Have you ever observed somewhere a bunch of letters written on the sides of pictures of beautiful historical monuments like Taj Mahal, Mecca and others? Do you know what are they? They are actually Arabic letters and this graphical beauty is the essence of this Arabic language.
These days the Arabic language has become quite vital due to global trade and business operations in oil and energy trade, of which the Middle East (the major Arabic speaking region) is a prime hub. According to an estimate, there are around 200 million people who are fluent speakers of this language. There are many countries which have Arabic as their official language. Therefore, business transactions & cultural exchanges in these countries require a proper understanding of this language. This very reason leads to the high demand of the Arabic translators.
However, this language has been considered as one of the most difficult languages as-
- There are 28 alphabets in this language which are written from right to left
- It is a rich language with thousands of expressions and extra characters which are quite different from the Latin language that is in roots of most fluently used languages of this world.
- Not much research has been done on this language catering to the modern IT development. This is considered a technologically underdeveloped language.
Translation into Arabic becomes a tough task as there are no clear standards and particular ways for the same. Many translators just follow their instincts while translation. However, if you are looking for accuracy, you must only consider some native professionals from a reputed Arabic translation company.