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Middle East Language
Foreign LanguageThe Afro-Asiatic Language is represented by the Arabic and Hebrew Languages. Indo-European Languages are represented by Persian and Kurdish. Meanwhile Turkish belongs to the Turkic Language Family. There are also 20 minority languages in the Middle East.
Little Known Facts
"The oldest form of Arabic literature is poetry." Read more at International House
" Arabic is related to two Semitic languages still used in the Middle East chiefly Hebrew in its ancient liturgical and modern (nineteenth and twentieth-century) revival forms, but also Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia." read more at Encyclopedia
Foreign Languages Translator History Asia Maps
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Online Books
Arabic for Dummies By Amine Bouchentouf
Wikitravel Arabic phrasebook
Language and Society in Middle East and North Africa
Reflections of Knowledge and Language in the Middle East
Online Resources
al-bib Wikitionary The Arab World Oriental Institute
CSUSM Omligot Indiana University Arabic Learning Resources
IonWeb BellaOnline Multi Trees Wikipedia Afro-Asiatic
Wikipedia Scholarly Articles Arabic Languages