Where can you find free online instruction for Egyptian Arabic?
I've been looking for the same thing, and have found that youtube videos are actually pretty helpful, particularly ones with subtitles and audio because you get a better feel for pronounciation.
Although the majority of linguists group it with the Eastern Arabic dialect group, it still shares many similarities with Western Arabic as well. Some linguists agree that Egyptian Arabic constitutes its own group because it is still different from both groups in terms of phonology and semantics. Some similarities between Egyptian and Eastern,e.g, Standard Arabic: Waqtun (time) Eastern(Lebanese): Wa'et Western(Moroccan): Weqt Egyptian: Wa't Standard Arabic: Men (who) Eastern(Lebanese): meen Western(Moroccan): Ashkoon Egyptian: Meen Standard Arabic…
Egyptian 10 milliemes: the dates are two sets of four characters at 4 o'clock and 8 o'clock respectively. The numerals are Arabic, sometimes called "Eastern Arabic" to distinguish them from the "Western Arabic" numerals we use. You'll find a conversion table in the front of any Krause catalogue. The figures that look like "197V" are actually the Arabic numerals for "1967" - that's the AD date
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