Why do you study Arabic?
Please tell us "why do you study Arabic?" or "What is good point for Arabic?"
i study arabic because i want to travel in the middle east and communicate with the local people. however, i come to know that they all speak their own dialects instead of MSA, which is what i am learning right now. this kind of disheartened me. i don't know how useful my MSA will be when i am traveling.
As someone who speaks 3 different Arabic dialects, I can assure you that people will most likely understand what you're saying. The reason for that is that in most Arabic-speaking countries, most of the population has read/memorized the Quran, which is in MSA, and are therefore familiar with the dialect.
Hello there :) I study Arabic mostly because my sister in law is Moroccan and I'd like to be able to understand and communicate with her and the rest of the family more easily (well, she speaks french so we can communicate quite easily but the rest of the family don't). Also, I've always wanted to learn new languages and Arabic is an interesting one as it has a completely new alphabet to discover.