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World Languages

Arabic

As the only dialect group of the Old North Arabian dialect, Arabic is truly a socio-linguistic language. As a widely spoken language in the United States and aboard, there is great value in learning and understanding the Arabic and its style. Not only will you learn how to communicate and write in Arabic, you will also examine the impact the Arabic language has on other languages. For example, did you know that the English language borrowed the word "candy" from the spoken language of Arabic? Learn about the classifications of the Arabic language and how the phonology varies. Immerse yourself in the history and roots here in the subject of Arabic.