Egyptian Dialect

Mosques in Cairo

Welcome to Egypt, the land of a thousand minarets where no two mosques look exactly the same. Here you’ll find mosques over 1,000 years old next to mosques built just yesterday. Likewise, you’ll find some architecturally inspiring mosques, while others are just simple places of worship. However, to really take in the beauty of the mosques in Egypt, Cairo is the place to see some...

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Egypt

Attractions in Cairo, Egypt are endless. There is so much to see in this beautiful country. Looking for places to handout with friend in Cairo? Keep on reading to find out all about the unique things to do in Cairo. Coptic and Islamic Cairo One of the most important places in ancient Egypt is its religious cities. The one and only Coptic Church of Egypt is actually...

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egypt

So, you’ve decided to learn Egyptian Arabic and want to immerse yourself in the language and culture of the country. Mabrook! With plenty of Arabic language programs in Egypt to choose from, you’ve chosen one of the best countries to learn Arabic abroad. Here, whether you choose to stay for a month and learn Arabic in Cairo or stay for a year and learn Arabic...

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Choosing dialect to learn can be a bit tricky to figure out. However, Kaleela tries to make it easier to choose in this article on Arabic dialects.

We’ve already told you about the perks of learning Arabic. It can boost your career, help you meet new people, and add new places to your travel bucket list. Indeed, Arabic is an ancient language that’s been around for thousands of years. On the other hand, millions of folks from all around the world speak the language today. Moreover, you’ll find that the people from...

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When learning Arabic, students are confused if they should learn Modern Standard Arabic or a dialect. This article sheds some light

“Should I learn Modern Standard Arabic or a local dialect?” That’s the question our app users ask us the most here at Kaleela. However, it’s a question that none of us can really give a sure answer to. Truth be told, the reason is because the answer really depends on you and why you’re learning Arabic. Thus, to help you decide, we’re presenting the pros...

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languages

You’ve seen us mention the fact that Arabic is one of the fastest-growing languages in the world. It moved up from fifth to fourth place in 2019’s list of most often used languages to learn. For example, there are 422 million speakers in the world. And with that many people, it’s no wonder there are so many dialects. If you’re looking to study Arabic, trying to...

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We’ve already mentioned how watching Arabic films can help you practice your Arabic and make learning Arabic easier. And since most Arabic films are Egyptian, there is the extra-added benefit of practicing and learning the Egyptian dialect. The Egyptian film industry has produced an extraordinary collection of features since its inception in the late 19th century. Egyptian films portray Egypt’s rich popular culture and its historical...

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learning through laptob

If you have ever seen any Egyptian movies that are so popular around the world, you may think that this is the widest form of spoken Arabic. This is why a lot of people learn the Egyptian dialect. It is the one most often heard in Western countries. Egypt’s official languages are Modern Standard Arabic and another fifteen dialects present in the country of the Pharaohs....

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How different is the Egyptian dialect from the Iraqi dialect

When we think of Iraq, we usually picture a war-torn country after suffering from decades of chaos. It is hard to think of it as a thriving or even functional place. But before the wars, Iraq was a modernized country full of rich culture, language, and ethnic groups. Traveling between Iraq and Egypt is like being in two different worlds. Iraq has several different languages. You will find Kurdish...

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How do you feel when life gets you down? Now you can express it in Arabic after learning these words to describe how you feel when you feel sad

If you’re one of the over ten million people who, like me, suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons, it’s that time of the year when you may be feeling a little more down than you do in those happy-go-lucky days of summer. However, I have some good news for you because today we're going to try to...

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