Arabic is one of the most important languages of the world, and certainly the most important Semitic language. Preserving the best ancient semitic qualities, it is of major importance for the understanding of the semitic traditions, history, and religion, in general. After its standardization in the first two or three centuries after the arrival of Islam, Arabic language largely preserved its structure, especially in terms of phonetics, morphology and syntaxes, and to a lesser extent, its purity in terms of other language influences present in its vocabulary. It is now constantly experiencing major changes as it faces the increased necessity to adapt to the needs of modern life, science, technology, art and all other forms of advances in civilization and culture. Our experts can apply the necessary research methodology in the disciplines and ensure a successful completion of any client tasks in this area.
Islam, which had in its literary form, uses Arabic as its carrier of the religious message, and largely provides the centuries-old traditions to this day in this way. Arabic has thus become not only the religious language of all Muslims, but also the bearer of Islamic culture and civilization, in general, affecting more or less all the communications of predominantly Islamic nations across Asia, Africa, and even Europe, although divided into many dialectic variations.
The mysticism of Arab and Islamic culture and traditions is said to translate well in its own language and literature, in their eloquence and musicality. Arab scripture, completely different from the characters used in European languages, as well as its structure, which is difficult to compare, thus proving to be an additional challenge in case of second-language acquisition.
Our experts understand the differences between the Maghreb countries, Egypt, Sham, and the Gulf, the major geopolitical divisions. Today Arabic is one of the official working languages of the UN. Trust the experts at Homework Help Australia, get a quote now.