Egyptian Arabic

Egyptian Arabic Grammar
Ahmad

16 of the Most Common Conjunctions in Egyptian Arabic

Conjunctions are very important. We use them all the time in Egyptian Colloquial Arabic. That’s why we will be learning 16 Egyptian Arabic conjunctions today. Conjunctions in Arabic are called…

Egyptian Arabic Grammar
Ahmad

The Word بِتاع in Egyptian Arabic

Welcome to my lesson on how to use a very important word in Egyptian Colloquial Arabic! First of all, the word بِتاع bitā3 is mainly used as a noun, which means it comes in three forms…

Egyptian Arabic Grammar
Lingualism

Egyptian Arabic Orthography

Learn how to read the Arabic script and tashkeel (voweling) used in Lingualism materials.

Egyptian Arabic Diaries
Ahmed

Visiting the Dreaded Mogamma in Tahrir

If you’ve ever had the “pleasure” of visiting the dreaded Mogamma, you’ll empathize with Ahmed and understand why he had to make three trips just to get one document issued.

Egyptian Arabic Diaries
Alaa

Alaa in Nubia

Alaa falls in love with Nubia and its culture. But what about the crocodiles?

Egyptian Arabic Diaries
Alaa

My Friend’s Big Day

Alaa’s best friend had to defend her thesis to receive her Master’s degree. Was she successful?

Egyptian Arabic Diaries
Ahmed

Darwin at the Library

Ahmed didn’t get much studying done before the exam. What distracted him? And how was the exam?

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