YES - and no. Learning Arabic certainly takes time and practice, but there are not many irregularities in the grammar. It's much less complicated than Latin, and probably simpler than German, too.
Arabic is like any other language, easy in some aspects and hard in some others, depending on the learner's background, and ability to adapt to new rules.
Arabic exists in two forms:
The modern Standard Arabic used in schools, universities, etc.. and on formal occasions such as speeches, debates, etc... (it's what you'll learn here)
The colloquial dialects which differ from one country to another. The colloquial dialect refers to the informal use of the language.
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