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    Arabic is the official language in 22 countries, which also for the Arab league. It is also the second major language in Chad, Israel, Chechnya, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkenistan, Tajikistan, Bangladesh, Djibouti and Mauritania. In addition, Arabic is the language of the holy Quran, all Muslims irrespective of nationality are to some degree familiar with Arabic, and therefore influenced by how language works. The formal Arabic language is knows as Al-Fusha or Classical Arabic, which is the language used in the Quran and is considered as the foundation of the syntactic and grammatical norms of Arabic. Al-Fusha remains widely used by scholars, poets and taught in schools. Today, it’s considered more of a written language…

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    Although Arabic language has a rich system of masculine and feminine genders, women are always seen linguistically inferior to men (Mahmoud, 1993). And worst of all is that many people, including women, consider this to be normal in a society where women are still struggling for their fundamental rights. In other words, women are not seen as separate human beings; they are always attached to men in family interaction, university contexts and media. It is worth mentioning that we no longer live…

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    We all love traveling no matter how old we are, traveling it’s always something interest us. We might fear flights or we get dizzy from driving or we get sick from oceans, but we still would go on a vacation and we always choose a place that we can discover. Traveling it’s fun, but sometimes something stops us from going where we want and that is languages. This world has so many languages. It could be more than one language in one country. In Iraq, we have five or six different languages. I was…

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    got his musical education in percussion performance from Boston. • Before the workshop starts, there was an Arabic class practice speaking the Arabic langue with the musicians. They talked about music and the illustrated the different instruments they have in Arabic. It is interesting to compare the terms used in Arabic and English for lots of elements in the music culture. The Arabic language is complicated and has a wide range of variations between on region to the other. Consequently, an…

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    Saudi Arabia people respect who is talkative and have bold personality. It’s part of our culture, that people know my personality by my way of speaking to them. As I am known in Saudi Arabia that I have a strong personality because of my way of speaking Arabic. I didn’t know that my personality will change in different language. Communication is so important in our life, and the only value to communicate is speaking. As I said that I am talkative and have the good sense to choose interesting…

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    East. Suddenly I heard someone talking in a loud sound saying “selet al-isha ya Welid”? I realised the voice was coming from outside dictating the silence in the phenomenon chapel I was reading in. I instantaneously shifted my attention to the conversation between three young adults speaking with a mixed Arabic and English language. I become conscious that the question was directed to someone called Welid whether he performed the al-isha prayers or not. I can communicate in Arabic language. The…

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    Find an audio link of the Qu’ran being recited. Listen to it, and describe your impression of it as you listen. http://www.quranexplorer.com/quran/ • The recitation of Quran in Arabic sounds melodious and gave me tingles that ran up and down my spine. The speakers soothing Arabic voice and normal pronunciation tempo makes it sound as if he is reciting a poem or singing a song. 4, List five facts about the text of the Qur’an…

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    1. Pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts at the University of Pennsylvania would allow me the opportunity to work alongside professionals, involving me in important research of the socio-political concerns in the Middle East. The MLA program will provide me with an accommodating schedule to fulfill a degree that will integrate advanced Arabic language courses with political coursework on the Arab world. This, I believe, would be the ideal opportunity to further my passion for Arabic studies in the…

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    They moved in with us last year because they were to study at a school near my home. This was meant to reduce the distance between their home and the school. During weekends and holidays we are bound to visit their parents. My uncle and his wife live 200 kilometers away and the kids usually miss them. During such visits we are often required to spend a day or two so as to give the children time to spend with their parents. What is the role of language within your family? Arabic language plays a…

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    "Arabic became the almost universal language of arts, sciences and letters between 750 and 1250," explains Arthur Goldschmidt, Jr., in his book "A Concise History of the Middle East." A long list of Arabic words entered Western languages at this time, and were part of both scientific and philosophical lexicons, and the language of trade and commerce. They include: al-kuhl (alcohol), al-miral (admiral), sukkar (sugar) and qahwah (coffee). Arabic's prominent use in Muslim Spain caused…

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