Arabic is a language that has been spoken and spread all over the globe. Approximately over three hundred million people in population speak it all over the world. The origin comes from the nomadic tribes around the Arabian Peninsula located in the desert region. Its preservation draws back from the 7th century through the revaluation of the Quran. The language is composed of the region of countries in the North Africa and the Middle East. These countries are diverse with each other on dialects, cultural norms, and political perception. The countries have a collective gross domestic product valued at $2.754 trillion. Their markets are emerging at a high rate like Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ranking 11, 2 and eight respectively regarding oil production in the world( Gerges, 2014). The oil production contributes to the high-level output GDP. A common market in the selling of the oil products makes the Arabic language been established and made a common market language. Language development results from long history leading to the sophisticated communication systems.

Three form of Arabic dialects: colloquial Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic and classical Arabic. MSA in the Arabic countries is derived from Quran and taught in both schools and universities. It is used to verify the degrees in the media, workplaces and government institutions. Evaluation of the degree defers due to the rational classical Arabic. However, Arab countries have its own colloquial Arabic which is much different from modern standard Arabic. Arabic language related to the Arabic arises from the division from language barriers among the Arabic countries. It has grown in the 21st century with everyone eying the UAE markets for their market commodities. The language is well preserved since its origin through the cultural values and political styles observed.


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