Study, Learn, & Live Egyptian Arabic!
The best and fastest way to learn a new language is to immerse yourself in its culture. You also need to speak it every day!
Why Learn the Egyptian Arabic Dialect?
Egypt is one of the biggest countries in the Arabic world. With a population of over 90 million. Egyptian dialect is well understood in the most of other Arabic countries due to the popularity of the Egyptian media. Furthermore, it’s easy and too much fun to learn!
Do I Need To Learn Modern Standard Arabic?
The majority of native speakers in the Arabic countries don’t speak the Modern Standard Arabic, they speak their own Arabic dialect! You only need to learn Modern Standard Arabic if you’re going to study the Quran or any other Islamic studies. You need to learn the dialect of the country you go to live in so you can get by there!
Why Do People Love Egypt?
Egypt is a cozy place! it’s safe and Egyptian are so kind and friendly people. No need to mention the Egyptian history and the charming beaches in Sinai and Hurghada! Also, Egypt is a cheap place to live, as a result, a lot of foreigners would love to move to Egypt.
Egypt is has been called (Om El Donya) Mother of The World, where is all people are welcome!
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https://youtu.be/2Fk1mzITj5g Word of the day: حيطة Pronunciation (Franco Arabic): 7yta / 7y6a. Example (Audio with Arabic, English & Franco Arabic transcription): Please get premium membership to get access to this...
https://youtu.be/aUvVBvITZhg Word of the day: سجادة Pronunciation (Franco Arabic): segada. Example (Audio with Arabic, English & Franco Arabic transcription): Please get premium membership to get access to this...
https://youtu.be/7sJ-Lv4dQDM Word of the day: طبق Pronunciation (Franco Arabic): 6aba2/taba2. Example (Audio with Arabic, English & Franco Arabic transcription): Please get premium membership to get access to this...
I decided to make a series explaining the word/expression كده in Egyptian Arabic. This is the first video & I hope you like it. Please leave a comment if you have any questions.
In this video, we are going to learn how to say "Welcome Home" in Egyptian Arabic. Pay attention to the pronunciation and how are word are being connected. I hope you like the video! Please leave a comment if you have any questions.
We use the word "بيئة" to describe someone, something or a part of a city of being "Ghetto". Notice that the word "بيئة" means "Environment" in standard Arabic, but it also means "Ghetto" in the Egyptian slang. Here is the pronunciation of "بيئة": "بيئة"...
Letter (qaf) is one of the heaviest letters in the Arabic language in general. Its sound is really heavy, so usually, its sound is replaced with the (hamza - ء ) sound in the Egyptian dialect. Here are a few examples in the video below: [video width="1920"...
If you have studied Standard Arabic before, have you ever wondered why Egyptians say (Talg, تلج) instead of the correct way which is (Thalg, ثلج)? Egyptians always avoid making the correct sounds of some letters such as (ث, ظ, ذ, ق, ط) as their sounds are considered...
Letters (س, ص) could be confusing in Egyptian Arabic. Especially if you are talking to locals in Egypt. In the Egyptian dialect, we don't focus on making the correct sound of the letters that have a similar sound. In Standard Arabic, each one of these letters (س, ص)...