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Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:20 am

Four great reasons to learn Arabic

by adv1 » Mon Apr 28, 2014 8:47 am

When it comes to hobbies and pastimes, everybody is different and unique, and everybody has their own passions and things they take real pride in. Some people prefer to play golf. Others prefer cycling, walking, hiking, gardening, home brewing, painting etc, yet what you may be pretty surprised to learn, is that a large number of people actually enjoy learning new languages, and dedicate a large quantity of their time to learning a new language. Now, when you consider which languages most people are likely to learn, French and Spanish will probably be the two most common examples that pop into your head, and whilst they’re both extremely common and popular languages to learn, Arabic is also a surprisingly popular example which you may not have considered. If you’d like to better yourself and learn a new language, here are four great reasons to learn Arabic.

It’s the 5th most commonly spoken language on the planet – Arabic is actually the official language in over 20 countries all over the world, and there are actually well over 300 million speakers of the Arabic language. Many of the speakers are situated in the Middle East, but there are also large minority groups of Arabic speakers all over the world, many of them located in large and popular cities and business districts. As if that wasn’t enough, it is also an official language of the Arab League, the UN, and many more on top of that.

There are a very low percentage of westerners who speak Arabic – Outside of the Middle East; there are a very small percentage of westerners who speak Arabic, which means that communication can become more and trickier as the language barrier begins to grow. Many Western businesses actually employ Arabic speakers, yet if Western citizens cannot speak the language, it can make doing business extremely difficult indeed.

It can provide you with job opportunities – If you would like to learn Arabic, not only would you be learning a fascinating and extremely beautiful language, but you’d also be providing yourself with a great opportunity to spread your wings, broaden your horizons, and head abroad to countries that speak Arabic as their native language, and gain employment as a result. Say you wanted to work in a school in the Middle East for example, teaching English maybe. As you would be fluent in both languages, you’d be able to communicate with the pupils in their native tongue, as well as teach them how to learn the English language.

It’s great to be able to speak a foreign language – Let’s face it, if you’ve ever been to a restaurant abroad, in Spain perhaps, and you’ve witness an English person communicate with the waiting staff in their native language, Spanish, you probably thought that they looked pretty cool, and found yourself becoming ever so slightly jealous. Yes, learning to speak a foreign language is pretty great, and it also helps to make you look a little cooler, and allows you to show off a little in front of your friends and family.
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