Basel

Age range: 30-50

Arabic Compilation

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Juliana

Age range: 20-35

Arabic Compilation

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English Commercial Compi...

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English Documentary Narr...

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Lara S

Age range: 20-35

Arabic Compilation

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English Commercial Compi...

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English with Arabic acce...

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Muhammad

Age range: 30-60

Arabic 'Allahumma'

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English with Arabic acce...

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Nassim

Age range: 25-45

Arabic Ferrero Rocher Co...

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Arabic Emirates Commerci...

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Arabic OSN Movies Trailer

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Raneem

Age range: 20-45

Arabic 'Fate' Campaign

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English 'A Whole New Wor...

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English with Arabic acce...

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Ruba

Age range: 30-50

Arabic I

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Arabic II

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Arabic Museum Narration

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Salah

Age range: 30-55

Arabic Clairol Commercial

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Arabic Oman Commercial

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English with Arabic acce...

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Suzie O

Age range: 25-50

Arabic Sample 1

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Arabic Sample 2

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English with Arabic acce...

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Waleed

Age range: 20-35

Arabic Audio Description...

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Arabic Gaming Compilation

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French Commercial

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Youmna

Age range: Kids-40

Arabic Audiobook I

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Arabic Audiobook II

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Arabic IVR

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We have 8 native Arabic talents available to review on our website. Some of our native Arabic voice-over artists are based in the UK, London and just as many are based in Arabia in their native country as well as the rest of Europe and beyond.

If you can’t find the right voice for your project on our website, please send us your brief and we’ll source talent and audio recording studios for you worldwide at no extra cost.

Arabic is a Semitic language that includes Aramaic and Hebrew. It is not only the national language of many Middle Eastern countries, the Horn and North of Africa, but is also the holy language of Islam, and is therefore often at least partially understood by Muslims all over the world. However, the dialect used in Islamic scripture, Classical Arabic, is older than the modern varieties of Arabic spoken in and around the Arabian Peninsula (similar to the relationship between today’s American English and the language found in the King James translation of the Christian Bible).

It is the fifth most common language in the world and around 300 million people speak Arabic around the globe. With distinct dialects, usually based on the nationality of the speaker, most native Arabic speakers all speak a Modern Standard Arabic as well as their local dialect. The most common dialects are Egyptian, Maghrebi, Levantine, Mesopotamian, and Gulf Arabic. Egyptian is probably the most universally understood of these, given the popularity of Egyptian films across the Arabic-speaking world.

Arabic language can be divided into two versions; Classical Arabic and Modern Arabic. Classical Arabic is the official language and is also the language of the Quran. Classical Arabic does not change and is the only way to learn the Arabic language in an academic way. It is used in formal situations, newspapers, books, academic researches etc. Modern Arabic is used in daily spoken contexts. The Arabic alphabet consists of twenty-eight letters and learning this alphabet is the first step to learning the Arabic language. It is written from right to left, in cursive writing, and dots are used to differentiate different letters from each other.