Do you need translations into Arabic?: Arabic translations by qualified, native Arabic translalators
- Classical Arabic: it is the official language of Quran and the liturgical language of Islam. It is also a literary language. During the first century of Islam, the majority of Arabic poets as well as writers used Classical Arabic as their mother tongue.
- Modern Standard Arabic: it is the direct descendant of literary Arabic. This form of Arabic is considered a high-prestige language and dominates printed material, official documents and non-entertainment content in the Arab world. The differences between Classical Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic boil down to modernisation and simplification.
- Arabic local dialects: it is the non-standard form of Arabic and can sometimes be mutually unintelligible. This dialect continuum has evolved based on social, political, cultural and historical considerations. Paired with diglossia, it has rewarded Arabic with an immense vocabulary.