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Past tense

In this lesson, we are going to learn about the past form/tense. As mentioned before, verbs in Egyptian language have three forms: Present, Past and Imperative. Now we will focus on the past form/tense. Like present form, the verb changes … Continue reading

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The Alphabet

ا – alif, as in “Ah” آه which means “ow,” like an expression of pain or frustration ب – ba, as in “Bahebbak” بحبك which means “I love you” ت – ta, as in “Tani” تاني which means “another” or … Continue reading

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Lesson #2: Verbs

In this lesson, we are going to learn about verbs, the present tense particularly. Verbs in Egyptian language have three different forms. These are Present, Past and Imperative. A typical practice is to memorize the three forms of each verb. … Continue reading

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Introduction: Pronouns in Egyptian

In this lesson, you will learn simple words and how to introduce yourself in Egyptian. First, very simple words are introduced : English Egyptian Pronouncation Hi ahlANأهلاً ahlan Welcome marHabANمَرحَباً marHabaa Bye (literaly means: peace) salaamسَلام salaam Yes aywaaأيوَا aywaa … Continue reading

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اللغة المصري الحديث لغتي الام

اللغة العربية و اللغة المصرية بجد يا اخواني ماينفعش الي بيحصل في بلاد الشرق الاوسط كفاية تخلف احنا كده هنفشل وسنظل في تخلف الي الابد نعم هنفشل وده كلام بجد لو ظلينا نعمل الخربطة الي احنا بنعملها ديه   انتم … Continue reading

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Egyptianization rules #1: Rooting(Inflection)

  The Egyptianisation Table Symbols of States P, Coloured Box, Bordered Box = Primarily used form, as a rule MU = Most used U = Used R = Rare S = Suggested, Proposed, Debated, Disputed, Unsure, Not decided yet, need more … Continue reading

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