What are the Hebrew and Arabic words for Bow-legged?
Hebrew: ×¢×§×•× ×¨×’×œ×™×™× ('akum raglayim)
Arabic: Ù‚ÙˆØ³ Ø£Ø±Ø¬Ù„. (qus ergel)
They are two completely different languages, although they are both Semitic languages, so they share some similarities. some notable differences are: Arabic and Hebrew use completely different writing systems Arabic has 10 verb paradigms and Hebrew has 7 Arabic has many dialects, and Hebrew has very few Arabic has preserved (in most dialects) at least some of its emphatic consonants, but spoken Hebrew has not.
No, official language here is Arabic, and English is teached in schools from the 1st grade Hebrew is not taught in schools here, and who want to learn it can take an elective course of Hebrew in university, or register for an Institute of Language Teaching. There are people here who speak Hebrew, but not a large number.