English To Arabic Typing Online Tool
Fascinated by the beauty of the Arabic language and want to use it in typing? We know, typing in Arabic with your keyboard could be a tough grind. So in order to help the Arabic writers and learners, we have developed a tool called English to Arabic online typing. This website allows you to convert your text by simply typing in English, followed by space between two consecutive words. Entered words will be converted automatically. Hence, easing up the process of typing in the Arabic language.
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Steps To Write In Arabic Using Your English Keyboard
1) Enter any word in English like – kayf [Press Space] halik
2) It will automatically convert it to - كيف حالك
3) You can try this in the box given below.
If you want more suggestions, just press the backspace button twice.
*In addition, it provides the Microsoft word format, giving all the options of Bold, Underline, Italics and Alignment within the same window.
The History of Arabic Language:
Arabic language or al-rabiyya, also known as the language of the Holy Quran and Hadits is one of the most beautiful and well-styled languages. It is believed to be the vernacular for people living in about 28 countries, from Africa to the middle east, most Arab countries. It is the fifth most spoken language across the globe serving as a vernacular for over 200 million people. It is one of the VI languages used in the United Nation international conferences. The scripts read from right to left with 28 consonants in the alphabets, making it one of the quirkiest language. The beautiful carpets with texts written in Arabic format can be easily spotted in many houses.
Varieties of Arabic Language
1. The classical Arabic of the Qur’an:
It is considered to be the Original and the most sacred form of Arabic. People have faith that God himself wrote his teachings in this language.
2. Modern Standard Arabic-Mostly Used as official languages in many countries. More suitable for modern times, mostly formal literature.
3. Arabic dialects- The most common form of Arabic (amiya) . Vary from country to country. However, due to the increasing globalization, the communication gap created by slight pronunciation differences has been filled.
Roots of Arabic Language
One of the oldest languages that are still used, read, and loved by people all across the globe. The son of Adnan and Ismael started to spread in the Arabic peninsula. It is part of one branch of the Central Sematic language. The earliest scripture that was Classical Arabic was in Ein vdat inscription, found in the First century BC. A large number of the early form of Arabic inscriptions were found from the 4th century BC -6th century BC. The holy Quran was written in seven forms of classical Arabic, in the 7th century BC.
Expansion of Arabic Language
Arabic spread throughout the middle east and Africa with the expansion of Islam. Because of the wide expansion, there is so much variation in each form. However, the dialect is the base or root, through which all the various forms could be understood effortlessly.
Morphology of Arabic Language
The Arabic language is mostly constructed from a 3 to 4 letter root. It consists of root and template- template telling about the specific details and root telling the core meaning.
It has a great influence on many languages all across the world, the main being Portuguese, Spanish, and Somali language from Africa. Despite being one of the oldest languages and its large mix-up with many languages, it has managed to preserve its identity for a very long time. Hope this Unique, stylish and graceful language keeps on living through centuries and keeps impressing people with its classical depth and beauty.