The most difficult foreign language is by far the Arabic for Japanese
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Oriented of Arabic learning in the Japanese university students - J-Stage

The most difficult foreign language is by far the Arabic for Japanese Many students in a number of universities in Japan are learning Arabic. However, it can not be said that the characteristics of the Arabic language learners is sufficiently grasp. The concept refers to One of such characteristics, there is a [oriented] as reasons for language learning. Oriented collected a great deal of attention in the language learning field, research is despite the fact that have been made, little is known about the intention of the Japanese Arabic learners. For this study is this-oriented, aimed to study by analysis of the data obtained from the questionnaire. Surveyed Arabic majors name, was a non-Arabic majors name. The questions, the learning result items, related to Arabic learn about intention was to include (learning motivation, learning satisfaction, subjective outcomes, learning objectives, learning anxiety) the item. All of the questions was rated by matter method. From factor analysis of oriented, similar factors in both majors of the Arabic Department and non-Arabic major was observed.