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There are 25 countries whose official language is Arabic, so Arabic accents can vary widely depending on the region the accent stems from. Arabic has a smaller pitch range than standard English, as well as shorter vowel sounds, so that's a difference you'll hear in Arabic accents. The pronunciation of sounds like "t" and "d" sound heavier spoken with an Arabic accent, since the tongue is placed farther forward in the speaker's mouth than when speaking English. Hire a voice actor with an Arabic accent today.