Originating in the Arabian Peninsula around the 8th century BCE, Arabic is the official language of 22 countries. It is a language primarily associated with the Middle East and North Africa. It is also the language in which the Holy Quran was originally written in.
Arabic is a member of the Semitic language family which includes Aramaic, Amharic (spoken in Ethiopia), Hebrew, Tigre (spoken in South Sudan), Tigrinya (spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea), and Maltese.
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Arabic levels offered at MEDLI are Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced.