Frequently asked questions about this course
Egyptian Arabic is also known as Egyptian colloquial Arabic: العامية المصرية or simply Masri, and it differs from modern standard Arabic or local dialects since it originated in Egypt and is only limited to the Egyptian people. Arabs use colloquial Egyptian in their daily lives.
Arabic is quickly becoming a valuable business skill, as well as an excellent language to learn for personal development. Students interested in learning Arabic can take Egyptian Colloquial Arabic lessons taught by Arabic-speaking teachers online at Fluent Arabi Institute.
Egyptian Arabic is also the most widely-spoken dialect in the Arab world, and the majority of Arabs understand it. Egypt has the most Arabic speakers with approximately 90 million people. As a result, Egyptian Arabic is the most widely spoken Arabic dialect in the Arab world.
For many reasons, the Egyptian dialect is the best to begin learning with since it’s very common and understandable among Arabs, meaning if you want to travel around the Arab region and speak the Egyptian dialect, people will understand you more than if you speak another dialect. Also, Egypt is a cultural center for all Arabs. It’s the first Arab country in terms of producing music, films, and TV series, and knowing it is a key to exploring the Arab culture. Colloquial Arabic is the most widely spoken Arabic dialect in the Arab world.
Not at all. As we said before, the Egyptian dialect is the easiest to understand in the Arab world. It’s very funny and easy to pronounce for foreign tongues since most of the letters are light and smooth. The Egyptian dialect aims to speak Egyptian Arabic, and thus understand the words of the Egyptian people.
Learning an Arabic dialect is something you will always be proud of. Think of dialect as a mountain to climb. The hike is strenuous, but the view from the top is worth every drop of sweat along the way.
It depends on every person’s acquisition, but we assume for an average student, it can take from 3 to 1 year to reach a modest level and 3 years and beyond to speak it like a native speaker.
Continuity and patience are the keys to mastering any skill for the learner, especially language learning. What distinguishes our institution is that the teachers speak Arabic as native speakers of their mother tongue.
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Immerse yourself in the Egyptian dialect. Listen to Egyptian music, TV series, movies, and talk shows, but you’ll find some difficulty in getting an Egyptian dictionary for all the words you may stumble through during watching. An online course designed to teach the Egyptian Arabic dialect by using examples and vocabulary.
So, we recommend you take our Egyptian Arabic Dialect Course with Fluent Arabi and let some of the highest-graded, Egyptian teachers in Egypt introduce you to a journey to one of the easiest, and most interesting dialects of all. Start the journey and do not hesitate to arm yourself with patience and continuity until you reach your desired goal and trust that our teachers can take your hand to the path of mastery.