Why Modern Standard and Colloquial Arabic? In Arabic, the written form is substantially different from the spoken…to the point that it justifies learning it on its own. FusHa is the formal/written medium of Arabic, rarely spoken but commonly used in literature, historical manuscripts, government documentation, and religious or ceremonial contexts. The two types of FusHa are called Classical and Modern Standard (MSA). Modern Standard Arabic is the most commonly taught form of FusHa.
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