Arabic, and vice versa. Today, Modern Arabic continues to fascinate, interest, and entice scholars, and also remains one of the world’s most intriguing languages.
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