Greeting Expressions in Colloquial Egyptian Arabic
Posted by Mourad Diouri on February 16, 2008
The Arabic Program at Brigham Young University is developing various internet based learning resources to supplement Arabic Language Learning.
In conjunction with Prof. Muhammad Eissa and the NMERLC, BYU is developing an Egyptian Spoken Arabic program to expose students to real spoken Arabic situations through internet video.
The segments, filmed in Alexandria, expose students to progressively more complicated social situations.
This short video clip presents different types of greetings in colloquial Egyptian Arabic.
Watch the video
Source of realia:
National Middle East Language Resource Center
Find out more
Egyptian Arabic – Wikipedia
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