There is no such country as "Algarvia". Algeria is a country that speaks Arabic. Algarve is a city in Portugal, where Portuguese is spoken (not Arabic).
Yemen mainly speaks Arabic because it's an Arab country.
No, Algeria speaks french and Arabic
Palestine is Arabic and speaks the Arabic language. My family used to live there so I would know.
Chad speaks French and Arabic.
Arabic -- although each country speaks a different dialect.
The same Filipinos and Guamanians speaks Spanish or Arabic.
Either Lebanon or Israel. The Palestinian Territory of Gaza also speaks Arabic as an official language.
Lebanon, they speak English, French,and Arabic then a weird combination of all of them.
Yes he can speak Arabic. But he normally speaks English.
No, he only speaks Farsi, the language of Iran. However He is familiar with some words and phrases in Arabic, as most Iranians are.
Your sentence: If he speaks Arabic then he can act as an interpreter. Inverse: He can act as an interpreter if he speaks Arabic. Most Active version: Interpreters must speak Arabic. NOTE: Notice how switching the order in a sentence decreases wordiness. Active verb sentences are the least wordy.
No, but he can speak Amazigh .
I don't know, which country speaks american...-_-'
Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia were for a long time under French influence and it is quite common to find people understanding and speaking French in these countries, even though the official language is Arabic.
Farsi is the language of Iran. It is also called Persian.It is written with the Arabic alphabet, but it is not related to Arabic.
Arabic is a language. Arabia is a country.
Some Arabic is spoken in Mali, simply because it borders on several countries that border the "Arab World" where Arabic is established as the language spoken. The majority of the country, however, speaks the native language Bambara and a certain percent still uses French.
He speaks Arabic and English.
Asia And Africa, because middle east is there.
Karl wolf speaks Arabic