Written Arabic is from right to left of a page and a book starts from back-to-front from a Western perspective. Numbers, however, are written from left to right. The Arabic alphabet also forms the basis of languages including Persian/Farsi, Urdu, Pashto and Kurdish, for which we also provide translation.
Over 200m people speak the Arabic language which is the official language of 22 countries located between Southwest Asia and North Africa.
The Arabic language consists of two forms and four dialects. Classical Arabic, used by scholars, is nowadays a written rather than a spoken language whereas Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) is widely used throughout the Arab world.
The spoken dialects are to be heard in the following country groups and we have the right Arabic translator for your translation from English to Arabic wherever you wish to use it.
Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine have Levantine Arabic
Egypt has Egyptian Arabic
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Yemen and Iraq have Gulf Arabic
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya have Mahgrebi Arabic
In-depth linguistic and cultural knowledge are needed to deliver a quality Arabic translation service or for any formal tasks involving the Arabic language. A qualified, serious Arabic translator is key and we can provide the Arabic translator you need.