Your question: Why is my Facebook showing Arabic?

Why is my Facebook suddenly in Arabic?

go to your personal profile — scroll down the far left side until you get to other languages. Click on English (should be clickable). This should fix it.

How do I change Facebook from Arabic to English?

Change language settings for Facebook in browser

  1. Click on the drop down arrow in the top right.
  2. Select Settings & Privacy.
  3. Click on Settings.
  4. Click on Language and Region.
  5. Click Edit in the Facebook language section.
  6. Select your preferred language from the drop down and click on Save Changes.

Why is my Facebook suddenly in another language?

Scroll down and click “Settings & Privacy.” This will open a sub-menu. Select “App Language.” 4. Your Facebook app language will be set to match your phone language (which you can change in your phone’s settings), but you can also manually select your language from the list on this page.

How do you change the language back to English?

How to change the language on Android

  1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.
  2. Tap “System.”
  3. Tap “Languages & input.”
  4. Tap “Languages.”
  5. Tap “Add a Language.”
  6. Select your preferred language from the list by tapping on it.
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What is the word language in Arabic?

/ˈlæŋ·ɡwɪdʒ/ A1. the words used by the people of a country or region. لُغة

How do you change your country on Facebook?

Click the three horizontal dots next to “Lives in.” This is on the right side of the page. Click Edit Current City on the menu. Replace the existing city with a new one. Simply click in the box, backspace or delete over the city name, and enter a new location.

Why did my Facebook change from English to Spanish?

If you open your Facebook page and see that it now is in Spanish, and Spanish is not your preferred language, it means that someone has changed your account settings. …

Why is Facebook in Spanish now?

If you see your Facebook page with the language in Spanish, it means you are still logged in, but the language setting has been changed. Click the link for the language you prefer to use, such as English (US). The dialog box closes, and your Facebook page now displays text in your preferred language.