Category Archives: Egyptianisation Rules

Introduction

  Introduction Prefixes, suffixes and formation are the most important characteristics that determine languages. Over years, Modern Egyptian Language created its own suffixs and prefixs as all modern languages do. However, Many people do not realise this and use the … Continue reading

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Writing and the alphabet

There are letters that do not exist in Egyptian Language. Many people get mistaken and write words the way they are written in Arabic thinking that these words are borrowed from Arabic t0 Egyptian. Certainly, this is because of the Arabic … 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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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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