Also Chinese and Japanese can be written right to left (also written from top to bottom, vertically).
Korean is NOT written from right to left
For starters, the old language of China is read from right to left
The Hebrew and Arabic languages, among others, are written and read from right to left. People who read those languages, regardless of their religious persuasion, read them from right to left. Most Judaic languages (Hebrew, Judeo-Aramaic Yiddish, Ladino, Yevanic, and Judeo-Arabic) are written with the Hebrew alphabet. Since the Hebrew alphabet goes from right to left, the languages are read in that direction. Most Jews also speak a vernacular language such as English, French, Spanish, Russian, or Arabic. With the exception of Arabic, most of the vernacular languages are read from left to right and, therefore, Jews read them from left to right.
Israel doesn't read. But a great majority of its population are educated, literate people ... the highest in that part of the world, in fact ... and there are a great many languages read by the people who live there. Some languages read from left to right, others read from right to left, and there are even a few that read from top to bottom. The languages that are spoken and read by the greatest number of people in Israel are the three official and semi-official languages of the country, and here are their directions: -- Arabic . . . . . official . . . . . right to left -- Hebrew. . . . official . . . . . right to left -- English . . . semi-official . . left to right
Languages that use the Hebrew and Arabic alphabets are written from right to left.
I know Hebrew and Arabic.
Most Western languages, such as English, French, Italian, German and so forth. Langauges which share Latin roots usually are read from left to right.
Reactants are on the left side, at least in languages read from left to right.
Yes, the two official languages of Israel (Hebrew and Arabic) are both written right-to left.
It depends on which language you read. e.g. you read English from left to right but Arabic from right to left.
They read from left to right.
Hieroglyhs can be read in many directions. They can be read from left to right or right to left. Whichever direction the animals are facing you read he opposite. If they are facing to the left, then you read left to right. If they are facing right you read right to left.
Not to the Chinese! Traditional Chinese books (and therefore, Japanese) are written to be read top to bottom right to left. Books in the English and the Romance languages are read left to right and top to bottom.
The Hmong Pahawh is written from left to right and is also read from left to right.
Left to right.
You read from left to right in English;)
Arabic, Hebrew, Farsi, Dari, Pastoon, and Turkmen. If Chinese is printed vertically, it is read from top to bottom, starting from the right column and moving left. Thus, a vertically printed book in Chinese will open from the what is considered the back to readers of English and other languages in the roman alphabet.
The only manga that read from left to right are "manga" originally published in a language that's read from left to right (i.e., English,) and Japanese manga that are "flipped" by a publisher for publication in a language that's read from left to right. Even "modern" Japanese manga are read from right to left.
Left to right.
Yes, it is read for right to left.
Danish is read from the upper left corner to the bottom right (left to right).
Arabic is written and read from the right to the left. English is written and read from the left to the right.
no left to right
The majority of languages that are written from right to left are those that are written with the Arabic alphabet, such as Arabic, Farsi, Iranian Azeri/Turkish, Pashto, and Urdu. Other languages written from right to left include: Hebrew, Neo-Aramaic, and Maldivian.
Excluding possible early glyph languages or Sanskrit, one of the earliest languages written from right to left was - and is - Hebrew.