Still want to learn Arabic ? .....#1
A phenomenon in which distinct formal and informal varieties of a language are used in a given society. The variety used depends on social context (e.g., using one variant at home, and another for more formal purposes).
Diglossia presents one of the more interesting aspects of learning Arabic; the spoken dialects of the language differ substantially from Modern Standard Arabic.
In the vast area where Arabic is spoken, various dialects or colloquial forms have developed. These dialects of Arabic are the mother tongues of all native speakers of Arabic. These colloquial languages can be quite different from each other, and might be considered different languages, as different from one another as Italian is from Spanish.
For example if you are in restaurant in Egypt and you ordered a chicken you need to say "FARKH'A" "فرخه", in a restaurant in Jordan you must say "FARUJ" "فروج" while in Iraq you need to say "DAJAJA" "دجاجه".
SO if you still want to learn Arabic you have two choices;
1. classic Arabic; hard to learn and you can't use it to communicate with people or you can communicate with one layer of the Arabic socity.
2. Dialect Arabic; you will be able to communicate with the people who used the same dialect only.
Think about it
To be continued...#2...Writing