Our Arabic translation team consists of
Arabic is a Central Semitic language, related to and classified alongside other Semitic languages such as Hebrew and Syriac. It is the most widely spoken among the Semitic languages, with more than 280 million native Arabic speakers (mostly in the Middle East and North Africa) and 250 million people who speak it as a second language. While different spoken varieties of Arabic exist and differ according to region, Standard Arabic is widely taught in schools and universities, used in workplaces and the media. Standard Arabic is based on Classical Arabic, a literary language and the liturgical language of Islam. Arabic was a major vehicle of culture in Europe during the Middle Ages; due to this, the proximity of European and Arab civilizations, and 700 years of Arab rule in the Iberian Peninsula, the Arabic influence is seen in numerous other languages. Arabic has also borrowed words from many languages – from classical languages, such as Hebrew, Persian and Syriac, to contemporary European languages. There are centrifugal tendencies in spoken Arabic, caused especially by the discrepancies between the written and spoken forms. Arabic is written with the Arabic alphabet and in the spoken language many sounds are used that do not appear in European languages at all. Arabic is the official language in many countries, including Egypt, Morocco, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Tunisia and many others; it is also one of the official languages of the United Nations.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
6th Of October City (EG), Abu Dhabi (AE), Agadir (MA), Al Buraimi (OM), Al Karak (JO), Al Khuwair (OM), Alexandria (EG), Amman (JO), Aquaba (JO), Aswan (EG), Az Zarqua (JO), Banha (EG), Bizerte (TN), Cairo (EG), Casablanca (MA), Dubai (AE), Etisalat (AE), Fes (MA), Fujairah (AE), Giza (EG), Heliopolis (EG), Hurghada (EG), Jumeirah (AE), Les Berges Du Lac (TN), Madaba (JO), Marrakech (MA), Muscat (OM), Nador (MA), Oujda (MA), Port Said (EG), Rabat (MA), Saham (OM), Salt (JO), Salé (MA), Sharjah (AE), Sousse (TN), Sur (OM), Tangier (MA), Tanta (EG), Taza (MA), Tunis (TN),