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Good Reasons To Learn Arabic


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View Reasons Why Learning Arabic is Important and Can Assist in your Travels to The Arab Countries.

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Good Reasons To Learn Arabic

  1. 1. Good Reasons Why You Need To Learn Arabic?<br /><br />
  2. 2. 5th language in the world<br /> Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken native language in the world.If you travel to countries in northern part of Africa, or middle east, or even the south Asia, like Pakistan or the Western part of Chine, you will be surprise by the large number of people that can speak Arabic.<br />
  3. 3. Arabic is the language of Islam<br />In addition to the millions of native speakers, many more millions know Arabic as a foreign language.<br />In Malaysia and Indonesia, millions of young students attended the Islamic School where arabic is the language of instruction. <br />
  4. 4. high demand and low supply of Arabic-speakers in the Western world.<br />Arabic Speakers can find careers in a variety of fields: journalism, business and industry, education, finance and banking, translation and interpretation, consulting, foreign service and intelligence<br />
  5. 5. Arabic-speaking nations are a fast growing market for trade.<br /> Initiatives to integrate the Arab world into the global economy are opening up numerous potential in new business opportunities. <br />The Arab region with its rapidly growing population provides a huge export market for goods and services. With a GDP of over 600 billion dollars<br />
  6. 6. Arab had made significant contributions to world civilization.<br />While Europe was experiencing the relative intellectual stagnation of the Middle Ages, the Arab-Islamic civilization was at its zenith.<br /> Arabs contributed a great deal to the advancement of science, medicine, and philosophy. <br />
  7. 7. Arabic influence many other languages.<br />The export of concepts, products, and cultural practices from Arabic-speaking peoples is evident in the vocabulary that Arabic has lent other languages. Algebra was invented by Arab mathematician<br />staple products as coffee and cotton came from the Arab world, as well as jasmine, lemon, and lime.<br />