Arabic is a part of the Semitic language group, together with Aramaic, Hebrew, Phoenician and Uyghur languages. It has been spoken since the sixth century, when Islam was adopted in the Arabian Peninsula and the language was standardized. The literary language is called Modern Standard Arabic and it is the only official form of language, in addition to a number of colloquial languages, which is the common name for all dialects of Arabic language, which has not changed in writing from the 7th century, when the Quran was written.
Arabic language has influenced many other languages where Islam was adopted as religion and in that sense it has similarities with Latin, which had the biggest influence on European languages. Many European languages also have Arabic words in its roots, especially Romance languages. Arabic language was influenced to a lesser extent by other languages like Ethiopian, Persian, Old Greek, Turkish, French and English, and due to large distribution of its speakers - there are differences between standard and spoken language forms.
We have part-time court interpreters for Arabic language in our team and therefore we can always respond to your needs quickly and translate and certify documents for which the stamp of an Arabic language court interpreter is necessary.
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