Arabic Language Training in Bangalore
IULE has developed training modules to meet international Arabic language standards. The training is designed specifically to meet your requirements. We aim at acquainting the beginners with the basics of Arabic language and eventually teach them to learn, read or write. The student gains confidence in the language as all the sessions are very interactive and fun filled.
Arabic Language Translation Service in Bangalore
The Arabic language dictionary is vast and the English-Arabic dictionary is growing with both languages using words interchangeably. An Arabic word may have different translations and only a well learned Arabic linguistic would be able to use the right traditional words in the right context.
Arabic Language Interpretation Service in Bangalore
We expect an interpreter to recognize, understand and speak in the required language fluently. Also, interpreters are supposed to have knowledge on various topics. At IULE, we have interpreters mainlining or rather improving their Arabic language skills and also have a good hold on current affairs and other topics.
A few words about the great Arabic Language
Arabic is the official language of the countries forming the Arab League. It is spoken by around 200 million people spread across Southwest Asia to Northwest Africa. It is also the sacred language for a billion Muslims across the world because the Holy Quran was revealed in Arabic. Arabic language has two classifications: Classical Arabic or Fus-ha forming the base of semantic and grammar of Modern Standard Arabic. There are different dialects in the Arabic language because of its vast geographical spread. Arabic is also one of the official languages of the United Nations.
English has adopted quite a few words from Arabic. The pronunciation of certain words is right from the throat’s epiglottis. The sentence formation is typically different from English. Also, Arabic is written from Left to Right unlike other languages. Being a Semitic language, it has similarities with other Semitic languages like Hebrew and Aramaic. Certain languages such as Persian/Farsi, Urdu, Pasto or Kurdish use the Arabic alphabets.
Arabic language has recorded inscriptions dated as back as 8th century written in Epigraphic South Arabic Musnad. The language started among Nomadic tribes in the Arabian Peninsula even before the origin of Islam. Holy Quran is considered to be the first Arabic book. Arabic poems appreciated in the 6th century were not recorded. AL-Hamadhani created maqamat- Badi al Zaman which is a series of prose. Ibn Battutah, a great traveller captured his travel expeditions. Newspapers were available since 1850s. Jurji Zaydan’s novel brought popularity but what marked the ranks was Zaynab by Haykal. Taha Husayn is considered as the greatest artist in Arabic literature. Qurashi, Tahir, Mahrun are renowned poets. Arabic literature flourished during the Islamic Golden Age and is alive till today with poems and prose achieving success.
Arabs are known for their hospitality. However, Arabs put their hand across their chest instead of handshake as form of greeting. Arab countries are reforming their business regulation to extend economic opportunities for entrepreneurs. Huge investments can be made in finance, real estate, tourism. Cultural exchange of Arab countries across the globe is visible and hence the understanding of Arab language and culture can give you a comfortable edge in the Arab world. There are many expatriates in Arab countries. Knowing the language can make your life simpler and more enjoyable. You can experience Arab culture only through Arabic. Learning Arabic is challenging but rewarding.