In Egypt all the people speak Arabic but some people can talk
English and in specific places. Beside that all signs in Egypt are
written in Arabic and English
Arabic is spoken in Egypt.
The official language of Egypt is Arabic. Egyptian Arabic is the
most commonly spoken language, with variations of Arabic being used
all over the country. However, there are also some Nubian
languages, especially around the Nile region.
The official language of Egypt is Arabic.
The main language of Egypt is arabic.
Ancient Egyptian is not spoken any more anywhere in Egypt. Arabic
is the language spoken in modern Egypt. The liturgical language
used by the Coptic Christian church is said to be similar to
Arabic (official), English and French widely understood by educated
Arabic the official and only spoken language in Egypt
The regional language is Aamiyya, a spoken (not written) dialect of
Arabic is the official language of Egypt.
Modern Standard Arabic is the official language, but what's
actually spoken by most Egyptians in every day life is the Egyptian
dialect of colloquial Arabic. The differences between "dialects" of
Arabic can sometimes be so great that it can be hard for a speaker
of one dialect to understand speakers of another dialect. For this
reason, it's best to regard Egyptian Arabic almost as a separate
language in its own right.
The main spoken language in Egypt is Egyptian Arabic aka Masri.
Many Egyptians use English and French in business and education.
The two biggest immigrant groups tend to use both their adopted
language, and their own native languages: Armenian and Greek. Not
all Egyptians are Muslim. Christians use the language of the
Orthodox Church: Coptic.
Most Egyptians speak (Egyptian) Arabic, though its not the native
language of their country as well as other middle eatsern countries
which came as a result of the Arab invasions. Arabic varies widely
among Arabic-speaking countries. So refugees from nearby Sudan
speak Sudanese Arabic. A minority group in the Sinai peninsula
speaks Bedouin Arabic. Other minority languages are Beja, Berber,
and Nubian. There also is a minority that speaks Domari, which is
related to the Romany language of the gypsies. Egyptians involved
in business and education tend to be fluent in English and French.
Egyptian Christians know Coptic, the language of their Orthodox
Church, the original langauge of Egypt but is only used today in
litrugical services (a revival of the langauge is starting to take
place with many theologians learning and copts wanting to keep
their national identiity to dismiss the effect of the "arabization"
process). Many of the immigrant groups within Egypt speak Egyptian
Arabic outside the home, Armenian or Greek and Italian
Some of them do.
they speak egyptianish
by a really awesome person
A small minority of Egyptians still speak French, but the
overwhelming majority of Egyptians speak only Arabic or Arabic and
the most widely spoken language is Egyptian Arabic
Egypt is considered a Francophile country because French, although
not an official language, is highly regarded, taught and spoken.
The best example is perhaps the former Egyptian United Nations
secretary general, Boutros-Boutros who spoke the language
perfectly. I once had an Egyptian as my reviser as an English to
French translator in Ottawa.
Egyptian is the indigenous language of Egypt.
Arabic, Egyptian dialect
The Official language of Egypt is Arabic.
it is German English French and Arabic.
Here are some phrases:
as salum-alaykum = hello
ila-aliqa = goodbye
la afham = I don't understand
asif = sorry
shukran = thank you
al afw = you're welcome
Arabic (Offical) English, French
People in Egypt mostly speak the Egyptian dialect of Arabic.
The language spoken by the majority is Arabic. Some educated
Egyptians speak English or French.
It Was only Hieroglyphics
Egyptian Arabic, English, French, Modern Standard Arabic.
There are a number of languages spoken in [[wiki/Egypt|Egypt]], but
[[wiki/Egyptian Arabic|Egyptian Arabic]] (Maṣri) is by far the most
widely spoken in the country.
Egypt's official language is Arabic
The base language of Egypt is Arabic.
The main language in Egypt is Arabic.
Currently, the Egyptians speak Arabic, unless you're reffering to
Ancient Egypt, I have no idea.
They speak the Egyptian dialect of Arabic.
Ancient Egyptians spoken Egyptian (which probably had a different
name in its time).
Modern Egyptians speak Arabic.
Egyptians speak Egyptian Arabic and Syrian Arabic, they also speak
British English and Parisian French .
After the Arab conquest of Egypt in the 7th century AD, Arabic
became the major language of Egypt. Today a number of dialects are
spoken, with Cairene Arabic being the main language used on
television, in advertising, newspapers and so on. Egyptian Arabic
has been influenced by the older Coptic language, by Turkish,
French, English and Italian.
In the ancient world, the language of Egypt was in turn Archaic
Egyptian, Old Egyptian, Middle Egyptian, Late Egyptian, Demotic and
Coptic (which remained in use up to the 17th century of the modern
era). Archaic Egyptian was being spoken in the area over 5,000
There are a number of languages spoken in http://wiki.friendus.com/wiki/Egypt,
is by far the most widely spoken in the country.
The official language of Egypt is the http://wiki.friendus.com/wiki/Literary_Arabic
and is used in most written media. http://wiki.friendus.com/wiki/Egyptian_Arabic
is the commonly spoken language, and is occasionally written in
are also widely spoken and used in business and educated
Arabic is the official language of Egypt. Many Egyptians also study
English and/or French in school.
It would depend on what time period you're talking about.
Today, however, they speak mostly Arabic (well, their variant).
Coptic is another language used, but almost exclusively in the
context of the Coptic Church, the native Christian church.
Egyptians speak Arabic, but some have chosen to learn English as
Egyptian Arabic is the language spoken in Egypt.
In Egypt, people are known as Egyptians. If the are the folks you
are referring to, they speak Arabic.
they spoke ancient Egyptian in the past but now they speak
Arabic is the official language of Egypt