Program for Strategic Research and Studies

The Arabic Language

Arabic is ranked among the world’s top six languages and is considered a critical language in various international circuits. It is so widely used that it is one of the official languages of the UN; along with Chinese, English, Spanish, French, and Russian. Spoken by about 250 million people worldwide, it is a Semitic language, placing it in the same family as Hebrew and Aramaic. It comes in various forms, such as Classical Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic, as well as local and regional dialects. If you wish to learn more, feel free to use some of the web resources below.

A beginner Arabic course, provided by Polly Lingual

Arabic grammar resources