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Welcome! Today, we will learn the most important imperative verbs in Egyptian Arabic. It is imperative that you know all of them! 😃 The first one is…
Esraa shares with us some things she thinks are unique to Egypt and teaches us some useful vocabulary in the process.
معلِشّ is used to downplay a situation, whether to console, sympathize, or apologize. The word originally comes from the Modern Standard Arabic phrase ما عليه شيء, which literally means nothing against it.
Let’s take a look at Unit 1 from the book The News in Modern Standard Arabic.
كِده is likely the most quintessentially Egyptian word there is. Not only is it very high frequency in everyday speech, but it is unique to the Egyptian Arabic dialect. كِده is related to the Modern Standard Arabic word هكذا like this but takes on a range of idiomatic meanings on its own and in phrases.
Learn how to ride microbuses in Egypt. Maissara gives us tips and teaches us the hand signals and essential phrases in Egyptian Arabic.
Getting around Cairo can sometimes be tricky. Yomna tells us about taking buses in the bustling metropolis. Listen and learn some useful Egyptian Arabic words.
Yomna tells us about where to buy fruit and vegetables in Egypt, while teaching us some useful words and phrases in Egyptian Arabic.
Ready to get your hair cut in Egypt? Mostafa shares some tips.
Esraa tells us about her recent trip to an amusement park and teaches us some fun and interesting vocabulary.
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