The Arabic language is spoken throughout many countries and continents. Ranging from the Western region of Asia to the Horn of Africa and the Northern area of Africa, Arabic is a dialect that is a member of the Afroasiatic language family. Often, narrators who speak the Arabic language have an understanding or ability to pronounce the closely related dialects of Hebrew and Aramaic. Unlike other languages where the linguistic communication is standardized, Arabic has many different varieties. Each of these different forms is region-specific. When choosing a professional Arabic voice narration for a project, it will be necessary to know which specific dialect is needed. The most common form of Arabic, the speech used for television, news, and education, is that which is derived from the Quran. This group encompasses Literary Arabic and Modern Arabic. Choosing to use this version will suit a larger target audience than one of the smaller subsets of the language. As Arabic is a very old language, with 6th century origins, it has influenced many of the modern languages used around the world today. Arabic vocabulary and linguistics are found in Bosnian, Kurdish, Hindi, Indonesian, Swahili, and the Persian languages, among many others. With Voice Crafters, the professional voice narration services available are abundant. We offer a variety of male and female Arabic narrators and are positive that one will be the perfect choice for your voice project. Contact us today for a free quote for your Arabic voice needs.