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What kind of arabic?

Arabic is such a diverse language - it is confusing in a way.

What i mean is that unless you want to learn FusHah - you are learning about 12 different languages really, because of the differences in vocabulary (e.g. where  ayna, fen, wayn etc).

So is there a form of arabic that is used in daily life that is a sort of standard. (I don't mean egyptian, even though it is widely understood.)

merHaban kullunaa!

 

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salam 3alaikom

u r native english nd u know different between  dialect nd language so if u want to be understood in arabic world ,u need to learn Fusha but if want to be understood in such country u need to learn its dialect

if u need a help i m in ur service..thnx

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