KSGAAL launches books on promotion of Arabic in 4 countries

RIYADH: The King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language (KSGAAL) launched four new publications on Thursday.

According to a statement, the four publications are part of The Arabic Language in the World series, and include the books: “The Arabic Language in Chad,” “The Arabic Language in Thailand,” “The Arabic language in Kyrgyzstan: A Critical Analytical Descriptive Study” and “The Arabic Language in the Comoros.”

The publications aim to build bridges of communication with Arabic-speaking peoples around the world.

Language researchers, academics, and institutions inside and outside the Kingdom can view the books on the KSGAAL website via: https://library.ksaa.gov.sa/index/view/78.

Dr. Abdullah Al-Washmi, secretary-general of KSGAAL, said the academy’s Specialized Global Research Track project includes a variety of disciplines and arts related to the Arabic language.

The Arabic Language in the World series seeks to deepen communication between institutions and individuals concerned with the language.

The program involves about 1,100 researchers from 76 countries around the world.

KSGAAL is tasked with supporting the Arabic language, enhancing its status, preserving its integrity in speech and writing, documenting its origins, methods, vocabulary and grammar, and facilitating learning inside and outside Saudi Arabia, Al-Washmi said.

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