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The exchange of greetings and courtesies is an important part of communication in Egypt, as it is generally in the Arab world. Read the first page
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Needs just some few improvements 21 Dec. 2004
By Leonardo Vieira - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Ring-bound
Very good approach to spoken arabic language in Egypt!
I see some things that could be improved to make it perfect:
1. doesn't teach arabic writting, only charts of characters and the complete texts written in arabic in the last pages...
2. just few vocabulary... it's a book to teach SPOKEN arabic! It needs more vocabulary!!
I solved it with Lonely Planet Egyptian Arabic Phrasebook.
But if you make it thru the entire book, you surely understand egyptian arabic spoken in arabic tv channels and people from Egypt and make yourself understood!
I highly recomend it!
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Highly recommended 3 Sept. 2006
By Agueda G. Morsy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Ring-bound
As a linguist I would recommend this book to anybody who is seriously interested in studying Egyptian Arabic. The book has an excellent structure to make it as easy as possible to understand and learn Arabic. It is a perfect introduction to the language and culture, enabling the student to actually communicate and write in the language.

Agueda Morsy
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