Convert English To Arabic

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Amazed by the charm of Arabic language and desire to type it with your English keypad/keyboard?

We understand that typing in Arabic is not that easy for new learners and native speakers too who never typed in Arabic before. That’s why we made a magical English to Arabic language converter tool which can solve your typing problems. Don’t believe me, just check it your self by following these simple steps.

“Steps on how to use English to Arabic language converter tool” :

  • Type your desired word in English language
  • Press Space after every word, even after the last word of the sentence.
  • If you still didn’t got the instructions then follow this : {Kayf (Press space) halik (press space) }
  • كيف حالك (how are you) will be the result of your English word, it’s amazing isn’t it?
  • You can convert as many words you want. Just don’t forget to press space.
  • Copying it from somewhere and pasting it here won’t show proper results. So type it manually for better results.

I hope you understood how to use English to Arabic converter tool. Let’s learn about the History behind this Arabic language and it’s importance.

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Importance of Arabic language :

Arabic which is also known as Al-Arabiyyah and Arabi is an official language of 26 nations. It have more than 422 million speakers and mostly spoken in the region of Middle East and North Africa. Arabic is also official language of United nations besides other 5 languages.

Arabic is a liturgical language of Islam since Holy Quran & Hadith are written in Arabic language. Around 1.8 billion Muslims have basic literacy on Arabic language.

Arabic language have influenced so many Asian, European and African language like Persian, Turkish, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Malay, Armenian, Sicilian, Greek, Spanish, etc.

Arabic is written from right to left just like Persian and Urdu. If you’re interested to learning Persian then visit English to Persian typing converter. Now let’s understand the History of Arabic language.


History of Arabic language :

Arabic is a Semitic language which is widely spoken in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Yemen, Egypt , Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, etc. It belongs to Afro-Asiatic language family. The oldest semitic language is Amharic, which is mainly spoken in Africa. To learn about the oldest semitic language visit English to Amharic typing converter.

Linguists believe that Arabic language is 2000 years old. But oldest known Arabic inscription is from 7th century AD. Arabic ranks 6th in the list of the most spoken language around the world.

Most of the oldest Arabic inscription are discovered from Syria. Before the birth of Islam there were many Arabic dialects there’s wasn’t any standard Arabic language at that time. But a dialect called “Koine” was used for writing poems in Arabic was common among all Arabic speakers. The literatures written in “Koine” are the earliest examples of Classical Arabic language. Holy Quran is also written in Classical Arabic in 7th Century AD.

Arabic language spread throughout the Asia, Africa and Europe during Islamic invasion in the form of Conquests and Trades. During the golden age of Islam, many prose and scientific literatures have been written that made Arabic lingua franca of entire Middle east and north African countries.

Every Arabic speaker use two forms of the Arabic language in Daily Life. One is standard Arabic for newspaper, Media, Books, formal speeches, etc. Second is their regional dialect which they use in Daily conversation.

Now let’s learn about the varieties of dialect in Arabic language.

Dialects of Oriya language :

Major dialects of Oriya language

  • Gulf Arabic (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait )
  • Moroccan (Morocco )
  • Omani (Oman)
  • Yemeni (Yemen)
  • Sudanese (Sudan)
  • Algerian (Algeria)
  • Libyan (Libya)
  • Saharan ( Algeria, Niger, Mali)
  • Tunisian (Tunisia)
  • Egyptian (Egypt)
  • Judeo Arabic (Jews of Middle East)
  • Levantine (Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Syria)
  • Najdi (Saudi Arabia, Qatar)
  • Bahraini (Bahrain)
  • Juba (South Sudan), etc

Since Arabic is a diglossic language (using two forms of language parallelly). Most of the Arabic speaking countries use their own dialect for conversation but for educational, news and official purpose all use standard Arabic.


Uses of English to Arabic converter

English to Arabic convertor tool can be used for official tasks as well as Unofficial tasks like messaging friends and family.

This tool helps those who want to type in Arabic but don’t know how to type in Arabic properly. This tool shows results within a second with an exact conversion of English to Arabic.

{Important :- This is not a translation tool. It will convert whatever you type in English to Arabic. This is made especially for typing Arabic through English language.}



Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Hope you get the answers of all your queries. If you didn’t got the expected answer then contact us on given Email address or comment below.


Can I translate English to Arabic?

No, English to Arabic converter tool will just convert English words to Arabic. It cannot translate into Arabic .


Can I save whatever i type in Typing Monster?

Yes, everything will be saved in our cache. Even if your internet is not working or you have closed the browser by mistake. Everything will start from the same page where you have left.


Can I convert 500 words paragraph in this tool?

Yes of course, you can convert unlimited words into Arabic language with this tool and that too free of cost.



English to Arabic language converter tool helps Arabic speaker and learners to type in Arabic language by English keypad/keyboard. It can be used for any formal and Informal purposes.

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