Arabic Language

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How you doing guys? Does anyone of you know to get certificated for proficiency in Arabic language or get any type of certification to acknowledge someone's knowledge, like the TOEIC in English, JLPT in Japanese, etc. ?


By the way, according to your opinions, What's the best middle east country to live in?

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Where would you like to study Arabic?

Within Europe, there are many institutions from where you can study Arabic and get a certificate - but not sure about a specific exam type to be honest :)

I know ESL in Switzerland for example to be particularly wonderful

also in the Oriental institute in Dresden

For the best middle east country, if you mean more economically development and high standard of living? I suggest UAE


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