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Peninsular Arabic, or Southern Arabic, are the varieties of Arabic spoken throughout the Arabian Peninsula. Wikipedia

  • Variety of Arabic spoken by the Hadhrami people living in the Hadhramaut. Also spoken by many emigrants, who migrated from the Hadhramaut to the Horn of Africa , East Africa (Comoros, Zanzibar, Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique), Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore) and, recently, to the other Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Wikipedia

  • Gulf Arabic

    Variety of the Arabic language spoken in Eastern Arabia around the coasts of the Persian Gulf in Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, as well as parts of eastern Saudi Arabia (Eastern Province), southern Iraq (Basra Governorate and Muthanna Governorate), and by some Iranian Arabs and northern Oman. Gulf Arabic can be defined as a set of closely related and more or less mutually intelligible varieties that form a dialect continuum, with the level of mutual intelligibility between any two varieties largely depending on the distance between them. Wikipedia

  • Mashriqi Arabic

    Mashriqi Arabic (Eastern Arabic), or Mashriqi ʿAmmiya, encompasses the varieties of Arabic spoken in the Mashriq, including the countries of Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, Kuwait, Jordan, Syria, Cyprus, Turkey, Iraq, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Bahrain and Qatar. Sometimes referred to as Eastern Arabic, as opposed to Western Arabic and includes Mesopotamian Arabic and Gulf Arabic, along with Egyptian Arabic, Sudanese Arabic, and Levantine Arabic. Wikipedia

  • Arab world

    Al-ʿarabī), also known as the Arab nation (الأمة العربية al-ummah al-ʿarabīyyah), the Arabsphere, or the Arab states, consists of the 22 Arab countries which are members of the Arab League. Island country off the coast of East Africa. Wikipedia

  • Mesopotamian Arabic

    Continuum of mutually-intelligible varieties of Arabic native to the Mesopotamian basin of Iraq as well as spanning into Syria, Iran, southeastern Turkey, and spoken in Iraqi diaspora communities. Aramaic Syriac substrate, and also shares significant influences from ancient Mesopotamian languages of Sumerian and Akkadian, as well as Persian, Turkish, Kurdish and Greek. Wikipedia

  • Hejazi Arabic

    Variety of Arabic spoken in the Hejaz region in Saudi Arabia. Strictly speaking, there are two main groups of dialects spoken in the Hejaz region, one by the urban population, originally spoken mainly in the cities of Jeddah, Mecca and Medina and another by the urbanized rural and bedouin populations. Wikipedia


    Sentences forPeninsular Arabic

    • Geographically, modern Arabic varieties are classified into five groups: Maghrebi, Egyptic, Mesopotamian, Levantine and Peninsular Arabic.Varieties of Arabic-Wikipedia
    • Saudis speak one of the accents and dialects of the Peninsular Arabic, including the Hejazi, Najdi, Gulf and Southern Arabic dialects (which includes Bareqi), as a mother tongue.Saudis-Wikipedia
    • Hejazi Arabic belongs to the western Peninsular Arabic branch of the Arabic language, which itself is a Semitic language.Hejazi Arabic-Wikipedia
    • Sudanese Arabs have been described as ethnically, culturally and linguistically Arab, but are generally distinct from Peninsular Arabs and Peninsular Arabic-speaking peoples.Sudanese Arabs-Wikipedia
    • The syntax has many similarities to other Peninsular Arabic dialects.Hadhrami Arabic-Wikipedia
    • The main phonological feature that differentiates urban Hejazi from other peninsular dialects is the pronunciation of the letters ,, and (see Hejazi Arabic Phonology), while retaining the standard pronunciation of.Hejazi Arabic-Wikipedia

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