Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary

Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary

(6 customer reviews)

Additional information


PDF eBook


A1, A2, B1


303 pages



Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary presents over 4,500 words, expressions, and example sentences organized into 57 categories to help you build connections and expand your vocabulary quickly. Suitable for beginners and more advanced students.

Free Audio Download

Click the icon or scroll down to the Audio section to download or stream the accompanying audio for free.

Play Video
  • Suitable for beginners and more advanced learners.
  • Over 4,500 items (words, phrases, and example sentences) in authentic Egyptian Colloquial Arabic.
  • Organized into 57 thematic categories to help you build connections and expand your vocabulary quickly.
  • Each item appears in Arabic script, phonetic transliteration, and English translation.
  • A carefully designed layout allows you to reinforce your memory by covering columns and testing yourself.
  • Words contain grammatical information (gender, plurals, conjugation patterns, usage notes).
  • Example sentences help to accelerate mastery of natural language.
  • Alphabetical English Index for quick referencing.
  • Develop listening skills and accurate pronunciation using the free, downloadable MP3s. Over four hours of audio professionally recorded by native speakers in Cairo.

Take a closer look inside!

Not sure if this book is right for you? Download a free sample for an extended preview and try out the materials before you decide to buy. See how the PDF eBook looks on your screen and how it prints out.

Visit Amazon to get this book in paperback!

This book is available in paperback on your local Amazon website. (On, we only sell the PDF eBook version.)

Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary

Please sign in or create a free account to access the accompanying audio file(s).

After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email with an activation link. Once you have activated your account, navigate back to this same place (or refresh the page), where you will find the accompanying audio.

Show Terms

6 reviews for Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary

  1. emilio

    This is an excellent book that thoroughly covers vocabulary for a novice to the proficient and then some.

  2. Munazza


    My favorite of the books I found on the site. 🙂 Slightly more than a dictionary, which is perfect for me. 🙂

  3. Adel

    I bought this on Amazon. I am really impressed. This is a very comprehensive book. It has essential vocabulary for so many topics and situations. This is what so many other books fail to do. This is such a good handbook. And it has audio for all the words and expressions. There must have been so much work put into this!

    Just a suggestion: It would be great if there will be another book with dialogues, discussions for each topic.

    • Lingualism (verified owner)

      Thank you, Adel! We’re actually putting out two-book series (very soon!) called Kalaam Kull Yoom: Situational Egyptian Arabic with lots of dialogues and additional vocabulary and expressions.

  4. Eline

    Eline (verified owner)

    This was exactly what I was looking for. I study Arabic (fusha and masri) and I missed resources for useful vocabulary in masri that my university course was missing. There was one thing concerning the verbs that was unclear to me (the code between brackets), but when I emailed about it I got a very quick response. I feel like this is a book I will be using for a long time, since it covers so much vocabulary that you will probably still find new words along the way.

  5. Enrique

    Enrique (verified owner)

    This is easily the best vocabulary book of Egyptian Arabic that there’s out there for beginners and intermediate students. And I have been looking quite extensively. The mp3 files are a perfect complement, as is the fact that the verb forms refer back to the Conjugation Tables (which is another admirable book). This is a reference book that can stay with you for a long, long time. I’m hoping now for a full grammar book, which would be an amazing complement 🙂

  6. Ameena


    Really handy and helpful book.

Add a review

You can sign up for a free account and...

• Download or stream free accompanying audio
• Be the first to know about new materials
• Receive exclusive offers and discounts
It only takes a minute!

Already registered? Log in here.