The other is spoken Arabic, which encompasses many colloquial dialects which vary by region.This means that if you pick up conversational Arabic in Tunisia, it might still be tough to be understood in Kuwait.For all dialects of Arabic, pronunciation is difficult for English speakers, as many consonants are formed at the back of the mouth.

Most letters change shape depending on their position in the word, and letters may or may not be joined.

The most basic challenge in tackling written Arabic is in reading from right to left, working against an English speaker’s deeply embedded instinct.

Arabic grammar has very few parallels with English and Indo-European languages.

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