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Ahmed Diab Mar 16
The best thing about the Egyptian accent that it's too much fun!
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Arabeya Cairo 24 Aug 16
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Speak Egyptian Nov 28
The Difference Between The Regular & Irregular Verbs In Arabic
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Ahmed Diab Sep 12
Letters (س, ص) could be confusing in Egyptian Arabic. Especially if you are talking to locals in Egypt. Check the full lesson and more tips on my blog 👉
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Speak Egyptian Nov 4
Egyptian Pronunciation Tip #3 – The Letter (qaf) (ق)!
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Speak Egyptian May 6
Check Speakegyptian website for an audio example with Arabic, English & Franco Arabic transcription. . .
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Caviar Nolastname 10 Dec 13
a revolutionary who insisted on writing in the has died @ 84
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PassainteAssem 15 Jan 18
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Heba M. Khalil🇪🇬 3 Mar 14
Looking forward to seeing singing in
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Arabeya Cairo Jun 19
🔊 illi yshūf balwit ġiruh tihūn ʿlīh balwituh This proverb is said when you see other's bigger problems to express that it doesn't deserve to suffer and be too sad as there is someone else that has more difficult problems
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عـاليـة 26 Mar 12
Mosh vs. Mesh..I swear I find this the eternal struggle for someone who tries to perfect the . Not me though. .
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Polyglot Erin 4 Dec 17
Replying to @kamilatekin @duolingo
I'm interested/nervous to see how treats and . It looks like all the contributors are Egyptian (and they're using the Egyptian flag)- so mayb they're teaching but that could alienate a number of users... but isn't exactly practical...
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Anser ibn Z 4 May 15
Replying to @daniya219
Qaf=G so get rid of the Ghain and write Qaf instead @Bela_1008
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Mariam; مريم 18 Aug 12
@Ad00mz Did you join the march? ;) Thank you! Eid Mubarak w koli sana wenta tayeb.
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Catherine Moawad__ 27 Jul 13
Hehe :) 3younak! my mom is Egyptian ;) xx_ “@anghamvintage: eih elmozzaaaa dee lol.U look so pretty here!”
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Hilâl Feb 8
زي ما سهل عليك تنساني هنساك زي ما: like،as سهل : easy عليك: for you تنسا: you forget تنساني: you forget me ه: will هنسا: will forget هنساك: will forget you It is amazing to understand a language ☺️💛
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Fathul Bari Jan 18
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Ahmed Diab Sep 20
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iraqs 18 Jun 14
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French class at 3pm 23 Nov 13
Assalamualaikum n goodnight - (oyasuminasai) (tisbah 'ala khayr) (tusbi 'ala khayr)
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