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Classification of Arabic languages
This article is about the historical language group. For the modern general language (macrolanguage), see Arabic. For the separate South Semitic language group, see Modern South Arabian languages.
The Arabic language family are divided into several categories; Old Arabic, Literary Varieties, and Modern Vernaculars[1]
Arabic
Geographic
distribution
North Africa, Middle East, Malta
Linguistic classificationAfro-Asiatic
Arabic
Glottologarab1394
See also
Notes
^ Jallad, Ahmad (2020). "Al-Jallad. A Manual of the Historical Grammar of Arabic". Academia.edu.
Literature
Last edited on 13 April 2021, at 19:07
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