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History of the Arabic language

The Arabic language is one of the oldest languages ​​in the world, with its existence going back 1400 years ago. It is the language in which the Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, where it appeared and spread with the advent of Islam. 

The importance of the Arabic language 

Although Arabic language is one of the oldest languages ​​in the world, it is still one of the languages ​​used among Arabs and one of the most popular languages​​ learned by foreigners, especially in Dubai, because it is considered part of the Arab civilization. 

Arabic is the fifth most spoken language in the world, with only about 400 million people speaking it as their mother language. Among them are 112 million non-Arabic speakers of all nationalities, including Hollywood celebrities. 

Despite globalization and the emergence of extraneous terminology and colloquial language that have spread have among the people, Standard Arabic remains the main reference in communication among all Arabs. 

For the reasons mentioned above, learning Arabic language is very important. 

The beauty of the Arabic language 

The Arabic language gained beauty and creativity in terms of its letters when pronouncing and writing it. When writing it in Arabic letters, an artistic touch is required that adorns its letters, such as ornaments, inscriptions and diacritics as they appear in the Holy Qur’an. 

The beauty of the Arabic language was not limited to the form of its letters, but rather went beyond the beauty of rhetoric and many meanings. 

The beauty of the Arabic language is reflected in poetry, prose, rhetoric, story, narration, grammar, and morphology, as poetry is a literary art that many poets excel in all colors of poetry such as spinning, praise, slander, and lamentation. 

So learning Arabic Language will be an added value to you. 

Why is it necessary to learn Arabic language rather than other languages? 

Because of its global and international importance, especially in the Middle East and the United Arab Emirates- Dubai, where the UNESCO decided to adopt Arabic as a third official language after the English and French languages in 1984. 

In 1974, the first UNESCO conference in the Arabic language was held based on a set of proposals adopted by many Arab countries, and this led to the adoption of the Arabic language as one of the international languages used in international conferences. 

Travel and tourism or work in the Middle East and the Arab countries to create special memories, as the experience will be more enjoyable when you can interact directly with the people you meet there. 

When you learn Arabic, the learning of other languages ​​such as French or English will be easier for you and you will be more able to express yourself. 

Celebrities who know Arabic language 

At a time when most Arab youth give up their mother language, and try to use the English or French language and sing and flaunt their foreign language and their American, British or French accent, a large number of foreign educated youth rushed to learn Arabic as a language of writing, reading and conversation, among them: 

Natalie Portman 

Born in Jerusalem and one of Hollywood's most established stars, she has appeared in nearly 50 movies, including Zoolander, Thor, and Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. 

In 2010, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the psychological horror Black Swan. 

Portman is fluent in several languages ​​including French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, and Arabic language. 

Sami Zayn 

Known as Sami Zain by WWE pro wrestling fans. Before signing with the sporting entertainment juggernaut, Sebei made a name for himself on the independent wrestling scene as El Generico masked wrestler. Born in Quebec, Canada to Syrian parents and raised Muslim, he was fluent in the Arabic and always made time to address Arab fans in their native language when WWE visits the Middle East. In 2013, Al-Subaie launched the "Sami for Syria" campaign, a fundraising campaign aimed at increasing the availability of medical care in Syria. 


A UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, she founded the Pies Descalzos Foundation, which provides education to more than 4,000 children across Colombia. She is also a well-known academic and is fluent in French, English, Portuguese, Italian and Arabic, among other languages. 

Arabic language centers in Dubai 

The best place to study and learn Arabic language is United Arab Emirates – Dubai, it takes about 80 weeks. 

You have to do research to check the suitable language center in Dubai, to save your time the most important courses is an online courses

It would be easier when you learn it online in special classes such as Mezan Institute.