I don't speak arabic.
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When you talk about regions for Arabic language you only mean arabic dialects, because Arabic is the same for all arabic countries. It is the writen and spoken Arabic, the language of the Holy Coran, there are no 2 Arabics languages. The accent, the intonation may be different but not the words, the ortograph nor the gramar.
HassanDarwish's traduction is correct to, but he uses an arabic verb that rather means to talk or discuss than to speak. The verb I used means to speak and we can't use it to say to discuss. But the use of the 2 verbs doesn't mean that our Arabic are 2 different one.
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أنا لا أتحدث العربية