The Arabic language is a refined, diversified and not the easiest language to learn. Once you get to the Gulf region, you’ll also realise that there’s SO many dialects that applies to different Arab countries.
The Khaleeji (Gulf) dialect is one that is specific to countries in the Gulf, such as: Oman, Bahrain, the UAE and Kuwait.
Although they’ve got their similarities in tone (at times), if you’ve lived in this part of the world, you might have heard other Gulf countries still using different words or phrases from the other.
And even within each Gulf country, like Saudi Arabia, you’ll still find a dialect within a dialect depending on the region where people are from and what has influenced their accents, intonation and words.