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Modern Standard Arabic is the standard of Arabic used in almost all writing and formal spoken contexts. It is also the language used to translate text from other languages to Arabic. This includes any television cartoon shows, and documentaries. Modern Standard Arabic evolved from Classical Arabic or Koranic Arabic, the language of the Qur'an .In reality both languages can be considered the same language, at different times in history. The Arabic word Fụṣha is used to refer to both Modern Standard Arabic and Classical Arabic collectively. Fụṣha is thought of as the true Arabic, and is not considered an ordinary spoken dialect of Arabic.
Modern Standard Arabic is considered the important Arabic language. The dialects are mainly thought of as lesser forms, filled with slang. Modern Standard Arabic is considered the correct language. Even though it is the correct form, dialects are dominant in speech. Except for extremely formal situations Arabs feel compelled to use their own dialect. In written language Modern Standard Arabic is completely dominant.
Most Arabs rarely speak MSA. They reserve speaking MSA for speeches. Due to grammatical phenomena present in MSA and absent in most dialects, Arabs find that without extra training, they are bound to make mistakes when speaking MSA.
Modern Standard Arabic is used for all writing with the exception of some modern poetry, stageplays, some comic books and some children's books. Also, Egyptian Arabic, the spoken language of Egypt, has increasingly become better understood in the last 100 years (this is also true of Gulf Arabic, and Levantine Arabic), and a minority of texts are written in it. Even so, the contemporary Arabic writing is predominantly in Modern Standard Arabic.
Modern Standard Arabic shares most of its vocabulary, syntax and morphology with its older variety, Classical Arabic, but there are noticeable differences; these differences number fewer than one might expect, given the 1500-year separation between the two.
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