Arabic language characteristics
Arabic is a Semitic language, it has 28 letters, and it is written
from right to left. Many letter sounds in Arabic are unfamiliar to
English speakers. In addition to singular and plural constructs, Arabic
has a form called “dual” that indicates precisely two of something.
There are no capital and lowercase letters—all the letters are the same.
The form of the letter, however, changes depending on its position
(beginning, middle, end) in a word. Some connect only on one side,
others on both. The letter shapes include loops and dots another
features that lend an artistic quality to the script
Arabic words generally derive from three-letter roots that are
modified according to specific rules in order to construct groups of
words whose meanings relate to each other. Extensive word families are
constructed in Arabic by adding prefixes, infixes (letters added inside
the word), and suffixes to a three-letter root in a series of set
patterns. In fact, when using an Arabic dictionary, one does not simply
look up words alphabetically. The three-letter root must first be
determined, and then it can be located alphabetically in the dictionary.
Under the root, the different words that belong to that word family are
Why do you need Arabic translation?
There are several reasons why you need translation from English to
Arabic or vice versa, one of the main reasons is to expand your business
market by entering a 22 Arab countries of more than 100 million
consumers including the rich states of the Arabian Gulf. You may also
want to open to other people cultures and know what the others are