What are the uses of learning the Arabic language in India?
Learning another language can open doors and take you down twisting and turning paths you might never have expected to take before. In a fast-paced, constantly changing hyper-connected world, we rely on many forms of communication to create connections and build understanding between groups. Foreign language learning can allow for unique opportunities for both personal and professional growth, so, for aspiring language students, choosing the right one to invest your time in — to learn and develop both written and conversational skills — is an important decision. Arabic is a fascinating, complex language with a rich history and beautiful script, and it’s definitely worth consideration as a field of study!
Let's now see the uses of learning Arabic language in India!
1. Arab’s lucrative business opportunities
Arabic is home to one of the most qualified and famous high-tech designs globally, especially in heavy-duty machinery, security, and information technology. Arabic is also renowned for being the second-largest exporter of high-tech military and civilian grade systems of all categories. The country is also known to be the world’s most foremost exporter of grain as in 2016, and most of Europe depends on it for a third of its gas supply. The country has a lot of natural mineral resources. Arabic companies are significant players in the global economic stage.
2.You’ll be able to converse with the locals effectively.
In Arab, most of the native people are well versed in Arabic. So it would be nice if you speak with them in their own language. When they feel attached to their language ( any state as of matter), they are likely to extend a warm welcome to you, if you speak in Arabic; esp with local drivers or shop owners. It is the administrative language of Arabian countries. Hence it is most preferred in government offices. you can make your living much easier if you know Arabic in Arab
3. Arab has a fascinating culture
You can learn a lot about Arabic culture through its literature and language. What bookworm wouldn’t love to be able to read Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and Pushkin in the language they actually wrote in? Learning Arab will allow you to understand the complexity of this culture. The Arabic language has many nuances lacking in English. For example, when I was studying Arabic I read The Little Prince. I noticed that English sometimes needed six words to express a concept, while two or three sufficed in Arabic. While that may seem like an oversimplification, it isn’t. The sparsity of function words – articles, “helper” verbs, connectors, and some prepositions – leaves more room for meaningful words.
4.Freedom to Explore
You can travel to an Arab without knowing a single word. Depending on what you want out of your experience, that might be OK. But knowing the language unlocks the real country for you. Language barriers can be frustrating, especially if you’re the type to explore. Imagine visiting Arab and being able to order meals and ask for directions, by yourself! Arab has lots of English in its bigger cities. But the locals will appreciate you trying to speak in their own language. Knowing the language will allow you to see and do things that many tourists cannot
5. Higher studies opportunities in Arab
One of the reasons most people are taking up Arab is that the country is a haven of scientific intelligence and a high-class research centre. Presently, the rate of Indian students choosing to study medicine in Arab is increasing each year. The Arabic educational sector is highly developed, and they are among the best in scientific subjects like Physics, chemistry, biology, and more. Today, many Indians choose to pursue the Medical course in Arabic thanks to the high level of education combined with affordable fees.
6.Travel will be easier in Arabic speaking countries
If you are someone who enjoys travelling off the beaten path, someone who always has itchy feet or unquenchable wanderlust, then you will definitely want to consider studying Arabic. Travel will be much easier in Arab countries if you speak, read, and write Arabic. As the official language in 20 countries, you’ll gain access and be able to better interact with people in these countries if you know at least basic Arabic — and experience true ‘Arab hospitality. Once a native speaker of Arabic hears a foreigner speak a few words in Arabic, they are usually very eager and happy to help you learn their language.
Whether it is for professional, social, or personal reasons, learning at least one foreign tongue is a must for anyone that wants to move ahead in today’s time.
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