Arabic language

Arabic texts for the subjects law, medicine and economy are translated into Arabic or German by experienced and specialized translators of the translation team ( )

The Arabic language is one of the biggest world languages and has become a world language only by its role as sacral language. It is the most common language of the Semitic part of the Afro-asiatic language family and one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Arabic is the language of the Koran and basic knowledge of this language is required to understand the Islamic religion and culture. The Arabic letters play an important role in the Islamic art. The letters of the Arabic language are completely different from those of the Hebrew language. However, common characteristics of these two languages are clearly audible. According to their origin both spellings are consonantal alphabets, written from the right to the left side. Vowels are formed by a system of points and stripes.

Originally the Arabic language was the language of the North Arabian tribes. The language and especially the Arabic letters came to Northern Africa and central Asia with the Islam. The Arabic letters were also used by Persian and Turkish peoples, but they kept their own languages.