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  Egyptian Arabic Language Learning Online
He is fluent in spoken Egyptian Arabic and often teaches in Arabic on a wide variety of subjects.
Arabic has become a language that I use each day in my work and in my home.
There is a way of learning Arabic that will accelerate your progress incredibly, if you follow it.
www.egyptianarabic.com   (3911 words)

  
  Egyptian Arabic ('aammiyya)
Egyptian Arabic, as distinct from Classical Arabic and the variety spoken by the Arab invaders, is thought to have developed in the first Islamic capital of Egypt, that is now part of Cairo, the capital of present-day Egypt.
Although Egyptian Arabic is for the most part a spoken dialect, it is also used in vernacular literature, including novels, plays, and poems, as popular media, such as in comics, advertising, some newspapers, and in transcriptions of popular songs.
Arabic is a Category III language in terms of difficulty for speakers of English.
www.nvtc.gov /lotw/months/august/EgyptianArabic.html   (1545 words)

  
 Egyptian Arabic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Egyptian Arabic (Maṣrī, مصري) is part of the Semitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family, descended mainly from a medieval dialect of Arabic.
In the 20th century, Egyptian Arabic was regarded as the national language of Egypt, though to date it is not officially recognized.
For a while, Egyptian Arabic enjoyed a period of rich literary output until the movement was halted with the continuing rise of Islamism and Arab nationalism in Egypt and the Middle East, particularly with Nasser's assumption of power in 1954.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Egyptian_Arabic   (2106 words)

  
 Egyptian Arabic
Arabic is originally the language of the nomadic tribes of the northern and central regions of the Arabian Peninsula.
Arabic of the pre-Classical period is found in inscriptions of central and northwestern Arabia, with Classical Arabic itself appearing in inscriptions dating from at least the fourth century.
Arabic is a Semitic language of the Arabo-Canaanite subgroup (Ruhlen 1987).
www.touregypt.net /featurestories/arabic.htm   (1727 words)

  
 Arabic alphabet, pronunciation and language
Arabic has also been written with the Hebrew, Syriac and Latin scripts.
Some additional letters are used in Arabic when writing placenames or foreign words containing sounds which do not occur in Standard Arabic, such as /p/ or /g/.
Arabic, Dari, Hausa, Kabyle, Kashmiri, Kazak, Kurdish, Kyrghyz, Malay, Morisco, Pashto, Persian/Farsi, Punjabi, Sindhi, Siraiki, Tatar, Turkish, Uyghur, Urdu
www.omniglot.com /writing/arabic.htm   (835 words)

  
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Summary abstract The LDC Arabic lexicon was compiled primarily for support of the project on Large Vocabulary Conversational Speech Recognition (LVCSR), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Orthographic convention (Arabic script) The second field in the Arabic lexicon contains the Arabic script equivalent of the romanized headword from which it is derived.
Arabic script/romanization correspondence table The character correspondences between Arabic script and the LDC romanization of ECA is provided in the table below, along with a phonetic description of the symbol used.
www.ldc.upenn.edu /Catalog/docs/ch_arabic_lex   (1199 words)

  
 DEPARTMENT OF ARABIC LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND LINGUISTICS
ARABIC (ARAB)
PERSIAN (PERS)
This course is equivalent to Arabic 211, 212, and 213, 214 for undergraduates and equivalent to 215, 216 for MAAS students.
This course is intended to build proficiency in the Egyptian dialect, through practice of interactive functional skills such as listening comprehension, conversation tasks, and vocabulary building.
This course is a continuation of Colloquial Egyptian Arabic I. It will continue the objectives and work to solidify the student's skills and knowledge base at this level.
summerschool.georgetown.edu /courses/arabicandpersian.html   (2186 words)

  
 CorporateLanguageServices.com - Learn to Speak Arabic with Pimsleur Arabic Language Courses   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Eastern Arabic is the dialect spoken in: Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Palestine.
Eastern Arabic is also very well understood in the eastern and southeastern parts of the Arab world: Arabia, the gulf region and Iraq due to the fact that millions of Syrians, Palestinians, Jordanians, and Lebanese have worked and are working there.
The Cairene dialect of Egyptian Arabic is the variety spoken in the Pimsleur Egyptian Arabic course.
www.corporatelanguageservices.com /arabic.htm   (666 words)

  
 Arabic classes in San Francisco - Pacific Arabic language school
An avid linguaphile since childhood, Jamal's love for the Arabic language began at Hofstra University under the tutelage of Dr.
Jamal continued his Arabic studies at New York University and the United Nations Language Training Institute, and studied translation theory at the University of California, Berkeley.
She began her Arabic studies at Emory University where she had the privilege to study with Mahmoud al-Batal and Kristen Brustad.
www.pacificarabic.com /our_people.html   (1144 words)

  
 Kalimat Language&Cultural Centre
Egyptian Colloquial Arabic (ECA) is the most popular Arabic dialect understood among Arab countries due to the pioneering role of the Egyptian film and media industry, the second largest in the east.
Kalimat's Egyptian Colloquial Arabic Programme (ECA) aims to provide students with the necessary skills to interact in the spoken form of Arabic used in Egypt.
In the elementary levels a simplified transliteration system is used while the Arabic alphabet is introduced gradually to become the major medium of instruction in the higher levels.
www.kalimategypt.com /eca.htm   (288 words)

  
 Egyptian Arabic Learning Resources
This section contains information, reviews, and forums related to Egyptian Arabic resources located both in Egypt and outside of Egypt.
Arabic proverbs and Sayings - a collection taken from the book "Apricots Tomorrow".
Egyptian and Arabic-Related Link Library - a regularly updated library of our most helpful links to online resources related to learning Arabic or Egypt.
www.egyptianarabic.com /institutions   (124 words)

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