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Why is it so difficult to read in Arabic?

Learning to read Arabic is particularly difficult. According to a new study by researchers at the University of Haifa in Israel, this difficulty could be due to the structure of the brain , which initially has trouble separating the Arabic letters.

Specifically, it seems that reading the Arabic language seems to overload the right side, slowing down learning. One of the main challenges is locating the number and position of the dots that are placed above or below many Arabic letters .

The researchers now hope to use their findings to help students learn the language better.

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