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Day 30 update of our project to learn Arabic in 60 days.
All the words you need to talk about the sites and monuments in Egypt using Egyptian Arabic.
Colloquial everyday useful survival phrases in Egyptian Arabic guaranteed to earn you respect.
We like learning languages with books, not apps. (Except Anki)
Egyptian Arabic definitely exists in written form, even if it’s not standardized. Just look at menus, text messages and Facebook for an idea.
But wait — why buy books when so much is free? I mean, we even authored a post on free learning resources for Arabic. Kids learn for free. Maybe you can find language partners. Why spend? I just want to point out a few things: If you bought all the books on this list, you’d…
This post contains affiliate links. If you’ve followed along, we’ve been enjoying using iTalki for our tutoring needs. So far we’ve used it for Korean, French and Egyptian Arabic. Along the way we’ve learned a thing or two about how to get the most out of it. The Friend, The School Teacher and The Professional We…
This is our day 1 video of our project to learn Egyptian Arabic in 60 days.
Awesome free resources for learning Egyptian Arabic, including a dictionary, idioms and learning with music.